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  1. smit-tay griz

    Winslow Injured Again. Out for the season.

    Crap. Beat me by almost a week.
  2. smit-tay griz

    Grizzles Trade Targets

    Could be a red flag. IDK, jut sayin'...
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    2019-20 NBA All Rookie Teams Announced

    Pau is one of, I think, five players in NBA history to exceed each of the 20,000 points, 10,000 rebounds, 3500 assists, and 1500 blocks plateaus in their career. No one would ever argue that any of those other players (Hall of Fame, of course) were not great. NBA Champion too. Riding Kobe's coattails is a joke. How many championships did Kobe win without Shaq or Pau? Yeah, zero. One guy can't do it all. He deserves a lot more respect than many people want to give.
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    With the 40th pick the Grizzlies take...

    You missed a few others of note. Monta Ellis, Lou Williams, Nikola Jokic, Isaiah Thomas, Danny Green, Patty Mills, Lance Stephenson, and Will Barton were all taken 40th or later (Thomas was taken dead last at 60th).
  5. smit-tay griz

    Grizz Hire 2 New Assistant Coaches

    Gee, with all the angst, we must have traded several first round picks for her services, right? Lighten up. It'll be okay.
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    Grizzles Trade Targets

    Since Harden has the ball in his hands 90% of the time, who are you trading Ja for, since he would now be useless. No.
  7. I hear you. If we sign him for less that's great, but I would rather have Melton than some of those guys.
  8. So, all your favorite guys are immune to picks? I didn't know that was possible.
  9. smit-tay griz

    Crowder had 16 & 6 in the Miami upset win?

    Unless the cap space you would have had without completing the deal would have been more valuable.
  10. Another shooter in the starting lineup would be nice, but there's absolutely nothing bad about having a Mr. Do-Something on your bench. He absolutely changed a few games in our favor, but you'd rather focus on a smaller sample. Sign him.
  11. I guess defense is not a "specialty strength" anymore.
  12. All ball handlers are more prone to turnovers than players who are not. He is not "turnover prone", which is usually a term used for someone constantly making mistakes, which he does not. What's your point?
  13. Probably because as a secondary ball handler he's expected to make plays. That's not unusual. Guess what? If Justise' career stats carry over he'd be... second behind Ja. So what?
  14. This comment can't be referring to Kyle, unless you're using some crazy Martian metric that no one else knows about because it's just flat wrong. Per game turnovers: Ja - 3.3, Jonas - 1.8, Jaren - 1.7, Dillon - 1.7, Kyle - 1.0 Turnovers per 36: Ja - 3.8, Jonas - 2.5, Jaren - 2.2, Dillon - 2.1, Kyle - 1.8 You looking at advanced? Kind of in line with other ball handlers.