Woody’s words of wisdom

Jamal Crawford and Hawks coach Mike Woodson are on the same page now after a brief meeting of the minds after Crawford played just 12 minutes in the season opener.

Jamal Crawford and Hawks coach Mike Woodson are on the same page now after a brief meeting of the minds after Crawford played just 12 minutes in the season opener.

HAWKSVILLE – Jamal Crawford was understandably a bit confused about his role as the Hawks’ sixth man after playing just 12 minutes in the season opener.

A prolific scorer sitting on the bench for most of a track meet that ended in a 120-109 win for the Hawks didn’t make much sense to anyone else either, including Hawks coach Mike Woodson.

So he did what any reasonable people manager would do, he called Crawford into his office Thursday (well before tonight’s game against Gilbert Arenas and the Wizards of Washington at Philips Arena) and dispensed a few words of wisdom.

“I had to let him know that he is a big part of what we’re doing here,” Woodson said. “I can’t sit here and say, ‘Jamal I’m going to give you 35 minutes a game.’ But I have to make him more a part of what we’re doing, without a doubt. Because he has a position on this team where he can score the ball for us and be a big threat and take some of the pressure off of Joe [Johnson] and Mike [Bibby], Marvin [Williams], Josh [Smith] and Al [Horford]. He is coming off the bench and you need guys coming off the bench to score the ball. I’ve got to help him and put him in positions where he can be successful and help us win games.”

I asked someone to translate that from coach speak for me and apparently it means Woodson reminded Crawford that he’s a scorer first and foremost and not to lose that mentality, even when he comes off the bench. Crawford has shown off spectacular passing skills throughout the preseason and even in the opener. But the Hawks need him to do what comes naturally, and that’s score at will.

That sounds like a reasonable plan to me, especially with Arenas and the high-scoring Wizards in town.

334 comments Add your comment

Peter

October 31st, 2009
10:21 am

Marvin as usual is way too soft !

He looks like a Boy amongst Men !

ILL-logical

October 31st, 2009
10:35 am

I think I may have seen the Hawks future last night. I’m not talking about Jamal starting at the point or Josh’s emergence as a combo forward adept at both positions or Mo becoming the defensive and offensive spark that Mario only supplied defensively.

No, what I saw was either Andre Blatch or Jar’velle McGee in a Hawk’s uniform playing center (after some serious weight training). When Jamison returns, someone’s minutes are going to be drastically cut. One of the two will become redundent and therefore available, most likely this summer. My money is on Blatch because of the Wizards love of McGee. Blatch could come here in a trade for a draft pick and with some special coaching from an Antonio Davis type-what former NBA players don’t live here-he could be the presence in the middle that the Hawks need to go to the next level. with his age,skills and size, he could provide the piece tthat carrys the Hawks to the next level for the next 5 years. Caveat: This assumes that Jamal stays and continues to be the starting point and Marvin replaces Joe when he leaves for the Knicks along with Amar’e.

JeJe

October 31st, 2009
10:35 am

Exactly. Our whole half-court offense is JJ or Bibby dribbling for 15 seconds then pulling up with the J

Flappin Hawk

October 31st, 2009
11:31 am

Last night was a blast to watch. Woody’s trying to mix and match. It reminded me Fratello’s batch of mixable ingredients he had back in the day. Not saying Woody is Fratello, just saying their like Chefs in a gourmet kitchen.
Some of the mixes last night were beautiful to watch, particularly when Crawford and Smoove were on the floor at the same time…deadly combo. Some of the other mixes didn’t work so well. The Hawks certainly did not play overly well but they still easily had this game in hand. By mid-season we’ll be creeping up into the Easts Top 3.
We finally have the interchangeable parts to play any type of game now. Should be a fun season.
Thanks Sund…nice work!

Native Son

October 31st, 2009
11:53 am

This is the most whiniest, crybabyish, no real confidence having-est, one foot in, one foot outiesh, blog participants in the world.

Pat yourselves on the back, you’re the champs, and you deserve it. You;ve accomplished the title in just two games.

Peace from the most Native Son.
P.S.: I’m “Ramblin’ to Tampa for the ACC Title Game. “All TURNT’ UP”

rusty

October 31st, 2009
11:55 am

big ray
dont get so upset. im not that crazy about jj or mw either as i think they are over rated

Grandad

October 31st, 2009
11:56 am

Ill-logical: We’re on the same page. See above post. I didn’t realize Blatche had a face up game.

darrell starks

October 31st, 2009
12:17 pm

Nice win woody keep your starter fresh during the year so come playoff they will be ready 2 rock and roll.

