Suns hold on 111-105, Wolves lose 16t...

Suns hold on 111-105, Wolves lose 16th straight

There are 4 comments on the story from Mar 28, 2010, titled Suns hold on 111-105, Wolves lose 16th straight. In it, reports that:

Steve Nash's back was bothering him, so much so that the Phoenix Suns almost had to play without their slick-passing, floppy-haired front man.

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Sparkling Wiggles

Hopkins, MN

#1 Mar 29, 2010
Does anybody even care about the Wolves anymore?
Lew Alcinder aka Kareem

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Mar 29, 2010
They just need a billion dollar taxpayer paid venue to play in and everything will be fine.
The Hard Truth

Northome, MN

#3 Mar 29, 2010
No one's reading, no one's watching. So, why am I writing? Because only an outsider can get past the blindness that is natural when one makes a wrong decision and then insists on defending it, which is what Mr. Kahn, Mr. Rambis, and Mr. Taylor are doing with Jonny Flynn. Simply put, all of you men who make more in a year than I'll make in a lifetime, Mr. Flynn is no NBA point guard.

I know you think you know better, and that I'm just one more frustrated and disgruntled fan. But don't discount my perspective because it comes from the unwashed masses. Instead, consider the blindness of which I speak. It afflicts professionals in all positions. We'll stick only to sports here, but let me give you just a few local examples. We all know the Foye/Roy blindness and the Tarvaris Jackson blindness. But there also is the Darren Nelson/Marcus Allen blindness. Minds as good as yours spent years trying to tell themselves and sell us on the idea that Nelson was a better all-purpose back than Marcus Allen, when all we needed to do was use our eyes.

You are now telling us that Jonny Flynn is a future high quality NBA point guard, and that we should just shut our pie-holes because you know better and we are just the amateurs.

Sorry, guys. Your investment has blinded you to what anyone on the outside can see. He's not going to cut it.

Let me put it in terms you can understand: could you trade him today for the 6th pick in this year's draft?

If you guys are as smart as you want to believe you are, you need to open your eyes to what this man can and can't be.

Good luck on having the scales fall from your eyes.

“Wher's dem turkey necks?”

Since: Dec 08

Palm Desert, CA

#4 Mar 29, 2010
Watch out New Jersey, the Wolves are making a late season run at being the worst team in the NBA.

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