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Old 03-03-2008, 12:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Primo's Intensity: Good or Bad for team?

I kind of already alluded to this in the other Brezec thread, but would you guys like to see more Raptor players with the same intensity as Primo or do you think Primo's laying it on a little thick right now?

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Originally Posted by Michael Grange
Brezec is a bit of a cartoon, with his Indiana-learned hip-hop stylings, and his Bizarro-world commitment to speaking exactly what’s on his mind, but you know what? He’s got the right idea. He checked in the game and drew a foul on his first touch. He hit an ill-advised but welcome fallaway jumper. Defensively he knocked a cutting Matt Carroll five feet one moment and switched on to Earl Boykins and chased him until he stepped out of bounds and he just kind of generally raised the temperature of the contest as he kind of got into it with Nazr Mohammed a little bit. Yes he picked up four fouls in four minutes. But the guy is a firecracker, if a little bit light weight.
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