Tomas Satoransky 19 Points/6 Assists Full Highlights (1/25/2020)

DownToBuck ate some funny shrimp for lunch and isn’t feeling too well right now, so he’s going to phone in this description by utilizing the tried-and-true “power ranking” format. If the low-effort nature of this video description bothers you, I direct you to the description for tonight’s Shabazz Napier triple-double, which had a very high-effort description.

Without further introduction, I present to you THE OFFICIAL CZECH NBA PLAYERS THAT I WAS AROUND TO SEE POWER RANKINGS

1. Tomas Satoransky. He’s been the full-time starter for a couple years now, which is way more than any other Czech player can say about their NBA career. Does anybody have anything negative to say about this dude? The Bulls are underperforming but nobody seems to be blaming it on Sato. If I had to think of a negative thing to say about him, it would be that if a better Czech player came along, Sato would lose the number one spot on this power ranking without much resistance.

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9001. Jan Vesely. There’s no denying it, this guy was a major bust. I do think that he could have stuck around in the league if more teams had given him a chance, but it’s doubtful he would have turned into anything other than a hustle big off the bench. Now he’s almost thirty and it’s very unlikely that we ever see him don the uniform of another NBA team. Hopefully he at least ended up marrying that cute girl he kissed at the draft.

[POWER NOTE: DTB is done with shrimp forever]

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