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  2. I watched Carter in college and was honestly shocked to even see him on a draft board so no one has to tell me what a bad pick that was.
  3. QMemphis

    LAKERS OR RAPTORS

    Definitely think we can win at least two against the Raps
  4. toocoolkellz

    Can this NBA season be saved?

    I agree, but he's like a shiny new toy. Want to see what he can do
  5. He's not going into the frontlines as a doctor. Lillard choosing to sit out right now isn't selfish at all, especially when the health risk outweighs playing what would be a few meaningless regular season games. Now if he's looking to get his millions on top of sitting out that's another story.
  6. Yesterday
  7. Unless he doesn't get paid to play those games . . .
  8. Not just Zion. Dame and "the spurs" also. It's pathetic. Why would a 16 team format not work the same? It actually works better with top 2 advancing into quarterfinals
  9. Some of us liked the AP player of the year who was a great 3 point shooter and total winner and leader in college who was still available, Jalen Brunson. Classic end to the Chris Wallace front office that we took Jevon Carter and then the immediate next 2 picks were also PGs who are starting level players and impact players.
  10. "We've been gifted a future superstar in James Ennis" would be a KBM thread from back in the day.
  11. Season is what it is. I kind of expect 70 total games to fulfill the local TV deals but that’s looking more and more unlikely.
  12. I don't disagree, but "the rest of the season" would only be like 5 games according to the rumors.
  13. I can understand taking a few games off to rest but taking the rest of the season off after missing two months? The league wants to get teams ready for the playoffs where the payday goes up for the league. Sitting out because your team wasn’t good enough to be in the playoffs right now is selfish and petty. They are hurting the entire league. No one can make Lillard or anyone else play of course but they can definitely fine him and should if he refuses to play.
  14. Rdk4121

    Can this NBA season be saved?

    Yeah that chemistry will be important. It's going to be hard to incorporate Winslow into that lineup during playoff basketball. Maybe we start Josh or Kyle in the meantime.
  15. toocoolkellz

    Can this NBA season be saved?

    Winslow Triple J BC coming back from injury. I just wish we had time to build a little chemistry
  16. Rdk4121

    Can this NBA season be saved?

    The Rockets are washed, they were getting slapped by everyone before the season stopped, 1-4 in the last 5 games. People figured out that no center thing real quick.
  17. Yeah. We did well. Most here didn't really have a strong opinion on Shake Milton one way or the other. I actually liked Melton even though I only watched a handful of highlights/clips. I had him decently high on my board -- I wouldn't doubt it if our FO and scouts had an eye on Melton too.
  18. ALT GRIND

    Can this NBA season be saved?

    Yeah, Ja might go nuts. I have us as one of the wild cards (along with the go-go Rockets) outside of the 3 favorites (Lakers/Bucks/Raptors). Another HUGE wild card: Zion Williamson. He could be 390 lbs. and sucking wind with knees on borrowed time OR he could be in shape, motivated, and energized. So, either the NBA's next poster child goes down in flames OR he and the Pelicans Run/Gun their way deep into the Brave New Playoffs.
  19. Rdk4121

    Can this NBA season be saved?

    I think this layoff helped us (and maybe the Blazers) the most out of anybody. We get 3 of our top 6 players back from injury in this layoff, while also letting Ja rest up and avoid the rookie wall going into the playoffs.
  20. With us in the playoffs (or in POOL PLAY -- man that sounds dumb!), Jaren really has a chance to step up and prove himself and his potential. It might show us glimpses of all star potential -- OR, if he is more of a high-level role player. I think we will find out fairly soon if Jaren has a sky-high trajectory or a more pedestrian trajectory.
  21. ALT GRIND

    Can this NBA season be saved?

    Man, if there is ONE team out there who can just (probably) run teams outta the gym it's US. So... we should just run and shoot and have 2 guys crashing the boards at all times RIGHT???
  22. ALT GRIND

    LAKERS OR RAPTORS

    Marc could be at 375 lbs. at this point. Who knows....
  23. GrizzTigerFan

    Let's get this straight

    https://www.the-scientist.com/the-nutshell/moratorium-on-gain-of-function-research-36564 Have you ever heard of Gain of Function research? The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and Department of Health and Human Services last week (October 17) announced it was launching a detailed review into so-called gain-of-function research, in which pathogens are manipulated to alter their capabilities. Such research made headlines in 2012 after two groups instilled the avian influenza virus H5N1 with the ability to transmit between ferrets through the air—a feat that prompted a year-long moratorium on H5N1 research. Now, in the face of threats like influenza, SARS, and MERS, which have killed scores in the Middle East and Asia, the government is instituting a pause to gain-of-function funding for experiments involving these deadly viruses. Look up Dr Judy Mikovits she was a scientist that worked on "Gain of Function" research for 20+yrs. She explains how basically they have been creating bio-weapons using viruses for decades. Wuhan Lab is a "Gain of Function" site. The virus isn't natural at all. If humans can easily catch viruses from animals then we wouldve never survived the last 100000 years. Dogs and Cats contain viruses in them that are more deadly than COVID19 to humans but thankfully they don't naturally transmit to us. Only way that occurs is by genetic manipulation which is what these scientists have been doing for decades. Have you noticed how every summer there is some new strain of some animal-based virus outbreak?? Avian, Swine, MadCow????? Those are all created in a lab. If it was that easy to catch a virus from a cow or pig then everyone should be vegetarians. https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/the-nih-gain-of-function-research-decision-wasnt-partisan/ Gain-of-function research is when researchers take an existing virus or pathogen and make it more potentially dangerous — either more contagious, more likely to kill a human host, or both. https://www.newsweek.com/controversial-wuhan-lab-experiments-that-may-have-started-coronavirus-pandemic-1500503 By March, the wild-virus theory was still the most likely explanation of the origin of SARS-CoV-2--but it was starting to look a little ragged around the edges. For one thing, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, not far from the animal markets in downtown Wuhan, houses the world's largest collection of coronaviruses from wild bats, including at least one virus that bears a resemblance to SARS-CoV-2. What's more, Wuhan Institute of Virology scientists have for the past five years been engaged in so-called "gain of function" (GOF) research, which is designed to enhance certain properties of viruses for the purpose of anticipating future pandemics. Gain-of-function techniques have been used to turn viruses into human pathogens capable of causing a global pandemic.
  24. toocoolkellz

    Can this NBA season be saved?

    True but he's a dang solid role player
  25. lions

    Can this NBA season be saved?

    true but nobody knows anything about Winslow . at this point Winslow may be a role player
  26. oldmanGrizz

    Satellite TV question

    I can get DirecTV, Dish, and very low speed (not fast enough for streaming) ATT wifi service. I do not wish to have League Pass.
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