Could this be a red flag for Shabazz? Being selfish?
As you may see, he was clapping because he wants the ball. After the shot was made, he didnt even give any emotion for his team. He didnt even join the celebration.
im pretty sure this has already been posted
Im sorry then mr perfect
We already had a hot conversation right here today.
But this UCLA team is just dysfunctional imo and nothing is really clicking right there.
I would be more concerned that Bazz averages 0.9 apg, 0.7 spg and 0.1 bpg. Aside from scoring he doesn't bring much to the table.
I saw this live and while Drew should have definetly passed it to UCLA's best player Muhammad desperately calling for the ball, I agree this was a little selfish, and he could have gave Drew just a small talk about it in the locker room. Right now he's just playing to improve his draft stock it seems, shooting whenever he wants and trying to impress scouts.
I just created the topic coz I didnt see it in the frontpage. I've search a little and it was in the subforum. Sorry, my bad
Shabazz is a warrior, respect it chumps
Welcome to the forum.
PS: Nice first post!
You'll fit in great here!
thanks! I was real nervous man, I didn't mean to insult anyone. Sometimes as a defense mechanism I like to deflect criticism outwardly before I even receive it, you have made me feel welcome doe
Okay Mr. Jennings, that's how we know you.
I understand clapping for the ball, doing it that much, jumping up and down, and showing no jubilation what so ever after a buzzer beater? Walking back to the lockerroom as your team is celebrating? He just looks like a whiny baby.
His red flag is not being able to create for himself and using his right hand for anything related to basketball.
I got a few negs for saying this but I believe this could cause a team or two to pass on him. Is this the kind of guy you want on your team or would you rather have an unselfish player that doesn't care as long as you win the game? It is 100% okay for him to want the ball and the last shot. I love how he wants to be that player, but not celebrating when your teammate just won the game for you is ridiculous. I personally wouldn't want that type of player on my team.
Between the Lakers UCLA and USC football there is some serious dysfunction going on in Los Angeles, you could even include the Dogers and Angles in there as well.
you mean good ol fashion regular sports without the drama? sounds boring. Oh and you forgot the raiders. Half of us are raider fans still from when they were here.
UCLA and USC underachieving isn't drama, it's just being overrated
this thread is about the potential number 1 pick clapping his hands and not celebrating. The fact ucla won the game is irrelevant. All it is drama.