I’ve heard Bobby Webster speak once for like 10 mins on a podcast and if he came over to my home wearing a t shirt that said I am Bobby Webster I’d still not know who he was. MU has final say Webster’s part of the team of decision makers.
And it just truly is frustrating that they couldn’t even come close to beating LeBron. Not even able to make it a series. I’m not saying Toronto should have won this year but unlike the previous two years I really thought they had a chance at least. I was fooling myself the previous two years but I didn’t think I was this year.
I guess I’ve been all over the map on this. Most people make fair points that I cannot disagree with then they make a point I think is ludicrous yet I really have nothing to back it up and some people have made points that are down right ridiculous but I don’t have it in me. Supporting this team is hard.
I give MU the most credit although he’s certainly made some mistakes he’s still done a lot more good than bad for the club. The franchise wouldn’t even be in this good-very good but not great range they are in now they’d probably be like the Detroit Pistons or Charlotte Hornets.
I think he wanted to do a total rebuild when he got here but things happened and it lead down a path where he had to alter the course. He saw a team that was going nowhere when he got here and he traded Rudy Gay for a bench and he was about to trade Kyle Lowry to the Knicks but Dolan didn’t want to get fleeced for a third time and by the time NY backed out they team that was going nowhere was all of a sudden in the playoff hunt. He wanted to bottom out but the trade and lack of trade actually took us from a disaster to solid. We ended up taking Brooklyn with KG, PP, DWill and JJ to 7 games and felt alright we got something to build on.