Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Rondo's Claims Against Paul

Currently, the New Orleans Hornets hangs by a thread with a 1-3 and is fourth at the Southwest division. It was plain to see that the Hornets should be getting worried even if it's just the start of the season. A lot can happen and if Hornets don't do something N-O-W, New Orleans would have to say bye-bye to the playoffs.

But that's not the case with Chris Paul, "I...want...to...win. Whatever it takes me to do, I’m going to find a way." It's the passion for the game that has got many to like CP3, which Rajon Rondo shares. Their difference is that Rondo has a ring while Paul still aims to have one.

Unsurprisingly, reports said that Rando told CP3 that, "I’ve got a ring, and you’re never gonna win one." Well, that was pretty much unprofessional for our young Celts. To think that he's got their so-called Big Three with him all this time while Paul carried on with what he's got.

Another huge difference that Paul has next to Rondo is humility. You got me all rooting for the Hornets even more with that kind of attitude. Can someone bring Rondo back to Earth? He's probably seeing himself so good. He is good but not as good as Paul is.

Paul was frustrated and worsened because of Rondo's claim. "I’m envious. I’m very envious. Those guys have been where I want to get to. This is my fifth year in the league, and I’m not trying to wait until I’m an old veteran in this league to win a championship. We’re trying to win now," says the Hornets point guard.

The Hornets will win as long as Paul stays and continues to believe that together with his David West, Tyson Chandler, and the rest of the Hornets.

As for Rondo, stay on the ground and watch that attitude before it pulls you down.

2 comments:

John said...

Hi Halley, how’s it going? Its been a while.

I’ll agree with you that right NOW the Spurs are no longer the team that is a contender for the Western Conference. Whether they are LATER, remains to be seen….

Their latest defeat against the Blazers, will tell you that it is the offensive but just too many defensive error that has caused them those three defeats.

I’m thinking maybe they are still in the transition period following the new arrivals from the close reason. Lets give some Pops some time to figure the right balance this team needs. After it’s way too early to predict anything.

Apart from this latest defeat, their biggest blow so far in this season is the injury to Tony PARKER. Let’s pray it’s not something serious and that we could have him back soon.

ley.ann said...

yea, it's been quite a while since i've written entries on what's happening in the NBA.

hmmm maybe the spurs are still on the transition period given that they have fresh additions to the team. but three straight loses seems wrong.

and im worried about TP, hope he'll be okay. i really hope the spurs would be okay this season.