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steph curry what happened to all the love

this kid sucks he is struggling scoring for the warriors in a wide open run and gun offence which is the perfect setting for his alleged skill set BUST, i was getting smashed on this forum for saying that he is over rated i had said brandon jennings and evans where the truth and you guys were all over me.

I hope it works out for the kid because i just want everyone to be succesfull but that was my opinion.


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sucks? r u serious

i still got love for steph, right now he his in a horrible situation. Monta is being a lil &$#%#&@! drama queen, not really looking for steph on offense. if u read an article on this site, they talk about how steph was trying to lift weights all the time, and it was tiring his arms out, which in turn affected his shooting. right now, hes averaging more assists and steals than brandon and tryeke, he has the look and all the makings of a solid pro.

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He'll be all right

He looks like a solid pro with pretty good vision, but his shooting has been off, even if NCAA defenders were to have given him an inch last year he would have took it and drained a three in their faces, I don't see that this year, I've actually seen him miss quite a few open shots he would make at any other point in his career before the League. He's a great shooter though, and will get out of this funk, but that dude has some definite passing skills along with pretty good vision, he'll be fine, just plays for an extremely dysfunctional franchise right now.

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I'm Back!!!

Are yu dumb or you just love to post frivolous things? Read some of the articles on the warriors then look at the whole stat line (not just the PPG) and look at the team make-up... You must be a damn fool if you think he's a bust... Putting up 8 shots a game isn't going to have a huge payoff in your scoring average... Not to mention Ellis doesn't like him and Jack doesn't want to be there... I think he's doing just fine with that team... Chill, he's by far NOT a bust... Especially not right now...

Tyreke Evans isn't playing GREAT basketball he's shooting 35% with the same turnovers as Steph with less assists...

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STRUGGLE SCORING?..HAVE YOU

STRUGGLE SCORING?..HAVE YOU WATCHED THE WARRIORS?..im suprised he scores as much as he does with all the jackers on that team..lets see..morrow,monta,captin jack,azabuke,maggette randolph...on top of having a coach who's mind is on vacation..hes averaging 9 and 5 ast in maybe the worst situation you can be in as a guard in the nba( yes even worst the the clippers since at least eric gordan seems to have a limit on how many shots he wants to take a game)..seems that every rookie ranking seems to think hes doing pretty well since hes ranked in the top 5-10 in each one

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Curry was one the safest bets in this draft, don't doubt him

His lack of scoring does have a lot to do with his lack of shots, but also for the fact that when he was at Davidson he had the green light and would get into that zone of draining shots, that's the unfortunate part of being a College volume shooter, you have to adjust in the NBA to not having that many shots and to be honest he's done a pretty good job of making shots without having to shoot a lot. I'm just surpised to see how bad his John Hollinger PER is, but that's what happens when your a rook on a selfish team like the Warriors, at worst he's Sam Cassel, at best he's Nash, that's a pretty good bet that's he's at least going to be a very good starting PG on a good team, I just don't see that happening on the Warriors as long as Nelson is coaching.

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not a bad comparison..i

not a bad comparison..i actually watched some of there games and saw for my self just how bad things are there..i mean every guard on that team is trying to score 20 or more at the expence of the team..its like they are all playing for contracts..they need to get rid of some of the players( the more i watch monta the more im thinking he migh tbe one of them)..monta isnt as quick as he was before that accident and it shows although hes still pretty quick and his jumper has seemed to regress like he didnt work too much on it during the summer. i saw see if you can get equal or almost equal value for him if not keep him and curry and randolph and andre..keep morrow but you might have to let him go or trade him because i dont think hes gonna be comming off the bench for most of his career although he probably should since right now hes onyl a one trick poney even though that trick is pretty damn good

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I'd love to see Morrow on the Wolves

I like what you got to say Quincey, you got a good basketball mind. I like Morrow alot, and I'm thinking the Warriors might be high enough on Motiejunas that they would trade Morrow to the Wolves with their own pick which is probably in the 5-7 range as long as the Wolves get a Top 3 pick, that's if Nelson think he's the next Nowitzki, I've never seen him play, but he seems like a player Nellie would love, 7 footer with range and a handle. There the Wolves would take Aldrich or even Henson, if they think he could be a SF, that dude is a beast, at the worst he's AK 47, but at his best he could quite possibly turn into the next KG, dude's got mad skills off the dribble and he had at least four or five really good passes off the dribble last night, yes, against inferior competition, but it was hillarious to see him guarding NCCU's SG, Henson is like a pterodactyl out there, he had at least a foot on him. His shot needs work and obviously he needs to add strength, but his skill set, quickness, length, and size make him extremely intriguing, I wouldn't be surprised to see him at #3 next year after Wall and Favors as long as he get more PT.

