Wednesday, December 31, 2008

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Well, the 2008 portion of the 2008-2009 season is over for the Atlanta Hawks and I don't think we could have asked for a better start than 21-10. I mean, we could have, but that would have just been greedy.

These are happy times for Hawks fans so I'm not even going to nitpick today. I hope everyone has a splendid New Year and hopefully we'll pick up in 2009 right where we left off in 2008.

Although I hope sometime between now and the New Year Coach Woodson finds some minutes for Acie Law (without Flip alongside him). WE just want to know if he's capable.

4 comments:

Jason Walker said...

CoCo,

I think Woodson woke up yesterday and said, "Dang. That Acie Law is one fine young player. I think I'll invite him over for pancakes and lay out my master plan for his growth and development."

Then again, I never thought Shaq would leave Orlando and that JR Rider was one misunderstood dude.

So, bottom line, Acie is probably screwed.

But hey, Happy New Year!

rbubp said...

Woodson's New Year's resolutions:

1. Bench everyone until halftime after their FIRST foul.
2. Figure out how to get Flip Murray to play every position on the floor during a game.
3. Try out a new strategy: the one-possession per half basketball game (involves longer and longer rebounds in an "inverted weave" half court set: instead of passing to move closer to the basket, try this: dribble, shoot, rebound; dribble back, shoot, rebound; dribble back more, shoot, rebound).
4. Consult Dean Smith on how best to pull off #3 with a shot clock.
5. Talk more about playing the right way.
6. Find out what Larry Brown is doing in Charlotte. Do that.

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