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Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #60 on: December 26, 2012, 06:42:40 PM »

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  It'd be one thing if he was an athletic, above the rim specimen who would benefit from Rondo's fanaticism with alley-oops and big men who can rim run in transition.

I seen them play together in exhibition of former KY greats and they played well together.   Kenneth Faried and Rondo however, were spectacular.  I know he went to Morehead but he was touring the state with these guys.   Rondo and him really feed off one another and they ran the floor together.

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« Reply #61 on: December 26, 2012, 09:37:33 PM »

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I can believe you guys are so in love with Cousins. The guy is a delinquent.

I'm in love with most 22 yr olds who put up 16 and 10.

Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #62 on: December 26, 2012, 10:47:49 PM »

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I will say again, I loved watching Sully ball yesterday. I wish it was always like that. His game has an underdog charm to it, so much is based on hustle and finesse, but mixed with strong tough smart decisive movements. I don't think he'll ever be an allstar, but he's got a lot of early boozer in him.

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Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #63 on: December 27, 2012, 12:26:13 AM »

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I can believe you guys are so in love with Cousins. The guy is a delinquent.

I'm in love with most 22 yr olds who put up 16 and 10.
the crazy thing is demarcus is probably not even "trying" and putting full effort into it.

Hes easily the best center in the game considering his ceiling is untapped.

Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #64 on: December 27, 2012, 01:04:28 AM »

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I don't even understand how you can botch Sullinger's name. smh

Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #65 on: December 27, 2012, 01:17:04 AM »

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I can believe you guys are so in love with Cousins. The guy is a delinquent.

I'm in love with most 22 yr olds who put up 16 and 10.
the crazy thing is demarcus is probably not even "trying" and putting full effort into it.

Hes easily the best center in the game considering his ceiling is untapped.

He's a heck of a prospect, but I think you're overrating him, and that's from a guy who has spent considerable time defending him.

I'd rather have LaMarcus Aldridge, Al Horford, Anthony Davis, Greg Monroe, or Andrew Bynum, and that's just guys who haven't peaked yet.

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Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #66 on: December 27, 2012, 05:19:08 AM »

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Sacramento lose by 20 to everyone when he's not playing, and they only lose by 10 when he is.

He must be a pretty **** to force their hand into keeping him away from the team.


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Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #67 on: December 27, 2012, 06:26:44 AM »

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I can believe you guys are so in love with Cousins. The guy is a delinquent.

I'm in love with most 22 yr olds who put up 16 and 10.
the crazy thing is demarcus is probably not even "trying" and putting full effort into it.

Hes easily the best center in the game considering his ceiling is untapped.

I hope you mean he has the ceiling of the best center in the game because saying that a center who is currently shooting 41.8 percent from the field and blocking a whooping 0.6 shots a game rates as a better player than Howard, Marc Gasol, Tim Duncan who hasn't been a PF for ages, Noah, Chandler, Petkovic, even Al Jefferson, among other centers, is ridiculous.  Even to say he has that kind of ceiling is ridiculous. 

Sometimes combine numbers are junk like when they say Larry Sanders can't jump or when they say that Monta Ellis is slower running full court than Spencer Hawes and a bevy of other lumbing big men.  Sometimes they show up on the court like when Brandon Roy jumps 40 inches at the combine and then shows the ability time after time to get up and finish effectively at the basket despite appearing to be slow and unathletic.  Another accurate showing: Cousins' 23.5 standing vertical.  That paltry number accurately reflects how little lift and explosiveness Cousins plays with when he can't get a running jump.  It's why he really struggles to finish under the rim or why his postmoves are really ugly.

Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #68 on: December 27, 2012, 06:47:08 AM »

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Cousins is not coming here.  He will cost us Sullinger and Bradley and Melo/picks.  That is gutting our youth and future for a crazy person.  Not happening.

Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #69 on: December 27, 2012, 07:07:55 AM »

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I can believe you guys are so in love with Cousins. The guy is a delinquent.

I'm in love with most 22 yr olds who put up 16 and 10.
the crazy thing is demarcus is probably not even "trying" and putting full effort into it.

Hes easily the best center in the game considering his ceiling is untapped.

I hope you mean he has the ceiling of the best center in the game because saying that a center who is currently shooting 41.8 percent from the field and blocking a whooping 0.6 shots a game rates as a better player than Howard, Marc Gasol, Tim Duncan who hasn't been a PF for ages, Noah, Chandler, Petkovic, even Al Jefferson, among other centers, is ridiculous.  Even to say he has that kind of ceiling is ridiculous. 

Sometimes combine numbers are junk like when they say Larry Sanders can't jump or when they say that Monta Ellis is slower running full court than Spencer Hawes and a bevy of other lumbing big men.  Sometimes they show up on the court like when Brandon Roy jumps 40 inches at the combine and then shows the ability time after time to get up and finish effectively at the basket despite appearing to be slow and unathletic.  Another accurate showing: Cousins' 23.5 standing vertical.  That paltry number accurately reflects how little lift and explosiveness Cousins plays with when he can't get a running jump.  It's why he really struggles to finish under the rim or why his postmoves are really ugly.


Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #70 on: December 27, 2012, 11:20:00 AM »

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I can believe you guys are so in love with Cousins. The guy is a delinquent.

I'm in love with most 22 yr olds who put up 16 and 10.
the crazy thing is demarcus is probably not even "trying" and putting full effort into it.

Hes easily the best center in the game considering his ceiling is untapped.

I hope you mean he has the ceiling of the best center in the game because saying that a center who is currently shooting 41.8 percent from the field and blocking a whooping 0.6 shots a game rates as a better player than Howard, Marc Gasol, Tim Duncan who hasn't been a PF for ages, Noah, Chandler, Petkovic, even Al Jefferson, among other centers, is ridiculous.  Even to say he has that kind of ceiling is ridiculous. 

Sometimes combine numbers are junk like when they say Larry Sanders can't jump or when they say that Monta Ellis is slower running full court than Spencer Hawes and a bevy of other lumbing big men.  Sometimes they show up on the court like when Brandon Roy jumps 40 inches at the combine and then shows the ability time after time to get up and finish effectively at the basket despite appearing to be slow and unathletic.  Another accurate showing: Cousins' 23.5 standing vertical.  That paltry number accurately reflects how little lift and explosiveness Cousins plays with when he can't get a running jump.  It's why he really struggles to finish under the rim or why his postmoves are really ugly.


I'm sorry, given his size and reach, this play is much closer to pedestrian than it is to athletic. I've seen Scal and Glen Davis do the same.
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Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #71 on: December 27, 2012, 01:38:39 PM »

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I can believe you guys are so in love with Cousins. The guy is a delinquent.

I'm in love with most 22 yr olds who put up 16 and 10.
the crazy thing is demarcus is probably not even "trying" and putting full effort into it.

Hes easily the best center in the game considering his ceiling is untapped.

He's a heck of a prospect, but I think you're overrating him, and that's from a guy who has spent considerable time defending him.

I'd rather have LaMarcus Aldridge, Al Horford, Anthony Davis, Greg Monroe, or Andrew Bynum, and that's just guys who haven't peaked yet.

I'm with you on Horford, Davis, and Monroe.

Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #72 on: December 27, 2012, 01:44:15 PM »

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I can believe you guys are so in love with Cousins. The guy is a delinquent.

I'm in love with most 22 yr olds who put up 16 and 10.
the crazy thing is demarcus is probably not even "trying" and putting full effort into it.

Hes easily the best center in the game considering his ceiling is untapped.

He's a heck of a prospect, but I think you're overrating him, and that's from a guy who has spent considerable time defending him.

I'd rather have LaMarcus Aldridge, Al Horford, Anthony Davis, Greg Monroe, or Andrew Bynum, and that's just guys who haven't peaked yet.

I'm with you on Horford, Davis, and Monroe.

I would add Andre Drummond to that list.

Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #73 on: December 27, 2012, 06:25:30 PM »

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I can believe you guys are so in love with Cousins. The guy is a delinquent.

I'm in love with most 22 yr olds who put up 16 and 10.
the crazy thing is demarcus is probably not even "trying" and putting full effort into it.

Hes easily the best center in the game considering his ceiling is untapped.

He's a heck of a prospect, but I think you're overrating him, and that's from a guy who has spent considerable time defending him.

I'd rather have LaMarcus Aldridge, Al Horford, Anthony Davis, Greg Monroe, or Andrew Bynum, and that's just guys who haven't peaked yet.
bynum and monroe over cousins? lol

cousins 18 / 11
monroe   15 / 9

demarcus cousins averages a double double. Andrew bynum doesnt even have knees anymore.

Re: Jeff Green and Jarod Sullinger
« Reply #74 on: December 27, 2012, 07:07:46 PM »

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I can believe you guys are so in love with Cousins. The guy is a delinquent.

I'm in love with most 22 yr olds who put up 16 and 10.
the crazy thing is demarcus is probably not even "trying" and putting full effort into it.

Hes easily the best center in the game considering his ceiling is untapped.

I hope you mean he has the ceiling of the best center in the game because saying that a center who is currently shooting 41.8 percent from the field and blocking a whooping 0.6 shots a game rates as a better player than Howard, Marc Gasol, Tim Duncan who hasn't been a PF for ages, Noah, Chandler, Petkovic, even Al Jefferson, among other centers, is ridiculous.  Even to say he has that kind of ceiling is ridiculous. 

Sometimes combine numbers are junk like when they say Larry Sanders can't jump or when they say that Monta Ellis is slower running full court than Spencer Hawes and a bevy of other lumbing big men.  Sometimes they show up on the court like when Brandon Roy jumps 40 inches at the combine and then shows the ability time after time to get up and finish effectively at the basket despite appearing to be slow and unathletic.  Another accurate showing: Cousins' 23.5 standing vertical.  That paltry number accurately reflects how little lift and explosiveness Cousins plays with when he can't get a running jump.  It's why he really struggles to finish under the rim or why his postmoves are really ugly.


I'm sorry, given his size and reach, this play is much closer to pedestrian than it is to athletic. I've seen Scal and Glen Davis do the same.

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