JOE 30MIN GOOD JOB WOODY.
GO HAWKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ramon

October 31st, 2009
12:41 pm

So the Hawks get the Lakers after their first lost at the season, interesting. So much for Reggie Miller’s 20-1 prediction lol. I think one of the keys may be to give Artest the jumper most of the evening. Zaza and Joe Smith should get a lot of time with this lineup I would think. Because Josh matches up better with Artest than Marvin does. You can still see Artest isn’t quite comfortable yet in the triangle. So let him go out and force shots. Also on the defensive end, I don’t see him not ending up with 2 quick fouls trying to guard Josh in the first quarter. As long as Artest is thinking instead of just playing, attack him.

Kobe vs Joe will be a great match up no matter what anyone here thinks about Joe. Bibby will not feel threatened by Fisher (they play the same game), so he can cover him. With Joe free to battle against Kobe, I really don’t see him needing much double team help. I say if Joe can get 7-9 quick points in the first quarter, it’ll be good to take them. But do it while still taken advantage of Josh’s mismatch. I really see the starters playing 35+ minutes tomorrow. And that is ok because these are the WORLD CHAMPIONS who you only play twice a year. Its better to win this game and lose the next 2, than to lose this one and win the next 3.

2.5

October 31st, 2009
12:41 pm

2.5

October 31st, 2009
12:54 pm

JeJe

October 31st, 2009
1:12 pm

We will be 2-2 after these next 2 games, so we need to prepare for after that. I expect the usual annual 30 point thrashing on LAL, and a close but 10 point loss to a rugged Portland tea,

Ken Strickland

October 31st, 2009
1:13 pm

All one has to do is listen to Crawford and you’ll find he’s a thinker. That’s why I have no doubt he’s perfectly aware of the situation he’s in with the Hawks. This is the 1st winning team he’s been on. He knows JJ turned down the Hawks latest offer and wants to test FA. Personally, I think he’s trying to show he’s more than just a scorer, and can provide everything JJ provides, plus more speed, quickness, versatility and athleticism. If Sund buys in to what he can do, it might make the Hawks more willing to do a sign and trade with JJ rather than resigning him.

Crawford is actually more suited for Woodson’s style of OFF than JJ. JJ is far more dangerous posting up than Marvin. If Woodson used JJ properly, he’d regularly post him on the blocks and take full advantage of his size, strength and passing ability. That way, we could punish teams trying to double him on the post, rather than having him pounding the ball trying to beat double teams out at the key. JUST A THOUGHT.

For the 2nd gm in a row, I want to offer HC Mike Woodson a heart felt thumbs up. We consistently attacked the basket and pushed the ball, like we did against Indy. We maintained good ball movement, with little to no ISO Joe or Bibby. He allowed Teague and Crawford to have the mins needed to be viable contributors and used a 10 man rotation. Now, that’s good coaching, which is all I’ve been asking for all along. It’s Woodson, not JJ or Bibby, that made this decision to play uptempo, increase/maintain ball movement and attack the basket.

The only thing I’d like to see now is for us to abandon the switching DEF we use extensively. That DEF makes it hard for Marvin, Horford and Smoove to play the type of man DEF they’re capable of playing. They’re constantly switching and getting caught up in mismatches. Now that we have Crawford and Teague, and Bibby’s mins will be reduced, we can trust him to hold his own defensively. He’s certainly done a good job so far. We were at our best as a defensively before we started switching everything.

As far as Horford playing 38mins last night and JJ playing 39 against Indy, it shouldn’t be a problem as long as it’s done periodically. Our guys are young enough to be able to play heavy mins on occasions. They should get their rest when we go against teams we should be able to defeat while giving our bench heavy mins. WE’LL GET OUR CHANCE TO SEE HOW MUCH WE’VE IMPROVED SO FAR OUR THIS UPCOMING WEST COAST TRIP.

Grandad

October 31st, 2009
1:59 pm

K.S.: Insightful. Do you think Wash. would send us Caron Butler and Javale McGee for Joe(sign & trade)? Not that I am wishing Joe away, just expanding on your thought.

