"If he continues to talk/complain after fouls, I'll take his playing time away."
I'd listen to it again....he talked about P's turnovers a lot and how he's not playing in the system.....podcast will be up in about 10 minutes.
I'm w/ Matt on this. Listened to the podcasts - VERY strong words by DA about P - Rarely hear these types of comments publicly by the coaching staff.
P needs to settle down, play w/ in the system and he will excel. A TO here or there if a player is trying hard, putting in the effort on the defensive end, will not put a player in DA's doghouse. Complaining about every foul called, getting T'd up due to frustration, playing loose w/ the ball - things that we see happening during games - will not be tolerated by the coaching staff. DA clearly said that P will have to make a decision, and all that he (DA) can do is not play P.
Maybe he's too athletic for their system.
Thanks for the clarification as well 13. Really appreciate it.
I guess it's just that when you hear Cory didn't come back because of Taylor you assume it's Taylors fault just because his off the court problems. I never had a clue it was Cory's problem!!
I know...Mike T did some really stupid things when he was here, and nobody can argue that. But he was actually a very nice kid and a good friend/teammate. Just because you do bad things sometimes, doesn't mean you're a bad person. And I forgot to mention that he was absolutely HILARIOUS!
I guess I think of a "Good Teammate" as a guy that puts the team first and keeps himself out of trouble. If he gets susopended or gets kicked off the team he does the team nothing but harm. That's what he did. Rashon Clark is a "good Teammate"
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