(02-13-2012 02:56 PM)crimedawg47 Wrote: +1 With all this Lin-Sanity all over the boards at different card site's I'm struggling to find anyone opening up and admitting they are the ones BUYING any of these cards. Where are these buyers????
(02-13-2012 03:13 PM)tupark82 Wrote: try playing 5 games in 7 nights after never playing more than 25 minutes a game in your life, while trying to create something for your team every single time down the floor while the entire focus of the opponents are solely on you. you've got to understand the circumstances b4 writing him off because you see some bad stat lines. despite the struggles, he assisted on the final 3 of 4 baskets down the stretch while being able to draw a foul and converting the game winning ft. for all the talk about how rubio outplayed him pg wise, his two turnovers came in the final minute when it mattered the most.
(02-13-2012 03:46 PM)robd5811 Wrote: Lol i see what your saying..but your in the nba this is what you do..theres people 30+ years old doin this and dont blame it on fatigue so im not taking that excuse..the man was being gaurded and his shooting pct was the end result
(02-13-2012 03:25 PM)robd5811 Wrote: Ok so who are you comparing lin to? Is he one of the top 5 pg in the league? People are deff paying for his cards like he is..he has multiple turnovers every game 24 shots in a game shooting 33% this guy is buying into his own hype...hes trying to do way too much that he isnt capable of doing..the one time he goes up against a top pg he gets shut down..they say rubio shot the same pct but he knows his position he only took 15..all i can say is time will tell
(02-13-2012 03:54 PM)xstreaminsanity Wrote: He was being guarded and it may have attributed some to the lower shooting percentage. Not knowing your history with playing any sport or basketball for that matter, but there's a huge difference in fatigue when you go from playing 15 sparing minutes again (maybe three stints of about 5 minutes) to playing 30+ minutes a game, sometimes the entire quarter. Someone who is 20 could have the same hard time adjusting to the change as someone who's 30. But yes, Rubio and the wolves may have had some affect on his shooting percentage, but I don't think those were the only reasons. And I'm not saying fatigue was the biggest reason either, I would say it is an equal reason to Rubio maybe. Honestly, the only person who knows that is Lin. But I will say, if he drops 40 (not likely, just speculating) on the Raptors tomorrow, the hype will get even crazier.
(02-13-2012 04:19 PM)robd5811 Wrote: Ive balled my whole life im 28 now and when i was 20 fatigue was minute compared to now..so you must be in your 50s if one game does that to you