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  2. Nice idea, maybe JV + Dillon, for the Wolves + the ability to swap pick with them too, if the exception has the same size as Klay contract. We soft tank, so we have a chance for 2 top picks.
  3. Same way for both sides, you guys already want him out. Like I said, I hope for healthy seasons and if he plays his best and in a definity role of the bench he should be kept to keep doing it for the right price.
  4. Today
  5. Overreacting? The man hasn't played a game yet and yall already ready to pencil him in. Maybe if he gets healthy and plays 70 plus games 2 years in a row then I'll see it your way. As of r I ght now I'm not ready to resign him based solely on what he could do and not what he's done for our organization
  6. Move Dillon or Winslow to GS for the Timberwolves pick. They have a injury trade exception for Klay.
  7. Nah, he ain't Chancun. By this time Chancun would have already played a half dozen games for us.
  8. Are we done? I think we are.
  9. Tks, ppl is overreacting a lot. He is not Chancun, if we dont overpay him and we keep him as a major role player everything should be ok
  10. I agree that if Bane doesn't start then Allen for sure should be the guy, but if Porter doesn't starts so give Tillie a chance, Ja need shooting around him. Just like in the bubble, can anyone explain why Tolliver started over Clarke? If shooting is not the answer I really dont know.
  11. I wouldn't be that surprised to see someone other than Clarke starting at PF with Jaren out given they started Tolliver in the bubble last year after we figured out Brandon and JV don't play that well together. Porter spaces the floor at least I guess. Not saying he deserves to start, but it's not like Tolliver was more talented than Clarke was either. Maybe Kyle at PF, but who knows what the coaches are thinking.
  12. Is Mac McClung a real player I’m pretty sure he’s not a pg more like and undersized 2 but does he look like he could keep up in the NBA?
  13. Yeah Bane won't start from day one. Unless he just plays out of his mind in our very short training camp and exhibitions. Even then it's a slim chance that coach Jenkins put that much pressure on him. However, I think there is a good chance that he is the 2 guard of the future. Seems to have the best combo of defense, shooting, athleticism, intangibles of all of our wings. Based on his college resume of course. The other wings are all missing in one or two of those areas.
  14. I know, you think the two guys are trolling at first. Like a guy on NBA twitter who wants to trade for Wiggins. Then everyone hammers him in the comments, and he mocks them for not being able to take a joke. Here's the 14 #30 picks before Bane: Kevin Porter, Omari Spellman, Josh Hart, Damion Jones, Kevin Looney, Kyle Anderson, Nemaja Nedovic, Festus Ezeli, Jimmy Butler, Lazar Hayward, Christian Evanga, JR Giddens, Petteri Koponen and Joel Freeland. So one starter (and Jimmy Butler started 0 games his rookie year), a few role players, and a lot of trash who are lucky if they are now playing in the Turkish league. We need to just hope that one day Desmond can be a rotation player and drop this fantasy of him starting from day one.
  15. grizz09

    Moving the needle

    dude hasn't played 1 nba game yet, making such definitive statements is crazy
  16. people have this inflated sense of bane already for some reason. great college 3 pt shooter, but he had to stay at TCU of all places for 4 years to even have his name in the draft convo and be drafted end of the first round. shooting from nba distance against nba athleticism/length is going to be a whole new adjustment for him and most shooters take a few seasons to acclimate. it's also interesting that he shot less than 80% from FT 3 out of his 4 college years, so I wonder how his shooting will translate at nba distance. he has no summer league and a quick turnaround from draft to training camp and then preseason/regular season. to expect him to walk in right away and be a starter is absurd. if allen is even remotely close to the allen we saw in nov/dec/jan and the bubble, then he's likely starting at the 2 next to dillon (unless jenkins rolls out dillon/kyle at the 2/3). melton is also more likely to start than bane. both allen and melton are also longer than bane although he is more thickly built. i think it's more likely that we see ja/dillon/kyle/clarke/JV w/ tyus/allen+melton/bane+allen/tillman/gorgui, but if dillon is starting at the 3, then it will be allen or melton starting at the 2.
  17. Dwash

    Moving the needle

    I think he will too.
  18. He's still the franchise all-time leader in defensive box plus/minus, ahead of Tony Allen, though his playing time was limited in the meager two seasons he was here. He was an excellent on-ball defender.
  19. The hell are you talking about, Steph played 80, 74, 26, 78, 78 games. He had ONE year where he missed significant time in his first five and it was for only one area. Winslow has played over 70 games in ONE year, missing significant time in 2 years and 68, 66 games. Two years of significant time missed and two years with about a month missed AND starting next year on the shelf AFTER NOT SEEING THE COURT FOR A YEAR...are you friggin serious? The guy is made of glass and a huge cause for concern. It's more concerning that it's all over his body because his "freak" (lol) Injuries are prone to pop up at any spot and are uncontainable. The fact that you think him getting hurt at every spot of his body is a good thing is ridiculous. Talking about we are exaggerating saying he is Injury prone.. Wtf, why do you think we were able to get him? Lol.
  20. Yea he looks like a second round pick at best still plays the same way he did when he was at Memphis just looks more willing bro accept his role
  21. Yesterday
  22. its a shame because after that first year O,J i thought O.J was on course to be the Memphis Grizzlies First superstar
  23. it fair to say Mayo started out with a bang , then after that every thing went to hell
  24. Of course there are also the guys who did play but just consistently played below expectations and below their apparent ability. Swift and Mayo come to mind. On a lighter note, who's our next Bonzi Wells?
  25. Hey, Calathes was decent and occasionally even good. And remember the corpse of Ben McLemore, Tony Wroten, PJ Hairston. PLUS the Thabeets and Xavier Henrys and Troy Bells who didn't even ever get to play much.
  26. toocoolkellz

    Moving the needle

    Time will tell, as of right now we have no idea
  27. 80. 78 74. 18 26. 68 78. 66 78 . 11 93 games, more than an entire season difference than Justice. If a player can't get on the floor due to health, regardless of salary, paying them isnt worth it.
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