Tuesday, June 24, 2008

McHale: For the Love of God

Draft O.J. Mayo on Thursday evening. He is awesome, he's a sure-fire future star, and please go against rumors I've been hearing about you wanting to trade down. It completely backfired when you traded Brandon Roy for Randy Foye, as it backfired even worse when you traded Ray Allen for Marbury. Please, moron, learn your lesson already and keep the 3rd pick, and make sure you use that pick on Mayo.


Mr. McHale, if you f**k this up, I will boycott the Timberwolves until you are no longer with the organization.
Todays Star Tribune most read stories...look at number one - priceless headline.

9 comments:

TwinsWin83 said...

Haha. Well said. I'll back that boycott as well.

Daymonster said...

Speaking of the NBA

Shaq Rap

Nick N. said...

Mayo is awful and will be a complete bust as a pro. He's prima donna of the Sebastian Telfair ilk and has few skills outside of a good three-point stroke. It's rare that you see a college "star" with as pathetic a turnover/assist ratio as his.

Holmer said...

Then who genius? You can't berate markie's pick without putting somebody else in it's place.

bizmarkie507 said...

just a few skills? come on dude. He's got great height (which the wolves desperately lack) would instantly become the best slasher on our team, and plays great defense. He's been getting national attention since the 7th grade. Going with Lopez or a Kevin Love would help address a need, but this team sucks too badly to go with need as opposed to BPA. Lopez and Love will probably be solid NBA players, but they don't have that same star potential as Mayo. Teams simply don't win championships unless you have at least two stars on the team (McCants and Foye aren't and won't be stars)

Outside of Beasley and Rose, Mayo gives you the best star potential.

TwinsWin83 said...

Im with Wuturs. After Beasley and Rose he is the biggest name in the draft and will bring in plenty of fans to the Target Center in 2008-09.'

Who else? And why? Cause I dont see it right now.

soup said...

It almost always backfires when a team takes a mediocre center over a possible star. Sam Bowie in front of Michael Jordan is probably the biggest example.

the thing that scares me about Mayo is I think he could become unhappy in Minnesota quickly. He is going to demand a trade to the west or east coast within two years.

But Mayo is still totally the right pick.

brex said...

Pick Kevin Love

bizmarkie507 said...

god damnit bresnahan!