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  1. Memphis @ New Orleans 01/20/18

    That's pretty much true of all the non-superstar guys. Reke + Conley would alleviate that because teams will have to game plan for them both. That would be the first dynamic backcourt we have had in years. Plus adding Wayne and Brooks to that would be gravy.
  2. Memphis @ New Orleans 01/20/18

    In my scenario Mike stays. And i have more faith in a Mike + Reke led team than i do a Gasol + Mike one.
  3. Memphis @ New Orleans 01/20/18

    Rabb has shown that he is a skilled player and worthy of development from his stint in the Hustle and glimpses with the Grizz. I want to keep Davis because of his potential as a real rim runner and rim protector. Rabb may be able to play both PF and C positions too. Also great Tank awareness there by Grizz. Completely botching the comeback.
  4. Memphis @ New Orleans 01/20/18

    Yep i want to move Marc for an asset while he still has some value. Only way we can afford to keep Reke is if we move off one of the max contracts. NOBODY is taking Parsons and Mike contract and injuries make him a no go too. As Gasol has shown this season - he is more of a 3rd option guy. My logic is IF you plan on moving away from CORE guys you choose the one that has the lowest impact to winning. Right now Gasol has morped fully into that guy. Bagley (in your scenario), Rabb and Davis should be the future of the position for us.
  5. Memphis @ New Orleans 01/20/18

    Its time to give up on the Chandler healthy thing. Is Bagley a PF or more of a modern C? Ideally i would want Mike + Reke + Bagley as the new core to build with. Also if Selden and Brooks keep on showing promise that will make losing Tyreke a lot easier to digest.
  6. Memphis @ New Orleans 01/20/18

    i love Tyreke but one big negative about him is you can tell when he is gassed. He starts settling bigtime and that can really hurt a team.
  7. Memphis @ New Orleans 01/20/18

    good thing the refs are in on the tank with us.
  8. Memphis @ New Orleans 01/20/18

    Selden is smoking. So so depressing that we actually solved our SG conundrum during this blown season. Brooks, Selden, Evans and even McLemore are great options to have at the 2.
  9. Memphis @ New Orleans 01/20/18

    Mike Conley injury history means Harrison stays unless someone gives us something for him. Sneaky underrated thing during this tanktastic year is that Harrison has transformed himself into a credible backup PG.
  10. Memphis @ New Orleans 01/20/18

    Yea Kansas used him at point a lot his junior year, which is why FO believes he has secondary playmaker potential. Honestly we lucked out when Wallace incompetently waived Troy Williams. Selden is the more skilled of the two and is probably equally as athletic. Williams just had the more explosive first step.
  11. Memphis @ New Orleans 01/20/18

    Yep teams are scheming for Tyreke now because they realize he is the key offensive weapon. Marc isn't getting the same amount of attention anymore. Which is why its important for Brooks and other perimeter players to establish themselves as offensive weapons.
  12. Sacramento @ Memphis 01/19/18

    Like i said. Best use of him is as a scorer - fiz miscast him as defensive stopper. Wayne is built more for that. I like the potential of Rabb Brooks and Wayne. Need to see more of Kobi. Mclemore is super frustrating because the talent is there its just the instincts are not.
  13. New York @ Memphis 01/17/18

    so many mixed feelings Good to see Jamychal coming back to life Good to see Davis starting and contributing Good to see Jarrell look like an NBA player Good to see Rabb put in some quality minutes Bad for my lottery pick dreams
  14. New York @ Memphis 01/17/18

    me thinks Tyreke is in on the tank
  15. New York @ Memphis 01/17/18

    LOL. They are proving what we were saying earlier on was true. That we have enough athletes to atleast be a competitive team. Our roster was built to runout and score not walk the ball up into a halfcourt offense.