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Saturday, October 2nd, 2010 at 8:30 am  |  8 responses

Polladaday: Kenyon Martin’s Comments?

“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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  • unrel

    This is a dumb poll. He kind of needs his knees to earn his money. Should Yao Ming rush back too?

  • MikeC.

    Rodney Rogers is just being lazy too.

  • b

    He should’ve went about this in a different way than what he did…

  • http://www.youtube.com/tripledouble Triple Double

    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.

    But whatever…

  • Seven Duece

    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.

  • http://slamonline.com The Black Rick Kamla

    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

  • mystery

    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!

  • ClydeSays

    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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