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Re: Heading OUT of Free Agency, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#141 » by MilBucksBackOnTop06 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 9:34 am

MILWAUKEE BUCKS

STARTING UNIT
SF TOBIAS HARRIS
PF JOHN HENSON
C SAMUEL DELEMBERT
PG BRANDON JENNINGS
SG MONTA ELLIS

SECOND UNIT
F MIKE DUNLEAVY
PG BENO UDRIH
PF ERSAN ILYASOVA
F LUC RICHARD MBAH MOUTE
C LARRY SANDERS

QUALITY RESERVES
PF JOHN HENSON
F UPKE UDOH
G DORON LAMB

INACTIVE/DNP COACH'S DESCISION
C JOEL PRYZBILLA
PF DREW GOODEN

* Note: This is as of 11/28/12. With Skiles this can change on a hourly or nightly basis due to his fickle nature.

That is a deep team...I mean look at it! Not just names on a paper but functional players and some Interchangeable parts. Versatilite. Adaptive. If they keep improving on a nightly basis like we saw against the Bulls...we got a team then. One smart piece away...

Can be very good defensively and explosive offensively. Hard team to beat and a team you don't want to play in a short series.

If they had a coach who knew his players and became more of a players coach and set a rotation and just LEFT IT THERE and knew how to communicate with them you might actually win some games in a row.

I know 2-3 coaches who are unemployed that can stretch this team into the 2nd round if everything goes right in the health department. But not Skiles. We'll see. He jerks players around too much.

If Ilyasova wakes up and Mbah a Moute performs and Harris can still get some quality minutes my goodness...This team could surprise with all the injuries in the East because they have some guys who can play.
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Re: Heading OUT of Free Agency, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#142 » by melo mvp 15 » Sat Dec 1, 2012 11:43 pm

John Henson so good that he starts and is a quality reserve?
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Re: Heading OUT of Free Agency, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#143 » by Devilanche » Wed Dec 12, 2012 11:37 pm

Westbrook/ Maynor/ Jackson
Sefolosha/Martin/ Lamb
Durant/ Jones/ Liggins
Ibaka/ Collison/
Perkins/ Thabeet/Orton

Immediate Pick: Tor's 1st, Dallas 1st, OKC 1st, Cha 2nd

9 man rotation, Liggins could develop into a bench hustle player when we need someone to bring some energy on defence i.e. 11th or 12th guy. Orton will never be more than 3rd big quality as he doesnt seem able to stay out of foul trouble in Tulsa

Area of possible upgrade: Starting C, Backup PG , lack of backup SF in that order. You may use PJ3/Lamb/Maynor/Jackson as values if you want to make a trade.

Durant/Westbrook/Ibaka/Thabo/Martin are probably untradable. Collison depends on what we get in return. Thabeet has more value to us than anyone else.
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Re: Heading OUT of Free Agency, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#144 » by x- » Tue Jan 1, 2013 8:19 pm

Rockets, updated:

Asik G.Smith Aldrich
Morris Patterson Motiejunas T.Jones White
Parsons Delfino
Harden J.Anderson
Lin Douglas Machado

Rockets might waive or trade Machado soon to make room for Patrick Beverley, who's expected to been signed some time in the near future.
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Re: Heading OUT of Free Agency, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#145 » by Mr. E » Thu Jan 3, 2013 9:08 pm

[quote="x-"Rockets might waive or trade Machado soon to make room for Patrick Beverley, who's expected to been signed some time in the near future.[/quote]

I heard earlier that the team is waiting on Beverly's FIBA clearance to sign the deal.
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Re: Heading OUT of Free Agency, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#146 » by PetroNet » Wed Jan 9, 2013 10:22 pm

Nets Updated(the last few posted are severely outdated/inaccurate)

Depth
Deron Williams - C.J. Watson - Tyhon Taylor
Joe Johnson - Keith Bogans - Marshon Brooks
Gerald Wallace - Jerry Stackhouse/Keith Bogans - Toko Shengelia
Reggie Evans - Kris Humphries - Mirza Teletovic
Brook Lopez - Andray Blatche

StartersWilliams
Johnson
Wallace
Evans
Lopez

Second Unit

Watson
Johnson
Bogans/stackhouse
Evans
Blatche

Second Quarter
Watson
Brooks
Bogans/Stakchouse
Humphries
Blatche

garbage time
Taylor
Brooks
Shengalia
Teletovic
Blatche
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Post#147 » by Trader_Joe » Thu Jan 10, 2013 3:52 pm

Brooks seems to be getting more PT under PJC and back to being part of the 2nd unit again and even Teletovic is getting more PT than just garbage time.

