Wally Szczerbiak Rumors

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Wally Szczerbiak
Wally Szczerbiak
Position: None
Born: 03/05/77
Height: 6-7 / 2.01
Weight:244 lbs. / 110.7 kg.
Once King copped to the party line, once everything was cool, his gig as a part-time studio analyst was safe. With the expanded postgame show, there was ample time to explain why King, the analyst, had become part of the Game 2 story line. Instead, they attempted to turn it all into a joke. Al (Wiggie) Trautwig reminded viewers they could follow him, Alan Hahn and Wally Szczerbiak on Twitter. “And we’ve gotten you (King) a fax machine,” Trautwig said, laughing. “I’m on fax,” King said. “So if you want to contact me, send me a fax.”
“The reason why I put the tweet out there about the clutch gene is to be objective. In our profession, our job is to be objective. We put LeBron on blast for not having the clutch gene. Watching KG throughout his career, now with Boston, I just threw it out there that, hey, let’s keep an eye on KG at crunch time and see what he does at crunch time. Because in years past, when we were with Minnesota, we had guys like Sam Cassell that took the big shot. Now with Boston he has Paul Pierce and Ray Allen. And to KG’s credit, why wouldn’t you defer to those guys at the end of games? They’re big-shot-makers. Paul Pierce showed it again last night.” Then Szczerbiak threw out the major mea-culpa. “Having said that, KG proved me completely wrong last night,” Szczerbiak said. “[He] made two huge free throws down the stretch and made a big 15-footer. If I’m one of the naysayers that’s helping motivate KG play at this level, then maybe the Boston fans owe me a little thank you. Because he’s just playing off the charts.”
“Lebron was very clutch when I played with him in Cleveland,” Szczerbiak immediately replied. “He made plays at the end of the game. He played aggressively. Now since he’s gone to Miami, he’s got a bunch of things running through his head. Should I be taking this last shot? Should I be looking for Wade? Should I be making the right basketball play? … He’s got way too many thoughts in his head.”