Tuesday, June 2, 2015

CSG #215: Dempsey and all things Nuggets


Christopher "Don't Call Me Chris" Dempsey joins the show to discuss the NBA Finals and all things Nuggets. Seriously, all things Nuggets. We delve into the coaching search and the Nuggets' silence. The draft and who we like, who we don't, and who is intriguing. 

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2 comments:

  1. I've lost all respect for you Dempsey. Nearly every point You make I disagree with.

    1. The draft.
    The most obvious busts in this draft are Mudiay, and Hezonja. Fact, just because someone has "swag" does not make them a good draft pick. Enjoying the fact that he's hated on his team is not a good thing. Mudiay only averaged 18 points in China, in CHINA! If he was truly that athletically dominant don't you think he would average more points in the league where JR Smith average 35. And what's this about not caring about point guard shooting then turning around and saying I don't like Ty because he can't shoot and I don't like Rondo because he can't shoot. Then you have the gall to suggest that we would trade the 7th pick and Ty Lawson for a veteran player when we're trying to rebuild. Not to mention you think Stanley Johnson, Portingis, Devin Booker, Willie Cauley Stein, and Trey Lyles are all destined to be roleplayers and don't have any star potential. ( I'm making a couple of generalizations to the people that didn't listen to the podcast but I don't really care)

    2. Free agency and trades.
    what's this crap about David Lee. Why would we want to pay him 15 million dollars if we're just going to go through another losing year. And then I find it funny that you laugh at the idea of signing Jeremy Lin when that's more likely.

    3.Coaching situation.
    You think Melvin Hunt going to get the job. it might happen, but I still disagree with you. But the biggest problem I have with this podcast and your opinions in general is the fact you don't care about who the coach is. I am a firm believer in coaching wins championships, not players, coaching. Well its about 50, 50. Some players are good enough to get their team two finals "alone" (really just LeBron). But every grate team needs a great system. The Warriors wouldn't be in the finals without Steve Kerr. The Spurs wouldn't have beat LeBron without Greg Popovich. Michael Jordan wouldn't have won six championships without Phil Jackson. Kobe Bryant wouldn't have won five without Phil Jackson. If you're under the impression that players are more important then coaching you need to change that opinion very quickly.

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  2. I've lost all respect for you Dempsey. Nearly every point You make I disagree with.

    1. The draft.
    The most obvious busts in this draft are Mudiay, and Hezonja. Fact, just because someone has "swag" does not make them a good draft pick. Enjoying the fact that he's hated on his team is not a good thing. Mudiay only averaged 18 points in China, in CHINA! If he was truly that athletically dominant don't you think he would average more points in the league where JR Smith average 35. And what's this about not caring about point guard shooting then turning around and saying I don't like Ty because he can't shoot and I don't like Rondo because he can't shoot. Then you have the gall to suggest that we would trade the 7th pick and Ty Lawson for a veteran player when we're trying to rebuild. Not to mention you think Stanley Johnson, Portingis, Devin Booker, Willie Cauley Stein, and Trey Lyles are all destined to be roleplayers and don't have any star potential. ( I'm making a couple of generalizations to the people that didn't listen to the podcast but I don't really care)

    2. Free agency and trades.
    what's this crap about David Lee. Why would we want to pay him 15 million dollars if we're just going to go through another losing year. And then I find it funny that you laugh at the idea of signing Jeremy Lin when that's more likely.

    3.Coaching situation.
    You think Melvin Hunt going to get the job. it might happen, but I still disagree with you. But the biggest problem I have with this podcast and your opinions in general is the fact you don't care about who the coach is. I am a firm believer in coaching wins championships, not players, coaching. Well its about 50, 50. Some players are good enough to get their team two finals "alone" (really just LeBron). But every grate team needs a great system. The Warriors wouldn't be in the finals without Steve Kerr. The Spurs wouldn't have beat LeBron without Greg Popovich. Michael Jordan wouldn't have won six championships without Phil Jackson. Kobe Bryant wouldn't have won five without Phil Jackson. If you're under the impression that players are more important then coaching you need to change that opinion very quickly.

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