egbunu and stokes????

Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by appgator, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. madgator

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    he's stretched out.....put that arm down and the rolls will reveal themselves. Along with the man boobs

    but I can't apologize for being more on the Ray Allen body type than the Glen Davis type:cool:
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    Haha no he didn't.
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    He's a big man. Look at his shoulders. He makes Ray Allen look like a child. Can't believe we're even having this discussion because you can't name a truly fat NBA player.
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    For an individual in his 20's that is routinely burning 1,500-2,000 calories a day, that is fat. I'm not saying he's not a big man otherwise (same thing I was saying about Stokes) but he is definitely a soft body who took his team to the final 4 as SEC player of the year, was a first round draft pick and had a nice 8 year NBA career
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    Not sure why you're giving me a retired player's resume, he got drafted in the 2nd round btw. I know it's possible to play as a big bodied player, but the odds are heavily against Stokes ever playing much if he doesn't make serious changes to his diet. The ACL tear should be a warning sign to me to lose some weight but it doesn't look like he's losing any weight.
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    It is utterly absurd to state that being 40-60 lbs. overweight does not add a lot of stress to the knees and make it much more likely that knee injuries would occur. Come on.....it is simple common sense. Simply absurd.......

    And 40-60 lbs. of useless fat on the body makes it almost impossible to run the court and be an effective player overall. Simply absurd to think otherwise.......

    How about employing a modicum of common sense?!!!!!!
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