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Haters gon Hate
Two years ago

#29900

CJ Massingale

where them haters at? CJ was the reason that adelaide got the win today

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Chuck Norris
Two years ago
15:40 11 Nov 12

Reply #386857

re: CJ Massingale

Lets hope he can keep it up & that his confidence builds. Well done CJ


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Big Marty
Two years ago
15:49 11 Nov 12

Reply #386858

re: CJ Massingale

Can't Tell if CJ Massingale won the game for the Sixers

or Shawn Redhage lost the game for the Wildcats.


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Happy Days
Two years ago
15:51 11 Nov 12

Reply #386859

re: CJ Massingale

CJ starting to come out of his shell.Once he gets his confidence up he will be an important part of the rotation.


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KingJames
Two years ago
15:54 11 Nov 12

Reply #386863

re: CJ Massingale

I have always been a fan of Massingale.

He is an unbelievable shooter, he just needs to do that in games. Also one very important thing is that he is solid at the foul line. It is very important that he gets the minutes as he will be very important to this team throughout the season


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xztatik
Two years ago
16:08 11 Nov 12

Reply #386865

re: CJ Massingale

18pts 2 steals at 63%. 7/7 from the line + some brilliant D.

Great game.


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joshuapending
Two years ago
16:27 11 Nov 12

Reply #386869

re: CJ Massingale

yep it was a great game, he had a good game against sydney i think it was as well. One thing that i think makes it hard for him is that he totally gets looked off from his teammates from time to time. I just hope these last couple of games seing the ball go down give him the confidence to keep attacking.


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KET
Two years ago
16:29 11 Nov 12

Reply #386870

re: CJ Massingale

Thing is, I think there's another level he can go when he's got the hot hand. He made an instant impact today, Clarke gave him more time as a result and he kept contributing with good defence,rebounding, a good block late and good offensive movement.


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Moon
Two years ago
16:30 11 Nov 12

Reply #386872

re: CJ Massingale

My money would be on Adelaide's bench to beat their starters at the moment. Time for for Massingale (less Cadee).


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Jack Toft
Two years ago
16:42 11 Nov 12

Reply #386877

re: CJ Massingale

I loved the contact lens incident.

Lost a contact? Yep, here it is, right where Redhage dragged his bum on the ground. That's OK, I'll just pop it back in.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
17:02 11 Nov 12

Reply #386882

re: CJ Massingale

Lets hope he can keep it up?? If he gets the time he can do this every week... So lets hope Marty plays him.... But yeah where the haters now????


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Spursfan
Two years ago
17:08 11 Nov 12

Reply #386883

re: CJ Massingale

Seriously, it's only one impressive game. I hope he can keep it up though because he made me like him out of pity and now he's probably going to be half decent...

Took him how many games to realise he actually had to make plays and not just be a number?


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Anonymous
Two years ago
17:20 11 Nov 12

Reply #386885

re: CJ Massingale

Spursfan.... Really??? Took him how many games for Clarke to actually play him?? I mean I'm not sure if u have ever played... But it is hard to play 5mins in the first half.. Not play again and make an impact... I guess he was lucky today that Clarke had no option but to play him... Hopefully Stevie won't play as much from now on... Because trust me I've watched CJ play for the past few years and he will produce these numbers if not better..


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Ballin Fan
Two years ago
17:26 11 Nov 12

Reply #386886

re: CJ Massingale

The physical way Perth play you really want to finish the game with players who can shoot foul shots...

and CJ has a very very good free throw technique.


When was the last time a 36er import was top scorer?


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Anonymous
Two years ago
18:09 11 Nov 12

Reply #386891

re: CJ Massingale

Last season?


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Camel 31
Two years ago
18:33 11 Nov 12

Reply #386894

re: CJ Massingale

Jack Toft - 7news loved the contact lens incident also
Big Marty - remember that Redhage scored more than weigh in less minutes of course.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
18:35 11 Nov 12

Reply #386895

re: CJ Massingale

Perth look like they could'nt give a shit any more!! Playin 5 away think it's hit them! How many missed shots free throws see how they play in front ove there fans! 200 minutes they have played and yet not a single cheer to spur u om must play apart


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Tyrell
Two years ago
18:37 11 Nov 12

Reply #386897

re: CJ Massingale

Big Marty- good call- missed free throws and missed layups!


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36reasons.net
Two years ago
18:38 11 Nov 12

Reply #386898

re: CJ Massingale

"Haters"? I think the frustration was due to the fact that up until last weekend he'd really shown nothing. Now he's shown what he is capable of and there's no reason we can't expect 10pts a game off the bench from him.


