Trybanski Time

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  1. Trybanski Time

    Where Should Conley Be Traded?

    Good point. Right now, I don't see too much talent outside of the top 5.
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    Predict #2 Pick

    Ja could be a superstar. We don’t need to pass on that.
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    Rumor has it

    Wallace is taking over the bus boy duties
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    Thoughts about the off season "rebuild"

    Based on where we stand now, looks like this is what we have returning: PG: Avery Bradley SG: Delon Wright, Dillon Brooks, CJ Miles SF: Kyle Anderson, Chandler Parsons PF: Jaren Jackson, Bruno Caboclo C: Jonas Valanciunas, Ivan Rabb Honestly, I don't see this as a horrible core. We should get some additional support from trading Conley and will fill any gaps through draft/free agency. We may be somewhat limited on cap space unless we're able to return less than what we give up in the Conley trade. This isn't a playoff team, but I doubt we'd get run off the court
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    Last One of 2018/19: Team Hero GSW@Grizz

    You gotta give TH to Delon. He had a Triple Double, and 3 steals to go along with it. Jevon was cold-blooded last night, though.
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    I want to hear why we dont keep JV?

    I'm really interested to see how JV performs alongside J3. And I'm interested to see what our lineup looks like once we're at full strength. At any rate, we can all agree that JV has proven to be a valuable member of this team and is highly talented. Those that are interested in getting rid of him are interested in one thing: a rebuild. A rebuild requires draft picks (which requires trading off assets and losing). A rebuild worked for a lot of the teams who are currently at the top of the standings. We're just not sure if we have the luck, leadership, or fan support to get through a rebuild. Given his age, talent, and style of play, I think you do your best to stick with JV. The Memphis fanbase will embrace a player like him.
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    This is what I'm really interested in seeing
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    New plan moving forward...

    Trae Young currently ranks last in ESPN's Defensive Real-Plus Minus
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    Is It Time to Embrace Another Tank?

    This draft seems pretty weak, and we have a few too many wins to truly be in play for Zion. This pick has been haunting us for years now. Honestly, I'm ready to get past it. Tanking for a second straight year would really frustrate our casual fanbase (and our players). I also don't see Chris Wallace committing to it. The trade we just made commits us even further to a 'must win' mentality. We're in a horrible situation. We're handicapped by bad contracts and a lack of picks. But, in our scenario, winning (some) this year honestly is as beneficial to our future as tanking. It's going to be a long and slow road, but I think it's time we start working on it.
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    Brandon Ingram

    There's a lot of truth to this statement. The draft and shrewd FA pickups will be how we maintain success or rebuild successfully.
  11. Check out the starting center on our team...
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    Jarrell Martin to Orlando

    We cut Baldwin much earlier than this without truly realizing his potential (his potential is still a question mark). We’ve had Jarell for three seasons, and know what we need to know. I don’t see him ever being any better than a ninth or tenth man on a decent roster. He wasn’t worth the contract we gave him and doesn’t seem like a long term solution for us.
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    Jarrell Martin to Orlando

    I could be wrong, but I don’t think we’ll miss Jarell. He averaged 7.7 points and 4.4 boards over 22 min/Gm last season. For his career, he’s averaging 6.4 points/4.0 rebs. He was given the minutes last year to prove himself. He ended up being streaky and pretty underwhelming. I doubt Dakari ends up being much better (if he even suits up for us) but the move freed up some money and wiped away another bad decision/contract from our roster.
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    Cousins to Warriors

    Mmhmm... Even earlier than that, everyone went nuts with the '03-'04 Laker team (Shaq, Kobe, Gary Payton, and Karl Malone). They ended up losing to the Pistons. As many have noted, the NBA has been carried by various franchises for decades. This one seems especially unfair, but so did some of the previous Laker/Heat teams in the 2000s. The Warriors have done a terrific job of building their team. They've definitely gotten some help along the way with veterans (i.e. David West, Boogie) taking reduced salaries to play there. But, they've built a team primarily through successful draft picks (Klay Thompson, Steph Curry, and Draymond Green).