Quick subject change. I'm looking at the twitter feed, did anyone on here say that Ryan Anderson wouldn't be good or was everybody basically excited about him?
I read out there to.mean the housing market, as said above. It's a jungle out there, etc.
And he sounds like 80% of NBA players do in softball interviews that don't dig.
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I'm really not concern at all about his comments in this interview. Has the past decade of sports not shown us not to get worked up one way or another over meaningless interviews? I'm concerned about him staying healthy and making sure he wants to stay with the Hornets long term and that there's no long term animosity toward our organization for how his FA period played out. I think will have to judge his actions and posture to try and gauge whether he's happy here or not.
As far as renting. Most of the fiscally responsible athletes do. Pro sports is a non conventional profession he could be traded to another city at any point without a say in the matter.
Personally I felt we reached for Anderson financially a little bit. However he should help this team question is how much.
He just comes across as a very naive (but not dumb) person on a lot of topics.
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