NBA Trades: Tyrus Thomas Has The Opportunity To Blossom For Bobcats

February 19th, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
The brief NBA career of Tyrus Thomas has been filled with valuable teaching moments which the youngster sometimes failed to grasp, and his lack of progression is one of the reasons the Chicago Bulls were willing to part with him.

Throw in a questionable attitude, a perception that he was hard to coach, and a rash of injuries, and you have the perfect recipe to derail a promising future before it has a chance to start.

Life is all about second chances and the NBA mirrors that concept, so Thomas has been given the opportunity to revive his career in Charlotte, playing for Larry Brown, a coach all-to-familiar with difficult personalities.

Talent or skill has never been an issue for Thomas who was blessed with other-wordly athleticism and great leaping ability, but discipline, instinct, and the ability to accept instruction has.

So Thomas gets a return to the classroom for a coach who is renown as a teacher, and is unafraid to impose his will on the practice court or during the game, in order to persuade his team to adhere to his scheme.

Brown may be exactly what Thomas needs as his brief time in the league has been highligh ...

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