Podcast: Defending Randy Moss, HarBowl Prep And NBA All-Star Omissions

The Fam, The UC Show — By on January 31, 2013 at 3:10 am

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On this recent edition of The UC Show, Kenny and Tins came out swinging in defense of Randy Moss’s bold proclamation he made during Media Day earlier this week in New Orleans. After that, Till graced us with his presence and gave us his thoughts as he prepares to watch his team take on the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday.

Of course, we couldn’t let the events of last week, in regards to All-Star snubs, go without being discussed. Kenny continued his tirade from late last week when he said that both Smiths, Josh and JR, were robbed of being chosen for the All-Star Game, and while Tinsley was with him for a minute, he completely went left when Kenny got on the selections of Jrue Holiday and especially Kyrie Irving with Kenny going as far as to accuse Tinsley, and others, of being influenced by The Uncle Drew Commercials in their support of saying he should be in the big game.

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    9 Comments

  • I am convinced Kenny has not watched the Cavs or Sixers play this year. Convinced of it.

  • J. Tinsley says:

    “Why would I? They suck. JR Smith has been balling this year and the Knicks have hte second best record in the East. I’m not going to award mediocrity.” – Kenny “Satchmo” Masenda

    • This is the “Kiss the Ringz!” argument on steroids. Kenny may not know because he hasn’t watched these guys, but I know for a fact, watching all three play a pretty good amount this season, that Jrue and Kyrie are better all-around players and having better seasons than JR Smith. Fact. Fact. And Fact.

  • JAG says:

    Kenny’s position is preposterous. Look at all the great players who played for lousy teams from time to time. Iverson, Hawkins, Kobe, Garnett, Barkley, Iceman, Dirk and Pau Gasol, just to name a few.

    Should Kobe have been dropped from the All Star team in the years between Shaq and Bynum/Gasol? You will have trouble finding one person besides Kenny to answer yes.

    • Kenny says:

      Anytime those guys were All-Stars (to my knowledge), their teams were not 21 games below .500.

      Using Kobe to illustrate your standing is crazy, because Kobe was voted in by the fans.

      • Your argument would hold more water if JR Smith was having an all-star caliber year, which he is not by every single measure there is in basketball. You may factor in team success in all-star recognition, but team success is not a barometer for all-star candidacy, it’s a tie-breaker. I already laid out the measures before, which point to the fact that JR is nowhere near Kyrie and Jrue for that tie-breaker to come into play.

        I can understand you wanted JR Smith to get in, but he didn’t get in because he doesn’t deserve to get in compared to his competitors. Simple as that.

  • JAG says:

    It’s quite clear to me that JR Smith is one of your favorite players. In order to justify an all star spot for him, you have to make up an arbitrary guideline that forces other, more deserving players off the squad.

    I admire your loyalty and desire to do whatever it takes to get the result you want. If you were a lawyer and I were up on murder charges, I’d hire you, brother.

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