Here are my HumpDay Thoughts…
Some players might agree with Snell, some might disagree. However, taking one person’s opinion and using it as a representation of an entire group of people is unfair.
Individualism is one of the most beautiful things about social media and America, but WAY too often one person’s opinion is taken and presented as the view of an entire group of people. That’s foolish.
Generalizations are counter-productive, inaccurate and played-out.
This goes back to the beauty of individualism, which is what social media is.
For better or worse, everybody has a voice on social media. There’s no need to rally the troops, try to speak for an entire group or try to make your opinion sound more powerful/important by using the word we.
YOU speak for YOU on social media.
A lot of things are going to change post-COVID and I’m starting to think the ketchup pump might die.
Gosh, I love the ketchup pump. It’s so much better than packets. You don’t have to tear the packets, you can get as much as possible and the perfect amount, it tasted better, I could go on for days.
I hope we can find a way to make it work, but I fear the end is near.
Goodbye, sweet ketchup-pumping Prince.
The Rockets are currently the 6-seed in the west and have the same record as the 5-seed Oklahoma City Thunder. They’re also just one game behind the 4-seed Utah Jazz in the standings.
Utah just lost F Bojan Bogdanovic to season-ending wrist surgery, who was averaging 20.2 points per-game and shooting 41.4 percent from 3-point range, 13th best in the league.
Which of the following players acquired last offseason is least likely to be on the team when the 2020 season begins?
Kenny Stills, Jacob Martin or Kahale Warring?
Stills has been mentioned in trade rumors, Martin is now part of a crowded group of edge guys and Warring hasn’t played in a single game and is in a crowded tight end room.
If I had to bet on it I would say all three are on the team, especially if rosters are expanded, but I also wouldn’t be shocked if one of them is playing elsewhere.