Tony Allen Non-Disappointment Outlook Theory (TANDOT)

December 21st, 2009 by Loscy Loscy Leave a reply »
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This is my holiday gift to you. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanuka, or nothing, you are getting a stress-relieving gift about how to handle the next 56 games with Tony Allen at the quasi-helm. I’ve heard a lot of good anecdotes from various nooks and crannies on the internet in the last few days about Tony Allen’s recent performances.

When Tony Allen made his triumphant return on December 8th against Milwaukee, many of us held out breath...watched TA make a great pass or drive through the lane... then watched TA exercise his patented dribble-off-the-knee move (if you’ve done this, keep it on the DL, otherwise you’ll owe TA crazy royalties)...then make a good pass...then carry the ball...on and on again.

The same routine. We are impressed, then flustered, then hopeful, then woefully disappointed.

The next three games against Washington, Chicago, and Memphis gave us the same riveting roller coaster feelings: ups and downs ups and downs ups and downs and downs and downs. It had only been three games and the “TA One Man Act” had already grew tiresome.

Then Philadelphia happened. ...

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