James talks the talk, but will it help Sonics to another win?

James talks the talk, but will it help Sonics to another win?

Post by s_knight » Sun, 15 May 2005 07:25:14


http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylc=X3oDMTBpZmFlcXBpBF9TAzk1ODYxOTQ...
N0aA--?slug=ap-spurs-supersonics&prov=ap&type=lgns

SEATTLE (AP) -- Seattle's Jerome James had plenty to say after his 7-for-7
shooting effort in Game 3, stripping away San Antonio's veneer by suggesting
the Spurs aren't worthy of respect.

When it was time on Friday to explain what he meant, the chatty center
wanted some help before putting his tongue in gear.

``Lord Jesus, please work my mouth for me,'' James said before talking to
reporters.

During pregame interviews, James used salty language to express his feelings
about the Spurs. He also promised to get tough: ``Someone's going to hit the
floor tonight,'' he said.

``We have no respect for them now -- none,'' he said.

It didn't take long for the Spurs to hear what James said.

``It's amusing from him,'' Bruce Bowen said. ``Sometimes you get caught up
in the atmosphere of playoffs and you start mouthing off. It shows that some
guys are satisfied with a temporary victory and want to speak as if it's
been going on the whole series.''

 
 
 

James talks the talk, but will it help Sonics to another win?

Post by Jeff Mayne » Sun, 15 May 2005 18:39:51

Quote:

> http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylc=X3oDMTBpZmFlcXBpBF9TAzk1ODYxOTQ...
> N0aA--?slug=ap-spurs-supersonics&prov=ap&type=lgns

> SEATTLE (AP) -- Seattle's Jerome James had plenty to say after his
> 7-for-7 shooting effort in Game 3, stripping away San Antonio's
> veneer by suggesting the Spurs aren't worthy of respect.

> When it was time on Friday to explain what he meant, the chatty center
> wanted some help before putting his tongue in gear.

> ``Lord Jesus, please work my mouth for me,'' James said before
> talking to reporters.

> During pregame interviews, James used salty language to express his
> feelings about the Spurs. He also promised to get tough: ``Someone's
> going to hit the floor tonight,'' he said.

> ``We have no respect for them now -- none,'' he said.

> It didn't take long for the Spurs to hear what James said.

> ``It's amusing from him,'' Bruce Bowen said. ``Sometimes you get
> caught up in the atmosphere of playoffs and you start mouthing off.
> It shows that some guys are satisfied with a temporary victory and
> want to speak as if it's been going on the whole series.''

Sounds like what Bowen was saying last year, just before the Lakers dropped
the hammer.  ;-)

 
 
 

James talks the talk, but will it help Sonics to another win?

Post by Exhibitionis » Sun, 15 May 2005 23:54:58



Quote:
>http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylc=X3oDMTBpZmFlcXBpBF9TAzk1ODYxOTQ...
>N0aA--?slug=ap-spurs-supersonics&prov=ap&type=lgns

>SEATTLE (AP) -- Seattle's Jerome James had plenty to say after his 7-for-7
>shooting effort in Game 3, stripping away San Antonio's veneer by suggesting
>the Spurs aren't worthy of respect.

>When it was time on Friday to explain what he meant, the chatty center
>wanted some help before putting his tongue in gear.

>``Lord Jesus, please work my mouth for me,'' James said before talking to
>reporters.

>During pregame interviews, James used salty language to express his feelings
>about the Spurs. He also promised to get tough: ``Someone's going to hit the
>floor tonight,'' he said.

>``We have no respect for them now -- none,'' he said.

>It didn't take long for the Spurs to hear what James said.

>``It's amusing from him,'' Bruce Bowen said. ``Sometimes you get caught up
>in the atmosphere of playoffs and you start mouthing off. It shows that some
>guys are satisfied with a temporary victory and want to speak as if it's
>been going on the whole series.''

What impressed me most about James shooting was the incredible skill
he displayed.   Why, some of his shots were from over half a
millimeter away!   Amazing!
When the idiot can do anything more than dunk the ball, he can talk.

 
 
 

James talks the talk, but will it help Sonics to another win?

