coltraning wrote:Ya know, they are right. He SUCKS!!! Crawful Chuckford, seflish, motherfucking ball hog!!! Don't bother me with the inconvenient facts...he SUCKS, even if I didn't see the game!!! He is POISON. **** YOU, Crawfil Chuckford and BRING BACK BOBBY SURA WHILe YOU ARE AT IT
Now you're starting to get the hang of it my friend
I found this pic of one of my fellow crawful chuckford haters, someone who REALLY can see the real deal with Crawful Chuckford as he watches the warriors games in braille:
You are a genius Colt, did I ever tell you that. That is fukin hilarious.
Don't think I'm joking either,that pic and statement is funny as mate.
My statements stand though, the team won't win anything with a guy doing most of the shooting
Glad you share my humor, bro! you and I agree on that a team won't win much if one guy is taking all their shots (see Kobet, Lakers, 3 years ago), though if the guy gets 50 points on that kind of shooting, I'll take it every time: I do think that there is some irrational hate for the dude on a night when we, as warriors fans should be celebrating the first 50 point night by a warrior since Jamison in 2001 (and we won as opposed to Jamison's). There are only 4 active players with 3 50 point games and we have one of them. Remember how everyone went nuts over Branda Roy's 52 point game the other night - a model of efficiency, he should have shot more? Well, compare his line with Jamal's and tell me how it is any better?
Brandon Roy, SG 44min 14-27 5-7 3PFG 19-21FT5 5 rebounds 6 assists 52 Points
Jamal Crawford, SG 46 14-26 5-8 3PFG 17-18 FT 2 rebounds 5 assists 1 block
Jamal Crawford scored 50 points Saturday night for the Golden State Warriors. It's the third different team Crawford has played for while scoring 50 points. He's the only active player to have accomplished this, and just the fourth in NBA history.
Jamal Crawford Bulls, Knicks, Warriors
Wilt Chamberlain Warriors, 76ers, Lakers
Bernard King Warriors, Knicks, Bullets
Moses Malone Rockets, Bullets, 76ers
one thinks of the guy, any Warriors fan should be celebrating one of the best offensive performances by a W in a decade.