Discussion in 'Former Bulldogs' started by Jared Grubbs, Jun 27, 2011.
Kam is 23-59 on 3s (39%) in the D-League this season. Who knew?
Kind of the same screwy offense the Jazz was playing earlier this year and might still be playing for all I know. The Jazz would stick their best player,Hayward, in a corner for most of the shot clock. I thought maybe OKC tried to hide Kam's offensive deficiencies but the Jazz did/does the same thing with Hayward. Then again I have literally no appreciation of the NBA game.
Hayward's averaging 19.6 PPG this season, a career high. The Jazz most definitely feature him in their offense. He's option #1.
Good to hear. In the game I saw in San Antonio he stood in the corner most of the time but did get six points. I also paid $450 for three tickets. The Jazz were routed by 40 points. Excuse was the Jazz players were tired and took the game off. To me if you are paid millions and fans are paying through the nose you have no excuse - zero- of taking the game off. Zero, Glad the Jazz features him on offense and he's option number 1 and that offensive set works. I have been to probably half dozen NBA games in my life and it took that many boring games to realize I will never attend one again. Sorry off subject. Still pissed I paid $450 to treat two other family members that turned out to not be a treat.
Excellent share! Thank you very much, bu97!
And it's excellent how well Kam is representing himself & Butler with his actions!
He couldn't possibly be making what he could overseas? Not sure what the upside is for guys like him and Vanzant by being in the NBDL.
I believe next year the d league players are getting big raises from a new agreement. Probably still wouldn't be what he could possibly make overseas, but will make the decision to stay stateside a lot easier for potential players
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