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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

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Anyone who watched the Duke-LSU game in this year's NCAA Tournament was already aware that J. J. Redick lacked the ability to drive, so I'm not sure what all the fuss is about. Seriously though, whatever it takes to keep this pot-smoking, drunk-driving, poetry-writing crybaby out of a Rockets' uniform is fine with me. Play the character card, Les, if you think it will help persuade the fans. Just don't waste a top-10 pick on a sissified Jim Les. Redick's a one-dimensional prima donna with a substance abuse problem. If you think that describes your first-round pick, then look at Patrick Kennedy or Whitney Houston. At least it would be original.


Blogger Ted Bosquez said...

Good God! Tell me the Rockets aren't seriously considering taking this overrated, crybaby punk.

He may have had an army of players setting pick after pick for him to throw up a shot while at Duke, but that game won't translate for his "call the foul or I will take my ball home" game at the NBA level.

I could not imagine living in the same town with this piece of human trash. What the hell is happening to Houston professional sports? Are chimps guiding the ship or what?

Tue Jun 13, 12:12:00 PM  
Blogger Scott said...

Chad Ford continues to match the Rockets up with Redick in his mock drafts, though I've never been overly impressed with his accuracy or analysis. As I've posted here before, I think a bruising 4 like Shelden Williams or an athletic 2/3like Rodney Carney or Ronnie Brewer would be a much wiser pick that Langdon...errr...Redick.

Tue Jun 13, 01:10:00 PM  
Blogger Tim said...

I could always use another drinking buddy, so J.J. to the Rockets is fine by me.

Tue Jun 13, 01:13:00 PM  
Blogger Ted Bosquez said...

Tim - Will Rudy T be joining you guys as well at the ole' watering hole? I bet Warren Moon would be up for it as well if you could pry him away from the old punching bag (aka his wife).

Tue Jun 13, 01:31:00 PM  
Blogger Tim said...

Rudy T joining me for a drink? Funny. Domestic abuse? Not funny. Ted's inability to delete his earlier comment, thus allowing someone (read: me) to bring up his "pro abuse" stance at a press conference during his future political career? Freaking hysterical.

Tue Jun 13, 03:17:00 PM  

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