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This is about the time that someone comes along and posts about how he's not ready for the NBA and would be smart to stay another year, and I get to downvote them and make fun of their naivete and general stupidity.
I say trade him straight up for Oladipo
I thought he only played bad if he's double or tripled teamed?
I hope that softie leaves.
No. This is jtp's doing. He's kept me around for his bizarre HOF resume.
he had a bad game shit happens. just sucks he decided to have his worst game at the same time as everyone else
Can he leave for last years draft?
The only con to leaving early I can think of for him is idiot MD fans on twitter telling him how much of an idiot he is for leaving early even though he 100% made the right decision
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by lazy 14 months ago
I actually just heard he's considering staying.
Its infuriating because he started off well. He wasn't getting anything on offense but he grabbed a couple solid boards, blocked a couple shots, and was moving the ball when he caught it in the post and saw the double team coming. Then he just went to shit.
"I like fixing broken things" - Kevin Plank
He'll definitely suck for 2-3 years in the NBA.
Having said that, his stock has nowhere to go but down. I really feel like the more people see him play, the further his stock will drop. The less he plays, the more they draft on "potential."
let's be honest, he's had a pretty lackluster ACC season save for the Duke game
whether or not he is ready, whether or net he has all the potential in the world, whether or not he has great size, a great wing span and a great mobility for a big man.....some GM is going to make a really bad mistake drafting him because his hands, his heart, and his actual basketball skills do not equal a asuccessful NBA player.... Is it possible that all three of those change....sure, would I bet on it....not a chance
Were teams doubling him so aggressively early on? Last year you didn't really need to. He is just awful at sensing the double and moving the ball. But to be fair - even if he did our guards aren't really capable of exploiting his pass anyway.
He needs Boston market back in his life.
Congratulations! Johnny, tell him what he's won!
Am I allowed to say he should go pro, he's soft as shit and I won't miss him whatsoever?
You're going to miss the shit out of him when you see Dodd getting a lot of run in the ACC next year
This post was edited by lazy 14 months ago
The point of this thing is he'd be an idiot not to go, even though he's obviously not ready.
If he decided to stay, that would be the worst day of my life. And my life has been nothing but horrible days.
A lot of run? Dodd is going to be the 4th big, if that.
Those are the only two teams who don't double him. He has a really tough time when defenders collapse on him.
He actually moved the ball well early. He got off track after Anderson blocked his shot early them he just had brain cramps the rest of the game.
Is there some way we can retroactively make him a GARY'S GUY
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