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Re: Will Bynum punches Tyler Hansbrough
« Reply #30 on: February 24, 2013, 08:01:11 PM »

Offline bucknersrevenge

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Punk play.  Down by 20 so you cheap shot someone?  Try playing better.  Should get a 20 game suspension.

So Rondo should have for a 20 game suspension for pushing Kris? Sigh.

Tyler is a pretty cheap kid. I don't like his style. KGesque.

Exactly. I'm assuming anyone that doesn't like Hansborough probably hates KG because Tyler plays with that same intensity. Toes that same line between aggressive and out of line. I'd take Hansborough on my team ANY day of the week and twice on Sunday.

I have to disagree here. It's a very different kind of intensity. KG plays to win, and he does whatever he can do to win, including getting inside players' heads to get them off their game.

Psycho T, on the other hand, is a punk. The best example I can give of this is the C's-Pacers game at the Garden this January. The Pacers were down 10-20 or so, but Tyler was throwing down two-handed dunks and hanging on the rim for a few extra seconds. It was a classless move and it's stuff like that that's made him so disliked.

So they may both be hated, but one is hated because he's good at what he does and the other is hated because he thinks he's hot stuff.

LOL Are you kidding me? That's ridiculous! How dare Tyler Hansborough dunk the ball while down 10 points. That's crazy. He should shoot jumpers only or try finger rolls. THIS is the best example?? Sorry. I like guys who play hard regardless of whether they're up 10 or down 10 and that kid plays hard. To me he's the power forward equivalent of AB. His relentlessness drives opponents crazy. And the kid's a winner. Won in college. Smart player. Never quits.

And as for KG, I love KG but ask Channing Frye or Alvin Gentry what they think of Kevin Garnett. Or Joakim Noah or Charlie Villanueva. I guarantee none of them have an issue with him because he's a good player. They all think he goes over that line too much. Take off your green-colored glasses for a minute.
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Re: Will Bynum punches Tyler Hansbrough
« Reply #31 on: February 24, 2013, 08:03:02 PM »

Offline bucknersrevenge

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Punk play.  Down by 20 so you cheap shot someone?  Try playing better.  Should get a 20 game suspension.

So Rondo should have for a 20 game suspension for pushing Kris? Sigh.

Tyler is a pretty cheap kid. I don't like his style. KGesque.

Exactly. I'm assuming anyone that doesn't like Hansborough probably hates KG because Tyler plays with that same intensity. Toes that same line between aggressive and out of line. I'd take Hansborough on my team ANY day of the week and twice on Sunday.

I have to disagree here. It's a very different kind of intensity. KG plays to win, and he does whatever he can do to win, including getting inside players' heads to get them off their game.

Psycho T, on the other hand, is a punk. The best example I can give of this is the C's-Pacers game at the Garden this January. The Pacers were down 10-20 or so, but Tyler was throwing down two-handed dunks and hanging on the rim for a few extra seconds. It was a classless move and it's stuff like that that's made him so disliked.

So they may both be hated, but one is hated because he's good at what he does and the other is hated because he thinks he's hot stuff.

This. Psycho-T's one move is standing behind the opposition guy on rebounds, shoving him hard in the back and then grabbing the rebound. He is truly terrible.

Really terrible. And how dare he set a pick on poor Will Bynum there. I mean, what was he thinking trying to play basketball. Completely offensive. Next time He should be dropkicked.
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Re: Will Bynum punches Tyler Hansbrough
« Reply #32 on: February 27, 2013, 04:43:36 AM »

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If you're gonna punch someone, make it worth it Will Bynum.

Yeah, would have been better if it had been a below-the-belt nut-shot.  That's what I would in his place.

Completely off-topic, but I had a daydream after watching the video that started with that same thought.

Then, it kind of spiraled, I'd recently read this article featuring what it was like for Craigh Elho to guard MJ, and I'd recently watched this movie about a fictional portrayal of the life of a hockey fighter. Both, by the way, are excellent, and worth watching/reading.

So I made up a little internet comedy short in my head. It starts with testimony from coaches, experts, former players, etc on how hard it is to guard LeBron James. Stuff like, "First, he can get his shot off on anyone. He's either faster, stronger, or taller than anyone in the league who would realistically be guarding him.." and other things of that ilk.

Then, the narrator starts talking about the one man who could guard LeBron James, and starts listing stats like, against Scrotey McBoogerballs, LeBron James shot a career of just 39% from the field, a career worst against any player, or team. He wasn't the fastest guy, he wasn't the smartest guy (now, they show a picture of a goofy looking white guy, with Horace Grant googles, headband, too-tight jersey obviously hiding a paunch). "He was arguably the least athletic guy in the entire league," someone, maybe Phil Jackson or Greg Popovich, would say.

"So why," the narrator would ask, "was he so effective? We went to find out."

(Cut to Scrotey McBoogerballs, in a diner, fatter than in his playing days, smoking a cigarette and eating a doughnut)

"How'd I do it?" he'd ask, "Easy. Nut-taps. Cup-checks. Sack-shots. Whatever you want to call them, everytime LeBron would shoot, I'd get him in the wedding tackle."

Now, show a series of highlights, that only show the players from the stomach area-up, LeBron in the midst of shooting, grimace of pain on his face, Scrotey with one hand in the air to seemingly challenge the shot, one hand off-screen. They'd pan down to an obvious nut-shot.

That's about as far as I got with the day dream. Your move, Funny or Die.

Hilarious. Love it. Haven't heard wedding tackle before. Props to you, sir.
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Re: Will Bynum punches Tyler Hansbrough
« Reply #33 on: February 27, 2013, 04:51:20 AM »

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My pic is now, and will be Fab Melo until he posts his first official NBA dbl-dbl. This may be permanent.

Oh dear....


how much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck was chris bosh?

Re: Will Bynum punches Tyler Hansbrough
« Reply #34 on: February 27, 2013, 05:06:22 AM »

Offline Smutzy#9

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Just frustration that he's on a team thats going nowhere in 10 years

A front court of Monroe, Drummond in 3 years is gonna be ****ing scary

Re: Will Bynum punches Tyler Hansbrough
« Reply #35 on: February 27, 2013, 07:26:18 AM »

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It was an act job folks, that was not a powerful punch, the solar plexus area can stun people if hit just right but this was a joke of a punch.

 

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