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Will KP return 2018-2019?

Yes
11
69%
No
5
31%
 
Total votes : 16

Re: KP return vote

Postby taowave » May 16, 2018, 7:25 pm

You got that Right..Guy scares the shit out of me.. Sooner KP leaves thsy syetoid monkey,the happier I'll be

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Re: KP return vote

Postby Don Che » May 16, 2018, 7:45 pm

The way KP is handling the injuries makes me think hes gonna leave. kid is just distant from the organization
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Re: KP return vote

Postby nazrmohamed » May 16, 2018, 10:13 pm

I do not get you guys. Everybody wants him to be tougher, get deep in the post, be a C. And then you hear about him training everybody gets all nervous. Same fans been so anti-muscle since he was drafted and not one injury has been related to the overwhelming stress of lifting weights you guys fabricate. In fact being light gives him this perception that he should fly and that's why he got fucking hurt.

Let him train. Athletes have been hiring trainers from other sports since the dawn of athletics. You guys are overanalyzing it. And guess what? KP NEEDS to look different when he comes back. Not to toot my own horn but I was starting to look my age complete with a beer belly and all. I've been training inconsistently for 2 months and my body shape has already changed, my posture is better, my back hurts less, I have more spring in my step. I feel stronger and in turn, I wanna be more active. Point is KP consistently training, which I'm sure includes stretching and plyometrics should yield far better results. But we gotta get over this correlation with players using weights and injury.

His trainer isn't a novice. He's just being branded as a kook by trainers who with they got hired.
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Re: KP return vote

Postby taowave » May 17, 2018, 7:10 am

No one in their right might objects to KP being on a strength and conditioning program..Don and my hesitation is training with Colker..

And e did not get hurt because he flys high...KP had bad luck (ACL)sprinkled in with being somewhat injury prone(Shoulder/elbow).


nazrmohamed wrote:I do not get you guys. Everybody wants him to be tougher, get deep in the post, be a C. And then you hear about him training everybody gets all nervous. Same fans been so anti-muscle since he was drafted and not one injury has been related to the overwhelming stress of lifting weights you guys fabricate. In fact being light gives him this perception that he should fly and that's why he got fucking hurt.

Let him train. Athletes have been hiring trainers from other sports since the dawn of athletics. You guys are overanalyzing it. And guess what? KP NEEDS to look different when he comes back. Not to toot my own horn but I was starting to look my age complete with a beer belly and all. I've been training inconsistently for 2 months and my body shape has already changed, my posture is better, my back hurts less, I have more spring in my step. I feel stronger and in turn, I wanna be more active. Point is KP consistently training, which I'm sure includes stretching and plyometrics should yield far better results. But we gotta get over this correlation with players using weights and injury.

His trainer isn't a novice. He's just being branded as a kook by trainers who with they got hired.
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Re: KP return vote

Postby Don Che » May 17, 2018, 10:50 am

nazrmohamed wrote:I do not get you guys. Everybody wants him to be tougher, get deep in the post, be a C. And then you hear about him training everybody gets all nervous. Same fans been so anti-muscle since he was drafted and not one injury has been related to the overwhelming stress of lifting weights you guys fabricate. In fact being light gives him this perception that he should fly and that's why he got fucking hurt.

Let him train. Athletes have been hiring trainers from other sports since the dawn of athletics. You guys are overanalyzing it. And guess what? KP NEEDS to look different when he comes back. Not to toot my own horn but I was starting to look my age complete with a beer belly and all. I've been training inconsistently for 2 months and my body shape has already changed, my posture is better, my back hurts less, I have more spring in my step. I feel stronger and in turn, I wanna be more active. Point is KP consistently training, which I'm sure includes stretching and plyometrics should yield far better results. But we gotta get over this correlation with players using weights and injury.

His trainer isn't a novice. He's just being branded as a kook by trainers who with they got hired.



i have no issue with him training...i just dont know about that trainer he works with..just dont get a good vibe from him The only reason im not scared is because he worked with Shaq and Shaq loves him also.

and hes very distant from the knicks. Him training is obvious and needs to happen.
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Re: KP return vote

Postby NewlyKnicked » May 18, 2018, 11:52 am

I think KP needing to do strength training is one of the very few points we all agree about. Concerns are about Dr DeVito-on-steroids that provides it. But if KP likes him, so be it...
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