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NOLAbaby
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Who is "chief" in this quote?

"I understand the fans' frustration of Evans not starting, but it's a better compliment to have Ryan Anderson and Evans coming off the bench," says Williams. "The one thing with Josh is he doesn't shoot it well enough, not that Chief is shooting it great. But Anthony needs shooters around him, guys who can penetrate and create."

-From ESPN Insider


Lester Earl
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re: Who is "chief" in this quote?
Aminu


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TigerinATL
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re: Who is "chief" in this quote?
Chief is a nickname for Aminu.


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Gtothemoney
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re: Who is "chief" in this quote?
Calling Aminu the chief is an insult to Robert Parrish.


NorthshoreTiger76
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re: Who is "chief" in this quote?
SF needs to be addressed in the offseason


TigerinATL
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re: Who is "chief" in this quote?
I thought Chief was one of those oxymoronic veiled insult nicknames, like calling a fat guy Tiny.


JohnnyKilroy
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re: Who is "chief" in this quote?
His nickname is chief because Al Farouq means "the chief has arrived"
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ShamelessPel
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The one thing with Josh is he doesn't shoot it well enough, not that Chief is shooting it great. But Anthony needs shooters around him, guys who can penetrate and create.


That's it. This man is borderline delusional.


TigerinATL
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That's it. This man is borderline delusional.


What's wrong with surrounding him with penetrators and shooters? He's basically saying Childress is so bad I'm sticking with Aminu, not that Aminu is a shooter or creator.
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ShamelessPel
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re: Who is "chief" in this quote?
In the same quote, he states that it is better for Reke and Ryno to come off the bench, without any explanation for why that makes sense. Then, he proceeds to say Davis needs shooters (Ryno) and penetrators (Reke) around him.

We are playing Tyreke 24!!! minutes a game.


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Jwho77
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SF needs to be addressed asap in a trade involving Gordon unless they can deal for Greg Monroe


HeadyBrosevelt
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re: Who is "chief" in this quote?
I thought chief had something to do with Nigeria


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Fearthehat0307
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re: Who is "chief" in this quote?
man I thought all you fans knew this. for those who don't know

quote:

A descendant from a line of Nigerian kings, his name Al-Farouq means "the chief has arrived.


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touchdownjeebus
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His nickname is chief because Al Farouq means "the chief has arrived"


no it doesn't, not even close. its arabic and from FaRaQa, meaning truth from the untruths, or discerning what is true.


JohnnyKilroy
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re: Who is "chief" in this quote?
I don't claim to know the exact translation, I was just going off wikipedia


NOLAbaby
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re: Who is "chief" in this quote?
Now I get it. From Wake Forest site


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JimmyLoincloth
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no it doesn't, not even close. its arabic and from FaRaQa, meaning truth from the untruths, or discerning what is true.



Fail


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