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Moon
Two years ago
18:56 11 Nov 12

Reply #386901

re: CJ Massingale

Yeah cause so many players dominate playing 5 minutes a game. He finally gets good minutes and performs (basically winning the game against one of the best teams). Marty Clarke should have given him more minutes earlier. A good coach would recognise talent.


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orbit
Two years ago
19:30 11 Nov 12

Reply #386904

re: CJ Massingale

these guys that dominate SEABL are cheap & worth a shot. CJ just needs some confidence going.

Cairns should grab Ivan Mcfarline from Bendigo as we seriously need a guy who can rebound & box out!


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Anonymous
Two years ago
20:01 11 Nov 12

Reply #386910

re: CJ Massingale

Perth look like they could'nt give a shit any more!! Playin 5 away think it's hit them! How many missed shots free throws see how they play in front ove there fans! 200 minutes they have played and yet not a single cheer to spur u om must play apart


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Anonymous
Two years ago
20:21 11 Nov 12

Reply #386912

re: CJ Massingale

It is amazing what you can do if given opportunity and allowed to get confidence.
Another reason well in last we had actually a player that moved with the ball carrier rather than ball carrier crashing into bigs or turn and dish back to stagnant player .
Clarke has sent so many good supporters away from this team but at least today rewarded players performing with extra time like CJ and Crosswell but
b---y Weigh again was crappy self and still lot of court time .
Gibson who started season well was very very ordinary and at times cannot see how even got close to Boomers squad.


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Spursfan
Two years ago
20:24 11 Nov 12

Reply #386914

re: CJ Massingale

#885, you just contradicted yourself there. The reason Clarke hadn't kept Massingale on the floor in previous games is because CJ didn't do anything, didn't even try to do something. He made an immediate impact today, so that's why Clarke gave him more minutes. Simple.

On a separate note, it is Massingale's job to produce immediately. Ever heard of instant offense? If he did it today, there's no reason he cannot keep doing it. Steindl does it, Gruber does it, Hire does it, Corey Webster does it, Bartlett does it.


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Hurls
Two years ago
20:41 11 Nov 12

Reply #386917

re: CJ Massingale

YEah anonymous.. weigh is so crap, leading the league in 3 point shooting and taking 11 rebounds.. what a crap player


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Anonymous
Two years ago
20:42 11 Nov 12

Reply #386918

re: CJ Massingale

McFarlin would have gone to Townsville but Bendigo wouldn't allow it...


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anon
Two years ago
20:52 11 Nov 12

Reply #386925

re: CJ Massingale

CJ showed something today because he was given the chance. He has always been a player that needs the ball in his hand to produce and when they a) put him on b) got him the ball he delivered. Was great to see.


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Isaac
Two years ago
21:04 11 Nov 12

Reply #386929

re: CJ Massingale

Who was defending Redhage?


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BigAds
Two years ago
21:06 11 Nov 12

Reply #386930

re: CJ Massingale

Petrie and Weigh for the most part


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Spursfan
Two years ago
21:07 11 Nov 12

Reply #386931

re: CJ Massingale

Redhage was guarding Redhage for the most part.


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xztatik
Two years ago
21:42 11 Nov 12

Reply #386937

re: CJ Massingale

"Steindl does it, Gruber does it, Hire does it, Corey Webster does it, Bartlett does it."

2/5


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Spursfan
Two years ago
21:46 11 Nov 12

Reply #386938

re: CJ Massingale

xztatik: what is "it" do you think?


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xztatik
Two years ago
22:01 11 Nov 12

Reply #386940

re: CJ Massingale

If you were talking about instant offence, it's 2/5 - Bartlett and Steindl

If you were talking about consistency, it's 2/5 - Gruber and Hire

There's no deeper argument here, there's no doubt that developing some consistency is the next step for CJ. I'm just a dick who likes correcting people when they list spuds.


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Spursfan
Two years ago
22:12 11 Nov 12

Reply #386947

re: CJ Massingale

I was talking about production, not instant offense, so you just confirmed four of the five. Chalk Webster up too, he does what the team asks of him. Might not knock down with regularity, but he delivers. mmm, spuds eh? Spuds, eh?


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xztatik
Two years ago
22:26 11 Nov 12

Reply #386950

re: CJ Massingale

"Production" is pretty broad, and none of these 5 are very high on the list in that category.


