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Old 05-01-2014, 01:30 PM   #822 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by bjjs View Post
From where I was sitting, there were so many plays that were just inexcusable in the 4th that I have a hard time blaming Casey or Demar.

Out of a timeout, nobody picks up Teletovic. They didn't even run a play, three point swish.

Amir casually throwing a bouncepass to Grievis which is easily picked off for the easy bucket in transition.

Lowry making that horrible play on the sideline across from the benches, I can't even remember what he was doing; turnover leading to two points.

And give some credit to Brooklyn for shot-making. They hit some tough ones. It was bad quarter by the entire team. One player can't be responsible for a 40 point quarter.

There was so much bad offense that led to easy buckets for the Nets. And as bad as Demar might have been in the 4th, he's just unbelievably clutch from the line.

His team just gave up a 25 point fourth quarter lead, and he calmly steps to the line and knocks down 4 free throws.

Clutch.
NOT AN ATTEMPT TO GO INTO A DEMAR DISCUSSION

however,

I have a hard time calling someone clutch at free throw shootiing

but then again I get disgusted seeing any freethrow percentage below at the least an 80%.

That is the one thing a million dollar athlete should be good at.

Pro Golfer and 3-5 fotters
Soccer players and free kicks
Baseball players and making a routing catch on a pop fly

Its one of the easiest shots in the game and it should always be a simply thing to make. Its muscle memory.

I am not clutch at doing year ends, or tax returns.

Last night was deadline, I had to returns left, but I calmly clicked my mouse and Bam, mother fuckers were on time.
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