Post by Exhibitionis » Mon, 16 May 2005 01:06:27

Quote:


>blurted:


>>> http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylc=X3oDMTBpZmFlcXBpBF9TAzk1ODYxOTQ...
>>> N0aA--?slug=ap-spurs-supersonics&prov=ap&type=lgns

>>> SEATTLE (AP) -- Seattle's Jerome James had plenty to say after his
>>> 7-for-7 shooting effort in Game 3, stripping away San Antonio's
>>> veneer by suggesting the Spurs aren't worthy of respect.

>>> When it was time on Friday to explain what he meant, the chatty center
>>> wanted some help before putting his tongue in gear.

>>> ``Lord Jesus, please work my mouth for me,'' James said before
>>> talking to reporters.

>>> During pregame interviews, James used salty language to express his
>>> feelings about the Spurs. He also promised to get tough: ``Someone's
>>> going to hit the floor tonight,'' he said.

>>> ``We have no respect for them now -- none,'' he said.

>>> It didn't take long for the Spurs to hear what James said.

>>> ``It's amusing from him,'' Bruce Bowen said. ``Sometimes you get
>>> caught up in the atmosphere of playoffs and you start mouthing off.
>>> It shows that some guys are satisfied with a temporary victory and
>>> want to speak as if it's been going on the whole series.''

>>Sounds like what Bowen was saying last year, just before the Lakers dropped
>>the hammer.  ;-)

>What series are the Lamers in this year?

They're hoping to win the LOTTERY series!   LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSERS!
 
 
 

James talks the talk, but will it help Sonics to another win?

Post by Jeff Mayne » Mon, 16 May 2005 02:35:43

Quote:

> On Sat, 14 May 2005 02:39:51 -0700, "Jeff Mayner"


>>> http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylc=X3oDMTBpZmFlcXBpBF9TAzk1ODYxOTQ...
>>> N0aA--?slug=ap-spurs-supersonics&prov=ap&type=lgns

>>> SEATTLE (AP) -- Seattle's Jerome James had plenty to say after his
>>> 7-for-7 shooting effort in Game 3, stripping away San Antonio's
>>> veneer by suggesting the Spurs aren't worthy of respect.

>>> When it was time on Friday to explain what he meant, the chatty
>>> center wanted some help before putting his tongue in gear.

>>> ``Lord Jesus, please work my mouth for me,'' James said before
>>> talking to reporters.

>>> During pregame interviews, James used salty language to express his
>>> feelings about the Spurs. He also promised to get tough: ``Someone's
>>> going to hit the floor tonight,'' he said.

>>> ``We have no respect for them now -- none,'' he said.

>>> It didn't take long for the Spurs to hear what James said.

>>> ``It's amusing from him,'' Bruce Bowen said. ``Sometimes you get
>>> caught up in the atmosphere of playoffs and you start mouthing off.
>>> It shows that some guys are satisfied with a temporary victory and
>>> want to speak as if it's been going on the whole series.''

>> Sounds like what Bowen was saying last year, just before the Lakers
>> dropped the hammer.  ;-)

> What series are the Lamers in this year?

If you mean the Lakers, they're not in the playoffs this year. Pay
attention, wont you?

Also, what part of "last year" do you not understand?

 
 
 

James talks the talk, but will it help Sonics to another win?

Post by Terrahol » Mon, 16 May 2005 02:36:43

Quote:


>> On Sat, 14 May 2005 02:39:51 -0700, "Jeff Mayner"


>>>> http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylc=X3oDMTBpZmFlcXBpBF9TAzk1ODYxOTQ...
>>>> N0aA--?slug=ap-spurs-supersonics&prov=ap&type=lgns

>>>> SEATTLE (AP) -- Seattle's Jerome James had plenty to say after his
>>>> 7-for-7 shooting effort in Game 3, stripping away San Antonio's
>>>> veneer by suggesting the Spurs aren't worthy of respect.

>>>> When it was time on Friday to explain what he meant, the chatty
>>>> center wanted some help before putting his tongue in gear.

>>>> ``Lord Jesus, please work my mouth for me,'' James said before
>>>> talking to reporters.

>>>> During pregame interviews, James used salty language to express his
>>>> feelings about the Spurs. He also promised to get tough:
>>>> ``Someone's going to hit the floor tonight,'' he said.

>>>> ``We have no respect for them now -- none,'' he said.

>>>> It didn't take long for the Spurs to hear what James said.

