Big dunks are exciting, but thats not the only reason.Originally posted by JetsD-Mastermind+Feb 15 2004, 08:22 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (JetsD-Mastermind @ Feb 15 2004, 08:22 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>Originally posted by -C Mart@Feb 15 2004, 07:46 PM
Originally posted by -JetsD-Mastermind@Feb 15 2004, 07:24 PM
<!--QuoteBegin--TomShane@Feb 15 2004, 07:09 PM
This one is shady.
Tim Thomas is a talented guy who has never, ever come close to putting it together. He can hit the 3, he can handle, he can post up, but he never knows when or why he should do it. He's a mess out there on the court at times, makes himself a defensive liability and basically needs to go back to college to learn how to play the game of basketball. He may be the one player that you wouldn't trade VanPoontang for.
Mohammed can be a player, but he needs someone to drive their foot into his ass EVERY day. FOr about a 30 game stretch last season, he was one of the top centers in the West. He has more upside than Doleac, so, IMO< it's a good trade.
Tim Thomas is better then you describe him as.
The guy can be exciting to watch, and is more consistant than Vanhorn.
The Knicks have been missing someone who dunks big since Spre was traded.
Thomas can dunk like a mad man.
He's also has more attitude than Vanhorn and more of a mean streak.
I'll take Thomas over Vanhorn.
Mohammad has the ability to put up 10 points and 10 boards a night, and be a defensive presence. Also he's young.
Dunks? That makes him good? Dunks don't win games.
He has talent, but very inconsistent.
Also, Thomas has more attitude than Vanhorn, and isn't a softy.
All in all Thomas is a better fit and a better player. [/b][/quote]
If your head was a pinata, we'd all be getting ready for a sh*t-shower right now.
I cannot even in good faith give you the sausage. That is how far down on the sausage totem-pole you have slid.