cladden wrote:ReginaldLewis wrote:[quote="Trolloc"
Ive been to numerous games and Im sick of the " dont put the white guy in the game" comments coming from the fans around me...its just f*cking lame.
Cant imagine what the crowd around me would do if i said the same about a black player.
Are you feeling sorry for Dunleavy because he is a minority for once in his life? I'm the only black at my job and cannnot get promoted because I don't project the corporate image. Feel sorry for me, I'm not a multi-millionaire like Mikey. So let's don't start with the white boy crap again. It has nothing to do with his race. He's just not very good. Even a blind pig finds an acorn every now and then.
I hate Dunleavy the same way I hated Johnny LeMaster on the Giants years ago. I hate the way we HAVE TO play him to justify his #3 selection. I hate his new contract. I hate the way he always try to take a charging foul instead of playing defense. I hate the way he rags on his team mates. I hate we traded Antawn Jamison so Mikey could start. I hate the Barnett and Fitzgerald kisses his ass all the time.
I can relate to your hate for Dun but taking charges is just about the only thing he's good at. He's so frail that his charges look really realistic. In my book that's his number one skill. :-)
I find it hilarious how Fitz struggles to keep his stance on the charging rule while still defending Dun in every way.[/quote]
Nobody on this board feels sorry for Dunleavy. If anything, he, Dunleavy has been the board's resident whipping boy (maybe for good reason).
Every Warrior fan wants to see the team and individual players do well; however, it appears that Dunleavy may not have the skills nor the desire necessary to succeed in the NBA. It was not his fault that he was drafted #3 nor that Mullin decided to go with him instead of Jameson. It is Dunleavy's fault for not improving his game and for his whining and complaining attitude.
Dunleavy's last chance may be to effectively run the offense from the point power forward position in Nelson's offense. Other than that, Dunleavy is truly awful.