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20 responses to “Could Anthony Davis stay in New Orleans? The Pelicans’ new GM seems to think so”

  1. Smyrna_Cat

    “disgruntled superstar Anthony Davis” … what did Davis ever do to deserve to be called “disgrunteled”? He played as hard as he good for years, was actively involved with the community, never said anything negative about anyone … he just wanted to plan on a winning team for a change, which is his right. We can talk about “disgruntled” media and “disgrunteled” fans … both which were awfully pissy … and even the “disgrunteled” NO head office which sought to punish Davis instead of expressing there appreciation for all he did for the franchise despite them not putting a winning team round Davis.

    Come on Jack and KSR writers … words and labels matter. Show some pride in what you do. But then again, “KSR, where Facts Are Optional.”

    1. BBNnCLE

      Disgruntled means angry or dissatisfied; not really much of an insult. You also said the word disgruntled five times; twice you spelled it right and three times wrong

    2. Smyrna_Cat

      Vocabulary.com writes, “disgruntled sounds like what it is — dissatisfied, grunting and grumbling.” None of those things apply to Davis. He played hard, he was always positive and enthusastic. And thank you for pointing on spelling mistakes. You will be busy on this site.

    3. nocode96

      I beam dude, AD is disgruntled by your own definition you just posted, lol. “Dissatisfied”, he absolutely is, and he’s made that public, which takes care of “grumbling and grunting” parts you added. Davis has been unhappy, unsatisfied, and as of late, he’s making those thoughts public, as is his agent. He is quite literally textbook disgruntled. You seem to think disgruntled means something bad or derogatory, it doesn’t, but did Jack try and spin it in that light. My son comes home every day complaining about 3rd grade, every night he complains about homework, shower, and bed time…often, he will complain about dinner, he is absolutely a disgruntled 9 year old. He is unhappy with the the things he has to do as a kid. I’m certainly not knocking my own kid by calling him disgruntled, it’s not a derogatory term. Lastly, here is the dictionary definition, no less than 10 of the symptoms, synonyms, and qualifiers listed here by dictionary.com absolutely and perfectly describe AD and his situation.

      https://www.dictionary.com/browse/disgruntled

    4. Smyrna_Cat

      Nocode. Your son is a third-grader. He is what he is. Calling him “disgruntled” would be inappropriate because it suggests something beyond him simply being a third-grader. In terms of an NBA player, a “disgruntled” player typically is a bad teammate that talks negatively about the team, complains to the media, disses the coaching staff, etc., etc., etc. That is not Davis. PS. He is not a third-grader either.

  2. Smyrna_Cat

    “Back in January, the former Kentucky star demanded a trade from the organization” … No. His agent told NO Davis wouldn’t sign with the team. That certainly forces there hand, but would it have been better to just get that point, not sign, and have everyone be shocked? A trade would enable NO to perhaps finally help build a foundation for a winning team.

    KSR … where facts are optional.

  3. Jeremy D

    Cmon bro… It’s called damage control..its the best route to take for new GM.

    He gone.

    1. Smyrna_Cat

      Yep.

  4. Dairy Queen All American

    No chance.

  5. Marginal Prophet

    This is just a ploy by the GM to try to make sure that the team doesn’t get taken on a trade by a team offering too little. Davis will be traded by the All-Star break at the latest. But my bet is he is gone by the beginning of the season.

    1. ClutchCargo

      This is correct. Looking desperate to trade AD pretty much guarantees that you will lose in that deal.

  6. KayutsBy90

    I think AD saw the way they treated his boy Cousins and pushed him away from the organization.

    1. Luether

      Boogie wanted a max contract AFTER he blew out his knee. What NBA Team would do that? The New Orleans Pelicans are NOT stupid and Cousins and Davis are NOT victims…

    2. ukwildcat1991

      It was his Achilles not his knee fool

    3. nocode96

      Who used the word victims other than you?

    4. ClutchCargo

      ukwildcat1991, it’s easier to spell “knee”, so he just rolled with that. lol

    5. 4everUKblue

      Luether needs to go back to school.

    6. UKBigBlueForever

      Luether, why you post on here still amazes me. You are about as smart as a pile of rocks. His achilles, not his knee. Get your facts straight.

    7. Luether

      A bit harsh, guys. Don’t you think?

  7. kjgouk

    Big Looney Tunes fan or disgruntled employee. You decide….