It is a widely known fact that Kyrie Irving is delusional. He was a man of men when he walked among them unvaccinated. HI think the Earth is flat, and the NBA has figured it out even though he’s basically a loser without LeBron James. However, when he said he would continue to “manage” the Nets franchise alongside Kevin Durant, Joe Tsai owner, and GM Sean Marks after being knocked out of the first round of the playoffs, he did. correct.
The team will placate Irving as long as Durant says so. The Era of Player Empowerment is good in theory and offers a lot of storyline, but a never-ending news cycle of unhappy players who are unhappy despite what they get. they really want to be tired. You threw a match to keep DeAndre Jordan’s body instead of Jarrett Allen, now you have to live with the consequences. Can’t we go back to a time when all we had to be angry about were teams operating like blood-sucking businessmen?
Join the NFL, a league that still don’t care what their star quarterbacks think when trading their favorite targets. The first round of the draft delivered some great deals and better ambiguous responses. Marquise Recipients’Hollywood’ Brown was traded to Arizona, and Lamar Jackson lost. He retweeted an equally obnoxious Raven fan.
Then he just posted “Wtf” when Tyler Linderbaum was ranked at number 25. Jackson later clarified his new non-central cursing of the acronym, but I think everyone knows what he’s referring to. The NFL’s main office is mercilessly playing with Nick-Saban every season, and occasionally during the season.
On the other end of the spectrum, Cardinal QB Kyler Murray seemed overjoyed at the news of a reunion with his former Oklahoma Sooner target.
Delivering a relatively risk-free wide receiver is probably the most appease an NFL team would do. Do you remember when Tom Brady thought he can retire and then join the Dolphins once The Bucs let him go, but Tampa found out and said, “Fuck, if you’re playing, you’re playing for us”? He could call a few shots with the Bucs because he’s the greatest quarterback of all time, and even then the team is still under contract.
Pats fans completely sided with Brady in his power struggle with Bill Belichick. However, Hoodie seemed to enjoy casting a child’s favorite toy into the bonfire.
The only people who believe Aaron Rodgers is the greatest QB ever are the Packers fans, but their own franchise has started sending his lineup recommendations to the trash, which isn’t a bad idea. (Randall Cobb and Aaron Rodgers were the last people on Earth to think Cobb wasn’t washed.)
Here’s everyone’s favorite soccer player – who certainly never overreacted to the Packers and took them hostage when asked for – on the Pat McAfee Show on draft day reacting to the Davante trading team Adams.
“It was a bit of a surprise for Davante – obviously when I made my decision I was still thinking he would come back. I’ve been very honest with him about my plans and future and where I see my career going, and how many years I want to play. But I feel like he’s coming back, obviously not but I have so much love for ‘Tae and appreciate the time we spent together and definitely wish him the best Derek [Carr] in Vegas. But it’s a big hole that needs to be filled.”
Can we bottle that despair and sell it? Bear fans will bathe in it. Rodgers choosing to bring up his complaints on Draft Day is nothing new, and my guess is that Green Bay is not surprised and unconcerned. “Fantastic, man, you said you would be back, so let’s make the commercials catchy and quiet while we run the team.”
And wait until you read what Ryan Tannehill has to say about the Titans moving his best target in AJ Brown to Philly. … You? What’s happening? I thought we had a reaction tweet? … What is that? Tannehill sucks and nobody cares what he thinks? That may sound a bit harsh, but I’ll allow it.
I don’t know why I see such blatant disregard for QB’s refreshing sensation, but it’s like an olfactory response to a pizzeria you’ve never been to.
Maybe it’s because I’m a pro and always root for them, so when bad team management happens, I instinctively want to blame the GM or the executive chairman. Now, I have to account for a player’s influence when criticizing them instead of just their game, and breaking LeBron’s acquisitions as if he were goddamn Brian Cashman makes me want to move into the field. accounting field.
Or it could be that it’s hilarious to watch millionaire athletes throw the ball in a jumble.
Sorry, I finished shouting at the TV. I would go back to the occasional nap and wonder who was chosen every now and then, grunting approval or disapproval, then nodding again.