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CHANDLER PARSONS APPRECIATION THREAD

Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by jvu, May 4, 2013.

  1. jvu

    jvu Member

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    With all the finger pointing... (Which btw only losers point fingers when the lose) I would like to point out the fact that chandler Parsons never gonna quit attitude as quoted back in game 5. His outstanding play made Oklahoma... Thunderstruck for the entire series. Also with that said id like to share you this interesting read on chandler parsons

     
  2. apollo33

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    He's like a really dreamy role player
     
  3. Rio224

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    Parson's is a stud ! (No homo)
     
  4. LonghornFan

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    My wife will have your baby. I juts need 5% of your future salary and we're good, bruh.
     
  5. showa13

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    Stephen A Smith definitely knows who he is now
     
  6. what

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    So Parsons DOES play with a chip on his shoulder. Like I said. What = 1, Heypee = 0
     
  7. daywalker02

    daywalker02 Easter Egg Hunter - Tell me why? نحن عائلة

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    Not Collision of SGs..... Faried of wing players
     
  8. Xsatyr

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    MPG FG% 3P% FT% OFF DEF RPG APG SPG BPG TO PF PPG
    39.7 .452 .400 .643 1.2 5.3 6.5 3.7 0.2 0.3 3.00 3.17 18.2

    His first playoffs series, not bad.
     
  9. Billionzz

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    Great job by Chandler Parsons, so to be an NBA allstar.
     
  10. TJ VS TR

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    He probably learned quite a lot from this series from going against KD. Let him, Harden and Lin play a while, get some experience, develop some chemistry and they would be awesome.
     
  11. sefril

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    definitely one of my reason (and main reason for billions girl) for liking the current Rockets..

    Parsons is making mark as one of the best role player in this playoffs.. not bad for a 2nd round pick, not bad at all..
     
  12. The Real Shady

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    Pretty clear that Parsons is the leader of this team.
     
  13. jvu

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    This. Leads by example
     
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    bullardfan なんでやねん

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    Parsons is our leader. Not Lin or Harden.
     
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    No McHale is the leader. Every player on the court is young and learning and growing. I know Parsons can do no wrong for most posters on this garm but Harden gets keyed in more defensively than any player on this team now in the upcoming years we will see how Parsons deal with that because its not easy. Parsons is getting better and better though.
     
  16. gamer4Life

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    He's overrated.

    Wait, we're talking about basketball? Nevermind then..
     
  17. count_dough-ku

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    I knew he'd be clutch. Dude made a 70-foot game-winner in college. But I never thought he'd be this good(especially this soon). If he works on a pull up midrange shot and improves his ability to finish at the hoop in traffic, he's gonna be a stud in this league. It's amazing to think we're set at the 2 and 3spots for the rest of the decade.
     
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    coming out of halftime in game 6, he showed that given some time and further development, he can be a special special player in big games.....not unlike our clutch players from the championship runs
     
  19. Naija Texan

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    I never bought into the arguement that Parsons would be the leader before the season began, but outside of Garcia who you could see communicating with the coach and other players a lot this season, he is the main player that usually steps up.

    Honest, we'd be foolish to deal him, for anything less then a legit top first round talent. Heck, despite not being as good defensively as I would have liked, he is probably one of (if not the best under 3 years) the best young SFs in the NBA today.
     
  20. justtxyank

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    Deserves it. Dude is a baller. His value to the team is unmatched due to his level of performance AND the crazy contract.
     

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