Is It Me Or NYC Has Alot Of Underachievers???
In the past 10-15 yrs alot of nyc guys havent been living up to the hype. I remember when i was younger and seeing guys like omar cook, lenny cooke, erick barkley, chris taft, bassy and thinking these guys are gonna have awesome careers in the nba. Any other cant miss nyc prospects that aint live up to their hype??? Im only 21 so these are the guys i remember
Yes your right there have been a lot of underachievers why? maybe because these players rode the Hype and failed to work hard both on their game and some on their attitudes as well. They blew past players in hs, used their athletcism in college, and didn't realize the nba is a whole different game and players are just as fast,quick, bigger,stronger, and athlethic as they are. they took advantage of their ability and all the attention they gained went to their heads. sadly thats the truth
I didnt put lance cause he's still my age and i believe he will pull it together... And if you were to give him the opportunity to play he'd be puttin up very decent numbers.
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