C-77 wrote:Sit, Can you write an article about my player? I give you full control of my player
Sit wrote:C-77 wrote:Sit, Can you write an article about my player? I give you full control of my player
It will come later in the season. Don't worry.
C-77 wrote:Sit wrote:C-77 wrote:Sit, Can you write an article about my player? I give you full control of my player
It will come later in the season. Don't worry.
AJ: Hello Manfred!
MN: Hello Andrew!
Andrew: We appreciate you coming to here and agreeing to do an interview with us.
Manfred: No problem, especially since I come here anyways. I love your policy of banning soy from your cooking!
Andrew: Oh! You appreciate that!
Manfred: Yes I do, Lets just say that if... never mind that would give Kevin Durant ideas.
Andrew: Ok! Tell us about what your opinion of the state of the NBA right now.
I feel the Stealth are starting to peak right now. They probably don't have much run left unless they pick up a point guard like me. I will say that I hope they dont try to trade or me as I do not want to play with KD. He is an arrogant snob, and the refs dont call a lot of his fouls. I still have a bruise from one of his elbows digging in my back from the last time we met.
I feel sorry for the Kings as I think they already peaked and I don't think they can pull another playoff upset over the Thunder. They may not get a chance If we meet them in the first round. Chara is the only person keeping that team afloat. People like to think that Chara is mean individual but I got to know him over the summer and I would love to have him here in Minnesota. Hint, Hint Management. I think Chara would be the final piece we need.
In the East I feel the Nets have the best chance to upset the Thunder. They have a nice core.
Andrew: Whats your opinion of the rumor saying that players want to go on strike to get a new agreement.
Manfred: What an idiotic idea. I think we players are paid far too much. The players should be happy with what we have. If they want to see what extreme salaries do to a nation they should check out Greece. The players over there don't even get paid anymore due to the nation paying so much out to their current and former workers.
Andrew: Who do you like in the next presidential election?
Manfred: Herman Cain
Andrew: Who do you think will win "Dancing with the stars"
Manfred: Whats that?
Manfred: Actually I prefer America's got talent and Briton's got talent.
Andrew: Cool. Now you said recently that there is some personal news that you would be releasing eventually. When will that occur?
Manfred: Not yet at least. It may be 10 years from now.
Andrew: I hear you like listening to Old Time Radio.
Manfred: Yes, I love those old shows. Jack Benny, The Great Gildersleeve, The Life of Riley, This is your FBI, among many others.
Andrew: Cool. Do you own a collection of shows and if so where did you buy them?
Manfred: Oh I have a large collection. It should be noted that you do not have to buy them as their copyrights have long run out!
Andrew: Well it was good having you here. One more quick question. What is your opinion of how Sit has done in Seattle. Do you think the owners are cool or do you think someone else should own the team.
Manfred: It is my opinion that the Stealth should stay as they are. If they change ownership it would be much harder for us to beat them as they would come down of KD perty hard for his antics. Ty is totally underrated by their owners and while KD is good they treat him like is the king there. That is not good for any team.
Andrew: Well good to have you here. Enjoy your meal!
Manfred: Thank you! Well "I had better be shoveling off." Or "shoveling in" in this case. I need to be at practice in 1 hour.
Sit wrote:Why don't you write us something nice?
C-77 wrote:Sit wrote:Why don't you write us something nice?
No I don't believe I can write something nice.I'll just have to wait for the next chapter then
Exactly what I was about to say...Houndy wrote:I want to.. but I feel lazy
hova- wrote:Sorry, Sit, but I haven't had a lot of time lately. Maybe I can come up with something next week.
EC: Hi Zoilo! You look exhausted, tough practice?
ZR: Yeah, coach was really hard on us today. we've got a lot of kinks to iron out. Practice sessions are few and far in-between that's why the coaching staff really pushes us when they gets a chance.
EC: Hmmm.. Interesting. Anyway, how's it like playing for the C's?
ZR: It's nice to be here. Playing in a franchise with this much history, you can't help but admire the championship banners hanging at the Garden. Plus being in the same team with three future hall-of-famers in KG, Paul and Ray is such a dream come true for me. I just wish that we could get back on track and win more games and at least challenge for that last playoffs spot.
EC: About that, why do you think the team has struggled this season?
ZR: Well It has been awhile since the "Big Three" formed here in Boston and teams around the league probably learned how to contain them plus they aren't getting any younger, they may have lost a step or two. Also the reserves this year, myself included, isn't the same as when they won the championship. But we all gotta stick together and play our hearts out every time we take the court.
EC: I see. You were a starter in Philly a season ago and helped them clinch home court advantage in the first round. why did you decide to sign here in Boston?
ZR: Well, with Elton and Byron leaving the team I weighed my choices whether to re-sign in Philly or accept the Celtics' offer. I decided to come to Boston. As I said earlier, the history of this franchise is a big sell for me. I know the front office will try everything in their power to make this team competitive. And who wouldn't want to be etched in Celtics' history alongside Bill Russell, Larry Bird and all the other greats.
EC: But I'm sure you were aware that you'll be playing behind Rajon Rondo, right?
ZR: Of course, I'm fully aware of that. I know that he runs this team and I'm just here to compliment him. Come to think of it, we both love passing the ball, so when I sub-in for him, it's like nothing really changes. My teammates still get the ball where they want it.
EC: Are you two on good terms?
ZR: We are. We hang-out all the time, play video games, all sort of guy things. Rajon has been my "tour guide" since I came here. But that doesn't mean I won't challenge him for the starting spot, but it's good thing for both of us. We push ourselves and I know it will eventually make us better players. Just some friendly competition.
EC: I guess having a little competition, wouldn't hurt the team. Let's talk about your roots, how does it feel like being the first Filipino to be drafted and play in an NBA team?
ZR: It's a big honor. I know how basketball crazed our country is and I know they are rooting for me. There are far greater Filipino players before me but just didn't have the chance. I'm thankful for my coaches and teammates in Princeton for believing in me and giving me the chance to showcase my abilities.
EC: Last question before we end this, do you think the C's can make it to the playoffs this season?
ZR: I hope so. But whether or not we make it, I assure our fans that we'll give our 110% effort every night.
EC: Well, that's about it. Thanks for the time Zoilo!
ZR: No, Problem man. See you in the games.
Sit wrote:This is what you've all been waiting for. Next chapter coming soon!
hova- wrote:Wow, what a choke by Ty. But Manu is ice-cold. He's like a master out there. It's okay to see that streak ending. Such streak record need to be held by real great teams. By championship teams. (trying to provoke you a bit )
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