Chris Webber: Playing Nelson that muc...

Chris Webber: Playing Nelson that much was a mistake

There are 25 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Jun 4, 2009, titled Chris Webber: Playing Nelson that much was a mistake. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

Experience counts and bringing back an injured guy who hasn't been part of a playoff run for the finals doesn't work according to Chris Webber .

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Mark19

AOL

#22 Jun 5, 2009
Wow.... one loss and everybody jumps on the Magic. We played one bad game. Jameer is the point guard of our future. If he is healthy, he is going to play. If we win game 2, all this talk about Jameer playing will be pointless. Quit panicking. GO MAGIC!!!
Lester

AOL

#23 Jun 5, 2009
I, would not blame the 100to 75 score on the minutes Nelson , play. The coach probably could have play him a few minutes less,as his first game in four months, but I, think the outcome would be the same,Nelson ,did not make the team lost by 25 points.
Lester
STAN VAN GUMBY

Orlando, FL

#24 Jun 5, 2009
The mistake I made was bringing in Jameer before we were desperate. Maybe I should have waited until Game 3, when the home crowd would have exploded. That could have won us the series. In L.A., I just pissed him away...
Black Bolt

Astor, FL

#25 Jun 5, 2009
Howard: Defensive Player of the year
Webber: Calls bad time outs

Howard: In the Finals
Webber: As always, watching the Finals

Howard: League leader in rebs and blks
Webber: Um, what did he ever lead in?

STFU Webber, it's obvious that you and the rest of the media are on Kobe's dick. Magic will surprise all the naysayers, don't base a series on one bad game. Didn't Miami come back from 0-2 hole in the Finals a few years ago? Remember when san Antonio got waxed in Game 1 a few years ago only to come back and win the title? The Magic are there for a reason, more than Webber's Sac Queens could ever do.
RePERVlican Family Values

Orlando, FL

#26 Jun 9, 2009
Black Bolt wrote:
Howard: Defensive Player of the year
Webber: Calls bad time outs
Howard: In the Finals
Webber: As always, watching the Finals
Howard: League leader in rebs and blks
Webber: Um, what did he ever lead in?
STFU Webber, it's obvious that you and the rest of the media are on Kobe's dick. Magic will surprise all the naysayers, don't base a series on one bad game. Didn't Miami come back from 0-2 hole in the Finals a few years ago? Remember when san Antonio got waxed in Game 1 a few years ago only to come back and win the title? The Magic are there for a reason, more than Webber's Sac Queens could ever do.
THEY'RE THERE FOR A REASON, ALL RIGHT. THE CELTICS DIDN'T HAVE GARNETT.

Yeow.

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