“Ain’t nobody in a hurry to give me [an extension], so I’m not going to be in a hurry to come back,” the Nuggets forward told the Denver Post. Your thoughts?
Were Kenyon Martin's comments out of line?
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This is a dumb poll. He kind of needs his knees to earn his money. Should Yao Ming rush back too?
Rodney Rogers is just being lazy too.
He should’ve went about this in a different way than what he did…
I think it’s fine for him to not rush back, to feel 100% that he’s ready to go and play well, feel confident, etc. etc. Problem is the way it was written, or read off the page, his attitude sounded a little bitter and sour.
I don’t really see how having that attitude or at least projecting it can help him in any way really… It’s a business and he’d be better off to show his employer or future employers that he is determined and looking forward t getting on the court feeling 100%.
He could have said the same thing without the attitude.
to anyone who thinks what he’s doing is okay, put a co-worker of yours in his place. now imagine doing his workload. got it? thanks.
He might could keep that to himself but I personally see nothing wrong with it. Why rush your timetable and risk further damage, when he’s already got a history of lower body injuries, when he’s not even certain he’ll be imbursed for it…do your thing Kenyon, get your money
you guys should check out the video with kenyon martin arguing with mark cuban, lol! “yeah that’s right, walk away you f@ggot muth@fukcer!!! lmao!
His agent must be thrilled. You can understand someone not rushing back from injury, esp. Martin who has an injury history, but if he’s looking for a big new contract he’ll have to say the right things.
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