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Re: OT: Jaylen Brown IG
« Reply #15 on: June 21, 2019, 11:10:53 PM »

Offline gouki88

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It needs to be said that this IG post by brown was made the same day that this was circulating in the news:

“You can write a whole book on what went wrong because the season was basically a disaster from start to finish,” Mannix recently told Fox Sports Radio. “[Irving’s] relationship with the young players on the roster was awful. Jaylen Brown, he was probably the worst with. I don’t think it was great with Jayson Tatum, and it was awful with Terry Rozier because Terry was supplanted at a position he thought he did enough to win. That created a pretty nasty atmosphere. Kyrie’s leadership skills were lacking, and he failed at it.”

https://boston.cbslocal.com/2019/06/20/details-are-coming-out-about-kyrie-irvings-awful-relationship-with-celtics-young-players/

Also, these young kids got too blinded in their tinted green glasses making it to Game 7 of the ECF. It was anyone's conference- the Pacers for crying out loud nearly took out LeBron.

Everyone gets a fair share of blame- Stevens for mismanaging the team. Ainge for being too self-inflicted on acquiring a center who refuses to play here thus mentally affecting the rest of the team. Wyc for putting too much trust in Ainge and Stevens. Irving and his "toxicity". Hayward and his $120M leg. Rozier and his whining of playing time. Brown and his problem with Hayward's PT. Tatum and his workout with Kobe which caused an inconsistent year 2. Morris and his cold performance. Baynes and his ongoing endless injuries.

The only one who was really innocent was Al Horford. A true veteran he is. And then your cheerleaders who rarely saw the floor.
Hayward gets blame for getting injured?

Why not? $120M, gets injured, spends his offseason playing Fortnite. Comes back the following year to put up like 2 points off the bench most of the time. He's also shown that he can put up 30 points against the Wolves or play well against the 76ers or Pacers. Why can't he do that consistently. No excuses.

Kinda irritating if you ask me, a guy with max money coming off the bench to put up abysmally low numbers.

You can't talk about Jesus Hayward like that.
Who’d have guessed people take issue with hyperbolic and irrational complaints
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Re: OT: Jaylen Brown IG
« Reply #16 on: June 21, 2019, 11:34:36 PM »

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It needs to be said that this IG post by brown was made the same day that this was circulating in the news:

“You can write a whole book on what went wrong because the season was basically a disaster from start to finish,” Mannix recently told Fox Sports Radio. “[Irving’s] relationship with the young players on the roster was awful. Jaylen Brown, he was probably the worst with. I don’t think it was great with Jayson Tatum, and it was awful with Terry Rozier because Terry was supplanted at a position he thought he did enough to win. That created a pretty nasty atmosphere. Kyrie’s leadership skills were lacking, and he failed at it.”

https://boston.cbslocal.com/2019/06/20/details-are-coming-out-about-kyrie-irvings-awful-relationship-with-celtics-young-players/

Also, these young kids got too blinded in their tinted green glasses making it to Game 7 of the ECF. It was anyone's conference- the Pacers for crying out loud nearly took out LeBron.

Everyone gets a fair share of blame- Stevens for mismanaging the team. Ainge for being too self-inflicted on acquiring a center who refuses to play here thus mentally affecting the rest of the team. Wyc for putting too much trust in Ainge and Stevens. Irving and his "toxicity". Hayward and his $120M leg. Rozier and his whining of playing time. Brown and his problem with Hayward's PT. Tatum and his workout with Kobe which caused an inconsistent year 2. Morris and his cold performance. Baynes and his ongoing endless injuries.

The only one who was really innocent was Al Horford. A true veteran he is. And then your cheerleaders who rarely saw the floor.
Hayward gets blame for getting injured?

Why not? $120M, gets injured, spends his offseason playing Fortnite. Comes back the following year to put up like 2 points off the bench most of the time. He's also shown that he can put up 30 points against the Wolves or play well against the 76ers or Pacers. Why can't he do that consistently. No excuses.

Kinda irritating if you ask me, a guy with max money coming off the bench to put up abysmally low numbers.

You can't talk about Jesus Hayward like that.
Who’d have guessed people take issue with hyperbolic and irrational complaints

Inconsistency’s are do to not being fully healed. Bone yes, ligaments not so much. Jackie MacMullen said Hayward always had bags of ice on his foot. Some one else said he took a fall under the basket in the bucks series and he looked rattled after that.

He was sill rehabbing through out the season. Your body doing that are going to have good and bad days. George said it wasn’t till he second full season before he felt right.

Plus when you don’t play for a year it takes a bit before out can get up to speed, like being a rookie again.

Yeah it’s frustrating, but those are reasons he could be inconsistent. After a summer of getting his body and head right and not having to deal with drama of playing Time which I’m sue played into the mental aspect and he’s still that inconsistent, then we should start worrying about Hayward.

Re: OT: Jaylen Brown IG
« Reply #17 on: June 22, 2019, 12:07:54 AM »

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I don't think there's anything surprising about Haywood not being fully back by the end of his second season following a gruesome injury. Not sure he'll get back to where he was, but I still expect improvement over this past season.
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