Chris Andersen's Girlfriend

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Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Tue, 22 Jan 2019 08:42:06 GMT reply
about how this team is playing and maybe who should be playing,” said Sports Illsutrated’s Chris Mannix.
Explaining why such a capable group of players haven’t hit their stride can be difficult. In many ways, the Celtics’ public comments have revolved around the team’s highest profile player.
Kyrie Irving
The 26-year-old has assumed a large part of the team’s leadership role, and spoke up after a recent loss to the Magic.
Here’s what Irving told The Boston Globe’s Adam Himmelsbach when asked why the season has been up and down:
The best thing I can say is experience. We’re lacking it, and because of that we have a lot of learning to do. So we have a lot of ground to make up in that aspect. It gets tough. When it gets hard, you’ve got to think. You’ve got to do the right things. You can’t gamble and think that it’s going to be the winning play. You’ve got to be able to play the full 48 minutes, no matter what’s going on, and hold your head high when you make mistakes.
You’ve got to come in and make an impact for the minutes that you’re playing out there. You’ve got to appreciate being out there and just competing. It doesn’t matter who you’re going against. It matters the type of preparation you have, what you’re going out and trying to accomplish. What’s the big picture? What are we doing here? These are things I don’t think some of my teammates have faced just every single day. It’s not easy to be great.
Two days later, Irving appeared to regret the full extent of what he’d publicly said, vowing “never to question my teammates in public like that ever again.” The reasoning for the comments Irving added, was that “I want to win so bad.”
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Tue, 22 Jan 2019 08:41:51 GMT reply
about how this team is playing and maybe who should be playing,” said Sports Illsutrated’s Chris Mannix.
Explaining why such a capable group of players haven’t hit their stride can be difficult. In many ways, the Celtics’ public comments have revolved around the team’s highest profile player.
Kyrie Irving
The 26-year-old has assumed a large part of the team’s leadership role, and spoke up after a recent loss to the Magic.
Here’s what Irving told The Boston Globe’s Adam Himmelsbach when asked why the season has been up and down:
The best thing I can say is experience. We’re lacking it, and because of that we have a lot of learning to do. So we have a lot of ground to make up in that aspect. It gets tough. When it gets hard, you’ve got to think. You’ve got to do the right things. You can’t gamble and think that it’s going to be the winning play. You’ve got to be able to play the full 48 minutes, no matter what’s going on, and hold your head high when you make mistakes.
You’ve got to come in and make an impact for the minutes that you’re playing out there. You’ve got to appreciate being out there and just competing. It doesn’t matter who you’re going against. It matters the type of preparation you have, what you’re going out and trying to accomplish. What’s the big picture? What are we doing here? These are things I don’t think some of my teammates have faced just every single day. It’s not easy to be great.
Two days later, Irving appeared to regret the full extent of what he’d publicly said, vowing “never to question my teammates in public like that ever again.” The reasoning for the comments, Irving added, was that “I want to win so bad.”
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Sat, 19 Jan 2019 19:39:50 GMT reply
He not with anyone
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 22:25:25 GMT reply
There seems to be a reasonably sized divide between the veterans in the room and the young players about how this team is playing and maybe who should be playing,” said Sports Illsutrated’s Chris Mannix.
Explaining why such a capable group of players haven’t hit their stride can be difficult. In many ways, the Celtics’ public comments have revolved around the team’s highest profile player.
Kyrie Irving
The 26-year-old has assumed a large part of the team’s leadership role, and spoke up after a recent loss to the Magic.
Here’s what Irving told The Boston Globe’s Adam Himmelsbach when asked why the season has been up and down:
The best thing I can say is experience. We’re lacking it, and because of that we have a lot of learning to do. So we have a lot of ground to make up in that aspect. It gets tough. When it gets hard, you’ve got to think. You’ve got to do the right things. You can’t gamble and think that it’s going to be the winning play. You’ve got to be able to play the full 48 minutes, no matter what’s going on, and hold your head high when you make mistakes.
