Re: Could Faverani hit these numbers?
posted at 11/9/2013 4:31 PM EST
In response to Fierce34's comment:
Yes, I totally agree with you that Fav is a good Center.
The problem with you is you said a lot of idiotic things even before Fav played a single regular season game.
You said Pressey would be the opening night starter at PG.
Even before the season started, you said Fav is already better than Asik and Fav is already a legit starting NBA Center.
6.8 ppg and 6.2 rpg is not exactly starter material.
And you said Chris Babb would make this team because he's strong blah-blah...
Babb got cut before the season started.
Looks like you're 0-3, wozzy.
You suggested he was a career back up before the season began... wrong. He is already better than Asik and was when he was playing in Europe last year.
Beyond that you've misrepresented everything I said before the season began.
I said Pressey should start but acknowledged Bradley would. And I'm right, if we were playing to win Pressey is the better option at point:
Who will start: Bradley, Lee, Wallace, Sully and Bass.
Who should start if we were playing strictly to win: Pressey, Babb, Wallace, Oly and Faverani.
I said Babb would eventually make this team and acknowledged he might be sent to Maine before that happened, I don't back off this prediction at all, whereas you are too chicken to make a bet I'm wrong.
"Babb might very well be cut or sent down to the D League, he is a project player, but if he learns the intricacies on the NBA he could be a very good to great player one day, he could also make the opening day roster. I don't claim to be the expert that you are."
Just because you take what I say out of context, cut and paste snippets of something I posted without the surrounding text doesn't change what I said, you must really think posters here are too dumb to read.