Darren Bravo...

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link InHindsight Joined: Feb 23, 2007
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5/14/19, 9:05:14 AM 
In reply to Seechy


Most audacious if you ask me.

link Devin Joined: Aug 31, 2003
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5/14/19, 9:56:10 AM 
Can someone post Bravo's ODI and Test stats for the two-year period before he and Cameron exchanged pleasantries?

Thanks.

I love how people are using Cameron as an excuse, as if to suggest that Bravo was setting the world on fire before his "banishment."

link RemainsUnknown Joined: Apr 14, 2005
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5/14/19, 10:39:30 AM 
In reply to Devin

lol lol lol lol

link rockstarxxx Joined: Apr 24, 2005
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5/14/19, 12:49:49 PM 
I've been saying this for the past few months, Bravo is done.
His prime is behind him.

link Kay Joined: Jan 31, 2015
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5/14/19, 2:04:48 PM 
In reply to rockstarxxx

When was his prime?

link InHindsight Joined: Feb 23, 2007
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5/14/19, 2:07:34 PM 
In reply to natty_forever


thank JAH, the real Hope giving us hope.


They need to manage his workload nuh mun.

link Devin Joined: Aug 31, 2003
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5/14/19, 2:24:09 PM 
In reply to RemainsUnknown

You know I ain't getting an answer to that question.

link nick2020 Joined: Jul 1, 2012
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5/14/19, 2:56:33 PM 
In reply to Devin

Are you suggesting that his average is the same before and after the incident? Or do you prefer hyperbolic statements like setting the world on fire to make a compelling point?

link Discourse Joined: Jan 22, 2013
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5/14/19, 3:29:07 PM 
In reply to Devin

After closely following Russel, Warner and Smith return from there bans, this seems more like an indictment on Little B himself. Truthfully, there should be no excuses. When you damn good, you damn good....and when you're not, you need to put in plenty hard work. It appears he hasn't, correct me if I'm wrong.

link Devin Joined: Aug 31, 2003
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5/14/19, 4:24:53 PM 
In reply to nick2020

I'm suggesting that his ODI strike rate has always been around 70 or below, and his ODI average was 30 or thereabouts.

In Test cricket, he started off with a bang. It lasted a couple of years, if that many. He was once averaging in the mid 50's, then over time the average dropped to 40. All of that transpired before any brouhaha with Cameron.

link Devin Joined: Aug 31, 2003
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5/14/19, 4:25:12 PM 
In reply to Discourse

Correct

link BeatDball Joined: Jul 19, 2014
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5/14/19, 5:59:07 PM 
In reply to rockstarxxx Ok. So, maybe the selectors might re-think his being on the CWC squad...but, he's not done! He needs to lose some of that gut & come out batting like the talented player he is.

cool

link hotarobin Joined: May 30, 2006
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5/19/19, 10:42:58 PM 
In reply to BeatDball

Ok. So, maybe the selectors might re-think his being on the CWC squad.
you can't really fault the selectors if they decide not to go with him. If he is still in the final squad he can consider himself lucky based on his recent form. If he makes it I wish him the best cause he is latent talent...

link dayne Joined: May 28, 2007
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5/20/19, 7:52:59 AM 
Bravo's issue is in his head, most good players know how to motivate themselves, he should be able to figure out how to be productive

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