You’ve got to come in and make an impact for the minutes that you’re playing out there. You’ve got to appreciate being out there and just competing. It doesn’t matter who you’re going against. It matters the type of preparation you have, what you’re going out and trying to accomplish. What’s the big picture? What are we doing here? These are things I don’t think some of my teammates have faced just every single day. It’s not easy to be great.
Two days later, Irving appeared to regret the full extent of what he’d publicly said, vowing “never to question my teammates in public like that ever again.” The reasoning for the comments Irving added, was that “I just want to
Mwin so bad.”
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 22:25:14 GMT reply
There seems to be a reasonably sized divide between the veterans in the room and the young players about how this team is playing and maybe who should be playing,” said Sports Illsutrated’s Chris Mannix.
Explaining why such a capable group of players haven’t hit their stride can be difficult. In many ways, the Celtics’ public comments have revolved around the team’s highest profile player.
Kyrie Irving
The 26-year-old has assumed a large part of the team’s leadership role, and spoke up after a recent loss to the Magic.
Here’s what Irving told The Boston Globe’s Adam Himmelsbach when asked why the season has been up and down:
The best thing I can say is experience. We’re lacking it, and because of that we have a lot of learning to do. So we have a lot of ground to make up in that aspect. It gets tough. When it gets hard, you’ve got to think. You’ve got to do the right things. You can’t gamble and think that it’s going to be the winning play. You’ve got to be able to play the full 48 minutes, no matter what’s going on, and hold your head high when you make mistakes.
You’ve got to come in and make an impact for the minutes that you’re playing out there. You’ve got to appreciate being out there and just competing. It doesn’t matter who you’re going against. It matters the type of preparation you have, what you’re going out and trying to accomplish. What’s the big picture? What are we doing here? These are things I don’t think some of my teammates have faced just every single day. It’s not easy to be great.
Two days later, Irving appeared to regret the full extent of what he’d publicly said, vowing “never to question my teammates in public like that ever again.” The reasoning for the comments Irving added, was that “I just want to win so bad.”
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 22:25:04 GMT reply
There seems to be a reasonably sized divide between the veterans in the room and the young players about how this team is playing and maybe who should be playing,” said Sports Illsutrated’s Chris Mannix.
Explaining why such a capable group of players haven’t hit their stride can be difficult. In many ways, the Celtics’ public comments have revolved around the team’s highest profile player.
Kyrie Irving
The 26-year-old has assumed a large part of the team’s leadership role, and spoke up after a recent loss to the Magic.
Here’s what Irving told The Boston Globe’s Adam Himmelsbach when asked why the season has been up and down:
The best thing I can say is experience. We’re lacking it, and because of that we have a lot of learning to do. So we have a lot of ground to make up in that aspect. It gets tough. When it gets hard, you’ve got to think. You’ve got to do the right things. You can’t gamble and think that it’s going to be the winning play. You’ve got to be able to play the full 48 minutes, no matter what’s going on, and hold your head high when you make mistakes.
You’ve got to come in and make an impact for the minutes that you’re playing out there. You’ve got to appreciate being out there and just competing. It doesn’t matter who you’re going against. It matters the type of preparation you have, what you’re going out and trying to accomplish. What’s the big picture? What are we doing here? These are things I don’t think some of my teammates have faced just every single day. It’s not easy to be great.
Two days later, Irving appeared to regret the full extent of what he’d publicly said, vowing “never to question my teammates in public like that ever again.” The reasoning for the comments, Irving added, was that “I want to win so bad.”
