Best move for unhappy AI may be reunion with old adversary

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  1. roscoe36

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    Sheed came to me before the game and told me he needed $50 and I said ok.


    Sheed came to me before the game and asked if I would give him a piggy back ride to center court and I said ok.


    Sheed came to me before the game and told me AI was done in Detroit and I said ok.


    Sheed came to me before the game and asked me to swear fealty to him as my lord and master and I said ok.


    Sheed came to me before the game and said Pistonsforum.com rocks and I said ok.
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    Sheed came to me before the game and asked me to sell my soul for rock and roll...


    and I said OK.
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    Sheed came to me before the game and said, "All the world's a stage, and we are merely actors"...

    and I said OK.
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    for boyscout team it is coach who has the biggest influence; for veteran NBA team - players decide: LB used to say something like that" nowadays players do not listen to coaches so much anymore"

    Ron Harper during his short assistant coaching here once told a story how during their "recording 72" season Zenmaster actually opposed the idea of the most regular season wins ever - a complete waste of energy- but ultracompetitive MJ was looking new challenges and after saying to players "don't worry, I'll carry you on my back", players followed MJ.

    Pistons' leaders - Sheed and BupBup - were easygoing types and team followed them. Before leaving BigBen was probably with his competitivness able to somehow balance complacency, but seems that it was lost fight.
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    Sheed came to me before the game and said, "Yo Mike, you should hand your resignation to Joe immediately."

    and I said OK.
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    Sheed came to me before the game and said, "Yo coach, try out these rotations from lee356"

    and I said, ok.
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    LOL. To be fair, Curry did say that KB starting was temporary until Sheed "felt better". Maybe he was relying on Sheed to let him know when "he felt better".

    Still, :tsk:

    Grow some backbone.
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    Sheed surely knows better when he is ready- he is an old vet, he "reads" his own body well, I guess.
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    Walter All-Star Forum Donor

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    Now if Curry had said "sit down and don't get up until I tell you, you lazy bum! You play when and if I feel like playing you. If you've got a problem with that prove me wrong on the court. Until then, get off my sight!"

    That might have motivated Sheed to manhandle the opposing team or pout.


    EDITED: Although this being Curry, that probably would sound like: "s'dawn, no up till you. C'maon. You bad. You play if I like. You don't like then play good. Until, s'dawn. C'maoun".
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    I'm crying from laughing so hard Walt.
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    LOL

    Someone on DBB does a great Curry translator; they call him MCAFI or something like that which i haven't figured out, but most of the mock team huddles center around Curry telling the team to get "bebounds".
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    MCAFI = Michael Curry's A Fine Idiot
    ;)
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    Thank you. I'd all but given up on figuring it out LOL
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    Walter All-Star Forum Donor

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    Did they include the word sensurgency? I had coined that when I was lurking at their game threads a few months ago.
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    I didn't see it, but maybe you should copyright just in case. LOL

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