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Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #30 on: June 22, 2018, 02:04:54 PM »

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He's not an employee yet. No contract, and under no obligation to do pep rallies for the team.

He entered the draft voluntarily. The Celts own his rights. His lack of professionalism could lead to him getting less than the full 120% rookie scale, or lead to his teammates not trusting him.

Obligation or not, he should act like a professional.
Or at least an adult. I wonder if this is why he had to switch agents once? Still early, but we will know a lot more as summer games begin.
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Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #31 on: June 22, 2018, 02:06:46 PM »

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He's not an employee yet. No contract, and under no obligation to do pep rallies for the team.

He entered the draft voluntarily. The Celts own his rights. His lack of professionalism could lead to him getting less than the full 120% rookie scale, or lead to his teammates not trusting him.

Obligation or not, he should act like a professional.
Or at least an adult. I wonder if this is why he had to switch agents once? Still early, but we will know a lot more as summer games begin.
Another fun tidbit from today sports talk radio draft mop-up: Because he didn't go to the combine and switched agents midsummer, teams were struggling to get a hold of his medicals (there was a concern about a knee injury). Seems partly the reason why he slid.
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Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #32 on: June 22, 2018, 02:16:39 PM »

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Rozier looked very cool in his guest shot like a fun loving kid as he punked Ainge

That was actually really stupid by Rozier. Now imagine if Ainge had said something like, "yeah, he's acted like an idiot, but we think we can straighten him out", or something to the like, thinking his conversation was private. Would you still think that was "very cool"?

We dodged a bullet. That could've gone really wrong.

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #33 on: June 22, 2018, 02:28:52 PM »

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Rozier looked very cool in his guest shot like a fun loving kid as he punked Ainge

That was actually really stupid by Rozier. Now imagine if Ainge had said something like, "yeah, he's acted like an idiot, but we think we can straighten him out", or something to the like, thinking his conversation was private. Would you still think that was "very cool"?

We dodged a bullet. That could've gone really wrong.

But it didn't, and Ainge rarely discloses information like that over the phone, especially not along the lines.
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Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #34 on: June 22, 2018, 02:32:55 PM »

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Rozier looked very cool in his guest shot like a fun loving kid as he punked Ainge

That was actually really stupid by Rozier. Now imagine if Ainge had said something like, "yeah, he's acted like an idiot, but we think we can straighten him out", or something to the like, thinking his conversation was private. Would you still think that was "very cool"?

We dodged a bullet. That could've gone really wrong.

But it didn't, and Ainge rarely discloses information like that over the phone, especially not along the lines.
so you don't think Ainge discloses private information during private phone calls? How would you know

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #35 on: June 22, 2018, 02:33:14 PM »

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Rozier looked very cool in his guest shot like a fun loving kid as he punked Ainge

That was actually really stupid by Rozier. Now imagine if Ainge had said something like, "yeah, he's acted like an idiot, but we think we can straighten him out", or something to the like, thinking his conversation was private. Would you still think that was "very cool"?

We dodged a bullet. That could've gone really wrong.

But it didn't, and Ainge rarely discloses information like that over the phone, especially not along the lines.

Huh? How can you possibly know this? Remember the conversation was supposed to be private, so how would you know he "rarely discloses information like that over the phone"?

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #36 on: June 22, 2018, 02:35:31 PM »

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Rozier looked very cool in his guest shot like a fun loving kid as he punked Ainge

That was actually really stupid by Rozier. Now imagine if Ainge had said something like, "yeah, he's acted like an idiot, but we think we can straighten him out", or something to the like, thinking his conversation was private. Would you still think that was "very cool"?

We dodged a bullet. That could've gone really wrong.

But it didn't, and Ainge rarely discloses information like that over the phone, especially not along the lines.
so you don't think Ainge discloses private information during private phone calls? How would you know

My thoughts exactly. If Ainge doesn't disclose PRIVATE information during PRIVATE phone calls then I'd question if he's really 100% human.

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #37 on: June 22, 2018, 02:56:05 PM »

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Rozier looked very cool in his guest shot like a fun loving kid as he punked Ainge

That was actually really stupid by Rozier. Now imagine if Ainge had said something like, "yeah, he's acted like an idiot, but we think we can straighten him out", or something to the like, thinking his conversation was private. Would you still think that was "very cool"?

