He doesn't owe me anything. I just want him to play.
At this point in time I'm feeling glass half empty towards us, like he owes us all something. I'm sure I'll be all for him once he starts putting up those 25 point games like he really belongs.
No hard feelings.
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Prove himself on the court. That's the only way he can redeem himself.
I would say let bygones be bygones, but I am also expecting him to produce some high quality stuff for the money he is making....(and my fingers will be crossed that he remains healthy for either us or someone else)
"we might make dollars, but we don't necessarily make sense"
"always be sincere....whether you mean it or not"
oh, and one more thing....I don't feel its totally unwise to let him come back on the road...
Just glad he's back ! No hard feelings. Let's build that chemistry !
"I go so hard, I go so mean... I'm so NEW ORLEANS" - Lil' Wayne"We not stopping at no stores man ! We staying on the gas !" - Tyreke Evans
Please play 50 games this year EG........ This team NEEDS you.
If he plays hard and leads the Team, I am happy
I just thing you can blame both, Gordon and the Hornets what happend back with the contract
and if he was really hurt like it look like, good thing he didn't play
Couldn't care less. He plays or he doesn't, honestly, i don't care either way
He can win back all those fans that have a bitter taste in their mouths by staying healthy, period.
Water under the bridge. If he plays well, I won't care.
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I doubt he makes it through the season healthy which leads me to this question. What happens if he does get hurt again? I guess the answer is collect a max contract while doing nothing and the franchise is stuck
Last edited by All Metro; 12-27-2012 at 10:41 AM.
I will cheer for him for he gives us the best chance of becoming a championship team 2 - 3 years from now. Projecting his injury history in the future is speculation and guessing games. I have visions of a big 3 to combat OKC and it only happens if he is on the team. Big 3 players aren't gonna be available for small market teams going forward.
honestly i hope he comes back and plays well enough to gain some interest so we can trade him away
I'm glad people are saying that they don't care as long as he performs instead of just being happy he's back, I definitely feel like he has to play up to the all star level that the fans and organization have been led too believe he is at
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