#651

Re: 2017/2018 NBA Season - Jayhawks

PhDhawk wrote:

We'll revisit this when he's averaging 9 ppg coming off the bench for the Celtics.

IT recently proved how important being in the right situation is for someone. Booker is in the right situation right now.

Bringing the dumb.

That's how the Celtics got so good! By signing guys who will be max players so they can be on the bench. Lol.

You're on 1 today.

#652

Re: 2017/2018 NBA Season - Jayhawks

That's a bad example. IT put up points on bad teams and good teams (SAC and BOS--polar opposite franchises)--his best numbers, no surprise, being at the peak of his athletic career.

Anyone that thought he'd come in and average 25 off of a major hip injury on the downslope of his career is foolish.




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#653

Re: 2017/2018 NBA Season - Jayhawks

Illinoisjayhawk wrote:
PhDhawk wrote:

We'll revisit this when he's averaging 9 ppg coming off the bench for the Celtics.

IT recently proved how important being in the right situation is for someone. Booker is in the right situation right now.

Bringing the dumb.

That's how the Celtics got so good! By signing guys who will be max players so they can be on the bench. Lol.

You're on 1 today.

If he's smart he'll sign a max contract to stay in Phoenix.

Boston was just the example of a good team, don't take it so LITERALLY.




Sit down, be humble.

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#654

Re: 2017/2018 NBA Season - Jayhawks

CrimsonNBlue wrote:

That's a bad example. IT put up points on bad teams and good teams (SAC and BOS--polar opposite franchises)--his best numbers, no surprise, being at the peak of his athletic career.

Anyone that thought he'd come in and average 25 off of a major hip injury on the downslope of his career is foolish.

If he teams up with some good players to form a super group, he'll be the Chris Bosh.




Sit down, be humble.

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#655

Re: 2017/2018 NBA Season - Jayhawks

Illinoisjayhawk wrote:
CrimsonNBlue wrote:
PhDhawk wrote:

If he becomes a FA and signs with a good team, his numbers will plummet. Not just drop modestly, they'll fall off a cliff.

I just don't see it. There are very few better scoring off-guards.  21 years old.

Doesn't matter. Went to UK.

AD. Booogie. They all suck. According to the guy who won't watch games because of hairstyles.

Finally something we agree on.




Sit down, be humble.

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#656

Re: 2017/2018 NBA Season - Jayhawks

PhDhawk wrote:
CrimsonNBlue wrote:

That's a bad example. IT put up points on bad teams and good teams (SAC and BOS--polar opposite franchises)--his best numbers, no surprise, being at the peak of his athletic career.

Anyone that thought he'd come in and average 25 off of a major hip injury on the downslope of his career is foolish.

If he teams up with some good players to form a super group, he'll be the Chris Bosh.

Where did I say he was Dwyane Wade or LeBron James?

I just think he'll prove to be better than, say, Tyreke Evans or even Rudy Gay.




"...in my opinion, the most prestigious chair in all of college basketball." -Bill Self

#657

Re: 2017/2018 NBA Season - Jayhawks

Why are some KU fans so insecure about UK?

#658

Re: 2017/2018 NBA Season - Jayhawks

Did KU fans hate UK before Calipari?

#659

Re: 2017/2018 NBA Season - Jayhawks

Shut up illy.




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#660

Re: 2017/2018 NBA Season - Jayhawks

Illinoisjayhawk wrote:

Did KU fans hate UK before Calipari?

I didn't.
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