Miles Plumlee Update
still heelman1973 Nov 8, 4:35 p.m.
What's called reality? The fact that all were first-rounders? I thought so.
Or, are you claiming that a #13 pick is automatically supposed to be a guaranteed star just because he falls in the "lottery" group, while a #21 pick is allowed to skate by riding the pines because he's picked soooooooooo much later than a lottery pick? That's what your bu**-buddy seems to be claiming.
still heelman1973 Nov 8, 4:29 p.m.
Can't tell the clowns apart without a scorecard.
Where do you see anger? I merely asked a question. Apparently it does anger you to have someone ask a question you have no answer for.
Where do you see claims of a "gotcha". You must feel like you were "gotten" to bring it up, though.
randythorntonv3 Nov 8, 4:23 p.m.
Actually it is called reality. A word that you seem to be very unfamiliar with.
randythorntonv3 Nov 8, 4:22 p.m.
Sorry, I never said that about Hansbrough. Way to lump everyone into one group.
And how do you know he will have a much longer and productive career than Nolan?
And, really have no idea why you are so angry. I think you think you "got me" somehow.
Well, you didnt.
still heelman1973 Nov 8, 4:15 p.m.
So, all first rounders then?
Or to translate: "We dookies just like to talk out of both sides of our mouth".
kissmyazzunc Nov 8, 3:59 p.m.
You got me all wrong friend.I WISH HE HAD BROKE IS DAMM NECK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
903 mens national championships Nov 8, 3:58 p.m.
Lottery pick vs late 1st rounder vs late 1st rounder
kato_karma.v3 Nov 8, 3:50 p.m.
The point being that 903 dookie homer and handy randy like to play it both ways.
still heelman1973 Nov 8, 3:40 p.m.
But, but.... you clowns told us that Hansbrough would be a bust if he didn't immediately become a star. Never mind that he'll have a much longer and more productive NBA career than Smith. And, if a 4-year player can't do it, why should a 2-year player be expected to?
So, which is it? Are 4-year players who get a degree and a NC ring automatically supposed to be NBA stars, or can they just be average players in the league of 360 who will make a good enough living for enough years to see them through their lifetime?
Oh, and change "seen" to "written" in your last sentence, and you nailed it.
randythorntonv3 Nov 8, 3:27 p.m.
Sorry, but not all college players that play 4 years and get a degree automatically become NBA starters and/or stars.
News flash, maybe he doesnt have the game for the NBA. How many college starters go on to NBA stardome. There are only around 360 NBA jobs and there are 300+ colleges in D1 that play hoops. Law of averages or are you an AFAM grad and have no clue about what I am talking.
That is about as stupid a statement as I have seen from you. And I have seen some pretty stupid statements.
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