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Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #75 on: June 23, 2018, 02:47:31 PM »

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He went to his aunt's house to sleep. Yikes, he's a bust!

bad look

Nope.

Biggest night of his life, and he missed some stupid conference call for the media early the next am. It's not like this was a big event that he missed. He made a stupid mistake for a stupid conference call. What were we going to learn from this conference call? How would that information help the Boston Celtics win the championship?

It would be different if it was his first day of actual work. This was a trivial event, and he treated it like it wasn't important. I'd agree with you if the conference call had any impact on anything.

We don't need to analyze every action and try to pull a greater meaning out of it. I'm sure the team is going to focus on time management with young Robert Williams. Until it becomes an actual issue, I'm going to focus on his basketball play.

Okay then, great look.

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #76 on: June 23, 2018, 02:56:50 PM »

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All this will be forgotten the first time he blocks Lebron's shot.

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #77 on: June 23, 2018, 02:59:32 PM »

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He went to his aunt's house to sleep. Yikes, he's a bust!

bad look

Nope.

Biggest night of his life, and he missed some stupid conference call for the media early the next am. It's not like this was a big event that he missed. He made a stupid mistake for a stupid conference call. What were we going to learn from this conference call? How would that information help the Boston Celtics win the championship?

It would be different if it was his first day of actual work. This was a trivial event, and he treated it like it wasn't important. I'd agree with you if the conference call had any impact on anything.

We don't need to analyze every action and try to pull a greater meaning out of it. I'm sure the team is going to focus on time management with young Robert Williams. Until it becomes an actual issue, I'm going to focus on his basketball play.

Okay then, great look.

Yeah, if we canít admit that blowing off your future employer is a bad look,I donít know what we all can possibly agree on.

It was a bad look. It doesnít define him, but donít sugarcoat it.


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Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #78 on: June 23, 2018, 04:40:37 PM »

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We have high expectations from 27th pick.... it is up to him to stay in the league... at first he will be behind Horford baynes theis Morris and Tatum at the rotation... If he learns he plays.. If he falls asleep adios.

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #79 on: June 23, 2018, 05:20:46 PM »

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Most young men that age have maturity issues.   Still I wish we knew more about the team rules thing in the NCAA that got him suspended a few games.
« Last Edit: June 24, 2018, 07:01:27 AM by Celtics4ever »

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #80 on: June 23, 2018, 09:11:56 PM »

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Even more concerning than missing the initial call is that Williamsí comments were barely deciferable when he finally got on the phone.  Whatís up with that?  Doesnít sound good to me.

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #81 on: June 23, 2018, 09:33:37 PM »

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Even more concerning than missing the initial call is that Williamsí comments were barely deciferable when he finally got on the phone.  Whatís up with that?  Doesnít sound good to me.

Whatís the problem with having a bad cell connection?


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Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #82 on: June 23, 2018, 09:35:52 PM »

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Even more concerning than missing the initial call is that Williamsí comments were barely deciferable when he finally got on the phone.  Whatís up with that?  Doesnít sound good to me.

Whatís the problem with having a bad cell connection?
Is that what it was?  I was thinking substance abuse when I read about it.  Glad it was just a connection problem.

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #83 on: June 24, 2018, 12:15:28 AM »

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He went to his aunt's house to sleep. Yikes, he's a bust!

bad look

Nope.

Biggest night of his life, and he missed some stupid conference call for the media early the next am. It's not like this was a big event that he missed. He made a stupid mistake for a stupid conference call. What were we going to learn from this conference call? How would that information help the Boston Celtics win the championship?

It would be different if it was his first day of actual work. This was a trivial event, and he treated it like it wasn't important. I'd agree with you if the conference call had any impact on anything.

We don't need to analyze every action and try to pull a greater meaning out of it. I'm sure the team is going to focus on time management with young Robert Williams. Until it becomes an actual issue, I'm going to focus on his basketball play.

Okay then, great look.

Yeah, if we canít admit that blowing off your future employer is a bad look,I donít know what we all can possibly agree on.

It was a bad look. It doesnít define him, but donít sugarcoat it.

I agree that I'm sugar coating it. I'm trying to ignore a potential negative and adopt a positive image of this young guy before I see him play. Call me a homer. I tend to like to think that there's more good in people than bad. I generally don't agree with cynics/pessimists.

I'm a Robert Williams fan, at least until he gives me a reason not to be one.

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #84 on: June 24, 2018, 04:24:45 AM »

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I agree that I'm sugar coating it. I'm trying to ignore a potential negative and adopt a positive image of this young guy before I see him play. Call me a homer. I tend to like to think that there's more good in people than bad. I generally don't agree with cynics/pessimists.

I'm a Robert Williams fan, at least until he gives me a reason not to be one.

so they way to talk him is to ignore potential flaws and exaggerate on his talents.....

no wonder we see his name next to established stars and (dare i say it??) Bill Russel

Re: maturity issues or medical issues
« Reply #85 on: June 24, 2018, 07:02:36 AM »

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Whatís the problem with having a bad cell connection?

I used to live in a place in the USA that has very poor cell reception and no broadband internet in SE OHIO.   It still does not have things I would imagine LA can be the same way in some parts.