Posted June 10, 2013 - 11:44 PM
I love T Mac, WAS probably my second favorite player after Kobe, but this is just hilarious. I still hope he wins a ring with the Spurs. I don't care if he is a end of rotation guy on their team. At the end of the day a championship is a championship. Some great players fought there whole careers to get one and never did. They are special and only a limited amount of players win one. Whether your a rookie on a championship team or a vet closing his career on last legs, you all play a part in your team. Frankly I will be so happy if T Mac gets a ring, because at his prime he was right up there as one of the best players of his generation. Injury probably cost him a HOF career but that's life, nothings promised. He has been given a chance to be a part of something special and no one can blame him for accepting the opportunity. Not everyones careers pan out like a Magic, Jordan, Kobe, Kareem etc. Each and every player has their own unique story of how they became a champion. Some will be 1st option while others will be 12th man in the rotation. At the end of the day Winning is winning. Obviously some play big roles while others hardly anything. End result is still the same. The one thing that is involved in winning a ring is a bit luck as well. Right place, right time. Hopefully T Mac might have some luck go his way after his injury plagued
career. Why can't a guy who was once a superstar of the NBA, ride the pine and win a ring by not contributing anything on court? If a guy like Sun Yue who didnt do nothing in the NBA get a ring for sitting on the bench, why can't a guy who actually contributed something get one. Really hope the Spurs can win and mainly just for T Mac!!!