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Post#61 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Thu Jan 10, 2013 11:51 am by nate33

The Wizards are in bad shape. They need help almost everywhere, but PF is the worst:

PG: Wall/Price - They're set here assuming everyone gets healthy. They're not attached to Price though. An upgrade wouldn't be turned down.

SG: Beal/Crawford - Beal looks like a keeper. Opinions on Crawford are mixed. He is a low efficiency guy who is only comfortable with the ball in his hands, and he doesn't really have the type of game (or size) to settle into the role as a high percentage complementary player. He is getting better though and with a little more improvement in efficiency, might be able to carve out a role as a 3rd guard like a Jason Terry or Jamaal Crawford. He's certainly not untouchable and could be included in any trade, but I don't think it's the Wizards goal to actively try and replace him.

SF: Ariza/Webster/Singleton - Ariza isn't terrible, but he's not good either and he is overpaid. The Wizards would happily trade him for cap relief. Webster has been a nice find at $1.75M. He's a nice 3&D role player and a good leader in the locker room. He is a free agent this summer and the Wizards will probably try and keep him if the price is right. He's not starting material though - not for a good team. Singleton is a bust. He might hang around the league for a few more years as an 11th man, but he has no value.

PF: Booker/Vesely - Booker is a good guy and a decent 20 mpg bench player when healthy, but he is always hurt. Vesely sucks but management doesn't want to admit what a colossal mistake it was drafting him. Either could be traded. Neither have much trade value. The Wizards definitely need a serious upgrade at this position - particularly on offense.

C: Nene/Okafor/Seraphin - Nene is awesome when healthy but is nursing a foot injury. I think the Wizards intend to keep him unless they get a really good offer (young, starting-caliber talent). They won't dump him for cap room. Okafor has been rock solid lately, but at his salary, he will be shopped. It's wise for a young, rebuilding team to have one veteran big around, but you don't need two. Nene is the keeper, not Okafor. Seraphin has good potential but has been very frustrating lately. He has great touch around the basket and a very good midrange jumper, but he has a low basketball IQ leading to a lot of turnovers, and he won't take it strong and get to the free throw line. He also doesn't rebound well. The Wizards were very excited about him last year, but that excitement has waned of late. Like Crawford, he could be used in a trade, but the Wizards would be content to keep him around another year to see if he develops further.

Keepers:
Wall, Beal, Nene, Webster (if he can be resigned to a reasonable contract)

Don't mind keeping, but don't mind trading either:
Seraphin, Crawford

Shopping:
Okafor

Filler with no real value:
Ariza, Booker, Vesely, Singleton, Price, Martin, Temple
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Post#62 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:56 pm by Chuck Texas

Dallas:

Needs literally everything. Dirk is the only player certain to have a roster spot next year tho I image we keep our draft picks since they make nothing and are worth nothing.

Most glaring needs: PG and Center. Right now we have a decent backup pg starting for us in Collison and a possible 3rd center in the rookie James whom our coach isnt playing at all with nothing to play for and no great options in front of him.

We have stopgap solutions at PF and SF in the aging but still quality Dirk and Marion.
We have stopgap solutions at SG in Mayo/Carter but I dont want Mayo back at the contract he is likely to get and I see him more as a 6th man than a starter anyway.

We have no tradable assets except expirings or veterans to rent for a playoff run. None of which would bring back any meaningful return.

Keeper: Dirk (NTC, face of the franchise)

Dont mind keeping: Crowder, James, Marion, Collison (as a reserve only)

Shopping: not really anyone but would listen to all offers for anyone but Dirk

Filler with no real value: our entire roster.
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Post#63 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Sun Jan 20, 2013 4:40 am by vege

I guess as the trade line approaches I'll update Detroit. I'll use RoyalWun/nate33 model because it looks good and is easy for people to see and understand.

PG: Brandon Knight / Rodney Stuckey / Will Bynum

Detroit has been suffering greatly from their PG play, all this guys are score first PGs, in fact Stuckey and Knight are combo guards and having a hard time playing PG. Bynum has been the best of the 3 this season, he is inconsistent and sometimes he goes way out of control but at least he can run the offense, find the open guys and is running the second unit very well.

