I pity the fool who wears a naked chin
@sammasaaron @OSBC I got one once. I screenshot it, blew it up to 3452x2349 dimensions, framed it in platinum, and hung it in a bullet proof case on the front of my house.
I actually put it under the education, professional experience, and other relevant experience sections of my resume when I apply for jobs as well.
22 hours, 48 minutes ago on Monday Bolts – 3.10.14
@criznazy53 I don't think it's systemic as much as it is just Brooks still being bad at what he's always bad at, which is dealing with change. He's been more open to change, but still slow to adjust, and this is no different. In part because of his stubborness, he doesn't have a big sample to draw from of non-traditional lineups to draw from, but really, who does?
I think what separates guys like Pop and Carlisle from the pack as being able to throw anybody on the floor and have it work, is a knack for "seeing the future" so to speak, by knowing their players really well and knowing what combinations would work in theory even when they haven't spent much or any time playing them together. Brooks doesn't have that.
1 day ago on Monday Bolts – 3.10.14
@Stephen Jackson is not about this spelling look up his other songs. they get worse.
"Barbie Girl Dirty"
And an album curiously titled "I'm Gay" which he released alongside a claim that he is actually heterosexual.
I legitimately believe the man is mentally challenged.
He also has an interesting history of beefing with people, and then reversing his stance and praising them ridiculously (ex: Joe Budden and Game)
@Julius F Wrek I feel like I may have seen this somewhere before...
1 day, 3 hours ago on Thunder defile themselves, falling 114-110 to the Lakers
What bothers me most is how soft I've gotten in my judgementalness. I mean, how could I possibly have thought that Brooks had grown to a point he could somewhat appropriately use a brand new old person in the lineup? What was I thinking?
@Theoo @Specialosha Because hunting for rebounds and easy shots is obviously so detrimental to the team... It's detrimental maybe compared to what he's capable of doing, but not actually detrimental. You can't bench the man if the nearest replacement for his 27 points, 10 rebounds, and 12 assists is a likely 8 point, 7 rebound, 2 assist guy.
1 day, 7 hours ago on Thunder defile themselves, falling 114-110 to the Lakers
@d21 welp that doesn't bode well. It doesn't matter how he plays or the team plays with him, unless he finds the elixer and life and suddenly becomes a 22 year old, Brooks isn't even thinking about slowing his minutes down.
@Lost Ones he plays such a different role for the Heat than Harden plays it makes them very tough to compare for me.
1 day, 12 hours ago on Thunder defile themselves, falling 114-110 to the Lakers
I don't have a panic button, but I do have a crossfader that goes from "NBA Champs for sure baby!" to, "O goodness we're gonna be the 06-07 Mavericks". Right now we're in "Haha, ok guys. The joke was never really funny but stop playing now" territory, but "Yo, wtf are you doing man?" land is less than a full click away right now.
@Butterfingers That could be tough. In 2017 on my 2k, the Lakers have both Carmelo and Lebron
1 day, 22 hours ago on Thunder vs. Lakers: Pregame Primer
Best thing about working youth soccer? The youth soccer moms. Giggity giggity goo!
Still not enough incentive to make me cool with missing this game though. -__-
@Muletti Na, he just got tired of the "Lebron wants the MVP too much" narrative, so now he's trying purposefully not to win it. That's gotta be it
@4razr @duhsweetness I think Bennett still
1 day, 23 hours ago on Thunder vs. Lakers: Pregame Primer
Dang did anybody else look at the score of the Louisville Connecticut game? Nuts.
2 days, 19 hours ago on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Hash
@LAMBGOD I love the need to explain in the title line that a song named "F*** KD" is indeed a Kevin Durant diss and not a love song
3 days, 1 hour ago on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Hash
@CoachLee_ @TheresABabyFaceUnderMyBeard Pretty fair possibility at least. I think the simple change in rotation missing two starters is the biggest impacing factor on everything though. A lineup with Reggie-Lamb-Collison-Adams gives you one great PnR screener and one other great screener in the game at all times, which means Reggie's going to get more penetration, and Lamb's going to get more open looks. Now, with Adams in with the starters, you have Sheem, who couldn't screen me at 5'8", and Nick playhg more minutes with starters. It's just all a mess for now.
3 days, 17 hours ago on Friday Bolts – 3.7.14
a@L0rv @CoachLee_ agreed. Wish I couldve watched the game last night, but when I saw Green had 41, Fish had 22 minutes, Butler 29, and PJ3 11, I was completely confused.
@Lost Ones @TheresABabyFaceUnderMyBeard Yes. He was also injured the whole Miami series in 2012. All I'm saying is the sample we're drawing off here is pretty incredibly small to think if we had him we'd certainly be winning. Our defense fell off a cliff before he went out injured and before Russ came back, not just after.
@CoachLee_ @TheresABabyFaceUnderMyBeard I don't mind the thought of trying Lamb out as a starter. Could give him some confidence through some open jumpers.
The thought of Roberson over Perry doesn't make any sense to me though, because Mayberry says "except put him on an offensive player".. Well, if you put Perry on an offensive player, then he's giving you more than Roberson, so not sure why Mayberry threw that out there.
@OKC035 @TheresABabyFaceUnderMyBeard @Lost Ones You're right. 1-1, 1-2 through his last 3. Orlando loss, LA win, Miami loss