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  1. misae

    AD is a Faker

    So Lakers will have, what, 5 players under contract and 2 are Wagner and Bonga? Crazy. It could be good for both teams, but for now is just a great deal for NO.
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    NBA Combine Prospect Interviews

    Great interview! Very humble (which is not always the case with his kind of talent), but ambitious at the same time. And very articulate and sensible for a 19 years old. I’m excited!
  3. Not at all, that’s my point, free agency and overpaying mediocre players is not the way
  4. A lot of people saying this kind of things, as if the grizzlies were going to get any star via free agency... nah. Not going to happen. It’s either smart trades (I actually like last months ones) or praying for good draft picks (totally random) and good draft choices with those picks (not guaranteed). Standard rebuilding recipies don’t work for us.
  5. Wouldn’t you see this hypothetical Harris singing as an end to JV’s life in Memphis? I wouldn’t like that, I came to love the lithuanian, but I think it’d mean JJJ at the 5 and Harris at the 4.
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    Grizz trading Mclemore & DD for Garrett Temple

    I see a lot of love for the trade, but I don't totally agree. True, we get the best (it could be more accurate to say the only real NBA) player in the deal, but he won't have any impact on the team's long term success (32 and expiring). He could make us slightly better this season, but won't even lock us a playoff spot. In exchange, we loose the only backup center we had (not even a decent one, but one it was) and, what really matters, 2mil in cash (1 in cash considerations, 1 in salary difference) and a presumably high 2nd rounder in 2021. I think Temple for one season is not really worth the 2nd rounder alone at the point this franchise is in. The only interesting outcome I see here long term speaking is the possibility of packing Temple and Jam up at the trade deadline for an actual impact player for years to come around the 19 mil.
  7. I like Smart, but after Kyle's signing, Smart and him would most likely move Dillon out of the starting 5. I don't really like it and I'm not 100% on board with the idea of renouncing to a high volume scoring wing. Regarding scoring one thing is clear: we're going full speed to GnG 2.0, but we don't have anyone able to give us Z-Bo's points. It looks like we're puting all our eggs in a 18 year old rookie basket and it might be too soon for him. What I do like too is the possibility of having a good back up plan if Mike goes down again and the depth and different line up options Smart for Jam would give JB, gives Caspi signing much more sense. PG: Conley, Smart, Harrison, Carter SG: Smart, Dillon, MarShon, Wayne, Harrison, McLemore SF: Anderson, Dillon, Casspi, Parsons, Wayne, McLemore PF: Jackson, Parsons, Casspi, Anderson, Rabb, Jarell C : Gasol, Jackson, Davis, Rabb That makes a roster of 16 plus Kobi, somebody has to go, maybe Jarell IDK. I think McLemore's expiring could have more value at the trade deadline.
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    The 2018 Free Agents

    But can they? Heard they’ve agreed to terms with Doug McDermott. How much could they offer Reke and which other teams are there that can pay more than the MLE? And Rodney Hood, right?
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    No news on these two? Drew needs a well-deserved long-lasting rest. I actually like the guy's effort, but he's killing our starting unit.
  10. 3-2 Clippers: W Lakers: L Portland: W Houston: W Milwaukee: L
  11. misae

    Grizz Rise in Power Rankings

    Yep, my bad. Edited.
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    Grizz Rise in Power Rankings

    #5 it is With no injuries, good contribution from Jam, McLemore and Selden, and with Reke an Parsons at the level they've shown in the last games, we could be around that all season long, but there are still a lot of ifs to be crowned this soon.
  13. Well, it's not a completely useless stat, it gives you information about the type of play a team has, but that's about it. It doesn't give you relevant information about the productivity, the competitive edge or the foreseeable success of a team. Because the thing is it works both ways. If you play 92 possessions and keep your opponents in 89, you're having an advantage. On the other hand, you play at 110 but give your opponents 115, you are most likely losing games. The information that could be useful is the differential between possesions taken and allowed, but not the isolated data itself.
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    Team Hero vs Rockets 10/28/2017

    Chancun, The Big If, of course