Relax, this is just for reminiscing.
I see Al as HWFL. He was part of a team I'll never forget (reason why I'm a dubs fan today) and an important piece of the rotation that helped smoke those Mavs in 6
I wish Paschall well, I hope he improves as a player down in Utah and manages to carve himself a nice long career in the NBA
Hey Apricot, did you even tell people about the JTA and Mulder/Dray videos you put on YT.
Looking at the master list for this series, it's kind of strange to see Omari Spellman in the W4L list with so many other notable past Dubs not making it...
My first thought when I saw this story was "You gotta be kidding."
Hard pass on both.
OT Just reading this about Looney winning the Drew League championship and being named MVP with 25 pts [including his tip in to send the championship game to OT] and 14 rebounds.
I’m voting “don’t care” for both
Harrington is close, but in applying my “Does the general public think of him as a Warrior?” test, would guess most NBA fans remember him as a Pacer.
With Paschall, I thought he was a lot of fun in his rookie season, but the nagging feeling that he made no effort to improve his mechanics and defense, and let his conditioning get away from him last season makes it hard for me to really get behind him.
Interesting pairing of EP with Harrington. Both are undersized scoring bigs with completely different offensive games. Both played for coaches that wanted them to play a style they weren't totally comfortable with.
"Don't care" for EP... but leaning slightly towards "Well" but that will probably fade as we watch Kuminga develop in the next season as a more complete version of EP.
Harrington deserves at least Honorary Warrior for being part of the We Believe core.
Paschall - don’t care, I just can’t root for guys who don’t play D and don’t make the right pass on O. He seemed to make progress towards the end of his rookie year, but the shutdown really derailed his progress.
Al Harrington I’d wish him well except I don’t think he should be a Warrior for life so the official answer has to be don’t care.
New video breaking down what James Wiseman and Jonathan Kuminga could offer the Warriors this season, plus an appearance by
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Well x 2.
Like others have said before, I wish both TMNT and EP well both on and off the court and I thank them for their years on the team. Other than than that? I don't have much else to say...
Not rooting against either of these guys and generally wish them well. But I don't think of them as Warriors for life. I guess intuitively, I'm using a different definition.
I must admit I don't really care about Paschall from now on outside of a general sense of gratitude. His rookie season was fun, but that's about it.
Not wanting anyone from the We Believe team to do well is heresy, so obviously that's the answer.
Poor Paschall. Him and Chriss never really got the true Warriors experience during their tenure here. Unfortunate. I think he can be useful in the league, just on another team. If I had to pick, it'd be Al. I have a soft spot for anyone that was on the team during the We Believe year... even Josh Powell.
Well, for both.
Paschall was one of the few things that made the 19-20 warriors somewhat watchable and I know I'll keep cheering for him.
Harrington - integral member of we believe. Definitely "well".