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Maybe I'm just tired this morning, or maybe I'm always this pissy...not sure, but please take my last post with a grain of salt.
The point I was trying to make, not so eloquently, was that it seems every time I (and it is usually me) make a statement about Tinsley and his lack of enthusiasm on the bench, there is always a barrage of barbs making fun of that point of view. If those comments (in whatever thread they may appear, not trying to single you out, MR) are meant for me, know that I try not to lay on that kind of derision, no matter how much I may disagree with a certain point of view. All that kind of stuff does is increase negativity and discourage me from stating an opinion at all. Not speaking for anyone else here, but for me, it gets really old.
I honestly feel like that is the case with Tinsley. By now, my position on Tinsley should be well known, so I'll stop stating it.
Sorry to hijack the thread with my own whiney ramblings, but I had to clear my chest, and the air around here.
Thanks for getting a shot of me, MR. How did you recognize me? I guess I have posted a photo or two of myself here before; maybe that was it...
No hard feelings on this end, and hopefully I didn't offend anyone beyond repair...
I know you guys are joking abiout AJ. I get upset when I see players not being part of the team and that means being part of the team huddles. But I always give a pass to those players who play a ton of minutes and need as much rest as they can get. On occassion J.O will do the same thing and that is fine by me. And in this case AJ was gased, so if sitting on the bench helped him have the energy to play as well as he did than he can sit udner the bench if he wants.