Day Ten

I’ll be honest, I just do NOT care about the draft.  I mean, I hope Darcy drafts us someone good, but I have absolutely no desire to try to form my own opinion about what he should do.  I’ll be pissed if Darcy drafts another mini-forward, but other than that….whatever.   I’ll worry about these kids when, and if, they ever show up in Portland.

These guys are just little babies.   I don’t enjoy evaluating them like pieces of meat.  Not yet.

2 Responses to “Day Ten”

  1. 1 Schnookie June 26, 2009 at 11:55 am

    I concur. The draft interests me just because there are often interesting trades, but other than that… meh. It’s going to be years before most of those pieces of meat reach the point where I want to be objectifying them. Whatevs. :D

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