Stuckey has been the first player of the bench, he had a disastrous start of season but is back to his usual form, inconsistent, inefficient but he can attack the basket and go to the free throw line at will and does not get a ton of TOs.

Knight is a complete disaster, he ranks #14 in TOs in the league, his assists numbers are horrible, he is incapable of run basic plays like throw a lob to Drummond or attack the basket and kick out for the open man. He is having a hard time learning the position. On defense, he has games where he shuts down opponents and nights where he watches the game.

Bynum is an expiring, Detroit FO likes Knight too much due to his work ethic so I can't see him being traded anytime soon and Detroit FO also like Stuckey, he wanted out after his rookie deal was over but Detroit FO refused to let him go. Knight could really use a veteran mentor here and is probably Detroit's biggest and more urgent need.

SG: Kyle Singler / Kim English

Detroit doesn't have a single SG on the roster, English had a few chances early in the season but he couldn't get it done. Singler was drafted as a 3/4 and is currently starting at SG for the last 31 games. Singler started extremely well but slowed down quite a lot. He is a solid glue guy who doesn't make mistakes and can hit his shots most of the time but he is quite invisible most of the time. He is extremely cheap so I can't see him being traded even for an upgrade. English has no value and might even be waived at the end of the season.

SF: Tayshaun Prince / Austin Daye / Khris Middleton / Corey Maggette

Prince is what he is, solid at everything not great at anything, he is a glue guy veteran who will do whatever is needed of him to help the team. Whenever the team is in trouble he is the guy who will get the ball and try to make the big plays. Detroit assured him he will not be traded.

Daye started the season out of the rotation, since inserted in the rotation he has been consistent with his shot and has been fighting for rebounds and on the defense. There were reports about Detroit shopping him a few weeks ago and his recent play surely increased his value around the league. I'd not be shocked to see him traded.

Middleton haven't played at all, he haven't done great in the DLeague either but he is a project locked on a cheap 4 years deal.

Maggette is washed up and can't do anything on the court to help a team anymore. His value is for his expiring contract and for his veteran presence on the locker room and that's about it.

PF: Jason Maxiell / Charlie Villanueva / Jonas Jerebko

Maxiell is having a career year, he has been solid on defense especially with his blocks, he is a terrible defensive rebounder and sometimes hurt the team because of it. He developed a very consisted pick and pop game and if left open will hit most of his mid range Js. He is more suited to come off the bench to a contender imo, I'd love to see Drummond starting but Maxiell and CV or Jerebko coming off the bench would be a complete disaster as they're all small and terrible rebounders.

Charlie Villanueva surprisingly is trying really hard this season, he probably realize this is one of his last chances to stay in the league and be paid for it after being kicked out of Dominicana's national team and not play much last season. He started out of the rotation and fought to get his minutes, since he got inserted into the rotation the team improved a lot, playing next to Drummond has been helping him a lot. His advanced stats are pretty good and I doubt Detroit will amnesty him next season if he continues to play at this level until the end of the season.

Jonas Jerebko was the biggest disappointment of the season. He was missused, Frank tried to turn him into a stretch 4 and destroyed his game. Last season Jonas was one of the most efficient players from mid range, he also hustle a lot so he gets a lot of offensive rebounds but playing away from the basket on offense really hurts his game. He is out of the rotation and has 9 millions left on his contract after this season. Too much for a 3rd stringer, he should be moved if they can't find a spot for him to play consistently and play up for his strengths.

C: Greg Monroe / Andre Drummond / Slava Kravtsov

Monroe is trying to develop a mid range game to transition to PF and his offensive rebounds as well his efficiency have been hurting from that. He did not take the leap most expected but he is still a very good offensive player, he has been worse on defense tho.

Drummond have surprised everyone, no one expected him to be this good and have the kind of impact he is having on the game. He is a monster on defense and one of the best rebounders in the league. He still has a hard time understanding box out concept but yet he is one of the best rebounders int he league, He likely won't be starting anytime soon because Detroit need a big defensive player on the second unit next to CV and Monroe is still trying to develop a mid range game so they're not the best fit together. Frank is increasing his minutes slowly tho.

