Shoots well but doesn't do anything else. Shoots poorly and grabs 8 boards with a block and didn't shoot well enough.
I also would have played ed but i'm not the coach. I understand he wants his starters to learn to win and all but also playing for a victory after 3 tough losses would be a better morale booster than hoping bargs ahoots out of it.
But poor bargs just can't win in a lot of eyes. Reading on prosports daily that la is looking to move pau and hope there is some interest on our side too.
#freebargs....is that how it works? I don't have twitter and not sure if that's right. Just trying to keep up with the kids.
Consistency is key!
Don't be a Bargnani!
Don't wait for a bad game to send the tweets!
Bargnani is reliably unreliable!
You know....Colangelo's camp has been awfully quiet since the season started (has he done one radio/TV interview?). I wonder/hope if he's working on something big....
Maybe even BC has run out of ways to change the topic when people point out that Bargnani is the least efficient player in the entire association.
The key to being a good traveling snake oil salesman is to keep moving before the lies catch up to you.
Could somebody make my rage stop?
Only the Raptors.Quote:
A day after the heartbreaking loss — a two-word term that, at this point, should probably just be renamed “a Raptor” — Casey seemed genuinely conflicted about the decision he ultimately made. On one hand, he recognized that sticking with Bargnani, thus dooming his team to a large quantity of missed shots, might have cost his team the game.
However, the main reason that Bargnani stayed on the floor was the thing that can often work to keep him off of it: Bargnani was playing stellar, or at least better-than-normal, defence.
“That’s my point exactly,” Casey said. “He had length on Duncan. It bothered him to a certain extent. [Jonas Valanciunas] is learning to guard that position. Duncan has too many tricks for a rookie. JV, it was a good experience for him when he was on him. But Andrea did an excellent job of using his length and not getting tricked in the post.”
In other words: Casey has repeatedly gotten on Bargnani privately for his defensive effort. If he pulled Bargnani in a game in which he was giving an honest effort on the other end of the floor, it would have been the equivalent of a mixed message. If the biggest concern with Bargnani is his defensive inconsistency, then good behaviour must be rewarded.
So if I understand correctly, we are rewarding a guy who already gets plenty of minutes for actually trying. This guy of course happens to be a 7th year pro and 27 years of age. Well, I've read it all now.
Accountability - selectively distributed. That in and of itself doesn't lead to mixed messages?
Bargnani defense is 'stellar' (because it wasn't complete garbage) so he gets rewarded. Ed Davis' play as a whole was stellar and he doesn't.
This teams focus on Andrea Bargnani is just a crock. We know what he is - an unreliable jump shooting big man who rebounds extremely poorly.
Why can't this team accept that and get on with things?
can we add #fireBC?
Don't think I've ever seen the Republic so unified before. Is the trade bargnani campain on Facebook as well? The more public pressure BC faces the better.
For a second I was thinking we shouldnt pressure BC to making a bad trade.
But seeing what we got for Bosh and Carter, any return is a GREAT trade.