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@C-Wil @f5alcon In reference to Harden, that is.
1 year, 5 months ago on DT Mailbag: Beardemic
@C-Wil @f5alcon If the words, "I can't see the Thunder spending max money on a backup guard," come out of your mouth... you should probably just keep your opinions to yourself.
I'd like to invite Jenni Carlson to DIAGF. I really wish she'd go away forever. She is awful.
1 year, 6 months ago on Wednesday Bolts - 8.22.12
@DennisBerry Using your template... I'm 6'3" and when I walked past him he was definitely near the same height as me (give or take an inch).
-Someone who doesn't lie about his height
1 year, 7 months ago on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Hail the Beard
@justin_mia You had me until you used "Coach of the Year in second full season coaching."
1 year, 7 months ago on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Rituals
@justin_mia I normally tend to agree with you and think you're a pretty rational guy, but you can't be serious... Westbrook is better across the board. Saying he's more efficient and pointing out how Dragic passed Westbrook in AST% this year lacks context. Dragic is marginally more efficient with 33% less USG% than Westbrook. Dragic has had a higher AST% than Westbrook for one season (weak sample size) and using that as proof of something completely disregards the situation Westbrook is in v. Dragic (ie Westbrook is relied upon to score and doesn't have a big who can catch a pass).
For their careers, Westbrook is slightly less efficient on a much higher usage, and he's flat out better statistically than Dragic in every other category. Factor in Westbrook is of larger build with a significant edge in the athleticism department and it's not even close.
@Legendary_Dork It's too late for that. And I'm not even talking about the Grant Hill thing... which I find mildly humorous.
1 year, 8 months ago on Grant Hill considering Thunder, Heat and Lakers?
@D@nny @OBoymuzik Shocking... kind of what I expected.
1 year, 8 months ago on Summer School: Game 1 grades
@OBoymuzik Every day he's trollin' is more like it. I wonder how many people's hearts sank when they saw it. Saying I'm highly skeptical is an understatement.
I'm ready to irrationally overreact to 2.5 quarters of the first summer league game. PJII, what a freaking steal! I'm a believer.
1 year, 8 months ago on Summer League: Five small things to watch
@JimboSlice You gotta know your audience.
1 year, 8 months ago on Saturday Morning Cartoons: The Hasheem Thabeet mix
@thunderatom Thabeet v. Nash. The chase for a ring is on.
1 year, 8 months ago on Wednesday Bolts – America! Edition
Marc J. Spears @SpearsNBAYahoo
7-3 center Hasheem Thabeet agrees to two-year deal with @okcthunder, source tells Y! Second overall pick in 2009 draft joining his 4th team.
I want someone to make a Beard shirt that says, "He not hittin' the market." I'd buy one.
1 year, 8 months ago on Thunder interested in Devin Ebanks and Roger Mason?
@EatSleepThunder I miss The Don. We need his Harden love to cancel out some of the recent Harden hate.
@ElMexiThunder It's worse with Magic Johnson's 2% stake in the Dodgers.
@OBoymuzik @Lost Ones Thabeet.
If we sign Thabeet and Orton to fill out our roster, do you think that's more likely a sign that we don't think we're going to be able to re-sign Serge or that we believe PJIII is more of a SF than a PF?
@Lost Ones The Thunder could have had 1.5 years of Dwight if they wanted to. That's my opinion. If you get Dwight in here and he wins a title in those two years, I believe he'd stick around. Either Presti believes he can extend both Harden and Ibaka or I don't think he was interested in that trade. That says nothing about my opinion on whether I'd make that trade, but it seems like common sense if the underlying premise that the Thunder declined Harden & Ibaka for Howard is true that those are the two options. If you can't extend both players in two years, why not trade for two years of Dwight and try to win a title now? It doesn't make sense.
1 year, 8 months ago on Death and Luxury Taxes: The Thunder’s complicated future
@ElMexiThunder I get the feeling Harden is willing to take less to stay, whereas Serge is going to get the best deal possible for himself, regardless of where that might be. Just the vibe I have.