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Posted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 4:03 pm
by O.G. Broe
ha ha... You didin't answer my questions j rich :!: Don't bother though Ike has answered them instead, funny how he scores 25pts with 8 reb's play's 41 minutes without fouling out and you point out he had 8 to's [-X Ike showed he is capable of staying on the floor and can be a scoring force in Nellie's system but expectantly still has a way's to go being only his second year in the league, first full training camp/preseason and new system to adapt to= Hella stupid to give up on Ike :banghead:

Posted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 5:38 pm
by 32
J-Rich wrote:who else is the offense suppose to run through?

Um... anyone? If there's one thing the Warriors aren't short on, it's scorers. On any given night, Monta Ellis, Dajuan Wagner, or even Anthony Roberson can carry the offensive load for Golden State. Ike is just a damn good player.

You're claiming the offense 'ran through him'. As I recall, he went 6/7 from the field. Monta Ellis (17), Patrick O'Bryant (11), Dajuan Wagner (14), Anthony Roberson (8), Keith McCould (8), and Matt Barnes (8) all had more shot attempts than Ike.

How do you figure the offense ran through him? He had the 3rd least amount of shot attempts on the team (behind only Foyle and Biedrins, who are offensively retarded)!

J-Rich wrote:You also forget the 8 turnouts!!! That is way too many even for two games!!!

I didn't forget about it. In fact, I mentioned in another thread that this is unacceptable... in a regular season game. But preseason? I'm not too worried about.

Posted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 6:59 pm
by J-Rich
It shouldn't be a suprise to see him score that much for! It should be expected for him most nights since Murph is not in the lineup!

Don't worry Ike will have a hard time when regular season starts and when Murphy is back on the floor.

Under Nellie's offense Ike will have a hard time getting his pts since the W's won't slow it down for him...A undersize PF who isn't superquick does not spell success in Nellie's offense!!!

He'll have an average season for 2006-07!!!

Posted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 8:40 pm
by hellkiller
J-Rich wrote:It shouldn't be a suprise to see him score that much for! It should be expected for him most nights since Murph is not in the lineup!

Don't worry Ike will have a hard time when regular season starts and when Murphy is back on the floor.

Under Nellie's offense Ike will have a hard time getting his pts since the W's won't slow it down for him...A undersize PF who isn't superquick does not spell success in Nellie's offense!!!

He'll have an average season for 2006-07!!!

You really got no hope for Ike playing under Nelly.
Your like the only person on this broad that got no hpoe for ike

Posted: Sat Oct 28, 2006 1:10 am
by migya
TMC wrote:For all future "trade Ike" ideas that may be posted in this board:

WE BETTER GET THE F*CKING PAUL PIERCE FOR HIM.

Trade him for potential is just a poor idea. We already have potential in Ike.



I've already made my point to why he should maybe be traded!

For a guy like Paul Pierce.............. :mrgreen: Very funny

Posted: Sat Oct 28, 2006 1:12 am
by migya
#32 wrote:Ike Diogu goes for 25 and 8 in 41 minutes against the Sonics.

Man, all these Diogu trades are looking pretty stupid about now... ::lol:





Want to see this in the real season! If it happens, I take it all back and Nelson likely would have seen what he has in Diogu.

If it doesn't happen - I told you so, the likely would have happened

Posted: Sat Oct 28, 2006 9:24 am
by 32
What you're forgetting , miggy, is that Nelly rotates big men all game long. I guarentee you we'll see a fair rotation of Murph-Dunleavy-Biedrins-Foyle-Ike in the season.

Ike probably won't average over 20 minutes a game... but he'll have plenty of nights where he can shine (as will everyone else).

Besides, I, for one, think Nelly's trying to challenge Ike (like he's doing with Dajuan and Monta). He's trying to get him to work harder.

Posted: Sat Oct 28, 2006 5:10 pm
by O.G. Broe
Exactamoondough :!:

Posted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:05 am
by xbay
#32 wrote:Ike Diogu goes for 25 and 8 in 41 minutes against the Sonics.

Man, all these Diogu trades are looking pretty stupid about now... ::lol:


I guess the more negative talk we say about a player, the better he plays. This opinion DOES NOT include Dunleavy.

Posted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:12 am
by 32
Ike will play well, regardless of how much **** people talk about him.

Posted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 2:42 pm
by JayPat
Not if Nellie benches him!

Posted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 9:36 pm
by 32
Nelly will only bench him if he's playing badly.

Posted: Mon Oct 30, 2006 8:21 am
by PhaNxTasY
i don't think its time to trade ike yet because he can in any given game have the warriors on his back. i remember watching a pistons game where ike litteraly had us. and he got rasheed kinda mad too because he was getting challenged by a rookie hehe :mrgreen:

Posted: Mon Oct 30, 2006 9:01 am
by migya
Like I said - I hope Diogu becomes a star for the team but it is now very unlikely

Posted: Mon Oct 30, 2006 4:05 pm
by 32
migya wrote:Like I said - I hope Diogu becomes a star for the team but it is now very unlikely

Why is that?

Nelly will keep him in the rotation, as shown in the preseason. He's been praising Ike as of late. How do you figure Ike won't get his dues?