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#41 gque24

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Posted January 30, 2013 - 05:17 PM

Clark got less chances than Ebanks and he made more out of them and earned his spot.

Its really tiring when people always say 'he didn't get enough chances' Clark got..what..two? And he had a career night and kept it consistent! Its about making the most out of any opportunity. Ebanks has had opportunity after opportunity to break out the way Clark did, he just didnz't. That's not the coaching staff's fault, its Ebanks. Clark did more in less time than Ebanks and thus deserves it more.

Ebanks has no one to blame but himself. Clark is superior at the 3 and the 4 over him and Meeks is a superior 2.

Let it go, Ebanks had his chance and could do nothing with it. It shouldn't take 10 chances for Ebanks to show something Clark did it in 2. Hill did it in one. We aren't gonna wait 20 games for Ebanks to do it, sorry. We're moving on.


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Posted January 30, 2013 - 05:23 PM

lol smfh stubborn till end


Just the truth.

Ebanks in meaningful minutes got 8 points and the following night got none and had to be benched.

Clark in meaningful minutes got 22 and 14 and the following night did great too while playing lockdown defense on Ginobli the prior night.

Ebanks lost cause he never was consistent and even when consistent wasn't impressive. Clark in less time was effective, was consistent and could stretch the floor better despite rarely taking 3s his entire career.

Ebanks was never consistent, couldn't hit a 3 to save his career and his defense was nowhere to be found. Clark is superior to Ebanks. So Ebanks is lost.

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Posted January 30, 2013 - 06:02 PM

Just the truth.

Ebanks in meaningful minutes got 8 points and the following night got none and had to be benched.

Clark in meaningful minutes got 22 and 14 and the following night did great too while playing lockdown defense on Ginobli the prior night.

Ebanks lost cause he never was consistent and even when consistent wasn't impressive. Clark in less time was effective, was consistent and could stretch the floor better despite rarely taking 3s his entire career.

Ebanks was never consistent, couldn't hit a 3 to save his career and his defense was nowhere to be found. Clark is superior to Ebanks. So Ebanks is lost.


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Posted January 30, 2013 - 07:10 PM

Ebanks is a nonfactor

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Posted January 30, 2013 - 10:46 PM

Ebanks is a nonfactor


Pretty much.

He's just a body.

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Posted January 30, 2013 - 11:37 PM

Ebanks is a nonfactor

Not in a car he's not.

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