And you are guilty of not reading my posts as it is YOU who keep's putting words in my mouth. I have never argued that Gallo would become "an all-star or even a top flight player". He has shown flashes of brilliance, yes, and I all I'm arguing for is to not give up on him. I don't know how you can call me "delusional" for giving him a chance.
I gave up on Chandler too early and I regret it and am glad I was wrong. He was inconsistent, like Gallo, disappeared from games, like Gallo, had excruciatingly bad shooting games, like Gallo, settled too much for the 3, like Gallo, and many thought he had reached his ceiling and would never improve, like Gallo. Isn't possible for you to be wrong too? How can you make judgements after less than a year and a half? If we had done that with Chandler, he would be on another team right now. I'm not ready to give up on Randolph either, and he's not even playing.
And I disagree, I don't think Gallo has lost more games for us than he's won. Statements like these make me believe you have hated him from the beginning.
During our 3-8 slump, Gallo was benched for large portions of these games because he was shooting poorly. But during this winning streak he has been playing very well and has been a major contributor to our current winning record. Inconsistent at times, yes, but he hasn't lost any games for us. I don't know how a so-called objective observer of this season can argue any different.
If you have been objective in previous threads, then I apologize. I don't keep track of everyone's stance on every subject. The overwhelming majority of people that hate Gallo made up their mind from day one and have never watched Gallo play with any fairness whatsoever.