I thought a joke that centered around the ludicrousness of calling a hack a shack 5 seconds into a game was a way to both bring humor to the thread and
I read through the whole thread(#38 twice) and don't know what MM is after.
Calderon+ Jason Smith for Evens
I watched it. It just would have made more sense if it included the Warriors
This is always my question - If you were to start the league today, is this the best way to set up the rules?
I never look at it as "changing
Lol. You should of watched the video first. I figured it was pretty obvious that wasn't meant as a serious retort haha.
Did you read what I was referring to?
I am saying, that if the answer to slowing the Warriors offense is to foul them and have them take
I think people always undervalue (or in many cases overvalue players). With the sheer stats Evans put up I'm sure he has value throughout the league.
Well you don't have unlimited fouls so you pick and choose your spots.
Personally I'm fine with the hack-a-whoever strategy. I get why the league wants to change the rules, but in a game where players only get 6 fouls there's
What are you talking about? Yeah they do.
Why don't they do that now then, early in quarters?
Declining the foul and taking it out on the side takes away some of the quick strike abilities teams like Goldenstate and Houston have (because half court
I feel like we need a trigger warning for people that have Reke sensitivity on this board. Since apparently anyone that may not find Reke the be all end
I guess we have different definitions of the word "bashing"
I'm cool with either fix tbh. Decline the penalty or the technical foul assessment. Declining the penalty(or choosing what to do as MM puts it) are
J.R. Smith got a 2 game suspension