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 04:22:13 GMT reply
Who is Anastasia! Is Brenda really transvestite n Marie still with bird !!? Since Cleveland days when she was a taz angel escort right
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 02:24:08 GMT reply
Hey Anastasia 😂😂😂 she’s the only
Stalker
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 02:23:38 GMT reply
There’s many veterans in this forum dear. Some are fans and some are bitches he’s actually screwed with 🌧🌧🌧not the same vet as underneath or that’s been writing, there’s many
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 02:20:39 GMT reply
Or am I notttttt babavavgagaha
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 02:20:24 GMT reply
I’m a gay dude u stupidoooooooo
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 01:16:28 GMT reply
Vet seems to be the only person typing guess u the only stalking ppl since 2010 😂😂😂😂that’s messed up
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 01:00:40 GMT reply
I’s a hoeeeeeee HOE 😬
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 01:00:03 GMT reply
We all members homie this a club since 2010
you loahoooser
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 00:02:19 GMT reply
Same girls hating on the same girls dumbest forum ever how are u even watching these girls still that’s some psycho shit
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 17 Jan 2019 22:12:17 GMT reply
Same shyt been written here for years I’m so over it 🙄 bird is old news n so these females
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 17 Jan 2019 21:25:48 GMT reply
Dam he loves that girl all he does is recycle the same 3 girls over and over lol
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 17 Jan 2019 21:11:40 GMT reply
First Brenda now her no no no lol 😂 haaaaaa de gonya mama seee si badaaaaaa
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 17 Jan 2019 21:11:06 GMT reply
Bruh Marie’s face without filters is nooooooooo
I mean good for her for posting normal photos but sista looks like a Mike Jackson tranny 😩 I mean bird must
Like man looking women lololololllllll
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 17 Jan 2019 20:23:24 GMT reply
Oh shit u seen that too last night 😂wow u chicks are fast
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 17 Jan 2019 18:33:27 GMT reply
Keisha ****
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 17 Jan 2019 07:16:07 GMT reply
He’s on the road with Keith MARIE
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 17 Jan 2019 00:09:50 GMT reply
There seems to be a reasonably sized divide between the veterans in the room and the young players about how this team is playing and maybe who should be playing,” said Sports Illsutrated’s Chris Mannix.
Explaining why such a capable group of players haven’t hit their stride can be difficult. In many ways, the Celtics’ public comments have revolved around the team’s highest profile player.
Kyrie Irving
The 26-year-old has assumed a large part of the team’s leadership role, and spoke up after a recent loss to the Magic.
Here’s what Irving told The Boston Globe’s Adam Himmelsbach when asked why the season has been up and down:
The best thing I can say is experience. We’re lacking it, and because of that we have a lot of learning to do. So we have a lot of ground to make up in that aspect. It gets tough. When it gets hard, you’ve got to think. You’ve got to do the right things. You can’t gamble and think that it’s going to be the winning play. You’ve got to be able to play the full 48 minutes, no matter what’s going on, and hold your head high when you make mistakes.
You’ve got to come in and make an impact for the minutes that you’re playing out there. You’ve got to appreciate being out there and just competing. It doesn’t matter who you’re going against. It matters the type of preparation you have, what you’re going out and trying to accomplish. What’s the big picture? What are we doing here? These are things I don’t think some of my teammates have faced just every single day. It’s not easy to be great.
Two days later, Irving appeared to regret the full extent of what he’d publicly said, vowing “never to question my teammates in public like that ever again.” The reasoning for the comments, Irving added, was that “I just want to win so bad.”
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 17 Jan 2019 00:09:25 GMT reply
The 26-year-old has assumed a large part of the team’s leadership role, and spoke up after a recent loss to the Magic.
Here’s what Irving told The Boston Globe’s Adam Himmelsbach when asked why the season has been up and down:
The best thing I can say is experience. We’re lacking it, and because of that we have a lot of learning to do. So we have a lot of ground to make up in that aspect. It gets tough. When it gets hard, you’ve got to think. You’ve got to do the right things. You can’t gamble and think that it’s going to be the winning play. You’ve got to be able to play the full 48 minutes, no matter what’s going on, and hold your head high when you make mistakes.
You’ve got to come in and make an impact for the minutes that you’re playing out there. You’ve got to appreciate being out there and just competing. It doesn’t matter who you’re going against. It matters the type of preparation you have, what you’re going out and trying to accomplish. What’s the big picture? What are we doing here? These are things I don’t think some of my teammates have faced just every single day. It’s not easy to be great.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Wed, 16 Jan 2019 15:08:06 GMT reply
You must be lost af.... moron. Not to mention stalker. Same sophomore writing.
Creeper.
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