Kravtsov is a big disappointment so far, he was signed as a ready to play athletic 7 footer who would provide the size Detroit needed. He hasn't been able to play so far and likely isn't NBA material. His contract is only 500k guaranteed next season and I wouldn't be surprised to see him cut.

In short Detroit need a starter caliber SG, a veteran mentor pass first backup PG, a starter caliber PF and they need to reduce the cost of their 3rd stringers (Maggette, Jonas, Kravtsov are paid 16 million to not play)

Using Texas Chuck model

Keeper: Drummond, Monroe, Knight, Prince

Don't mind keeping: Singler, Villanueva, Stuckey (Probably)

Shopping: Daye, Maxiell, Bynum, Maggette, Jerebko

Filler with no real value: English, Middleton, Kravtsov
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Post#64 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Sun Jan 20, 2013 7:09 pm by Trader_Joe

Are you saying you want to keep Knight or simply realize the team will? If he is having as much trouble as you describe that will really cripple the team and the development/efficiency of your bigs.
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Post#65 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Mon Jan 21, 2013 8:36 pm by vege

I have absolutely no doubt Detroit will keep him and will keep starting and giving him heavy minutes despite of him not deserving it. They're putting all their chips on him.

It is crippling the team, whoever watches Detroit play can see that, it's crystal clear. Monroe is having to do way too much because Knight is not capable of create anything. Monroe would be a lot more efficient with a better PG, a PG who can give him the ball in a good position and not one that throws a brick at him with 2 seconds on the clock.

Knight is not a PG and worse than that, he is not even close to become a PG. Stuckey is a much better PG than Knight at this point and we all know Stuckey is not a PG.

Knight is a very good scorer and if he develops a court vision and some sort of a PG game he will be one of the top players in the league, at this point doesn't look like he will tho, but he is too young for Detroit to give up on him.

Drummond has been playing the majority of his minutes with Bynum, whenever Drummond plays with Knight his numbers are not good. His +/- are huge with Bynum and are close to 0 with Knight.

Monroe play almost all his minutes with Knight so he doesn't have the benefit of play with a better PG, you add that to the fact that Monroe is trying to develop a mid range game and yeah his efficiency has been hurt this season.
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Post#66 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Thu Jan 24, 2013 3:58 pm by moss_is_1

With the season nearing the half-way mark..I'll post for the Wolves

PG: Rubio / Ridnour / Barea
As it is we can't afford to move Barea or Ridnour since they both have to play off-guard because of injuries...but eventually Ridnour should be moved. Barea has value as a player who can win you a game on his own off the bench.

SG: Shved / Roy / Malcolm Lee
Shved is a keeper, ideally as a 6th man type. His defense has been better then we hoped, been a bit inconsistent with his jumper...but his passing ability and handle is a nice fit for our team.

SF: Kirilenko / Budinger / Gelabale(?)
AK has been great, but has a PO this off-season..don't think we'd move him unless we really think he'll opt out/we think we're too far out to make the playoffs. Bud was great, definitely think we re-sign him as our bench SG/SF for the long-term. Jelly has been nice, think he'll be signed for the rest of the year.

PF: Love / Cunningham / D-will
Love's hurt, been bad when he played on his hand. Don't see anything happening to him...if he's moved it'll be next year after he re-ups his value. Cunningham is a keeper,IMO. Great hustle, money from 15-18 feet, good defense, reliable. D-will is for sure trade bait. Some days he plays good, others he's bad. Just can't find a role here...needs consistent role for someone....definitely best at PF, IMO.

C: Pekovic / Steimsma / Amundson / Chris Johnson(?)
Pek is great, don't see us letting him go in the off-season. Steimsma has been a bit better since playing more with Rubio...but overall he's bad. Amundson has been terrible. Chris Johnson should probably be on the roster the rest of the season and cut Amundson. Johnsons athleticism/length have been a nice fit for us and Lou hasn't done anything.

Keepers: Rubio / Love / Pekovic / Shved / Budinger / Cunningham / Barea

Tradeable: AK / Derrick Williams / Roy's contract(expiring since he's going to miss the year most likely) / Ridnour

no value: Steimsma / Lee / Gelabale / Johnson.

