Originally Posted by spurssheriff
The agent for Mr. Miami, "I'll sacrifice-everything-to-win-a-title-as-long-as-I'm-well-comensated-for-it," has been alerting teams client Alonzo Mourning is about to become a free agent.
Shocking that ABC's hard-hitting Game 3 halftime feature on the Organ Groaner never mentioned anything like that. http://www.nypost.com/sports/no_way_...ter_vecsey.htm
What's with all this Alonzo hating just because he didn't want to end his career on a loser? I'd love him to be a Spur and if they don't win this year we might have a shot. That refusing to play for a loser is the only thing he's done wrong his whole career- besides that he 's never been a bad teammate or killed his coaches. He's never loafed on the court like so many other loser big men(Nazr or Rasho play as hard as Zo? If you think so you need to put down the pipe.) He's also one of the most charitable NBA players off the court. I'm not very religious but he is and it seems genuine. People hate him more than Punks like Starbury or Sprewell. It's amazing.
Originally Posted by CrackWhore
If you're talking about Nazr/Rasho, I agree. But Nazr is no longer a Spur and Rasho will be relegated to the bench. Although Rasho has a bloated contract, there is the possibility that another team will take him. Hopefully Javtokas will provide some consistency on defense. The worst part about Zo is the fact that he is always on ESPN for being dunked on.
Zo had the highest block per 40 minute rate in the NBA. He gets dunked on a lot because he isn't a coward like a lot of other players in the league. I hate when I see a lot of guys curl up in the fetal position and suck their thumbs when a guy gets ready to dunk because they're afraid to get their feelings hurt. Zo ain't afraid to take a little medicine he stuffed some awesome dunk attempts this year that a lot of guys would've been too cowardly to try for.