This is a discussion on Utah Jazz within the Basketball forums, part of the Sports & Recreation category; Originally Posted by emorain Definitely Not Cool for me.. looks like Cameron Diaz with the Devil's Wings.. Having goosebumps all ...
Kirilenko's massive tattoo should reflect the way he's playing. Unfortunately.
Kung wa maniguwang, wa magpa patik si Kirilenko. Late bloomer?
The 'turrible' Soviet hairstyle defeats his tattoo's purpose of being cool.
^ hahahahaha mao mao... Bad hairdo, the ink does not reflect his personality.. Mao diay wala ko tattoo kay buotan hahahahahaha.
for me its an A grade draft picks. .
i hope they have mins to play . .
they just acquired 2 Williams'..... Mo and Marvin
Turkey NT Head Coach Bogdan Tanjevic criticizes Enes Kanter and Jazz Head Coach Tyrone Corbin
On Enes Kanter not playing on the national team in 2012, Tanjevic said that “He is a great talent and we miss him a lot. He decided not to join us but honestly, he needs us more than we need him. He has not played or trained with us in the past three years. I [also] had to replace [Kerem] Gonlum, who was on holiday with his family. Without Kanter, it will be a little more difficult but I think we’ll be able to get into EuroBasket 2013.”
But Tanjevic also sees a problem with dependence on NBA stars at all – namely, the coaches. Was he surprised when Kanter declined to play with Team Turkey? “I’m not surprised at all … America is the perfect place to lose your head (). Firstly, because the coaches [there] do not understand. In the NBA, there are just three or four coaches who have been there for 100 years, making billions and winning trophies. Others are weak. Including [Utah Jazz head coach] Tyrone Corbin…
“I should have told him that I was going him to do a great service by teaching one of its basketball players and he could have earned money on it. But I don’t want to talk to guys who do not know what they are doing. Kanter has forgotten how to play basketball. He will never be a center but he always starts with his back to the basket. As a power forward, this would be devastating. He’s 2.10 meters tall and [could be] the best shooter on the Turkish team, backcourt included. But in the NBA, he never takes a shot.”
SOURCE: BallinEurope, the European Basketball news site » Blog Archive » Tanjevic: