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Fröz-d 11-03-2013 09:27 PM

Silly Banana
 
theScore :jack:


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Fröz-d 11-03-2013 09:28 PM

Sorry, I'm new at this.

Is the link above alright? or is there a better way to do it ...

jeffb 11-03-2013 09:32 PM

:tv_happy:

LOG 11-03-2013 09:35 PM

Works just fine, welcome to RF

N64 11-03-2013 09:35 PM

also noticed the Wolves scored 40 points in the first quarter

dat knicks defense

Beans 11-03-2013 09:46 PM

Poor Bargs. Thank God I don't have to watch him anymore.

Fröz-d 11-03-2013 10:58 PM

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Originally Posted by LOG (Post 826736)
Works just fine, welcome to RF

Thanks bud.

Fröz-d 11-03-2013 11:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Beans (Post 826740)
Poor Bargs. Thank God I don't have to watch him anymore.

He's looking real bad in a Knicks uniform.
I'm pretty sure the guy has psychological issues; he might be the softest NBA player I have ever seen mentally and physically.

It's only a matter of time before he is playing in Europe. :cheers2:

Beans 11-03-2013 11:22 PM

The Metta World Peace comments about "Mr Softee" kind of made me laugh

Quote of the Day: Metta World Peace loves Mr. Softee ice cream (not players) | ProBasketballTalk

andris213 11-03-2013 11:46 PM

i never even knew this on the bottom of the article it says world peace said TH reminds him of Matt Harpring

box92 11-04-2013 02:10 AM

If you look at that play, it was really a pass to melo.

ZanTheMan 11-04-2013 03:09 AM

Dude actually had a decent game with 6-10 shooting.
Haters be hatin'....

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DonMughal 11-04-2013 03:19 AM

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Originally Posted by ZanTheMan (Post 826793)
Dude actually had a decent game with 6-10 shooting.
Haters be hatin'....

:cookie:

I bet the 4 shots he missed were threes.



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rapsmannn 11-04-2013 04:23 AM

bargnani still looks like he is to big, either he doesn't want to drop his weight or he actually thinks his playing weight is about right

problem with the raptors and our previous regime was that they wanted to make bargs a center instead of pf in his natural position, this lead to him trying to get bigger which lead to his lack of speed and diminished skills, watch that summer league video and you can't even believe bargs could move like that, he was even blocking well

he was better in year 1 then he was in any other year, he could do much more and was actually a better rebounder in the euro league which usually transfers over well

whatever though not the raptors problem but lets hope they focus on developing players the right way under masai

honestly that stretch bargs had couple years back to start the season he was incredible with phoenix and Utah back to back, bargs got injured that game cost him that season and looks to be the injury that is going to cost his career, guy lost his mobility with that calf injury

bargs deserves a lot of the blame how his career went but honestly bc deserves the same amount of blame for drafting a pf when we had chris bosh on the team

Fröz-d 11-04-2013 11:38 AM

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Originally Posted by rapsmannn (Post 826795)
bargnani still looks like he is to big, either he doesn't want to drop his weight or he actually thinks his playing weight is about right

problem with the raptors and our previous regime was that they wanted to make bargs a center instead of pf in his natural position, this lead to him trying to get bigger which lead to his lack of speed and diminished skills, watch that summer league video and you can't even believe bargs could move like that, he was even blocking well

he was better in year 1 then he was in any other year, he could do much more and was actually a better rebounder in the euro league which usually transfers over well

whatever though not the raptors problem but lets hope they focus on developing players the right way under masai

honestly that stretch bargs had couple years back to start the season he was incredible with phoenix and Utah back to back, bargs got injured that game cost him that season and looks to be the injury that is going to cost his career, guy lost his mobility with that calf injury

bargs deserves a lot of the blame how his career went but honestly bc deserves the same amount of blame for drafting a pf when we had chris bosh on the team

I totally agree with you. I LURVED banana the first few years he was here. I was a strong defender of the banana and thought he just needed a few years in the NBA to adjust to the lifestyle and culture. But instead, I watched a grown man wither and wilt away until eventually he became a shell of his former self. I put it 50/50 on bargs and b.c.
SADLY, I was a strong BC supporter. (boy do I feel stupid now) I truly thought we was the man for the job. I LOVED what he did in Phoenix with the Suns and I thought that would be a perfect fit in Toronto. Even if we didn't win, I figured it would be fun basketball to watch and the city would get into it. Instead, what we saw was the son of a prominent and legendary GM trying over and over to have instant success vs. earning it over the long term with smart investments and intelligent management.

The final straw was taking T.Ross over Drummond. I mean, I like ross, he's a nice player but Drummond is a game changer. He is a MONSTER!
HOW do you give up a shot at a guy who was projected to go #1 not that long before to take a looong shot on some unknown shooting guard?! SO STUPID. Another daddy's boy move, trying to "prove" how smart and genius he is. Grrr. Sorry, ranting now.

So yeah, half the blame is on that moron B.C. who helped turn bargs into a useless soft banana. I am so thankful we have a professional and competent GM now! :mu:

LX 11-04-2013 12:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Fröz-d (Post 826732)
Sorry, I'm new at this.

Is the link above alright? or is there a better way to do it ...

I just noticed that you posted it in the wrong section, although it's understandable as it feels a bit like he's still a raptor, painfully.

I moved the thread to the nba section.

Enjoyed the post - welcome!

creative1mm 11-04-2013 12:56 PM

well.. in all fairness, he did get bumped while he was driving base line.. and that is what caused him to lose the ball

Rudy-T 11-04-2013 03:50 PM

I watched the game. That was far from the worst performances of Knicks in the game. The end of first Q they were just handing the ball to Minnesota each possession and let them run fast breaks. It didnt even look like Minnesota was playing great D, just that NY was so bad.

Bargs was actually at least somewhat positive in the game. And even in that video, he is trying to do the right thing and go to the rim. He got bumped and lost the ball. But in the end resulted in Knicks bucket because the defenders were concentrating on AB and no one was boxing out Anthony.

I guess people just like to hate.

creative1mm 11-04-2013 03:56 PM

Well the sucky thing for the Knicks is that they are starting to look like the old Atlanta hawks that had Joe Johnson and Josh Smith, and same coach in Mike Woodson..

does that dude even coach or does he just make facial expressions

Thug 11-06-2013 01:53 PM

Knicks fans not having fun with Andrea so far

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Bargnani is a useless POS. He was a useless POS in Toronto for 7 years and he's a useless POS here. You can tell the other guys are getting fed up and are even ignoring him on the floor now. Everytime someone posts a hopeful message about Bargs, you just gotta laugh. He's always been this way, you can't hope him into being a useful player.


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