Mark Bradley

October 31st, 2009
3:39 pm

Enter your comments hereMike Woodson might have too many players. As problems go, this is among the better ones. Indeed, it beats the heck out of the issue Woodson faced when he arrived here in 2004 — having no players whatsoever.

“That team [the 2004-05 Hawks, who lost 69 games] was gutted,” Woodson said Wednesday, speaking before the grown-up Hawks were to open their season against Indiana. “We were in rebuilding mode. We counted on young guys to get better — Marvin [Williams] and Smoove [Josh Smith] and Al [Horford], and even Joe [Johnson] was young — and they have. And if they continue to grow, we’ve got a chance to be in the hunt the next three or four years.”

And they do. But first Woodson has to wrangle a roster unlike any he has had. He has to find minutes for 11 legitimate NBA players, and not many teams ever placate 11 men. So, Woodson was asked, can he?

“It’s something I haven’t done,” he said. “And I will not sacrifice games just to satisfy someone.”

Then this: “It’s important to get a rotation down, and I haven’t quite done that yet. You can’t find 30 minutes a night for 11 or 12 guys.”

Fun with numbers: The Hawks kept seven of their top eight players, drafted Jeff Teague, traded for Jamal Crawford and signed Joe Smith and Jason Collins as free agents. That makes 11 men, 10 of whom have professional pedigrees. And Woodson says of Teague: “He played well enough in preseason to earn some time on the floor. I’m going to play him tonight.”

But now the Hawks have six perimeter players — Mike Bibby, Johnson, Crawford, Teague, Williams and Mo Evans. As Woodson conceded: “It’s not going to be easy to play all six.” Especially if Johnson slides to small forward and takes some minutes there.”

More Woodson: “I wasn’t interested in bringing young guys in [this summer]. We needed veteran guys who’d fit a piece of the puzzle. Our draft choice is going to be our young guy now. And if [Teague] continues to do it over a long haul, he’ll get minutes. I’ve been pretty pleased so far.”

The interior riddle is simpler: Five men for two positions. Horford and Josh Smith to start, Zaza Pachulia and Joe Smith and Collins to relieve.

“It’s important for [bench] guys to know their roles,” Woodson said. “Jamal has got to score. Joe Smith has to defend and rebound. Jason Collins has to defend and give hard fouls and do the dirty work … You’ve got to play well enough to earn your time on the floor.”

There will be difficult moments ahead. Not everyone will work enough to suit him, and one or two will say so publicly. But that’s OK. So long as Woodson establishes a working second unit and eases the load on his starters, the increased depth will yield an increase in victories. Besides, it’s better to have good guys sitting than not have them at all.

“I remember last year after Al got hurt those two times,” Woodson said. “We were exposed. Al’s the one guy I feared going down. But having Joe Smith and Collins, that’s a help.”

Mark Bradley

October 31st, 2009
3:41 pm

Grandad/Sautee

Do you have a roll or purpose other than Ken’s Royal butt kisser?

KevinA

October 31st, 2009
6:33 pm

Big Ray

October 30th, 2009
10:40 pm
A quick look at the stat box will tell you where our offense was coming from in the third quarter, when we should have been stepping all over the Wiz. I can tell you this much, the errant jumpers weren’t coming from our frontcourt members…..ahem….

Yep the front court is carrying this team.

I know Crawford is doing great but he still is not finding Evans enough. Hottest player in preseason and regular season? Has he missed yet?

Ken Strickland

October 31st, 2009
7:25 pm

GRANDAD-I doubt if they would send both for JJ. We’d have to either include someone else, or exchange some draft picks. As you might have noticed already, we have a lot of bottom feeders lurking around these blogs that like to attack anyone with an actual IQ and something meaningful to contribute, so just ignore the trash. I’d think Sund would be more interested in acquiring draft picks and someone to backup Crawford.

CButler and Marvin are both SF’s, and since neither has true SG skills, acquiring him wouldn’t make a lot of sense, especially if Bibby is the starting PG(he needs the type of ballhandling help that JJ provides). Last yr CButler averaged 6.2RPG, 20.8PPG on 1085FGA’s while playing an average of 38.6MPG. Marvin averaged 6.3RPG, 13.9PPG on 622FGA’s while playing an average of 34.3MPG. Basically, instead of trading for CButler, we could increase Marvin’s FGA’s to Butler type levels and potentially get Butler type scoring numbers. If we reduced Butler’s FGA’s to Marvins level, we’d likely get Marvin type scoring numbers. I think we’d be better served if we acquired a draft pick(s) and someone that could replace JCrawford’s production off the bench.

