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12 Hour Giveaway: My Scouting Book: Olynyk Day Celebration

Post by Rmbone on Tue May 16, 2017 9:37 am

It's worth a read, and it's free until 9:35 PM EST. Download it to read later. Happy Olynyk Day



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Post by jrleftfoot on Tue May 16, 2017 11:23 am

Thanks. Interesting stuff. So we agree IT isn`t " too small." ----lol
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Post by bobheckler on Tue May 16, 2017 12:44 pm

Rmbone wrote:It's worth a read, and it's free until 9:35 PM EST. Download it to read later. Happy Olynyk Day

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx-fqSPMstxBRUlFUkh3Z3pqVUk/view?usp=sharing


Rmbone,

You wrote this, or was it written by someone else and you obtained a copy and are making it available to the board?


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Post by Rmbone on Tue May 16, 2017 1:39 pm

bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:It's worth a read, and it's free until 9:35 PM EST. Download it to read later. Happy Olynyk Day

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx-fqSPMstxBRUlFUkh3Z3pqVUk/view?usp=sharing


Rmbone,

You wrote this, or was it written by someone else and you obtained a copy and are making it available to the board?


bob


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I wrote it.

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Post by bobheckler on Tue May 16, 2017 1:55 pm

Rmbone wrote:
bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:It's worth a read, and it's free until 9:35 PM EST. Download it to read later. Happy Olynyk Day

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx-fqSPMstxBRUlFUkh3Z3pqVUk/view?usp=sharing


Rmbone,

You wrote this, or was it written by someone else and you obtained a copy and are making it available to the board?


bob


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I wrote it.


Rmbone,

I'm only about 12 pages into 42 but I now see that you are the author because I'm seeing perspectives and opinions you've shared on the board in the document.  So far it's fascinating, I absolutely agree it is worth the read!  

In fact, I'd like to get an opinion from any healthcare knowledgeable board members about Rmbone's view on skeletal impact on Page 7. Paging Dr Worcester, Dr. Fine, Dr Worcester...

On Page 5 you talk about "Ignoring Cardio Talent".  Well, anybody who is a Celtic fan is well aware of Hondo Havlicek's legendary cardio abilities.  Why wouldn't that biological edge carry forward into future generations of ballers?

I'd like to hear a fuller explanation of why, when you "re-draft" the 2016 draft, you have Brandon Ingram #1.

Folks, read this.


bob


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Re: 12 Hour Giveaway: My Scouting Book: Olynyk Day Celebration

Post by Rmbone on Tue May 16, 2017 2:01 pm

bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:
bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:It's worth a read, and it's free until 9:35 PM EST. Download it to read later. Happy Olynyk Day

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx-fqSPMstxBRUlFUkh3Z3pqVUk/view?usp=sharing


Rmbone,

You wrote this, or was it written by someone else and you obtained a copy and are making it available to the board?


bob


.

I wrote it.


Rmbone,

I'm only about 12 pages into 42 but I now see that you are the author because I'm seeing perspectives and opinions you've shared on the board in the document.  So far it's fascinating, I absolutely agree it is worth the read!  

In fact, I'd like to get an opinion from any healthcare knowledgeable board members about Rmbone's view on skeletal impact on Page 7.  Paging Dr Worcester, Dr. Fine, Dr Worcester...

On Page 5 you talk about "Ignoring Cardio Talent".  Well, anybody who is a Celtic fan is well aware of Hondo Havlicek's legendary cardio abilities.  Why wouldn't that biological edge carry forward into future generations of ballers?

I'd like to hear a fuller explanation of why, when you "re-draft" the 2016 draft, you have Brandon Ingram #1.

Folks, read this.


bob


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Bob, thanks for the kind words. When you talk about the "re-draft", are you talking about my pre-draft big board in the book? That was how I ranked the prospects before the draft.

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Post by bobheckler on Tue May 16, 2017 2:18 pm

Rmbone wrote:
bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:
bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:It's worth a read, and it's free until 9:35 PM EST. Download it to read later. Happy Olynyk Day

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx-fqSPMstxBRUlFUkh3Z3pqVUk/view?usp=sharing


Rmbone,

You wrote this, or was it written by someone else and you obtained a copy and are making it available to the board?


bob


.

I wrote it.


Rmbone,

I'm only about 12 pages into 42 but I now see that you are the author because I'm seeing perspectives and opinions you've shared on the board in the document.  So far it's fascinating, I absolutely agree it is worth the read!  

