Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by Laimbrane, Jul 7, 2016.
Sly is at 5'10" in height.
He seems like the kind of guy that nobody would dislike. Just a happy fella.
It's easy to be happy when you're a giant millionaire athlete.
I think it's probably harder. Maybe we have differing opinions on what it means to be happy.
He looks happy to me.
We probably do.
Are you saying perception of reality is not objective? I agree with that as well. Shame we ALL get worked up when someone thinks differently than we do, even though you and I know that it is more likely than not.
I guess I could consider changing my opinion when someone thinks differently than me but then we would both be wrong.
Those swim trunks were a bad fashion choice. A pair of looser fitting board shorts would have been a better call.
Didn't even notice his swim trunks...but you're right...now that I noticed.
Those aren't swimtrunks. They're XXXL loose fitting board shorts. He's just that big.
Awesome quote. This belongs on a wall.
One day I will be remembered among my contemporaries, Aristotle, Bukowski and Delicious Tacos.
SOME FUN WITH BOBAN (the player with the 3rd highest career PER behind Michael Jordan and Lebron James... but who never plays). Boban with the 2 worst wingmen in history. The only way that it works is to actually take the jersey to the bar. I'll be back... (if Dre misses 4 straight free throws in crunch time and Baynes is injured... and the other team hasn't gone small) Walkman logo
With us so far: Only 189 minutes over 28 games, started 0. TS% still decent (.560) and FT% slightly improved (.789) His FTR is down slightly, but he's still drawing fouls at the highest rate on our team, by a lot, way more than even Dre. 21 points, 16.4 boards per 36 minutes. Only 2.6 fouls per 36 minutes. WS/min is #1 on the team, and double our #2 player (Dre) Blk %: #1 on team Tov%: #1 on team Usg%: #2 on team Reb%: #2 on team, barely behind Dre (25.2% vs 25.0%) OReb%: #1 on team PER: 27.0: #1 on team (PER is about the same as last year) ORAT: #1 on team DRAT: #2 on team (but still well behind Dre) Pts/min: #1 on team Spurs played him 2.5 times more than us and they didn't pay him anything. Rhetorical question: what team on Earth besides the Pistons would actively go get a guy and pay him $10MM per year, see him post the best numbers on the team in limited minutes, and then not increase his minutes?
Dear friend, this is looking Darko-esque. Soon you will be telling us about all of the treys he swishes during warmups. He doesn't play because he can't play in transition and he can't run. He is strictly a situational player.
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