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April 30, 2008

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Ok this year we get rid of Avery, the last few years before this one, Dirk never has shown up in the playoffs just a regular season guy,but we never want to getrid of him. If Dirk stays he can NOT be the number one guy the number 2 or 3 because the number one guy is their when you need him late games or just taking the game over and he can't and has not done that. Look at other superstars that play through double teams. We had Nash,Jamison,Finley(has a ring) etc their is know one left to put around Dirk and he can't play Defense he is just a score who %70 of the plays are call for.

Avery is out, now what do we do, we did,nt want to trade Dirk for Shaq, Kobe,Garnnett,Mcgrady etc and those guys have Rings and one should get one this year. You can Love Dirk, but now it is time to Love him from a distance. Kobe and Mcgrady are winning with less talent.

you clearly have no clue what you are talking about, dude. i dont even know where to begin...

Folks need quit thinking of Dirk as a superstar and that way they can lower their expectations. He's a nice person, good shooter, hard worker, straight up honest in dealing with the press, etc.,Yada....Yada....Yada. But the hard truth is he is too limited in dimention to be considered more than just a star player. That has been proven. It just ain't fair to judge him for not being able to do more than he has, or, capable of. Take the pressure off him by becoming the 2nd option and he can shine. After saying that, maybe 3rd option would be better. His "teams" will always need a superstar level shooting guard who's seriously quick but productive, take it to the hole and score consistently type,or, score and draw fouls . Abilities to both draw double coverage and escape them will also be on the resume'. He will be dangerously
skilled defensively, also. That's a superstar. A strong low post, back to the basket threat big man with well developed passing prowess and strong defensive abilities within the paint...with the ability to be that 2nd option from there scoring. Then, Dirk can be Dirk, the teaming masses shall forever praise him, any critisms muted, and, the peasantry shall overlook shortcomings along with the history of disappointments past.

Folks need quit thinking of Dirk as a superstar and that way they can lower their expectations. He's a nice person, good shooter, hard worker, straight up honest in dealing with the press, etc.,Yada....Yada....Yada. But the hard truth is he is too limited in dimention to be considered more than just a star player. That has been proven. It just ain't fair to judge him for not being able to do more than he has, or, capable of. Take the pressure off him by becoming the 2nd option and he can shine. After saying that, maybe 3rd option would be better. His "teams" will always need a superstar level shooting guard who's seriously quick but productive, take it to the hole and score consistently type,or, score and draw fouls . Abilities to both draw double coverage and escape them will also be on the resume'. He will be dangerously
skilled defensively, also. That's a superstar. A strong low post, back to the basket threat big man with well developed passing prowess and strong defensive abilities within the paint...with the ability to be that 2nd option from there scoring. Then, Dirk can be Dirk, the teaming masses shall forever praise him, any critisms muted, and, the peasantry shall overlook shortcomings along with the history of disappointments past.

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