>>>> ``It's amusing from him,'' Bruce Bowen said. ``Sometimes you get
>>>> caught up in the atmosphere of playoffs and you start mouthing off.
>>>> It shows that some guys are satisfied with a temporary victory and
>>>> want to speak as if it's been going on the whole series.''

>>> Sounds like what Bowen was saying last year, just before the Lakers
>>> dropped the hammer.  ;-)

>> What series are the Lamers in this year?

> If you mean the Lakers, they're not in the playoffs this year. Pay
> attention, wont you?

> Also, what part of "last year" do you not understand?

He's a little dusty...
 
 
 

James talks the talk, but will it help Sonics to another win?

Post by Charles Beaucham » Mon, 16 May 2005 02:58:50

Quote:


>> On Sat, 14 May 2005 02:39:51 -0700, "Jeff Mayner"


>>>> http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylc=X3oDMTBpZmFlcXBpBF9TAzk1ODYxOTQ...
>>>> N0aA--?slug=ap-spurs-supersonics&prov=ap&type=lgns

>>>> SEATTLE (AP) -- Seattle's Jerome James had plenty to say after his
>>>> 7-for-7 shooting effort in Game 3, stripping away San Antonio's
>>>> veneer by suggesting the Spurs aren't worthy of respect.

>>>> When it was time on Friday to explain what he meant, the chatty
>>>> center wanted some help before putting his tongue in gear.

>>>> ``Lord Jesus, please work my mouth for me,'' James said before
>>>> talking to reporters.

>>>> During pregame interviews, James used salty language to express his
>>>> feelings about the Spurs. He also promised to get tough:
>>>> ``Someone's going to hit the floor tonight,'' he said.

>>>> ``We have no respect for them now -- none,'' he said.

>>>> It didn't take long for the Spurs to hear what James said.

>>>> ``It's amusing from him,'' Bruce Bowen said. ``Sometimes you get
>>>> caught up in the atmosphere of playoffs and you start mouthing off.
>>>> It shows that some guys are satisfied with a temporary victory and
>>>> want to speak as if it's been going on the whole series.''

>>> Sounds like what Bowen was saying last year, just before the Lakers
>>> dropped the hammer.  ;-)

>> What series are the Lamers in this year?

> They're hoping to win the LOTTERY series!   LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSERS!

Dood that is a sure thing.  Mark it down.

--
v/r Beau

Ghosts don't exist and there is nothing to be afraid of....except for
SuperAIDS.

 
 
 

James talks the talk, but will it help Sonics to another win?

Post by agakha » Mon, 16 May 2005 03:22:30



Quote:

>What impressed me most about James shooting was the incredible skill
>he displayed.  

...yes, especially when dunking on the pumpkin.

Quote:
>When the idiot can do anything more than dunk the ball, he can talk.

you can't even do that, and yet...
 
 
 

James talks the talk, but will it help Sonics to another win?

Post by Sports Fa » Mon, 16 May 2005 16:10:14


Quote:



>>blurted:


>>>> http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylc=X3oDMTBpZmFlcXBpBF9TAzk1ODYxOTQ...
>>>> N0aA--?slug=ap-spurs-supersonics&prov=ap&type=lgns

>>>> SEATTLE (AP) -- Seattle's Jerome James had plenty to say after his
>>>> 7-for-7 shooting effort in Game 3, stripping away San Antonio's
>>>> veneer by suggesting the Spurs aren't worthy of respect.

>>>> When it was time on Friday to explain what he meant, the chatty center
>>>> wanted some help before putting his tongue in gear.

>>>> ``Lord Jesus, please work my mouth for me,'' James said before
>>>> talking to reporters.

>>>> During pregame interviews, James used salty language to express his
>>>> feelings about the Spurs. He also promised to get tough: ``Someone's
>>>> going to hit the floor tonight,'' he said.

>>>> ``We have no respect for them now -- none,'' he said.

>>>> It didn't take long for the Spurs to hear what James said.

>>>> ``It's amusing from him,'' Bruce Bowen said. ``Sometimes you get
>>>> caught up in the atmosphere of playoffs and you start mouthing off.
>>>> It shows that some guys are satisfied with a temporary victory and
>>>> want to speak as if it's been going on the whole series.''

>>>Sounds like what Bowen was saying last year, just before the Lakers dropped
>>>the hammer.  ;-)

>>What series are the Lamers in this year?