JEJE-Why do you think the NBA requires all teams to play their gms? Based on assumptions like yours, and last yrs accomplishments, Cleveland should be 2-0 instead of 0-2, shouldn’t they, but they had to play the gms and ended up with results they hadn’t predicted. I’D CERTAINLY HATE TO HAVE YOU, OR ANYONE THAT THINKS LIKE YOU, ON MY TEAM.

Blast

October 31st, 2009
7:57 pm

In two games, Al Horford is leading the league in block shots at 3.5, and tied with three for second in rebounds at 14 per. Way to go big fella. Hope he can keep it up. Josh Smith’s 900 blocks must be rubbing off him!

Congrats, Josh! Josh Smith is also the youngest player in NBA history to reach 100 blocks, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, and now 900 block shots! In two games this season, he is averaging 19 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists, 2.5 blocks and 2.5 steals. Can we say All Star?

hawk's hawk

October 31st, 2009
8:20 pm

Hopefully the J-Smoove haters(atlanta fans) will start to show the young man some love. Great game Hawks, lets hope it continues. Go Hawks!!!!!!!!!

Grandad

October 31st, 2009
9:29 pm

MB – I don’t know Sautee or Ken Strickland much less am I posing as one or engaging in some perverse act wi. the other. I have been around
basketball a long, long time. I know a little something about the game and also a bit about talent evaluation. I now enjoy the game for pleasure. Reading this board is both informative and as it turns out somewhat amusing. That is good, given that my Dawgs were neither entertaining, competitive, or even a little bit amusing today. Woody probably is more innovative and aggressive than Willie Martinez. Back to the game I really love; Ken, I do not worry nor am I even ruffled by those who think I cannot clearly formulate my own ideas. Also Ken, I just really like J. McGee and did so even when he played for Coach Fox. Another pt. was; I was trying to match contracts, plus I believe we would need another hoss if we let Joe get away, therefore precipitating another trade involving Caron or Marv based on my previous scenario. Even if Joe stays I think we need one more(to use my word)hoss. Josh is showing signs that he might be that player. My last thought is that eventually we/Hawks need an enforcer around the basket. I suppose I’m one who considers Big Al a 4. Currently as they are constructed…I like our guys, see them competing, contending, and are a pleasure to “pull for” (ol’ country phrase). I hate it when Woody says we are playing for # 4 seed. I would opine that players should be motivated to be Contenders & Winners…capitalization intended. My apologies for this dissertation.

Ken Strickland

October 31st, 2009
9:59 pm

GRANDAD-well spoken. If we continue to have good ball and player movement, attack the basket and run at every opportunity, we can compete with the elite teams with our current lineup. However, we must follow this formula and not revert back to being a jumpshooting halfcourt team like we were before the last 2gms. I’d like to see us use JJ more in the post. His combination of size, height, strength, inside scoring and passing ability would give up a definite advantage 9 times out of ten. I’ll guarantee you teams won’t be as willing to leave Bibby open, or Marvin for that matter, with JJ in the post as they’ve been with him around the key.

With Kobe guarding JJ in the post, I’d give the edge to JJ, but out near the key, I’d give the edge to Kobe. JJ would be a much more consistent and dangerous weapon for us if we posted him up more. He’d almost demand some kind of double team.

Grandad

October 31st, 2009
11:04 pm

KS: Thanks, once again we agree on some sort of motion off. principles. It would be interesting if Woody ran some sort of Princeton variation or trip. post/ tiangle set which would facilitate Joe working in the post. It appears Woody has no true philosophy, at least on off.

TrainWreck

October 31st, 2009
11:32 pm

Did Anybody see what the Wizards did to the Nets? Was not pretty. I notice Mr. Lopez did not do so well. 13 points 3 rebounds 1 block. Mr. Horford did much better against the Wizards 10 points 12 rebounds 4 or 5 blocks. So much for not being a REAL center.

