Posted in the Tayshaun Prince Forum
#1 Mar 19, 2009
If you watched last night's Houston/Detroit matchup.
You wonder why Detroit wants to keep Tayshaun a member of this team. Ron Artest abused him. It was as if a highschool kid was playing a professional.
In situations like that Tayshaun totally loses his offensive perspective on the game. In essence, he is offensively no good to the Team. When I was playing ball in highschool we called Tayshaun a weak sister. And for lack of a better term that is exactly what he is.
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