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  1. cousy

    Dwight saves some money for the Grizz

    They wouldn't cut Plumlee ($12M) to sign Noah I don't think . It would have to be someone cheap. There's no one left that would be worth it.
  2. Oh thanks. I never got to see him play well.
  3. Where is Konchar. I haven't seen him since Utah.
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    1st piece to puzzle resolved...D Wright

    Over 4 seasons he has a 33% 3pt percentage. He won't be a regular at the 2 if he can't stretch the defense. But, the Grizzlies have not exactly loaded up on suitable wing players so the competition is weak. I'm crossing my fingers on Konchak and Jackson.
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    1st piece to puzzle resolved...D Wright

    I think $10M for a back up point who cannot play the 2 is overpaying. I love Delon's game and his size et al. but he duplicates Ja's skill set. It's not a good match for us. Only if they think that he can develop an outside shot is he worth it.
  6. http://nbastreams.xyz/live/watch-summer-league-grizzlies-vs-jazz/
  7. So I thought. And that's a bad thing.
  8. Whoa! I didn't realize Clarke was only 6'7". Can someone give me a comp extremely athletic guy at that height who can't shoot (other than Draymond) in the current game ?
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    Roster Moves

    Yuta played the point some. He did a good job it's reported.
  10. cousy

    Roster Moves

    It's awkward. Only one of those 3 are likely to start. The second unit will likely field JJJ , Bruno and Clarke, 2 of whom play out of their best position. This is not the best way to develop young talent.
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    Roster Moves

    Clarke, JJJ and Bruno are going to cause a logjam at 4. FO has a lot more work to do cause adding Ja doesn't make this team into a good offensive one.
  12. I think you guys are selling Ja and JJJ short. They are players with lots more than their talent. They have clearly defined games that are suited to the NBA. They should be easy to build around. The organization should start filling in this year. Conley is never going to be a better trade chip than he is now. Move him for some of those pieces. We have 2 lead guards who are going to be healthier, faster, taller, stronger than he. JV helps shoulder the load. We need to add an experienced wing to do the same
  13. I agree our "plan" should not be based on a style of play. We should be reactive as when we stumbled in to "grit and grind" and over the succeding seasons gave playoff teams considerable problems. For this reason a drafting theme should be flexibility. Jaren is a model of this. He will one day be undefensible for 4's or 5's. We could then pair him with a big or a stretch 4.
  14. Jaren will be a center. Who you can guard on defense defines your position. When he adds 20 pounds given his length he will be a formidable obstacle to the Embids, KATs and the like in the middle. That's where we want him- defending the rim and within reach of defensive rebounds. Based on this, he is best paired with a versitile 4.
  15. Pau played on a bad team. Our record after his trade was the same as when he was on the team. No loss there. A leader can't be critical AND moody. Marc is a "controller". This isn't the culture we need. We need JaM pushing it and leading by example. Why people want to trade him I don't get. Are we so enamoured of the grind that we can't appreciate a prototypical small ball 4? HIs numbers are way better now that he has space. If we had "pace" they would be even better. JaM=Draymond. Jaren=Zbo. He has a plan everytime he gets the ball. We have plenty of leaders. We're held back by our "stars" who believe their own press.