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Spursfan
Two years ago
22:46 11 Nov 12

Reply #386954

re: CJ Massingale

Bud, production=doing your job, right? I just listed guys who generally have shorter spells of minutes and do their job.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
22:54 11 Nov 12

Reply #386955

re: CJ Massingale

Spursfan if you taped or watched the game take a listen to Brett mahers comments re: massingale with about 1 minute to go in the game... That is all!


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Spursfan
Two years ago
23:19 11 Nov 12

Reply #386956

re: CJ Massingale

I'm not on my computer, what did he say?


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Ballin Fan
Two years ago
23:23 11 Nov 12

Reply #386957

re: CJ Massingale

So Anon, what did Brett say?


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Spursfan
Two years ago
01:10 12 Nov 12

Reply #386971

re: CJ Massingale

I remember picking Maher's pocket while he was trying to go all street on me at one of the Blitzā€˜s in Cairns years ago, highlight of my year I think.


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KET
Two years ago
07:38 12 Nov 12

Reply #386992

re: CJ Massingale

He was probably going easy on you Spursfan, not to ruin the moment or anything


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Mystro
Two years ago
07:58 12 Nov 12

Reply #386995

re: CJ Massingale

Cory is a better player than Bartlett. Hence why Cory is back at the Breakers and why Cory is a Tall Black and Bartlett doesn't even get regular invites to trial. Bartlett has improved greatly be all means but Cory has the higher ceiling and then Tai higher again.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
09:05 12 Nov 12

Reply #387007

re: CJ Massingale

McFarlin would have signed at Townville, but the Crocs offered minimal money,


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Anonymous
Two years ago
09:18 12 Nov 12

Reply #387011

re: CJ Massingale

So Bendigo offered more money than the $40k at Townsville? Yeah, that sounds about right...


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Anon12
Two years ago
10:04 12 Nov 12

Reply #387020

re: CJ Massingale

Pity that CJ's team mates don't recognise when he is free. 36ers guards seem intent on driving in to the key and popping up "floaters" when CJ was wide open on the right wing calling for the ball. It's okay if the "floaters" go in, but?. Brett identified the same issue during the commentary that not everyone can pull off the floater.


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Tornado
Two years ago
11:00 12 Nov 12

Reply #387036

re: CJ Massingale

Anon 12...I thought the same thing. All 3 guards were guilty of this, Cadee, Crosswell and Gibbo.

We could definitely be a smarter team!


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Spursfan
Two years ago
11:13 12 Nov 12

Reply #387040

re: CJ Massingale

My apologies KET, you were there weren't you? Boy are there some shitheads on this forum...


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xztatik
Two years ago
14:49 12 Nov 12

Reply #387111

re: CJ Massingale

Evidently...


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ShaneD
Two years ago
16:18 12 Nov 12

Reply #387128

re: CJ Massingale

If CJ and Marty's use of CJ can gain some consistency - then I'm fully on-board!


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Jeff
Two years ago
12:28 13 Nov 12

Reply #387306

re: CJ Massingale

Definitely again with you ShaneD....

Once again if given the opportunity, some succeed and some don't. Just so to happen Marty finally pulled the finger out and gave Massingale and Crosswell some good minutes and put them in positions to make an impact. Maybe time to shake up the line up a bit.

Starters: Petrie, Johnson, Weigh, Gibbo, & Massingale
Guys 1st of the Bench: Crosswell, Schenscher, Cadee etc...

BTW Spursfan = Massingale Hater; why not just congratulate the guy on a game well done. If CJ gets the same minutes next game and doesn't produce, by all means say something about it.


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Jeff
Two years ago
13:17 13 Nov 12

Reply #387319

re: CJ Massingale

Spursfan "On a separate note, it is Massingale's job to produce immediately. Ever heard of instant offense? If he did it today, there's no reason he cannot keep doing it. Steindl does it, Gruber does it, Hire does it, Corey Webster does it, Bartlett does it."

This is how these guys went on the weekend....

Corey Webster - didn't play
Gruber - 3pts(1/4fg) 3reb 1assist 1stl 1/4ft
Hire - 3pts (1/8fg; 1/4 3ptfg) 4reb 2assists 1stl
Bartlett - 3pts(1/3fg;1/3 3ptfg) 1reb 1stl 1to

*Alot of instant offense there I can see*

CJ Massingale - 18pts (5/8fg; 1/4 3ptfg) 7-7ft 2reb 2stls 1blk 1to


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Spursfan
Two years ago
15:55 13 Nov 12

Reply #387347

re: CJ Massingale

Hahaha oh Jeff stop it. You're killing me...


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