If it were up to me the rotation would be:

D.Williams / Brooks*
Johnson / Watson*
Wallace / Bogans
Evans / Teletovic
Lopez / Blatche

Taylor tries too hard and not ready for meaningful minutes.
Stackhouse has been inconsistent after his hot start and battling injuries. Hopefully he is waived and sticks around as an assistant coach, but we could use the roster spot for a SF or back up big.
Shengelia is another player that tries to do too much and isn't ready for real minutes. Love the potential though.
Humphries just doesn't seem to fit on the team or have a role. Evans the better rebounder and defender, Teletovic the better offensive player. Fine with me as he is simply trade bait.

*Brooks is a better PG than Watson (or Taylor) and Watson more of a SG in a PG's body.
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Re: Heading OUT of Free Agency, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#148 » by PetroNet » Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:19 pm

Trader_Joe wrote:Brooks seems to be getting more PT under PJC and back to being part of the 2nd unit again and even Teletovic is getting more PT than just garbage time.

If it were up to me the rotation would be:

D.Williams / Brooks*
Johnson / Watson*
Wallace / Bogans
Evans / Teletovic
Lopez / Blatche

Taylor tries too hard and not ready for meaningful minutes.
Stackhouse has been inconsistent after his hot start and battling injuries. Hopefully he is waived and sticks around as an assistant coach, but we could use the roster spot for a SF or back up big.
Shengelia is another player that tries to do too much and isn't ready for real minutes. Love the potential though.
Humphries just doesn't seem to fit on the team or have a role. Evans the better rebounder and defender, Teletovic the better offensive player. Fine with me as he is simply trade bait.

*Brooks is a better PG than Watson (or Taylor) and Watson more of a SG in a PG's body.


agree with most of what you said but i like stackhouse at 5-6 mpg with DNP's mixed in, just to keep bogans fresh. in short spurts and in 55-60 games stack can be effective.

Brooks at PG is a horrible, horrible proposition. He is a complete ball stopper, refuses to pass to wide open teammates. forces us to shoot late in the clock, and his wild shots, when missed, lead to long rebounds and opportunities the other way. He shouldnt play much at all, let alone at poing gaurd -- espcially considering he has one fo teh lowest BBIQ's of any gaurd in the game.

Teletovic should defenitly play more. I wouldnt start him, but id like to see him get 15+ minutes. I also like hump getting 15 mpg. i think the best bet is just to go by matchup and if our offense is stagnant bring in mirza and give him extended minutes like we did last night.

We really need a backup wing. Bogans cant play backup at both the 2 and 3, and JJ goign 40 minutes isnt a good thing longer term.
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Re: Heading OUT of Free Agency, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#149 » by Ayatollah » Wed Jan 23, 2013 9:41 am

After 24th of january...

Cavs:
Irving, Livingston, Selby
Waiters, Ellington, Gibson
Gee, Miles, Casspi, Walton
Thompson, Jones
(Varejao), Speights, Zeller

Grizzlies:
Conley, Bayless, Wroten
Allen, Bayless
Gay, Pondexter
Randolph, Arthur, Johnson
Gasol, Haddadi, Leuer
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Re: Heading OUT of Free Agency, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#150 » by Ayatollah » Thu Jan 31, 2013 10:54 am

Memphis Grizzlies:
Conley, Bayless, Wroten
Allen, Pondexter
Prince, Daye
Randolph, Davis, Johnson
Gasol, Arthur, Leuer

Toronto Raptors:
Lowry, Lucas
DeRozan, Anderson, Fields
Gay, Ross, Pietrus, Kleiza
Johnson, Bargnani, Acy
Valanciunas, Gray, Haddadi

Detroit Pistons:
Knight, Calderon, Bynum
Stuckey, English
Singler, Middleton, Maggette
Maxiell, Jerebko, Villanueva
Monroe, Drummond, Kravtsov
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Re: Heading OUT of Free Agency, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#151 » by vege » Sun Feb 10, 2013 11:46 am

Ayatollah wrote:
Detroit Pistons:
Knight, Calderon, Bynum
Stuckey, English
Singler, Middleton, Maggette
Maxiell, Jerebko, Villanueva
Monroe, Drummond, Kravtsov


This is incorrect.

