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Got 2 seats in section 121 row F behind the visitor's bench for Friday's game. Welcome home Greivis! Who else is going?
This post was edited by Ghoul 13 months ago
Another ho-hum double-double.
"It's just so hard," Greivis said. "It's my heart, my love. Maryland made me who I am."
He'll never win MIP. He's a stat hog who's killing his team.
Nice article in the Post today about the General. I love the ending:
And Vasquez is grateful that Williams was willing to take a chance on him.
“Something about coaches with the last name Williams,” Vasquez said, flashing a huge grin.
Former All-Met and Maryland star Greivis Vasquez has the reins of the New Orleans offense and isnt letting go.
Greivis doing work tonight, good to see
He needs to close out and get the Pelicans a win
I think it's kind of unrespectful- Ovie
down 1 15 sec....
GV not starting tonite hasn't played entire first half
Is he injured?
he is being held out of this game
sure to be fodder for his "fans"!
Just " a nite off" type thing?
Gotta rest him up if he's gonna single-handedly end Miami's streak on Friday.
eamhokie94: Is your name Nazi in pig Latin?
sore ankle, supposedly
Yikes Roberts 13 pts 18 assts 5 reb 1 stl 3 to
a few paragraphs about gv sort of buried in here
While fans are looking forward to the unpredictability of this weekend's Final Four, NBA executives are dreading the next phase of the college season.
Chad Ford was on BS Report this week and said Austin Rivers had the worst statistical season of any player in NBA history.
It's bad enough he's ruining the offense, but now that selfish gringo PG is ruining his teammates' careers? When will the madness end?
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
At least he acknowledged that GV was a solid point in his initial mock draft... while projecting the Hornets to take Trey Burke.
It is the business walk of the biggest, baddest bear in the national park happening upon an abandoned picnic.
Greivis has now played in 214 NBA games, 15th most games played by any drafted Terp. Very solid for a guy that has only been in the league 3 years and wasn't a top 15 pick. He's only 14 games away from the #14 spot held by Ben Coleman (6 year NBA career). After that he's got quite a few games before he can catch our next player...Juan Dixon has 436 at #13.
Simmons had him number 50 in his annual trade value column. Pretty impressive for a guy who's borderline top 30 all time at MD.
50. Greivis Vasquez
Whoops, too late for Vasquez and the Grizzlies! A short list of Vasquez's accomplishments in the last eight months: won the undisputed "best Venezuelan basketball player ever" title (supplanting the immortal Oscar Torres); finished second for the assists title and dished out the most assists (704); won my vote for Most Improved Player; turned "Pondexter straight up for Vasquez" into one of the sneakier one-sided NBA trades of the 21st century; served as a decoy/distraction for that ghastly Austin Rivers pick and replaced Dwyane Wade as the quality NBA player with the most frequently misspelled name.
After a necessary delay, it's time for Bill Simmons's annual ranking of the NBA's top 50 most valuable assets.
This post was edited by thesieve 12 months ago
greivis vasquez doing his thing...check out our other videos!
How come in every other sport you go by the total number of a stat to determine who leads the league in something but in basketball you go by averages? In my (biased) book GV led the league in assists.
This post was edited by b1210k 12 months ago
Greivis (13 first-place votes, 146 total) finished second for Most Improved Player.
Indiana's Paul George won with 52 of the 120 first-place votes and 311 overall.
Indiana forward Paul George was honored Tuesday as the NBA's Most Improved Player.
It was a great season for the General. Huevos!
Biased as I am, can't argue with George being selected. GV lives on exceeding everyone's expectations, and I'm hopeful he will continue to do so.
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