I don't think we make much for moves at the deadline, Johnson will probably be our 3rd center for the year, and Gelable a wing that can fill in. Unless there's a deal for Derrick Williams, I don't see a whole lot out there.
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Post#67 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Thu Jan 24, 2013 4:00 pm by BizGilwalker

Charlotte needs a young PF or C that doesn't suck and isn't overpaid. That's it.


Oh and we need draft picks and more young talent.
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Post#68 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Wed Feb 6, 2013 6:55 pm by Dr Aki

CHA_77_Bobcats wrote:Charlotte needs a young PF or C that doesn't suck and isn't overpaid. That's it.


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Post#69 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Sun Feb 10, 2013 7:21 am by vege

vege wrote:It is crippling the team, whoever watches Detroit play can see that, it's crystal clear. Monroe is having to do way too much because Knight is not capable of create anything. Monroe would be a lot more efficient with a better PG, a PG who can give him the ball in a good position and not one that throws a brick at him with 2 seconds on the clock.


Monroe numbers since playing with Calderon

19 ppg
12.25 rpg
3.25 apg
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Post#70 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Sun Feb 10, 2013 7:31 am by princeofpalace

vege wrote:
vege wrote:It is crippling the team, whoever watches Detroit play can see that, it's crystal clear. Monroe is having to do way too much because Knight is not capable of create anything. Monroe would be a lot more efficient with a better PG, a PG who can give him the ball in a good position and not one that throws a brick at him with 2 seconds on the clock.


Monroe numbers since playing with Calderon

19 ppg
12.25 rpg
3.25 apg


Monroe numbers in January prior to Calderon. There is really not much correlation between Jose coming and Monroe playing well, Greg turned the corner as soon as 2013 hit.

17ppg
10 rpg
3apg
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Post#71 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Sun Feb 10, 2013 7:37 am by vege

Since a lot happened since my last update (a trade for Calderon and an injury to Drummond).

PG: Jose Calderon / Will Bynum

Probably one of the best PG rotation in the entire league. Calderon has been a monster for Detroit and Will Bynum continues to be extremely efficient off the bench in limites minutes.

SG: Brandon Knight / Kim English (Calderon/Stuckey)

Brandon Knight is having ups and downs. He carried the team against the Spurs but had a laughable game against Milwaukee. He is young and need some time to adjust.

Kim English is not playing at all, Calderon/Stuckey are playing the backup SG minutes. Detroit is playing a hell lot of 3 guards rotations.

SF: Kyle Singler / Rodney Stuckey / Khris Middleton / Corey Maggette

Singler is playing way better at the SF than he was at SG. Detroit could use an upgrade here but he is passable as starter. He is a smart glue guy player.

Stuckey is doing just fine at SF. He is being surprisingly efficient and scoring well (12 ppg) since moved to the backup SF spot.

PF: Jason Maxiell / Charlie Villanueva / Jonas Jerebko

Since Drummond's injury, CV and Maxiell are playing 20-30 minutes each, they have been playing together as well with Maxiell playing some center.

Since getting more minutes, Maxiell's production reduced and CV's production and effort increased. Detroit is extremely thin upfront.

Jonas Had a chance to play SF and PF and failed miserably at both.

C: Greg Monroe / Andre Drummond / Slava Kravtsov (Maxiell)

Monroe has stepped up since Drummond's injury, he is benefiting from playing with a real point guard. He is struggling at the 4th quarter tho, not sure if he is tired or is just not mentally strong enough to close games.

Drummond is out for 6 weeks.

Kravtsov has played a few minutes, he appears to be out of game condition, he played 11 minutes the other night and he was exhausted. He showed some promise tho, he is an excellent post defender, is extremely mobile for his size and has some sort of post moves. His biggest flaw in this small sample is his rebounding. He had a hard time grabbing defensive rebounds and hurt the team badly.

