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Offline V-Max

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PJC just looking to heal.
« on: July 06, 2018, 02:39:57 PM »
Lingering injuries keeping him off the floor.,.  :-\


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Re: PJC just looking to heal.
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2018, 10:27:12 PM »
Good luck PJC!

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Re: PJC just looking to heal.
« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2018, 08:05:13 AM »
The last season especially, I thought Parker gave the Wildcats his all.  He busted his buns and many times lifted the Cats out of a scoring slump by taking the lead and scoring which caused the defenses to pay more attention to him.  This not only fired up the rest of the Cats, but also left them a little more room to move as Parker had to be paid more attention to.  And to hear that he was playing with injuries that were ongoing just makes what he did even more impressive.  As far as him getting into the pros...I'm reminded of someone else who no one thought would make the pros but has turned into a NBA PRO.  Yes, I'm speaking of TJ.  Parker looks like he's going to continue to work as hard as possible until he has reached "The Peak".

Best to you Parker Jackson Cartwright!  You made us proud when you were here, and I have no doubt you will continue the same in the League.

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Re: PJC just looking to heal.
« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2018, 08:19:47 AM »
Great post.

PJC doesn't get enough credit for his 4-year effort in Tucson.

Every time Arizona needed a bucket, he quietly hit a floater from the lane.  His 3 pointers were solid at the beginning of this season & he rarely made "stupid" turnovers.

He was recruited to Tucson to be a "safe" point guard...likely a backup.  Justin Simon, Kobi Simmons and Alex Barcello were all recruited to compete with Parker for playing time...and he kept all of them on the bench because he was a great distributor.

Hoping that PJC can make a nice living overseas!


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