Gerald Henderson Update
rx74u2nv Apr 18, 5:37 p.m.
Try to connect the dots... UNC is obviously obsessed with the color of K's hair.
The1 Apr 18, 11:30 a.m.
Sounds like the Lehigh game argument....
kato_karma.01 Apr 18, 11:13 a.m.
Sounds like the Kiwi hair color argument...
rx74u2nv Apr 18, 11:10 a.m.
Sounds like the ACC tournament argument ...
jrj6950 Apr 18, 10:01 a.m.
Yeah, because you guys never argue about anything NBA related.
GoLower Apr 17, 10:37 p.m.
Meh, whatever. Who cares about the NBA?
Worrying over NBA salaries always seemed more of a "dook thing" to me.
Poor, poor millionaires. LOL
903 national champions Apr 17, 9:50 p.m.
Maggette has been battling injuries all year long. If someone's injured, it's hard to expect them to produce.
Here is where MJ built the team around with their 2011-12 salary, with the exception of Maggette who spent most of the season injured.
Boris Diaw $9,000,000
Tyrus Thomas $7,305,785
DeSagana Diop $6,925,400
Matt Carroll $3,900,000
DJ Augustin $3,236,469
Eduardo Najera $2,600,000
Reggie Williams $2,500,000 Kemba Walker $2,356,320 Gerald Henderson $2,250,600
As you can see, Gerald Henderson was the 11th highest paid player on the payroll of the team that MJ assembled. So he's actually one of the best producers per dollar spent on the whole team. Probably one of the reasons why MJ likes him, he's one of the only decisions MJ has made in his career as an executive that actually made sense.
GoLower Apr 17, 9:28 p.m.
No argument from me. Anyone who would put their franchise on the backs of the likes of Hendergoon and Phaggette should have his head examined! LOLROF
Luckily for MJ, most of the world knows him for them 6 "rangs" on his fingers instead of his front office work.
Don't see that changin'.
903 national champions Apr 17, 7:14 p.m.
^but in the category of glass is half full, at least some people will forget how mj made kwame brown the #1 overall pick as gm of the Washington wizards. This is one pathetic executive.
jrj6950 Apr 17, 4:44 p.m.
You have made some dumb comments on here before, but this one takes the cake.
Here is Bill Simmons in an article earlier this week talking about the Bobcats and how awful they are:
"They could win one more game and still set the record (.121), but if they blow their last nine and finish 7-59, that drops them to an unfathomable (and record-setting) .108. Even better, that means Michael Jordan would have direct ties to the best regular-season team ever (the '96 Bulls) and the worst regular-season team ever (the '12 Bobcats). Stay classy, MJ."
"Did I mention that the most homicidally competitive athlete of our lifetime owns this franchise? What the hell? How can Michael Jordan live with himself? And how can we reward this putridity (is that even a word?) by giving them the 'Brow in two months?"
The only thing people will remember about this Bobcats team, is how indept of a basketball owner Michael Jordan is.
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