Keeper: Drummond, Monroe, Calderon

Don't mind keeping: Knight, Singler, Villanueva

Shopping: Maxiell, Bynum, Stuckey, Maggette, Jerebko

Filler with no real value: English, Middleton, Kravtsov
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Post#72 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Mon Feb 11, 2013 1:52 pm by re49gb_2gho32fp

Blazers

Need:
Whiteside / Jerome Jordan / Vernon Macklin / Tim Ohlbrecht

any 3 of the above coinciding with the deporting of Babbitt, jeffries and hickson out of portland.
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Post#73 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Fri Feb 15, 2013 9:30 pm by A-Zero

Celtics

Team needs: a backup pg and a decent big who plays some D and can rebound well

Possible trade idea: The Celtics send Brandon Bass and a 2nd round pick to the Spurs for Dejaun Blair and Patty Mills. This way the C's get a stop gap pg who can play while everyone get's healthy who is on a good contract (this year and an option for next both of which are for around 1.5 mill) and a hustle big who can rebound in Blair who is on the last year of a good deal(1.7 mill i think). So if Sullinger gets healthy or Blair doesn't work out after this year there is no pressure to resign him and they move Bass's 6.5 mill a year contract. The Spurs relieve a little of the log jam they have at the guard position while unloading Blair who they are actively shopping right now so they obviously don't plan on bringing him back anyways while getting Bass who is a decent player with a good mid range jumper and a 2nd round pick which their staff will probably turn into a 10 year starter :P
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Post#74 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Mon Feb 18, 2013 12:49 pm by GoldenGoose

Golden State needs an athletic slashing SG.
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Post#75 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Sat Feb 23, 2013 2:29 pm by Jack wore plaid

Portland

1. A larger tv market so we stop getting screwed by the NBA

2. A bench
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Post#76 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Tue Mar 12, 2013 7:36 am by Mr Loggins

Cleveland is pretty close to last year: need a SF and C. Basically looking to build around Irving, Thompson, and Waiters now. Cle will also need bench depth - assuming Speights, Ellington and Boobie are all gone, but not as pressing as filling out the starters.
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Post#77 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Sun Mar 17, 2013 1:14 am by djthesonicsfan

Our biggest need is more information...

We need to know if Martin is a difference making player come June. He'll need to be if he wants to come back next year. But unless we get rid of Perk's contract, salary tax implications favor Lamb, even though he hasn't been afforded a legit opportunity to demonstrate his abilities this season.

However, Perk has been playing much better of late. Almost as if he's more than just a thug. But the Lakers, the team I personally was most worried about at the start of the season, suck. Because they are old. Still leaves Memphis, the Clips and San Antonio. And we will need Perk, or someone as tough, to get past all those teams. No Perk, no finals. Still, we need to find out if we can (want to?) afford to get a young, tough center who can also contribute low post offense. Lots of possibilities... including amnesty, do nothing, trade, draft, free agent, etc.

No matter what Perk is not the answer against the Heat. Which is why I'm so incredibly surprised Brooks hasn't invested more in developing PJ3... a guy who could, if he acheives half his potential, actually help against he Heat. So we need to find out if PJ3 is a contributor. And, if so, how to maximize that contribution. Hope you're listening Brooks.

Still, with all that, the bottom line problem for not winning the title is most likely going to be Durant. In that as good, no, great as he is, LeBron still just bitch slaps him in the finals. Sadly, I'm not seeing a lot we're going to be able to do about that.

What we don't need... three more rookies. One, maybe. But not three. It is going to be interesting to see how Presti takes care of that situation.
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Post#78 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Sat May 11, 2013 1:02 pm by inquisitive

so the trade season begins july 1st?? same day as free agency i guess? or can trades be done after the Finals?
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Post#79 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Sat May 11, 2013 1:13 pm by Trader_Joe

inquisitive wrote:so the trade season begins july 1st?? same day as free agency i guess? or can trades be done after the Finals?

Trades can be done as soon as a team's season is over.
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Post#80 Re: Team Needs: Post yours (And a look back a
Sat May 11, 2013 1:25 pm by inquisitive

Trader_Joe wrote:
inquisitive wrote:so the trade season begins july 1st?? same day as free agency i guess? or can trades be done after the Finals?

Trades can be done as soon as a team's season is over.


ok...thks.
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