Looking like a season. How u?
Very curious to see how this team comes together on the court.
He can also play PG. He did it for the Wizards back when Arenas first went down. The Wizards made the playoffs that year with him at the PG.
Mason had a really good few game stretch in washington last year where he put up big numbers night after night.. then settle back down to his normal self..
He's the missing link! Our Savior! CHAMPIONSHIP!
Aint this guy like 38 ? Seems like he been in the league 4eva
Last edited by Silverfoxx; 08-01-2012 at 05:33 PM.
I swear I thought I was confusing him with another player named George Mason for the longest...until I realized that's just the name of a college that had one good NCAA Tournament run nearly 8 years ago.
Now I provide life insurance benefits.
Now don't get me wrong here, I love that he always gave it his all, always put the team first, and was a very hard worker, but he really didn't help out our team. I don't know if your read Ryan Schwann's article on 247 about him, but there's all the statistical information to back up my point. And you can't tell me that during the Lakers series if he had been even average that we wouldn't have beat them. He missed open threes over and over again causing them to basically leave him open and double Paul, and he allowed their worst offensive player Artest/World Peace to eat us alive.
Not disrespecting the man, just saying we are better off without him.
Welcome Roger - great to have a wahoo on the Hornets to cheer for, even if he'll only play sparingly.
Not too thrilled with this signing, but......
a- We needed a shooter
b- It's a one-year deal
c- I trust Demps
Hopefully he signed for minimum.
"I'm not going to allow my putative owner to answer that question, this is an NBA related press conference. Paul Tagliabue and Roger Goodell have collectively sung their praises of Tom and if uh ESPN has a problem with that tell Mr. Skipper to call me at my office."
Mason's age is not a negative, we need some more vets on this team and he'll only be here for 1 year in all likelihood anyway.
Honestly I was just so tired of Belli and I think Mason is a smarter player that won't cause nearly as much heartburn.
He's got a smooth stroke, he's versatile & plays a position of need for us right now, and he's a team player. I'm happy to have him.
Last edited by neworleanshoo; 08-01-2012 at 05:24 PM.
will he be able to fill in for eric gordon for about 30 games next year???
queue the Gordon lovers defending his injury history...
but in all seriousness a solid end of the rotation guy, still think we need a more solid back up sg as opposed to a 12th man like roger mason
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