I’ve never fought anyone, but I would not hesitate to fight whoever left Jayson Tatum off of their All-Rookie First Team.
Boston’s Jayson Tatum lands on All-Rookie first team but misses unanimous selection by a single vote. pic.twitter.com/WUxphzqdE0
— Chris Forsberg (@ESPNForsberg) May 22, 2018
How dumb do you have to be to not give Jayson Tatum a vote? He’s arguably had one of the best rookie seasons in Celtic history. I mean, he’s one of the three finalists for Rookie of the Year for crying out loud. These writers literally get paid to watch the games and report on them. Clearly, whoever left him off of their ballot hasn’t been doing their job all season, because you have to be blind or just flat out dumb to not see that he’s a top three rookie from this years class.
He isn’t one for individual praise, but I know Brad Stevens agrees with me:
Brad Stevens on the person who didn’t name Jayson Tatum first team all rookie: “somebody made a mistake.”
— Jay King (@ByJayKing) May 22, 2018
You’re right, Brad, someone made a mistake. This is just an absolute disgrace to mankind. This writer should be fired and scolded by their peers for the rest of his/her career. I really can’t process this. If I had voted, the world would probably be a better place.
-Nick Cherico (@NickCherico2)