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Goran "DRAGON" Dragic: The Official Thread

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Re: Goran "DRAGON" Dragic: The Official Thread 

Post#1321 » by leoshes » Fri May 5, 2017 11:58 pm

contract wrote:
kayath wrote:It is not like Bosh and Waiters were out in most crucial times for the team.

Can we please stop using Bosh as a crutch? Bosh hasn't been a part of this team for almost 1 1/2 seasons now. This is the team as constructed. Lets stop pretending that Bosh was a loss for this team. This organization is actively working to keep him off the court.

Bosh isn't out, we WANT him out.



As long as his contract :wink: is on the books Bosh will be a clutch. Imagine we had that money on someone else who actually helped.
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Re: Goran "DRAGON" Dragic: The Official Thread 

Post#1322 » by Wildlinger » Sat May 6, 2017 4:39 am

I find it utterly hilarious how Dragic can put up pretty much the exact same stats this season like he did 3 years ago when he was an All NBA player, yet somehow that gets discounted as average. Dragic had an arguably better season now than he did 3 years ago and a big reason for that is his improved defense. Even Spolestra was raving about that aspect of his game. Dragic's actually a solid off-ball defender now and doesn't get exploited when he switches on bigger guys. That's an important part of Heat defense and there aren't many top 10 point guards (or top 15) who could do that.
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Re: Goran "DRAGON" Dragic: The Official Thread 

Post#1323 » by contract » Sat May 6, 2017 4:25 pm

Wildlinger wrote:I find it utterly hilarious how Dragic can put up pretty much the exact same stats this season like he did 3 years ago when he was an All NBA player, yet somehow that gets discounted as average. Dragic had an arguably better season now than he did 3 years ago and a big reason for that is his improved defense. Even Spolestra was raving about that aspect of his game. Dragic's actually a solid off-ball defender now and doesn't get exploited when he switches on bigger guys. That's an important part of Heat defense and there aren't many top 10 point guards (or top 15) who could do that.

I think most of us consider him a borderline all star level player.
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