Detroit Depth Chart is

Monroe / Drummond (out for 6 weeks) / Kravtsov
Maxiell / Villanueva / Jerebko
Singler / Stuckey / Maggette / Middleton
Knight / English
Calderon / Bynum
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Post#152 » by KUYJ » Sun Feb 17, 2013 6:15 am

This team can run and now has the size and rebounding it needed. Now it is a question of scoring, but with Ty Lawson's ability to penetrate and the ability to shoot the rock, they're in a good place :clap:Image
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Post#153 » by Trader_Joe » Fri Feb 22, 2013 8:43 pm

If there are changes to your team's depth chart, feel free to update them in a new post.
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Re: Post Trade Deadline, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#154 » by Mr. E » Fri Feb 22, 2013 9:12 pm

Good question for the Rockets.

I think that unless Motiejunas or Thomas Robinson really step up you'll see this for Houston:

PG: Lin / Beverly
SG: Harden / Garcia
SF: Parsons / Anderson
PF: Delfino / Motiejunas / Robinson
C: Asik / Smith

With Jones, White & Honeycutt back & forth between the D-League.

Small ball unless one of the rookies steps up.
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Post#155 » by x- » Fri Feb 22, 2013 10:51 pm

Mr. E wrote:Small ball unless one of the rookies steps up.


I agree.
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Post#156 » by franktony » Fri Feb 22, 2013 11:34 pm

I will vomit if a see Delfino playing as a PF for Houston when they have Motiejunas and T-Rob.

At least play Parsons, who has good size to play both forwards positions, at the 4.

It's time to unleash Motiejunas tbh. You guys can't let the Lakers get the 8th seed. I want to see the 100m failure by the end of the regular season.
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Post#157 » by x- » Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:17 am

Yeah, Delfino and Parsons are pretty interchangeable. I thought about pointing out that technically Parsons should be listed at PF, but for whatever reason McHale usually has Delfino guarding opposing PFs, not Parsons.

I doubt we'll see Robinson at all in the next 2-3 games. Maybe after that, however I very well could see McHale not play him for the next for 5 games or so.
We probably will see Garcia, though. :lol:

Motiejunas will get time and might end up starting sooner or later, but I think there's just as good a chance that McHale keeps going with the small unit. The chances of Robinson starting anytime soon are very slim IMO.
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Re: Post Trade Deadline, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#158 » by franktony » Sat Feb 23, 2013 12:50 am

Spurs remains intact

PG: Tony Parker / Gary Neal / Patty Mills / Cory Joseph
SG: Danny Green / Manu Ginobili / Nando de Colo
SF: Kawhi Leonard / Stephen Jackson
PF: Tiago Splitter / Boris Diaw / Matt Bonner
C: Tim Duncan/ Dejuan Blair / Aron Baynes

Bolded names are the guys that will get most of the PT in the playoffs. Basically a 9-man rotation. The other players will only see PT in garbage time or if any of the rotational guys gets hurt.
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Re: Post Trade Deadline, Your Team's Depth Chart 

Post#159 » by DeBlazerRiddem » Sat Feb 23, 2013 8:30 pm

Portland (not many changes):

Lillard - Maynor - Smith
Matthews - Barton - (Elliot Williams - injury)
Batum - Claver - Pavlovic
Aldridge - Babbitt - Jefferies
Hickson - Leonard - Freeland
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Post#160 » by x- » Tue Feb 26, 2013 7:50 pm

According to McHale Motiejunas is going to start and the new guys will get some PT against the Bucks, which I guess would mean Garcia getting PT over James Anderson, though that might chance from game to game.

Asik G.Smith Ohlbrecht
Motiejunas T.Robinson T.Jones
Parsons Delfino
Harden Garcia J.Anderson
Lin Beverley

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