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Any career backup guard could've played for Miami, and the team would've still lost to the Knicks in the playoffs every season, but no. It had to be Voshon Lenard. Plus, Voshon Lenard looks like a younger version of Anthony Carter even though Voshon Lenard is two years older than Anthony Carter. And anything that reminds me of Anthony Carter is sad because Anthony Carter started for the Knicks in the 2011 playoffs, which was the emotional low point, I'd argue, of the last 20 years of Knicks basketball. The post Ewing years were a carnival stuck in a hamster wheel, an endless loop of bizarre shit that had to end once it wore itself out. And it spun too fast for anyone to get too emotionally attached, so the disappointment only went so deep. But the few games Carter started were a reality check of sorts. The Gallinari Felton D'Antoni era of fun was officially over, Stoudemire would never again be healthy, and the Knicks were going to be the Knicks forever mediocre enough to make the playoffs, mis managed Adidas Yeezy 350 Oxford Tan
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enough to have to start Anthony Carter in a playoff game, and still always a Dolan run truffle and spam mayonnaise salad of a team.
All of this, I guess, is a really long way of saying I don't have much reason to hate Voshon Lenard other than a misspelled surname, a strange resemblance to a former University of Hawaii point guard, and the historical record maintaining that he earned a multi year paycheck from the Miami Heat in the late '90s. Sure, he played in most of those Heat and Knicks games, and by virtue of him having shooting percentages over 10, he probably made some semi important shots, it being the playoffs and all, nearly every play being semi important, especially in the eyes of a kid. And that's what this is, maybe. It's lingering resentment of Voshon Lenard coming into the games and not being an absolute hardwood garbage fire. To a Adidas Yeezy 350 For Sale 9 year old, it's hard to reconcile someone who isn't starting a basketball game at the time, someone who wasn't Tim Hardaway or Alonzo Mourning actually playing the sport at a competent level. I could understand a good basketball player making a good basketball play, blocking a Adidas Yeezy
lot. Try counting that high. ) He shot 38 percent from three, 41 percent from the field, and clocked in with a PER of 13. 8 over 10 seasons. Basically, replacement level mediocrity at its finest. The highlight of his career was winning the 2004 three point contest, which is like grilling the best hotdog at a bake sale.
t fucking being there. Voshon Lenard was the dickhead Tim Hardaway of mediocre players: legendarily average. He played 565 games in his career, which is something substantial. (Five hundred of anything is a Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 For Sale
shot or hitting an open three. But Voshon Lenard wasn't a good basketball player to my knowledge (which was NBA Live and things my dad said), so him not being terrible was an easy thing to get angry at. It may not be a happy topic, but every family should think about what happens in the future, especially when it comes time to talk about family assets.
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