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Old 05-28-2002, 05:55 PM   #16 (permalink)
 

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Sickey, those are some very interesting stats on Jay Williams. You've got me thinking.
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Old 05-28-2002, 10:52 PM   #17 (permalink)
 

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Wow, Sickly!

I have been a big Jwill proponent, but those NC2A stats are downright scary.

I could quickly fall into the auction off the pick crowd.

Just no Odom, please!
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Old 05-29-2002, 01:11 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Getting Odom Dumb? :upset: lol just playing Sicky.
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I know of another guard that is playing in the playoffs. The last 9 games is 65-167 .384% 6-45 in threes. About .134 or .135% 8.3rebounds. Almost two steals a game. And averaging over 3.5 t/o.
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Jason Kidd........???
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Jason Kidd........???
Nope. guess again.
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Old 05-29-2002, 08:22 PM   #22 (permalink)
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WoW, I thought for sure that it was Kidd.

I really have no clue who it is now.....
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I'll tell you tomorrow. Give the others a chance to try and guess.
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Kenny Anderson? But I don't think he will be playing much longer.
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your right sicky. In my mind i cant think of walker as a pf. Williams plays sf a lot too but it is pierce. So i guess i mislead all on that one. Sorry. He didnt shoot all that well tonight either. But better than he did the last 9 games.
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Dang, nice rebound numbers for Pierce!!
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Sicky, you've sold me on this one. I'd been saying that Jay Will was the best player we could acquire, and worth shuffling our roster for. I'm not so sure anymore. I'm now on the Caron Butler bandwagon. He looks like Ron Artest with better ballhandling and shooting. I would pull the trigger in a second on a trade with GS. Fizer and #2 for Fortson, Arenas, and #3.
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yeesh! i finally got through reading all this... after staring at your computer screen long enough, you begin to wonder what all that radiation is doing to your eyes, your skin, your brain, etc...


anyway, after reading this, i've become sure of one thing.
there is not a single person available in this draft who will absoultely (99% certainty) make a positive impact on the Bulls team.

for every yarn, scouting report, back-yard prophecy and prediction read off the back of a box of cereal preaching the greatness of (insert name here), there's at least a dozen retorts to the contrary.

it's at the point where I can't figure who really does have a shot at being a star in the NBA... with the draft drawing so near, we're all whipped up in a frenzy. because, let's face it, it's the only exciting thing that's going to happen until tip off.

so, maybe i'll just be grateful when it comes, so that the following weeks can then be spent fantasizing (or griping) about our shiney new toy, and how the future is forged (or mired) because of it.

anyone else abandoning hope of actually being able to determine the NBA skills of all these kids???
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Sicky I think you're slowly converting all of us. After reading your arguement I have withdrawn my vote for Jay Williams and am now rethinking my position for the 1000th time.

I must also commend you on backing up your aguements with stats. It makes a world of difference.

People don't seem to have much patience for Jamal Crawford. I say we give him until all-star break next season before we take the Point away from him, or trade him.

As an inexperienced point, he could use some veteran wisdom on the bench behind him. Arena's seems to be a bit of a gamble since he only played point this year. Having two PG with little experience makes me a bit nervous - no matter how high their potential.

Another retort to those who dismiss JC because of his poor assist totals, and ft. What can you work on the most after coming back from a serious leg injury? Your shot, weight training - and maybe some conditioning. JC got choosen at #8 bcs of his shooting ability displayed at the Chicago pre-draft games. Since then it has gotten even better. He has improved his form and range.

I hope Jerry Krause doesn't make the mistake of giving up on this determined and talented player. I say leverage Williams for all that he's worth.
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I want to point two things out.........

First thing first with my guess is that I can make a list of players until I get it right But don't feel like doing all the typing So I take a guess..........Mike Bibby???

Next thing even though I saw the stats of Jay Williams that Sicky post and I saw some people are rethinking now.......Me I haven't change my mind a bit I'm still high on drafting Jay Williams unless we trade for a veteran all star young stud that I don't mind which I planning to make a new thread what list of trades I don't mind trading Jay Williams durning draft day later on. But anyways I'm still high on Jay Williams stats well yeah it mean something but to me stats is like a piece of paper........Stats is always good to see how the player perform but I also always look at the players they play up in court the way they perform, the way they practice, and most importantly how they develop their skills and their work etics are the two most importantly.

I don't mean that stats is nothing important........It is but depend how you see the view of it.......Its hard to explain since I"m not a very good explainer and not a very bright person Oops did I say that?

I also going to post another thread on this board, realgm, and bullsnews what are my reasons drafting Jay Williams and etc, etc, etc. Later on.
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