has that billion dollar body, and a crackerjack brain. I mean... I mean...
you cannot make this crap up. He misses his first introductory Presser
with the Celtics. So you know he is going to give full on mental effort to
make sure it never happens again. Then he misses his flight back to Boston
for his first Vegas Summer League Practice? He misses his first practice
with his new Summer League Team.
mean... I mean.... They have to bench him for the first game. They cannot
allow him skate on past this. That has been his life. Coaches allow him to
skate on past his responsibilities, because on the Court he is a force like
they have never seen. As stupid, irresponsible, and mind numbing immature
as he has been since Draft night, you will not see that on the Court in
Summer League minimally in that first game.
mean,,, I mean,.. he is really the only reason to be watching this Summer
League action for the Celtics. The Celts are now set with young veterans.
So watching Yabu and Semi, who cares! We got it. We know who they are. And let me tell you a
frustration or two, because that idiot is going to be best player down
there in Vegas. On the court he is the polar opposite of what we have seen
off the Court for Celts so far.
he is not starting the season starting against NBA Vets, where you will
see his age more for two to four years or so. He maturity-wise is two
years away from being a starter, or more likely four, like Jermaine
O'Neal. He can get up over the rim higher than 99% or more of NBA players.
But Basketball is a smart man's game not a teenager's game. And he ain't
there yet. The worst part of this is that I am rooting for him to start
Game One in Vegas, just because he's the only player who matters for the
HE CANNOT START OR EVEN PLAY IN THE FIRST GAME OR TWO. It would ruin him. It would tell him it is okay to
continue to behave like a spoiled teenager, and not a Man. In fact, though
it would ruin my Summer League fun, they need to sit his ass on the bench
for all of Vegas (there is another Summer League the Celts are doing?
Even though it would stunt his growth (that's funny;)
transitioning into the NBA. He has to be accountable for his action off the
court, on the Court. The only way to send a message to his dumbass
teenager brain is to take basketball away from him for longer than he
screwed up. Two games is the minimum.
Bob, don't take this like Jermaine O-Neal, but the full Vegas Summer
League Benching is the appropriate punishment for your random acts of
stupidity (Not one, not one! But two!!!). Though it will kill me as much
the court he is an untenable talent. On the Court he is a spectacular
highlight machine. Off the courts he acts and behaves like a stoned and
uncaring pothead, who can't handle the slightest responsibility. On the
Court he is a good teammate and team player, who knows the plays and what
he is suppose to do. Off the Court he is stupid, or maybe we should way
too immature, like a middle school kid. On the court he is smart. He is responsible
to his teammates. He knows what he is doing better than most.
he has to be punished visibly so everyone can see it. But now Danny faces
the problem his middle school and high school coaches faced: if you sit
him out of games, it hurts everybody. His youth coaches wouldn't sit his
ass down, because it would hurt them as well. And let's be clear, every second
he is not on a Summer League Court learning, it is hurting the Celtics as
now, because of multiple random acts of stupidity, THEY HAVE TO SIT HIS
DUMB ASS ON THE BENCH. I just put on his intro conference call, and I know
I'm an old fart, but damn he looks young. He has such a baby face. He has
such an elite NBA body that it is easy to forget how young this kid is.
so let's see why the Celts drafted dumbass again. Bob and Jackson are the
two best Bigs at defending out to the 3-point line on the switch. His
elite length and elite sudden burst off the floor allows to get to places
less than 99% of NBA Bigs can't get to. He can block shots out to the 3-Point
line (:01). Then watch the pass to his teammate to give him a one on one
break. He is the opposite on the Court than he has been off the Court for
instincts scoring in the Paint. He has that knack for leaping through
multiple defenders to score (:14). Here he is defending out at the 3-Point
line. He switched off his man in the post, and covered the Small. Elite
(:21). Then he just followed him across the floor, and easily blocked his shot.
Elite defender in this Draft.
hustle fighting for rebounds (:30). Terrific awareness on the Boards. He
pushes his man forward a little after he got boxed out, but watch him take
a glance back at the shooter. And he spots the short shot, and grabbed the
rebound. After he really lost position to his man, but made up for it with
some smart awareness (:40). But the reason I did this Tape, was what he
did next. Watch his great outlet pass, from under pressure in the Paint.
Great touch advancing the ball to his teammate in full sprint so he could
to the ball. That was a
smart Horford like pass.
that was all I really wanted to show. Some damn smarts from dumbest
Celtic's beginning of his Celtics' career. And so much of what Danny does
and Brad expects is smarts. He has on the Court smarts.
by the way, he has the elite Max Vertical Reach from this Draft, a combo of his
Standing Reach and Max Vert (whatever the hell they are, because he was
too much of a dumbass to go the Combine and be properly weighed and
measured;). No one got up higher than him in this
Draft. Holy crap! That dunk was on a step through, not a full running Vert
(1:23)! He is the king of the spectacular from this Draft. Watch him hunt
and destroy the little driver (1:37). Elite sudden bursts off the floor.
With the top of his head just about even with the rim (1:54). He rarely needed it,
but he does have nice form on a better midrange jumper than you would
think (2:07). He just goes
up and snags the rebound over guys with good position, and puts it back
consistently (2:14). He so strong inside that they wanted him to stay
inside (2:30). But will have to shoot more outside in the NBA (2:39). He
has a very nice catch, turn, and shoot mid range Jumper. He even fell back a
little. On the Court he can look like the top player from this Draft. Off
the Court? He can look like a dumbass.
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