Augustin’s in a tricky spot, even if he knows it well. He can play with the younger Walker for stretches on a rebuilding team, but we all know they can’t both be part of the long-term plan.
–The Raymond Felton/D.J. Augustin Saga: A Timeline | Hardwood Paroxysm.
The Bobcats have not communicated with me since Monday the eleventh of July, when I got that phone call. There were three things that were said to me during that phone call: Number one, the team is going through an organizational restructuring; number two, my position was eliminated; and number three, that they would like to have me back to call the games when there are games. And that was it.
Tyrus Thomas has been one of the poster children for athletic, gifted players who lack the consistency or mental approach to truly succeed in the league. Think Darius Miles, Lamar Odom (to a certain degree), Josh Smith, Stromile Swift, Jonathan Bender, etc. Those long players between 6’8-6’11 that should be dominating at multiple positions, throwing up triple-doubles and altering our perception of a basketball player.
–They all grow up at some point | Hardwood Paroxysm.