We dodged a bullet. That could've gone really wrong.

But it didn't, and Ainge rarely discloses information like that over the phone, especially not along the lines.

Huh? How can you possibly know this? Remember the conversation was supposed to be private, so how would you know he "rarely discloses information like that over the phone"?

Private information like that over Facetime? I don't know... Sounds a little unprofessional, and generally I feel like Rozier and Ainge have a mutual understanding that something that serious could be spoken face to face. But you're also guessing on something that didn't happen.
Rozier looked very cool in his guest shot like a fun loving kid as he punked Ainge

That was actually really stupid by Rozier. Now imagine if Ainge had said something like, "yeah, he's acted like an idiot, but we think we can straighten him out", or something to the like, thinking his conversation was private. Would you still think that was "very cool"?

We dodged a bullet. That could've gone really wrong.

But it didn't, and Ainge rarely discloses information like that over the phone, especially not along the lines.
so you don't think Ainge discloses private information during private phone calls? How would you know

My thoughts exactly. If Ainge doesn't disclose PRIVATE information during PRIVATE phone calls then I'd question if he's really 100% human.

Also Ainge isn't human, I think we all know that by now.

Rozier looked very cool in his guest shot like a fun loving kid as he punked Ainge

That was actually really stupid by Rozier. Now imagine if Ainge had said something like, "yeah, he's acted like an idiot, but we think we can straighten him out", or something to the like, thinking his conversation was private. Would you still think that was "very cool"?

We dodged a bullet. That could've gone really wrong.

But it didn't, and Ainge rarely discloses information like that over the phone, especially not along the lines.
so you don't think Ainge discloses private information during private phone calls? How would you know

And how would you know he would disclose such private information over the phone? You don't know either.

You guys are just both overreacting to something that never happened. Jeez. Way to blow smoke out of nothing.
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Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #38 on: June 22, 2018, 03:00:09 PM »

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Time for Mike Silverman and Brandon Grier of AMG to talk to their client.

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #39 on: June 22, 2018, 03:04:19 PM »

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No Harm- No Foul and Rozier did look cool that is a great shirt, expensive with his ripped jeans.
Rozier is a likable guy not really cognizant of possible repercussions.Just a kid that plays ball.
The point was Rozier has come a long way from jumping in pool in a suit and eating spaghetti sandwiches -a lighthearted conversation  with Danny zinging him with "looking for a point guard"
Next we will have "What If Cops"

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #40 on: June 22, 2018, 03:06:40 PM »

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It's not a great start, but I think you also have to leave some room for a kid just needing a little growing up. The Celtics can give him structure. Get him a driver to practices/ games. Brown and Tatum can make friends and teach him new habits.

There's some risk when a kid lacks work ethic, but if he's not out of shape, not committing crimes, not clashing with teammates, not having substance abuse issues, etc... it's also too soon to judge how he'll react to the NBA life.
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Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #41 on: June 22, 2018, 03:07:14 PM »

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No Harm- No Foul and Rozier did look cool that is a great shirt, expensive with his ripped jeans.
Rozier is a likable guy not really cognizant of possible repercussions.Just a kid that plays ball.
The point was Rozier has come a long way from jumping in pool in a suit and eating spaghetti sandwiches -a lighthearted conversation  with Danny zinging him with "looking for a point guard"
Next we will have "What If Cops"

Exactly, the conversation that they both had was very light and playful, with Ainge and his quick jab at Rozier, "I'm going to need to draft a point guard." Relax people lol.
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« Reply #42 on: June 22, 2018, 03:57:55 PM »

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Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #43 on: June 22, 2018, 04:42:10 PM »

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Robert williams overslept

All over espn

http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/23874911/robert-williams-boston-celtics-1st-round-pick-sleeps-call-team
Absolutely do not care.  I missed my last college final.  I've missed telecons due to time zone differences.  Stuff like that happens and it really doesn't matter.  He participated in the call and answered the questions like you'd want him to do. 

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #44 on: June 22, 2018, 04:49:38 PM »

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Robert williams overslept

All over espn

http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/23874911/robert-williams-boston-celtics-1st-round-pick-sleeps-call-team

Hmm, could be a bad start to his image in his professional career. Can't oversleep missing your conference call with your boss!