Player review time! All the well-regarded children are doing it, and there's really nothing else happening.
efficiently waste more time thoroughly cover all the players, the reviews will be split into two parts: (A) an approval rating series, where you, the highly-skilled reader, screams your level of approval by voting in a poll, and (Roman Numeral Two) an analysis series, where I, the mediumly-skilled but powerfully situated author, shout various other things.
So over the next two-ish weeks, each day will be dedicated to one-ish Hornet, his relevant 2010 accomplishments or lack thereof, and an opportunity to rate the player's performance on a 1 to 5 scale. Now, yes, such scales are usually pretty arbitrary, and this one will be no different. Worry not though, because I'll chime in my own (clearly not random) ratings to give any confused arbiters an arbitrary direction for their theoretical arbitrations. Being serious for a moment-just vote on how well you think a player fulfilled his specific role, not how well he did in a NBA-wide, personal history, or cosmological sense.
This will all make more sense tomorrow. I hope.
In other news, I'm on vacation for the next two weeks in an undisclosed location, so this whole player approval thing will be happening via the Autopublisher thingy. Which has been known to be weird. I'll try to check in as often as I can, but Brian, Lee, and Curry will probably be running the show for a bit.
Happy Monday. I'm out like Tiger Woods' career.