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Old 02-16-2013, 04:38 PM   #39
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Default Re: The return of Sonny Weems

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Originally Posted by Euroleague



And once again, Llull is way more athletic than Farmar is. Llull isn't the best play maker around, and not very good basketball IQ, but one thing is for damn sure - he is an absolute freak athlete. Jordan Farmar is certainly very athletic, but he's not anywhere on Llull's level. Llull is a total beat of an athlete.

He would have zero worry about "being scared" of anyone in the NBA due to athletic issues. The guy is a tremendous athlete.

And once again, Jordan Farmar didn't block Llull. He blocked Sergio Rodriguez. It's fascinating that you can't figure this out, considering you claim to be a New York Knicks fan, and that this same player, Sergio Rodriguez, played for the New York Knicks.

One more thing genius. You claim to be a big NBA fan.....yet you don't even know that his name is spelled Farmar, not "Farmer". The guy was in the rotation of 2 NBA championship teams. A "big NBA fan" would know how to spell the name of a quite well known NBA player like Farmar.

Besides, Farmar was a 6th man in the NBA. So you are even trying to distort that, by just calling him a "backup", implying he was some bench scrub that never played more than 8-12 minutes a game.

If you look at Farmar's stats, you will see for Championship Laker's teams he was on in 08-09 and 09-10 he averaged 13 mpg in their playoff run so far from being their sixth man.

http://www.nba.com/playerfile/jordan...eer_stats.html

Here are the stats from the Laker's championship team in 2010 which was basically the same as in 2009.

http://www.basketball-reference.com/...yoffs_per_game

As you see during their playoff run he was their 8th man, not a 6th (first off the bench) man.
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