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Old 12-01-2008, 02:20 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Wow.

"Only affects the game by scoring"? Really? So I guess his 11 rebs/gm count for nothing eh? And the weak side blks that he usually gets as well? Would you be happier if he was avging 10 pts, 12 rebs and 3 blks? Would that be better? Of course not! Then you'd be arguing that "Bosh is our franchise player! And he needs to step up and start scoring the ball!"

For the last f***ing time.... KG AND DUNCAN ARE GREAT PLAYERS ON GREAT TEAMS.
What was SA's record when Manu and Parker were out?


How many times did KG get bounced in the first round of the playoffs when he didn't have teammates to help him out?

I guarantee that if JO was 100% and played last night Bosh would've looked MUCH better. The fact of the matter is that he's not a bruising, plodding big... he's a finesse big. And there's nothing wrong with that as long as he has someone else to compliment his play whether that's a great guard or a good C. He isn't going to avg 30 + 15 against every damn team in the whole NBA... esp. the very best ones.

Great teams take you out of what you want to do.... and right now they know that Bosh = our whole damn team (pretty much).
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Old 12-01-2008, 02:25 PM   #42 (permalink)
is tired of all the Jose hating on this forum! sigh...

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Wow.

"Only affects the game by scoring"? Really? So I guess his 11 rebs/gm count for nothing eh? And the weak side blks that he usually gets as well? Would you be happier if he was avging 10 pts, 12 rebs and 3 blks? Would that be better? Of course not! Then you'd be arguing that "Bosh is our franchise player! And he needs to step up and start scoring the ball!"

For the last f***ing time.... KG AND DUNCAN ARE GREAT PLAYERS ON GREAT TEAMS.

What was SA's record when Manu and Parker were out?

How many times did KG get bounced in the first round of the playoffs when he didn't have teammates to help him out?

I guarantee that if JO was 100% and played last night Bosh would've looked MUCH better. The fact of the matter is that he's not a bruising, plodding big... he's a finesse big. And there's nothing wrong with that as long as he has someone else to compliment his play whether that's a great guard or a good C. He isn't going to avg 30 + 15 against every damn team in the whole NBA... esp. the very best ones.

Great teams take you out of what you want to do.... and right now they know that Bosh = our whole damn team (pretty much).
i saw a Raptors team that needed one more big man last night to attend to the interior where we were raped all night. AB had a great game with 4 or 5 blocks and looked very solid doing so, but he is not a pounder either. JO was brought in to do that and does so!
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Old 12-01-2008, 05:02 PM   #43 (permalink)
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no defensive schemes prevent you from defending well and grabbing defensive rebounds. In a game lost probably because of the number of offensive rebounds we gave, Bosh was a major dissapointment. He had just as many rebounds as Calderon, didn't have a single block, had just one steal and was dominated by whoever he was defending. He had the worst +/- on the team by a huge margin, despite playing the same number of minutes as Bargnani for example, and it's not like Bargnani was lighting it up or anything.

Last night he was BAD - stop blaming it on the opposing defense, refs, teammates, elevators or anything else. He is allowed to have a bad game, it's unfortunate that most of his bad games came when he has a bad offensive night (great players always contribute even when their offense is not clicking), let's hope he will make up for it when we play Denver tomorrow.
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Old 12-01-2008, 05:23 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Okay... I only watched the first half and judging by that the Raps didn't play well. hey actually came out of the gates well started running up and down the court, which you wouldn't imagine knowing the Caldy was at the point during that time. Bosh was the only thing that made me made. He had to step up, he sould went at the other bigs knowing that they couldn't keep up with him. After this game I am disapointed at Bosh but I am happy with AP's and AB's performances
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