>They're hoping to win the LOTTERY series!   LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSERS!

After owning the Spurs last year, one could understand why you are
wetting yourself over the Lakers having a bad season while rebuilding.
 
 
 

James talks the talk, but will it help Sonics to another win?

Post by Exhibitionis » Tue, 17 May 2005 00:17:51



Quote:




>>>blurted:


>>>>> http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylc=X3oDMTBpZmFlcXBpBF9TAzk1ODYxOTQ...
>>>>> N0aA--?slug=ap-spurs-supersonics&prov=ap&type=lgns

>>>>> SEATTLE (AP) -- Seattle's Jerome James had plenty to say after his
>>>>> 7-for-7 shooting effort in Game 3, stripping away San Antonio's
>>>>> veneer by suggesting the Spurs aren't worthy of respect.

>>>>> When it was time on Friday to explain what he meant, the chatty center
>>>>> wanted some help before putting his tongue in gear.

>>>>> ``Lord Jesus, please work my mouth for me,'' James said before
>>>>> talking to reporters.

>>>>> During pregame interviews, James used salty language to express his
>>>>> feelings about the Spurs. He also promised to get tough: ``Someone's
>>>>> going to hit the floor tonight,'' he said.

>>>>> ``We have no respect for them now -- none,'' he said.

>>>>> It didn't take long for the Spurs to hear what James said.

>>>>> ``It's amusing from him,'' Bruce Bowen said. ``Sometimes you get
>>>>> caught up in the atmosphere of playoffs and you start mouthing off.
>>>>> It shows that some guys are satisfied with a temporary victory and
>>>>> want to speak as if it's been going on the whole series.''

>>>>Sounds like what Bowen was saying last year, just before the Lakers dropped
>>>>the hammer.  ;-)

>>>What series are the Lamers in this year?

>>They're hoping to win the LOTTERY series!   LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSERS!

>After owning the Spurs last year, one could understand why you are
>wetting yourself over the Lakers having a bad season while rebuilding.

Keep living in the past, LOOOOOOOOOOOOSER!
 
 
 

James talks the talk, but will it help Sonics to another win?

Post by Sports Fa » Tue, 17 May 2005 09:51:48


Quote:







>>>>blurted:


>>>>>> http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylc=X3oDMTBpZmFlcXBpBF9TAzk1ODYxOTQ...
>>>>>> N0aA--?slug=ap-spurs-supersonics&prov=ap&type=lgns

>>>>>> SEATTLE (AP) -- Seattle's Jerome James had plenty to say after his
>>>>>> 7-for-7 shooting effort in Game 3, stripping away San Antonio's
>>>>>> veneer by suggesting the Spurs aren't worthy of respect.

>>>>>> When it was time on Friday to explain what he meant, the chatty center
>>>>>> wanted some help before putting his tongue in gear.

>>>>>> ``Lord Jesus, please work my mouth for me,'' James said before
>>>>>> talking to reporters.

>>>>>> During pregame interviews, James used salty language to express his
>>>>>> feelings about the Spurs. He also promised to get tough: ``Someone's
>>>>>> going to hit the floor tonight,'' he said.

>>>>>> ``We have no respect for them now -- none,'' he said.

>>>>>> It didn't take long for the Spurs to hear what James said.

>>>>>> ``It's amusing from him,'' Bruce Bowen said. ``Sometimes you get
>>>>>> caught up in the atmosphere of playoffs and you start mouthing off.
>>>>>> It shows that some guys are satisfied with a temporary victory and
>>>>>> want to speak as if it's been going on the whole series.''

>>>>>Sounds like what Bowen was saying last year, just before the Lakers dropped
>>>>>the hammer.  ;-)

>>>>What series are the Lamers in this year?

>>>They're hoping to win the LOTTERY series!   LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSERS!

>>After owning the Spurs last year, one could understand why you are
>>wetting yourself over the Lakers having a bad season while rebuilding.

>Keep living in the past, LOOOOOOOOOOOOSER!

What's wrong with the past?
It is the foundation for the future, and at least it doesn't make Lakers
fans getting obsessed with other teams and troll their newsgroups
wetting themselves everytime the Lakers lose or have a bad season.

That is the correct definition of a loser, loser.