Nostrabuckus strikes again! Remember, priority membership in my cult is still available and grants you exclusive perks like front-row seating to the rituals (because what kind of cult would it be without rituals) and 10 percent off all merchandise purchases of 100 dollars or more.
Here’s what I wrote in my last video description for Luke Kennard, just yesterday:
“Andre Drummond doesn’t really count as a banana because all he can do is dunk and throw up garbage hook shots. Derrick Rose might not count either if he can’t stay on the court consistently, same with Blake Griffin, and if all those dudes don’t count, then all of a sudden Kennard is the first option.”
I was SO right about Rose and Griffin not being on the court consistently (which was an extremely bold and forward-thinking prediction, if I do say so myself) and I was also right about Drummond just throwing up garbage and hoping it goes in (although that’s been true his whole career). And I was right that Drummond is not a banana. Abolve all, I was right that all the above factors combined to make Kennard the first option on the Pistons, a role which he will never relinquish.
It’s a tale as old as time: some young stud gets a taste of what it’s like being the first banana on offense, and he never allows it to be taken from him until he’s old and feeble. It happened with Kobe Bryant. It happened with Allen Iverson. And now it’s happening with Kennard, who is sorta like a combo of those two players with a little dash of Bob Sura.