sixer escribió: Y ojo que dicen que Okafor está bastante más delgado, a ver si nos da una sorpresa y todo
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1. Philadelphia 76ers: Markelle Fultz
Jonathan Tjarks: I really wanted to not take Fultz here since he got injured, but the guy is too great a basketball player not to go first. I’m still all in on Markelle, though I do think the leadership concerns around him are legitimate. I talked to someone in the Philly organization who said Dario Saric was the leader of its young core, that he was one of the nicest and hardest-working guys he had ever been around. It makes sense when you consider all the whispers about Ben Simmons and what a goofball Joel Embiid tends to be. Kevin, you’re pretty big into character stuff; have you heard anything about Fultz off the court? His refusal to smile in pictures is weird.
Kevin O’Connor: This is a true story: I was sitting close to the Sixers bench during their game against the Lakers on Wednesday at Thomas & Mack Center. Sometime in the second half, there was a kiss cam on the Jumbotron. I noticed Fultz was watching, so I locked my eyes on him to see if he’d focus back onto his coaches. He only periodically turned his head toward the huddle, instead focusing primarily on the kiss cam. There were people around the stadium laughing — but Fultz stayed straight. I kid you not. He didn’t once smile, smirk, chuckle, giggle, or laugh. Seeing Fultz smile would’ve been like spotting Bigfoot.
I don’t think it’s a big deal, though it would’ve been nice to see full attentiveness from him in what was a close game. But the whole smiling thing is just good fun when he’s juxtaposed with the always-beaming Embiid. Fultz might not be as mature as players like De’Aaron Fox or Donovan Mitchell, but I doubt he will clash with either Embiid or Simmons. If anything, Embiid’s and Fultz’s demeanors complement each other. I have other thoughts on Philly’s locker-room chemistry, but we’ll save ’em for another day.
The first high schooler to go No. 1 in an NBA draft still managed to clock in 12 NBA seasons. He blames the premature end to his career on an injury he sustained as a 76er. “I had what’s called an avulsion fracture where the hamstring tears a piece of the bone away,” says Brown. “They were working me out every day, but they misdiagnosed me. They told me I had a mild hamstring injury. I was icing when I should’ve had surgery to pin it back.”
Sounds like a lawsuit. “Nah, you’re not going to win with big corporations like that,” Brown says.
ManiacRR escribió:Recordad, teneis 30 partidos en la RS contra equipos del Este, de los cuales 13 estan compitiendo por una plaza de PO...
darka escribió:ManiacRR escribió:Recordad, teneis 30 partidos en la RS contra equipos del Este, de los cuales 13 estan compitiendo por una plaza de PO...
Maniac vamos a ser serios.....
¿Knicks Con Ntilikina, y Ron Baker de bases, Chicago en plena reconstrucción, Indiana con Myles Turner de jugador referencia, Atlanta sin Milsapp, Brooklyn y Orlando por qué van a competir exactamente?
No hay posibilidad si Embiid está sano de que seamos peores que todos estos equipos que cito arriba.
Los equipos con los que nos veo más emparejados son Detroit y Charlotte y Milwaukee.
Bias escribió:El récord del equipo depende de la salud de Embiid
Si juega más del 80% se pasan de las 40 y se juegan los playoffs.
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