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    1st piece to puzzle resolved...D Wright

    I'd be absolutely, 100% ok giving him 3/30m. He's going to be good. It's not easy getting backup PGs, and it's (IMO) the most important backup position you can have (by a lot). Let's learn from too many years of Mike never having a guy to back him up and give Delon what it takes to keep him here.
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    Roster Moves

    Saw the same Tobias Harris rumor that we're going to pursue him in free agency. It's surprising to me that we're considering something like this. Are we really going to offer him the max/should we/can we? I imagine we'd have to stretch Parsons to even have the money to do that. Not to mention we'd be extremely close to the luxury line, if we plan to sign JV/Wright.
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    Who Makes an All Star Appearance First?

    I'll put it this way, if it's within the next 2 years, I say Mike - and I do believe Mike will be an all-star next season in Utah. However, if Mike can't get it done by year 2, I believe he'll begin to decline enough that he wont breakthrough. Ja may take a while to come around. I DO believe he'll be an all-star, but it might not be until year 4-5.
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    The Brandon Clarke thread

    FWIW Ja said on Vernon's show that Jevon Carter was the hardest player he's EVER played against. edit: I'm definitely not ready to give up on him. If he could somehow manage to have a Pat Beverly trajectory for his career, that's the exact type of skill (ja/JJJ)/dog (jevon) kind of team makeup that great teams have.
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    Roster Moves

    Who is saying we cant stretch him, just like we might intend to do with Parsons?
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    Roster Moves

    What is the source for this?
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    Roster Moves

    He's owed an additional 7m dollars, we're already considering signing a center, and we're already struggling with roster spots, with oone of the solutions being to stretch/waive Parsons.
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    Roster Moves

    Why would we want to do this? An extra 7m in expiring money?
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    I'm getting a little concerned about the Grizz

    The NBA is cyclical. You can't always be good. You're good, then your bad, then your still bad, then your good again. We were good, then we were bad, now we are on the upward swing. This is how it works.
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    Grizzlies/NBA Free Agency Thread

    I agree w everything here but I prefer to keep Dorsey over Noah or Rabb Edit: realized that's not 15. Imo odd man out should be one of the bigs. Rabb or Noah.
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    Grizzlies/NBA Free Agency Thread

    I agree w everything here but I prefer to keep Dorsey over Rabb or Noah
  12. He's an athlete like LNJ but he's a much better rim protector/on ball defender.
  13. One giant contract coming off the books won't be enough if we decide to max, in back to back years, our two new rookies. I think it would be wise not to give longer high dollar contracts when, if all goes well, the plan is to have at least two max players. edit: Not to mention that there appears to be a good possibility that we'll stretch Parsons, so some of his contract will remain on the cap for the next 3-5 years.
  14. Count me in for wanting to sign JV, but I want the last year of his contract to coincide with the first year we can offer JJJ the max. Overpay him to limit the contract to 3 years. 3/54