Thursday, March 17, 2011

Jeremy Sent Back To D-League

12 comments:

  1. Lin needs to sign with another team and come back to the Warriors a few years later, after Lacob has finally been forced to truly clean house.

    As for why Lin gets no playing time, perhaps it has to do with all that brown stuff on Law's nose:

    “I am forever indebted to coach. I text him all the time telling him thank you. He trusts me, he’s giving me a great opportunity and I’m trying to do the best with it. It feels great to be playing at this point of my career.”

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  2. above quote from comment 406 here:

    http://blogs.mercurynews.com/warriors/2011/03/15/the-same-mistakes-warriors-119-kings-129/

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  3. Jeremy Lin back to D-League. THANK YOU!

    http://basketball.realgm.com/wiretap/212309/Warriors_Reassign_Lin_To_Reno_Bighorns

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  4. Go Jeremy, Help Reno win the championship!

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  5. Great news! Too bad this didn't come sooner. Musselman is a huge step up from Smart.

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  6. Agree this is good news. Checked the Bighorns website and find that Danny Green has been called up by the Spurs. They only have 9 players on their roster. It will be interesting to see if Musselman brings Lin off the bench as before or starts him.

    The only downside is having to listen to those two announcers again. "Disgustin" was coming around but I bet "Eat" is as annoying as ever.

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  7. "Checked the Bighorns website and find that Danny Green has been called up by the Spurs."

    wow, that's 2 Biggie Ho's on the Spurs roster. Maybe Lin will be next to go to the Spurs... LOL just kidding! But you never know when Parker or Ginobili will go down again. Just some food for thought, Pop. =)

    Well, that's good that Musselman won't have to split Lin's minutes with Green.

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  8. I was hoping the Warriors would call up Green to shore up their SF position, but being Smart's team, he doesn't know how to use players as effectively as a team like the Spurs. The Spurs play like a team that uses all 5 men on the floor. The Warriors use maybe 2-1/2 men on the floor on every possession.

    The Spurs are an example of a team being coached the right way. I wish JLin can play for a team like that next season.

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  9. you know what's common with most playoff teams and teams that go on to win championships? they play defense. warriors don't see the value of defense in lin and hope they just outscore the other team. sure it might work 1 out of 10 games and that's why they are not a playoff team.

    it's too bad lin has to pick his hometown team but for the betterment of career he should just work hard on his game in the dleague and audition for other teams that play defense.

    lin, cut ties with the warriors and get out of there if you want to have career in the nba.

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  10. Constructive Criticism


    http://basketball.realgm.com/wiretap/212324/GQ_Finds_Lakers_Fans_Worst_In_NBA

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  11. At least he won't be rotting on the bench,...for now. Yeah, I'd leave the team in a heartbeat too. However, if the owner was serious about Lin being part of the Warrior's future and not just some PR thing for the media, then he'd have to consider cleaning house by getting rid of the coach first, and a few scrub players there that don't contribute much also. If not, then it's been nothing but a farce. But hey- at least Jeremy Lin has become a household name for most, and has gotten some publicity.

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  12. Great! Beats sitting at the end of Dumb's bench. This will at the very least give Jeremy a chance to shine, and grab the attention of other NBA teams, if he hasn't already done that.

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