LMAO oh wow I still stand with most of it but atleast when I'm wrong I'll admit it
I've admitted when I'm wrong, but it's rare because I'm rarely wrong. Majesty will tell you that I have.
But, here's something else you're wrong about: the players I call scrubs. I did a post search. Want to know who all I've called scrubs on this site since 2008?
Flip Murray (if he doesn't have the ball in his hands, and I made this clear)
Did I ever call Gerald Green a scrub? Nope. I actually said that he just wouldn't fit with this team, in the triangle offense or in the offense Brown was running last year. Would you like to see the topic again?
I said it over and over again.
I also stated that he would be better off in New Jersey...which means I wasn't going to be surprised if he played better.
While he won't be good enough to be a starter on a very good playoff team (you can quote me on this), he will be much better off in New Jersey, or a similar team, that doesn't ask him to do anything else OR doesn't have to adjust their offense to accommodate him.
Also, in that same topic, you'll see this quote from you:
I'm always right
So if you always admit when you're wrong, I hope you'll step back in here and admit that you're not always right.
Even today, given what Gerald Green has done in New Jersey (scoring points), I'm still going to tell you that he would not fit in well with this team. Nash can fit anyone into his offense, but the fact is it's the Princeton. Green would see limited time on the floor, handle the ball less, rarely find himself in ISO's. That's not good for a one-dimensional scorer.
By the way...any idea why the Nets didn't give Green a contract? Any clue why they didn't want him as a backup to Joe Johnson or Gerald Wallace? They have Marshon Brooks, but Green can play two positions on the floor, and he's easily the ideal backup SF...right? Just curious. They had him for half the season last year...you'd think they would be REALLY impressed by his play.
In that thread, and using a post search, you'll find that I stated maybe three times that I would trade any of our bench players (from last season) for Gerald Green. Blake, Ebanks, Goudelock, Morris, and anyone else at the backup guard or small forward spots (of course, I wouldn't say Jordan Hill, because he's a big man). That didn't qualify him as a scrub, because in another post, I specifically pointed out that Steve Blake was not a scrub. Blake may have been better for our team, actually (than Green), but I would still make the trade based on age and money.
Now, I'm not going to waste any more time with this. Just understand that you shouldn't run your chops if you aren't going to bring your "A" game. If you have something to say about things I've posted, whenever, make sure you've got reason to say it...and in the process, be a credible poster that isn't going to open the door for me to get the 4th and 10 sack.