Friday, November 28, 2008

Shame On You Allen Iverson

Allen Iverson was the only person who did not show up to practice Thursday morning. It was Thanksgiving so I can understand why he didn't want to show up, but sometimes you have to do things that you don't want to do. Allen Iverson made a poor decision not show up for practice, especially with his reputation. Not showing up for practice is not how you gain the trust of your coaches or teamates. It seems like he would atleast try to make a good impression especially being new to the team. Doesn't seem like A.I changed to much...

2 comments:

John said...

I know everyone must be talking about the Answer missing from practice but you can’t take away anything from what he has done tonight. Simply unbelievable.

Two of my favorite Motor City Rockers, AI and Walter HERRMANN were just superb from the bench. Seems like both of them made a pack while sitting out to go out there and bring the house down.

Given at any chance, I’m happy to see Walter’s progress with the Pistons. It seems like coach CURRY has found the right game plan that really works for him.

I’m a Pistons fan when it comes to the Eastern Conference and I want to seem them topping over the Celtics. With a little bit of help from a player like Walter, I do see every possibility of that happening.

Here is my take on the Pistons/Bucks game, which I would appreciate to hear some feedback from you.

http://mundoalbiceleste.blogspot.com/2008/11/nba-news-another-walter-show-in-palace.html

Amerri said...

I've always been a fan of little A.I. and I don't know a great player who doesn't have some type of quirk, so I can't be mad at him.

As you pointed out, A.I. did a great job coming off the bench against the bucks. I love how he he kept dishing the ball to Walter Herrmann who who knocked down 5 three's. That was phenomenal.

On the other hand, the Pistons have so many weapons that sometimes Walter Herrmann just doesn't get a chance to play. It was fun watching him play against the Bucks though and hopefully he'll have more opportunities like that one.