JeJe

October 31st, 2009
11:34 pm

Hawks better play hard and try steal 1 of these games. If we are to win big games on the road, we need J.Craw getting 28+ minutes

richbrave

November 1st, 2009
1:02 am

Sekou Smith

October 30th, 2009
8:37 pm
Crawford’s steady heat while Gilbert’s suddenly gone cold.

I wouldn’t discount my home team just yet. SAUNDERS is working some quiet magic in D.C. By the end of this season, the WIZ should be formidable opposition.

hawks_4_life

November 1st, 2009
1:06 am

How is everyone’s fantasy bball team looking? Today is the last day to seal the win.

richbrave

November 1st, 2009
1:14 am

ILL-LOGICAL:

Don’t count on it. In SAUNDERS’ offense both will be come highly effective as both HAYWOOD and JAMISON decline. In fact ANTAWN has already begun that process IMO. No way either leaves. BLATCHE just dropped 30 on the NETS tonight, and he is serious about his work unlike other years. BTW, the WIZ just picked up both options for next year on NICK YOUNG, and McGEE. In an ominous sign for doc’s and my man JAVARIS CRITTENTON, the club did not exercise it’s option. I knew it. They’re gonna’ wait and see on him. He really screwed himself playing in the ATLANTA summer league without permission.

Truth-Serum

November 1st, 2009
4:26 am

fresh-start-for-crawford

Good article from Sekou. It has me drooling. I can imagine Crawford at the point with JJ @ the 2. NO doubt that would be the best best court in the NBA!!! Ferocious. That would definitely open up the low post….wide open. Choose your posion!

Grandad's Mother

November 1st, 2009
4:29 am

Guys, Im enjoying the blog page here. I really enjoy how guys like ken and truth-serum and sautee create these fictional people and you use them to support your views and Idea’s, as if two people are having a conversation when there is really only one. Id like to introduce myself and hope that I get the same welcome you gave Grandad, Im Grandad’s Mom.

Shout out to my son!

Grandad's Mother

November 1st, 2009
4:33 am

Yea, before the last two games we did not have a low post game so we had no offense out side of the guards and shooting forwards. Hopefully players in the low post will make shots and become more reliable so woodson can have more options.

Truth-Serum

November 1st, 2009
4:49 am

Welcome Granddad’s Mother. Feel free to expression your opinion. Yes. You are right. There is a lot of fictional characters on this site.

I must agree. Did you notice how in the last game horford was 4 of 11 from the post. Thats not good at all. Id like to see a higher pct. from the post. Normally the higher pct is the post. He and zaza arent good finishers. Cant blame it on Woodson if you have 11 shots it means hes giving you the opportunity to be a part of the offense. Its up to Horford to make the basket. Woodson cant play for them. Thank God for the Guard play to keep us in the game. I hear them whine alot about how Horford has these double doubles. Yeah, 10 points on 4 of 15 from right under the basket and 5 of the rebounds were his own misses! Lets hope he gets better. Woodson is giving him a opportunities. They dont let woodson shoot for Horford or zaza.
This year hopefully Horford and zaza will learn to finish. Horford is a decent rebounder. Perhaps he can move back to the power forward spot and get rebounds like Dennis rod man use to. Hopefully well get a center at some point.

by the way why dont you and your son spell your name Granddad?

Grandad's Mother

November 1st, 2009
4:55 am

Well, Spelling is not a strength of my son. He is easily swayed. I find him hanging out with the Bubba crew a lot. Hes been given a “I HATE WOODSON” T-SHIRT. Go figure. I dont like the company he keeps.

Have to agree with you about the Hawks and the need for a center. What do you think about Crawford at the point JJ at the two, with marv, josh and Horford?

Truth-Serum

November 1st, 2009
4:58 am

Thats the best lineup the hawks have but it would weaken the second unit, unless we moved marv to the second unit. Any way im out for the night. Hopefully Ken and sautee will give you the same reception they gave your son. Welcome. Granddad’s Mother.

Grandad's Mother

November 1st, 2009
5:00 am

Thank you T.S. Good night, or should I say good morning to you.

hawks_4_life

November 1st, 2009
5:03 am

Grandad i think if you do that line up it takes away from the versatility of our bench. Our bench backcourt would be very undersized too with Bibby, teague and even Evans who already spends time at SF.

hawks_4_life

November 1st, 2009
5:04 am

T.S. you beat me to it lol.

