I absolutely can not think of a worse thing than this.
So if that were the case then I assume that last season you were really against Jarret Jack starting over T.J. Ford and getting major (I mean MAJOR) min.?
Because as you know at the time Ford was makeing more than four times what Jack was making?
I don't think that there is not a large amount of players that is not playing with some kind of injury, whether major or minor. He wasn't specific on just this team to begin with, but I was exploiting that. I knew what his intentions were, to mean just this team. But yeah...
Okay....to continue this "shoe analogy".....I'd suggest that instead of wearing the treads of these expensive running shoes down running at full speed on a treadmil......maybe we should use them differently.......as in use them for a brisk walk on the sidewalk.
Maybe these expensive shoes are better used as walking shoes instead of running shoes.
Ash from Army of Darkness: Good...Bad...I'm the guy with the gun.
This is what happens when you let a guy continue to play on an injury that needs rest.
Next up, Dunleavy's knee. JOB has already said he's going to give him extra minutes if he feels he needs to .... sooo we'll see how long he holds up. This'll be fun .....
-- Steve --
I'm thinking we got some cheap knock offs in the shoe dept.
Maybe the problem is the shoes are brown loafers and the rest of the NBA is a black tuxedo?
Nuntius was right. I was wrong. Frank Vogel has retained his job.
"A player who makes a team great is more valuable than a great player. Losing yourself in the group, for the good of the group, thatís teamwork."
The problem is if the shoes are a beautiful shiny material that everybody thinks looks good because they are always in the closet under the right light, but when you take them out and wear them for awhile they turn out to be really shoddily made so you put them away. Then, when your better shoes get a little dirty or pinch your feet, you convince yourself, "hey, those other shoes were actually fantastic..."
And, of course, you always have the really ugly shoes that don't go with anything and don't wear very well but they are comfortable and you're used to them so you wear them even when your wife makes harsh comments.
At night, the ice weasels come...
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
Or throw in a first-round pick and flip it for a max-level point guard...
He can cheer us on from the bench!
Of course, there were those five days I wore the other shoes, and the hottest girl in school kept saying how she liked them. In fact, we went out a couple times.
But Mom told me to go back to wearing my original shoes. That girl doesn't notice me anymore, but it's not the shoes.
Mom told me so.
"I like our group of people," Ainge told USA Today. "I'm trying to teach them about basketball, and they're trying to teach me about analytics."