In fact, I'd like to get an opinion from any healthcare knowledgeable board members about Rmbone's view on skeletal impact on Page 7.  Paging Dr Worcester, Dr. Fine, Dr Worcester...

On Page 5 you talk about "Ignoring Cardio Talent".  Well, anybody who is a Celtic fan is well aware of Hondo Havlicek's legendary cardio abilities.  Why wouldn't that biological edge carry forward into future generations of ballers?

I'd like to hear a fuller explanation of why, when you "re-draft" the 2016 draft, you have Brandon Ingram #1.

Folks, read this.


bob


.

Bob, thanks for the kind words. When you talk about the "re-draft", are you talking about my pre-draft big board in the book? That was how I ranked the prospects before the draft.


Page 24.

If that was your pre-draft 2016 big board, how would you rank them now, after their rookie year?


bob


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Re: 12 Hour Giveaway: My Scouting Book: Olynyk Day Celebration

Post by Rmbone on Tue May 16, 2017 2:29 pm

bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:
bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:
bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:It's worth a read, and it's free until 9:35 PM EST. Download it to read later. Happy Olynyk Day

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx-fqSPMstxBRUlFUkh3Z3pqVUk/view?usp=sharing


Rmbone,

You wrote this, or was it written by someone else and you obtained a copy and are making it available to the board?


bob


.

I wrote it.


Rmbone,

I'm only about 12 pages into 42 but I now see that you are the author because I'm seeing perspectives and opinions you've shared on the board in the document.  So far it's fascinating, I absolutely agree it is worth the read!  

In fact, I'd like to get an opinion from any healthcare knowledgeable board members about Rmbone's view on skeletal impact on Page 7.  Paging Dr Worcester, Dr. Fine, Dr Worcester...

On Page 5 you talk about "Ignoring Cardio Talent".  Well, anybody who is a Celtic fan is well aware of Hondo Havlicek's legendary cardio abilities.  Why wouldn't that biological edge carry forward into future generations of ballers?

I'd like to hear a fuller explanation of why, when you "re-draft" the 2016 draft, you have Brandon Ingram #1.

Folks, read this.


bob


.

Bob, thanks for the kind words. When you talk about the "re-draft", are you talking about my pre-draft big board in the book? That was how I ranked the prospects before the draft.


Page 24.

If that was your pre-draft 2016 big board, how would you rank them now, after their rookie year?


bob


.

I just got rear-ended by some heroin junky chick who was nodding off at a red light. I don't know if I had a concussion or not, but my neck is all stiff and I'm a little out of it. But I'd still probably have Ingram/Thon/Jaylen in the top 3, just probably with Thon/Jaylen/Ingram being the order. Then again, that could be the whiplash speaking, or good old confirmation bias. I think Taurean Prince could push for top 3, and Zizic might have an outside chance at it. Malcolm Brogdon at least in the top 10, quite possibly top 5 behind Thon/Jaylen/Ingram/Prince. Ben Simmons probably moves up a couple spots overall, but still probably behind Zizic and Brogdon. Poeltl still looks good to me, already better defensively than Valanciunas, but coach Dwayne Casey seems like a typical xenophobic American athlete, perhaps viewing Poeltl as just another big white guy. Toronto's GM is talking about big changes in team culture coming up. Letting other guys besides DeRozan and Lowry take shots might be a good place to start. Poeltl was the best post scorer in college basketball, and his mobility isn't far behind Thon Maker's, which says a lot.

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Post by bobheckler on Tue May 16, 2017 2:36 pm

Rmbone wrote:
bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:
bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:
bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:It's worth a read, and it's free until 9:35 PM EST. Download it to read later. Happy Olynyk Day

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx-fqSPMstxBRUlFUkh3Z3pqVUk/view?usp=sharing


Rmbone,

You wrote this, or was it written by someone else and you obtained a copy and are making it available to the board?


bob


.

I wrote it.


Rmbone,

I'm only about 12 pages into 42 but I now see that you are the author because I'm seeing perspectives and opinions you've shared on the board in the document.  So far it's fascinating, I absolutely agree it is worth the read!  

In fact, I'd like to get an opinion from any healthcare knowledgeable board members about Rmbone's view on skeletal impact on Page 7.  Paging Dr Worcester, Dr. Fine, Dr Worcester...

On Page 5 you talk about "Ignoring Cardio Talent".  Well, anybody who is a Celtic fan is well aware of Hondo Havlicek's legendary cardio abilities.  Why wouldn't that biological edge carry forward into future generations of ballers?

