Re: The Need for Perk
posted at 1/9/2011 4:08 PM EST
In Response to The Need for Perk
[QUOTE]i find it funny that after about 10 games this year, everyone was saying, "we dont need perk, he stinks, shaq is twice as good as perk, we are fine, he doesnt matter, dont wanna see him back." and in the last week and a half, ive seen the complete opposite. i will admit i was torn on who should start when both are happy..but seeing the truth now its clear, CANT WAIT FOR PERK!!
Posted by JamezHill24[/QUOTE]
When Perk was in year 4 he had stone hands, could not participate in the offense, could not make a foul shot, was a complete non-factor unless of course it was proficiency in getting into foul trouble, being a general d ick, p issing about every call, thinking he had never fouled anyone, and convincing Cs fans that he was an important aspect at beating the Magic....... since year 4, ummmm.. he is the same.
He still gets in foul trouble all the time, complains all the time, the difference between his perception if his game and his actual game can be seen from space.
Give me either Lopez, either Gasol, Hibbert, Noah, Howard, and a whole bunch of others and I would be very happy.
Perk gives them another 6 fouls and not a lot more.
What is really odd, on this board there are actually people that upon Perk's retirement there will be a discussion that goes something like this......
Rusell, Wilt, Kareem,.... Perk.... Hakeem, Patrick, Howard, Yao, blah blah blah.....
Simply laughable conversations come on this board and there are some that take them seriously and truly believe their opinions and don't have the ability to step back an look at reality...., like Rondo at the point there are a dozen other centers in the league that would, if exchanged for Perk, the discussion of his need would be irrelevant.