Its kinda better when new members just stay in the game thread because you guys really don't know how to handle yourselves when theres information that doesn't support your argument.
For example, check out this cool Carmelo stat:
Shots attempted with under 24 seconds left in 4th quarter or ot trailing by two or less in regular season and playoffs (from 00-01 season until now)
Carmelo Anthony - 51% (25 for 49)
Chris Paul - 41% (13 for 32)
Dirk Nowitzki - 36% (21 for 59)
Ray Allen - 35% (21 for 60)
LeBron James - 31% (21 for 68)
Vince carter - 30% (22 for 73)
Kobe Bryant - 30% (31 for 103)
Dwayne wade - 27% (15 for 56)
Joe Johnson - 26% (17 for 65)
Derrick Rose - 25% (8 for 32)
Kevin Durant - 24% (11 for 45)
Carmelo is in a class in his own.
I got information that supports both sides of the argument. Yet, you guys have this weak agenda that you won't let ago.
Learn to accept the facts instead of cry...and don't take my language as insulting, I'm simply just saying this because I'm left with nothing else.
and Durant is 6"10 with extremely long arms and skill...he can be as effective at the rim as any SF in the NBA, and his stats prove that and over Carmelo also. If you're trying to take that away from him with something you can't prove, then shame on you.
Be a man and learn how to cook. You seem to be the fat guy at the table waiting for mommy to serve his plate.
Think for yourself, be critical minded, create your own ideas. This is how you separate yourself from the rest.
Dude didn't even know where to start or finish.
To be honest, you guys suck.
I'll just debate this against myself.
"Carmelo's production is identical to Glen Robinson if you check the research"
"But Melo is so clutch, check out this video"
Be cool guys, you're lameness killed the thread. It could of been an all time classic thread, but no one has a strong argument to work with here....or has the balls to accept the information presented to them.
I support Carmelo Anthony because he's a Knick.
I am also a critical fan so I can't hide my honesty on how he's playing, whether is good or bad.