Good to see Antoine

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    Good to see Antoine

    Good to see Antoine Walker on Sports Tonight last night.  I hope he can land Scal's old gig.  Poor guy.  He looked like he'd been through the wringer.  Hope he lands on his feet and can hang around the game.

     
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    The dude's a degenerate gambler...he lost every penny he ever had, and that was an entire boatload of pennies!

    I heard they're going to call the 1st casino built in MA  "ANTOINE WALKERVILLE"

     
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    NYJETSSUC, give the man a break.   True he lost money gambling.  Many young people who get money too fast can do that.   JOrdan could have done it if he didn't have good people managing his money, unlike Antoine.   Antoine's money loss wasn't just gambling.  Read about him and you'll knw that he tried to invest money into his old poor neighborhood to help rebuild and the partners he selected took the money but never did upgrades while he was off playing ball.  So, he made horrible decisions about who would manage his money and help him invest, but clearly he was trying to invest in his old neighborhood to bring it back.  For that intent, I give him credit.  For his love of the C's, I give him credit.

     
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    NYJETSSUC, give the man a break.   True he lost money gambling.  Many young people who get money too fast can do that.   JOrdan could have done it if he didn't have good people managing his money, unlike Antoine.   Antoine's money loss wasn't just gambling.  Read about him and you'll knw that he tried to invest money into his old poor neighborhood to help rebuild and the partners he selected took the money but never did upgrades while he was off playing ball.  So, he made horrible decisions about who would manage his money and help him invest, but clearly he was trying to invest in his old neighborhood to bring it back.  For that intent, I give him credit.  For his love of the C's, I give him credit.



    If Toine is anything, he's loyal. He was an absolute ironman for this club his entire stay in Boston. I only remember him suffering one injury where he rolled his ankle while playing in Washington (I believe). Was only out for a couple of weeks. Wasn't a fan of his game, but with all the crap he took from the home crowd, he didn't shy away from any of it. Didn't fake an injury or lash out in any way that might have hurt the team (though I do remember him getting into it with someone in the crowd once). He loved to play, and was a very good vocal leader. I just wished he stayed around that rim more often. I thought he was a very, very good rebounder when he concentrated on being one. Which he almost never did. Shame.

     
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    Toine is a degenerate moron...he has NO telent at anything...he's sucking up to the C's looking for any kind of paycheck...if he wanted to start coaching why doesn't he start by asking Rick Petino for a job as an asst. for him? No, he wants to start with a pro team...gimme a break.....

     
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    NYJETSSUC, give the man a break.   True he lost money gambling.  Many young people who get money too fast can do that.   JOrdan could have done it if he didn't have good people managing his money, unlike Antoine.   Antoine's money loss wasn't just gambling.  Read about him and you'll knw that he tried to invest money into his old poor neighborhood to help rebuild and the partners he selected took the money but never did upgrades while he was off playing ball.  So, he made horrible decisions about who would manage his money and help him invest, but clearly he was trying to invest in his old neighborhood to bring it back.  For that intent, I give him credit.  For his love of the C's, I give him credit.

     



    If Toine is anything, he's loyal. He was an absolute ironman for this club his entire stay in Boston. I only remember him suffering one injury where he rolled his ankle while playing in Washington (I believe). Was only out for a couple of weeks. Wasn't a fan of his game, but with all the crap he took from the home crowd, he didn't shy away from any of it. Didn't fake an injury or lash out in any way that might have hurt the team (though I do remember him getting into it with someone in the crowd once). He loved to play, and was a very good vocal leader. I just wished he stayed around that rim more often. I thought he was a very, very good rebounder when he concentrated on being one. Which he almost never did. Shame.

     

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    Rebounder? This primadonna? This is the man that Kenyon Martin drove out of the league because he was so scared of Martin...Rebounder? He was the biggest dink of all big men of all time...

     

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