Mark Bradley

November 1st, 2009
8:49 am

Grandad

October 31st, 2009
9:29 pm

OK KEN

Grandad's Mother

November 1st, 2009
9:03 am

hawks_4_life I guess you are right. I was thinking the same thing. But its just intriguing to see a back court of Crawford and JJ. Truely thats unstoppable. It would be the best in the nba. Imagine how many by default baskets Horford would get.
If we put crawford and jj with moe evans josh and Horford to start at 1,2,3,4,5

Back that up with Teague and Bibb, Marvin Joe smith and collins or zaza and let the offens run through Marvin with teague penetrating, Bibby and Joe smith bursting shots and smith and collins holding the middle.

Its just a thought.

Truth-Serum

November 1st, 2009
9:06 am

hawks_4_life

November 1st, 2009
5:04 am

I guess I got up before you did. Id say he’s rather obvious and with obvious reasons. Glad you enjoyed the satire. I guess youll beat me up next time.

Thanks for the shout out!!

doc

November 1st, 2009
10:51 am

rich, thanks for the summary. hope the wiz continue to give head fakes at getting better when playing the hawks.

lakers tonight, huh, they any good?

Keep it Real!

November 1st, 2009
11:14 am

Woodie is not a good coach! M. Biddy playing time should decrease he is truly a defensive liability. Early in the year you should want to divide the time.

When you play 4 games in 5 days you need to play 10 players, this will help the starters be able to effectively close a game on the road.

This team will need Jamal to score and dish on the road because this current group of players have a history of playing poorly on the road.

Dos Hawkquis

November 1st, 2009
11:21 am

How the Hawks play tonight’s game will mean so much to me. If they get blown out, like they did during the preseason game at Orlando, then the Hawks are who we thought they were.

However, if they put up a good fight, then I will still consider them as a possible 3 seesd in the East, supplanting_________?

We are all familiar with the Hawks woes on the road, but we have Crawford, Joe Smith, Teague, and Collins who are not familiar with the Hawks road malaise.

“I don’t always watch basketball, but when I do, I prefer the Hawks. Stay thirsty my friends!”

Keep it Real!

November 1st, 2009
11:34 am

@Dos…. I think if the Hawks stay healthy they can get the 4 or 5 spot this year. The Wizards will have a very good team once all their players return.

I believe Crawford is the key to the Hawks winning on the road. I do not expect much out of J. Smith, Teague and Collins when it comes to helping the Hawks win on the road.

JeJe

November 1st, 2009
11:39 am

Things I’d like to see today:

1) Al Horford to stop taking that dreadful contested awkward fadeaway shot he never makes

2) Marvin to actually contribute all 4 quarters and to stop driving the lane with his timid, awkward, and frail body hitting the floor every time

3) Jamal Crawford to shoot whenever the heck he wants to

4) The Hawks to actually run some plays

Keep it Real!

November 1st, 2009
11:53 am

That is why Woodie is a terrible coach! Woodie will call a time-out to call a clear out for Joe Johnson for the entire 4th quarter. As if teams cannot adjust to guarding JJ in the 4th quarter.

Marvin Williams is just soft. He will always be a 14 point scorer 3 to 5 rebounds and soft defense that is M. Williams.

Dos Hawkquis

November 1st, 2009
12:03 pm

Coach Woodsons has the same problems as Mark Richt, of the Georgia Bulldogs, he is loyal to a fault. Woodson is gracious to Bibby, because Bibby SAVED Coach Woodson’s job by leading us to the playoffs and taking B-town to 7games. There is no way and I mean NO WAY that Jamal Crawford should be coming off the bench.

I bet that if JJ/Crawford/Marvin/Smoove/Horford were your starting 5, we would be impossible to stop and Bibby coming off the bench would provide a spark with the 3-pt ball.

“I don’t always watch basketball, but when I do, I prefer the Hawks. Stay thirsty my friends!”

Idiot Check

November 1st, 2009
12:04 pm

Who in the hell is M. Biddy? What kind of idiot is sending this hate message? and Who in the hell is Biddy? sautee? is that you?

Keeping it real!!

November 1st, 2009
12:06 pm

I guess imitation is the greastest form of flattery. Thanks sautee(keep it real). Im flattered!

Keeping it real!!

November 1st, 2009
12:08 pm

Next time you imitate me aleast remember to add the ing. By the way Woodson is doing a great job…once again!!