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Curry is playing smart, he

Curry is playing smart, he is shooting 45% which is very good for a rookie point guard, and avaraging 5.4 assists to 2.3 turnovers with 1.3 steals. From what i've seen, like a lot of you guys said, there just aren't a lot of shots for him. He plays D and tries to distribute, give him time and he'll be fine.

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Smh

So you expect him to worry about scoring when he plays with at least 4 players who could easily score 20 a night? He is playing extremely smart and well especially for the situation hes in. He has heart and the attitude of a season vet.

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yeah i liek henson but i

yeah i liek henson but i think its gonna take him a minute before he becomes a factor..right now he is still learning the college game and he must not be grasping being a small foward just yet other wise roy would be playing him more but hes only a freshman so he has time..hopefully hes smart and stays another year..i do think someone like favors would be a great fit for them( if he plays liek hes expected to this year)

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Curry is is the worst

Curry is is the worst possible situation a rookie point can be in. When the "captains" on your team are selfish prima donnas with a shoot-first-second-and-third mentality, your scoring numbers will suffer. Its nice to see his PG skills developing, averaging over 5 dimes per. As far as what the Warriors should do with their roster, the only keepers would be Curry, Morrow, Randolph, Azabuike, Turiaf, and Biedriens. Add a top-5 or top-8 pick, a veteran free agent and new regime of coach/GM, the Dubs should be OK.

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Curry is is the worst

Curry is is the worst possible situation a rookie point can be in. When the "captains" on your team are selfish prima donnas with a shoot-first-second-and-third mentality, your scoring numbers will suffer. Its nice to see his PG skills developing, averaging over 5 dimes per. As far as what the Warriors should do with their roster, the only keepers would be Curry, Morrow, Randolph, Azabuike, Turiaf, and Biedriens. Add a top-5 or top-8 pick, a veteran free agent and new regime of coach/GM, the Dubs should be OK.

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Lol, he's just not what

Lol, he's just not what people thought he was going to be. He's a point guard who is our best passer. He's playing fine

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he cant be who they thought

he cant be who they thought he was gonn abe ( a better scorer) on that team of black holes

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Wish the wolves would've

Wish the wolves would've taken him instead of Rubio, we need his shooting in Minny more than anything right now! It would've been interesting if the Kings had taken him. Him and Kevin Martin together would be quite the duo.

But really, get Stephen Jackson and Monte out of Golden State. Morrow, Randolph and Curry all have real bright futures that shouldn't be hindered by the play of Jackson and Ellis.

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tuck23 you think this guy is going to be an all star

ok you take hime and i will take jennings. Hell even lawson is playing better and contributing more to a good team.

Jennings has made the bucks better where curry has still kept them irrelevant.

Wait to go you are using lottery picks to draft roll players trust me when they drafted him i dont think they were hoping to have role player whos trying to fit in. You use those picks in hopes of having an impact player and he hasnt shown any signs of that. Look at summer league, pre season and now.

Wheres the evidence at least Evans, jennings and lawson have shown potential and flashes on the NBA level. What has Curry done.

Great players make it happen not watch it happen. and they make those better around them. Like i said i hope it works out but where is the evidence?? Other than scoring/shooting a ton at davidson.

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lol..how has curry made them

lol..how has curry made them irrelevent?..hes not better then jennings but you put him on that nut house of a team and they will still be bad..you put any of those guys on the warriors and see how well they do..you are obviously under estimating how bad things are in golden stat..when you're a rookie and youre on a team wit vets who all want 20 ppg you really think you are gonna be putting up great stats?..hes lucky to be getting the shots he does and yet hes still putting up a very respectable 9pts 2 reb and 5 ast...trheres no other rookie out there that has to deal with what hes dealing wit...lawson has a team of smart vets and good coaching, evans has the green light as well as jennings and flynn curry has a bunch of black holes and angry vets and a mental case for a coach..hes 7th on the team in fg attempted and hes shooting 45percent with a plus 10 eff rating..thats not great but its pretty good..once the teams ships out some of the headcases and get s new coach im pretty sure his numbers will go up across the board

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simos15

Close your mouth son before your father (me!!!) baptize you! First off where in my short 2 paragraphs I said, "I think Curry is going to be an All-star"? Where? And Where did I say ANYTHING about Brandon Jennings? LOL... I just stated FACTS that Curry isn't a bust "NOW"...

AND Now for the Sermon..............

Tyreke Evans is shooting 17 shots a game on 35% shooting and 16% from 3... And he's BALLING? Those aren't REASONABLE numbers... I guess I hit a sore spot with a couple of you bums because my post was a -4... But F U C K that Evans is playing decent not GREAT... If you can't agree to that then start at Springfield, MA... Gain some Knowledge....

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