I'd like to hear a fuller explanation of why, when you "re-draft" the 2016 draft, you have Brandon Ingram #1.

Folks, read this.


bob


.

Bob, thanks for the kind words. When you talk about the "re-draft", are you talking about my pre-draft big board in the book? That was how I ranked the prospects before the draft.


Page 24.

If that was your pre-draft 2016 big board, how would you rank them now, after their rookie year?


bob


.

I just got rear-ended by some heroin junky chick who was nodding off at a red light. I don't know if I had a concussion or not, but my neck is all stiff and I'm a little out of it. But I'd still probably have Ingram/Thon/Jaylen in the top 3, just probably with Thon/Jaylen/Ingram being the order. Then again, that could be the whiplash speaking, or good old confirmation bias. I think Taurean Prince could push for top 3, and Zizic might have an outside chance at it. Malcolm Brogdon at least in the top 10, quite possibly top 5 behind Thon/Jaylen/Ingram/Prince. Ben Simmons probably moves up a couple spots overall, but still probably behind Zizic and Brogdon. Poeltl still looks good to me, already better defensively than Valanciunas, but coach Dwayne Casey seems like a typical xenophobic American athlete, perhaps viewing Poeltl as just another big white guy. Toronto's GM is talking about big changes in team culture coming up. Letting other guys besides DeRozan and Lowry take shots might be a good place to start. Poeltl was the best post scorer in college basketball, and his mobility isn't far behind Thon Maker's, which says a lot.


Rmbone,

Jeez! I hope you're alright! And please don't read my posts, or anybody else's, while you're driving. We're not that important.

Take care.


bob


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Re: 12 Hour Giveaway: My Scouting Book: Olynyk Day Celebration

Post by Rmbone on Tue May 16, 2017 2:37 pm

bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:
bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:
bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:
bobheckler wrote:
Rmbone wrote:It's worth a read, and it's free until 9:35 PM EST. Download it to read later. Happy Olynyk Day

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx-fqSPMstxBRUlFUkh3Z3pqVUk/view?usp=sharing


Rmbone,

You wrote this, or was it written by someone else and you obtained a copy and are making it available to the board?


bob


.

I wrote it.


Rmbone,

I'm only about 12 pages into 42 but I now see that you are the author because I'm seeing perspectives and opinions you've shared on the board in the document.  So far it's fascinating, I absolutely agree it is worth the read!  

In fact, I'd like to get an opinion from any healthcare knowledgeable board members about Rmbone's view on skeletal impact on Page 7.  Paging Dr Worcester, Dr. Fine, Dr Worcester...

On Page 5 you talk about "Ignoring Cardio Talent".  Well, anybody who is a Celtic fan is well aware of Hondo Havlicek's legendary cardio abilities.  Why wouldn't that biological edge carry forward into future generations of ballers?

I'd like to hear a fuller explanation of why, when you "re-draft" the 2016 draft, you have Brandon Ingram #1.

Folks, read this.


bob


.

Bob, thanks for the kind words. When you talk about the "re-draft", are you talking about my pre-draft big board in the book? That was how I ranked the prospects before the draft.


Page 24.

If that was your pre-draft 2016 big board, how would you rank them now, after their rookie year?


bob


.

I just got rear-ended by some heroin junky chick who was nodding off at a red light. I don't know if I had a concussion or not, but my neck is all stiff and I'm a little out of it. But I'd still probably have Ingram/Thon/Jaylen in the top 3, just probably with Thon/Jaylen/Ingram being the order. Then again, that could be the whiplash speaking, or good old confirmation bias. I think Taurean Prince could push for top 3, and Zizic might have an outside chance at it. Malcolm Brogdon at least in the top 10, quite possibly top 5 behind Thon/Jaylen/Ingram/Prince. Ben Simmons probably moves up a couple spots overall, but still probably behind Zizic and Brogdon. Poeltl still looks good to me, already better defensively than Valanciunas, but coach Dwayne Casey seems like a typical xenophobic American athlete, perhaps viewing Poeltl as just another big white guy. Toronto's GM is talking about big changes in team culture coming up. Letting other guys besides DeRozan and Lowry take shots might be a good place to start. Poeltl was the best post scorer in college basketball, and his mobility isn't far behind Thon Maker's, which says a lot.


Rmbone,

Jeez!  I hope you're alright!  And please don't read my posts, or anybody else's, while you're driving.  We're not that important.

Take care.


bob


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Naw, I wasn't tweeting or on my phone or anything. Just minding my own business coming home from a very productive ball handling workout. It was about an hour ago.

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