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  • #2
    mental masturbation? bahahaha
    If Your Uncle Jack Helped You Off An Elephant, Would You Help Your Uncle Jack Off An Elephant?

    Sometimes, I like to buy a book on CD and listen to it, while reading music.

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    • #3
      Ben?, Tom?, Nobody?,

      Huh?

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      • #4
        In all seriousness, I agree with your point because he doesn't really seem to hold himself accountable for his turnovers/bad jumpers although his passing seems to have gotten better because he only drives on like 10% of his possessions.

        It's like if he blames himself for some of our losses, his value in the free agent market will decrease.

        Oh well, I am hoping we get a legitimate, heavy center(Perkins/Nene type of guy) in a S&T or something else, so Bargnani can play along side him at his natural PF position.

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        • #5
          playmak3r5 wrote: View Post
          In all seriousness, I agree with your point because he doesn't really seem to hold himself accountable for his turnovers/bad jumpers although his passing seems to have gotten better because he only drives on like 10% of his possessions.

          It's like if he blames himself for some of our losses, his value in the free agent market will decrease.

          Oh well, I am hoping we get a legitimate, heavy center(Perkins/Nene type of guy) in a S&T or something else, so Bargnani can play along side him at his natural PF position.
          I don't really get "Bargnani playing his natural PF position"

          every game he plays he goes to the arc (offensively) as a center so ... going to his natural PF position he will still be in the arc..so whats the difference?

          He probably defend other PFs instead of centers right?

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          • #6
            It's the 6th year in a row that fans are wanting him to "take it to the *&^%*ing hole" and this year he was finally doing it; I think the guy deserves a break for his performance against Denver, because without him we're bottom three in the East.

            I still think he's far from the problem and part of the solution.

            I can buy your theory about somebody getting in his ear and changing his take on free agency.

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            • #7
              Yeah he was finally taking it to the hole this season. But the key term there is "was." These past weeks since his return he hasn't done it as consistently and decisively as before.

              I remember reading about the summer him and Jay talked about what area of his game he needed to improve on, and one of the things mentioned was about how the ball tended to "stick" on him on offense. We have seen great improvement this season, but the past weeks seem like a regression to old ways. He seems to lack the determination to dominate that he had pre-injury.

              I should say pre-injury instead of pre-allstar because that game against Memphis, he was his usual self, until he got injured during the game.

              We need him to be his dominant self to be successful because, people are right, without him we just plain out suck. However, where does half a Bosh put us?

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              • #8
                anyone have the solution to unfreeze liquid nitrogen ?

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                • #9
                  Arsenalist wrote: View Post
                  It's the 6th year in a row that fans are wanting him to "take it to the *&^%*ing hole" and this year he was finally doing it; I think the guy deserves a break for his performance against Denver, because without him we're bottom three in the East.

                  I still think he's far from the problem and part of the solution.

                  I can buy your theory about somebody getting in his ear and changing his take on free agency.

                  I agree, he is definitely part of the solution.

                  really, all i care about is his passion. the rest will follow.
                  when jarret jack was moping around for 2 games after being pulled from the starting lineup, it pissed me off to no end. i honestly didnt care how bad the raptors played those 2 games, it was the attitude that drove me nuts. now that he has checked himself back into the "team" i will be Jack's biggest supporter.

                  comon bosh, show me passion, thats all i ask

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                  • #10
                    The injury probably spooked him into trying not to get hurt so close to the biggest contract signing of his career. Needs to stay healthy or NewYork , Miami, etc....wont want him...so he's just playing it out safely. His passion to win games isnt there anymore...he's shut it down for this season.

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                    • #11
                      RikkJames wrote: View Post
                      The injury probably spooked him into trying not to get hurt so close to the biggest contract signing of his career. Needs to stay healthy or NewYork , Miami, etc....wont want him...so he's just playing it out safely. His passion to win games isnt there anymore...he's shut it down for this season.
                      If thats the case, what does that say about one's character. What does it say about what he is doing to his teammates and all the fans? And just before playoff time? While I agree he is not playing at the top of his game and making some pretty odd comments I havent heard from him before I cant bring myself to believe he is tanking it. If true he will get a bad rap in the league because players talk....and they would know.

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                      • #12
                        Bendit wrote: View Post
                        If thats the case, what does that say about one's character. What does it say about what he is doing to his teammates and all the fans? And just before playoff time? While I agree he is not playing at the top of his game and making some pretty odd comments I havent heard from him before I cant bring myself to believe he is tanking it. If true he will get a bad rap in the league because players talk....and they would know.

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                        • #13
                          I think you hit the nail on the head ws511 (all i can picture is c3po and r2d2 right now).
                          but i also hold out belief and hope that if he goes inside himself that he can turn that switch. I think he needs to decide to not firmly decide yet. does that make any sense?
                          I think thats one of the biggest mistakes that a professional athlete can make, decide to leave your team before your time is up, especially when you are the leader. because now you are fighting with effort against your own heart, which is a futile battle in my opinion.

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                          • #14
                            ben wrote: View Post
                            I think you hit the nail on the head ws511 (all i can picture is c3po and r2d2 right now).
                            but i also hold out belief and hope that if he goes inside himself that he can turn that switch. I think he needs to decide to not firmly decide yet. does that make any sense?
                            I think thats one of the biggest mistakes that a professional athlete can make, decide to leave your team before your time is up, especially when you are the leader. because now you are fighting with effort against your own heart, which is a futile battle in my opinion.

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                            • #15
                              you have a solid mind there dude. damn well put.
                              i agree, go CB4 and the raps!

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