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Re: Dragic impression 

Post#61 » by BaDaBo » Tue May 16, 2017 6:08 pm

contract wrote:
BaDaBo wrote:
contract wrote:
Spoiler:

That doesn't really mean anything. You can't save your minutes to use them when you're older. Trust me on that.


Sadly I know really well that father times is a b**** any I'm only 28 lol.

You can't save minutes, but every minute less on the court is a minute of stress the body didn't have to go trough. 4 seasons of basketball worth of minutes have to count for something right ;)

I know coming from a Dragic fan sounds very bias to some. But I'd be saying the same about any player. I just think for some being 31 in the new 36.

p.s.: As a Dragic fan I'll watch him play anywhere he goes, so trade him if that's good for Miami. I just like seeing him in a Heat jersey.

I agree that Dragic still has years of effective play in front of him, I just don't think it has to do with limited NBA minutes. A perimeter player with an effective outside shot has a chance to play until he's 40. Unless he suffers a serious injury, Dragic's decline will not be soon or sudden as some fans believe.


You don't think if the NBA season was 60 games instead of 82 most players would be playing at a higher level at 35-40 of age then they are right now?

Even if we don't agree, at least you see my point, here I was thinking my English is getting worse than my knees :lol:
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Re: Dragic impression 

Post#62 » by contract » Tue May 16, 2017 6:14 pm

BaDaBo wrote:
contract wrote:
BaDaBo wrote:
Sadly I know really well that father times is a b**** any I'm only 28 lol.

You can't save minutes, but every minute less on the court is a minute of stress the body didn't have to go trough. 4 seasons of basketball worth of minutes have to count for something right ;)

I know coming from a Dragic fan sounds very bias to some. But I'd be saying the same about any player. I just think for some being 31 in the new 36.

p.s.: As a Dragic fan I'll watch him play anywhere he goes, so trade him if that's good for Miami. I just like seeing him in a Heat jersey.

I agree that Dragic still has years of effective play in front of him, I just don't think it has to do with limited NBA minutes. A perimeter player with an effective outside shot has a chance to play until he's 40. Unless he suffers a serious injury, Dragic's decline will not be soon or sudden as some fans believe.


You don't think if the NBA season was 60 games instead of 82 most players would be playing at a higher level at 35-40 of age then they are right now?

Even if we don't agree, at least you see my point, here I was thinking my English is getting worse than my knees :lol:

Your English is better than mine. :nod:
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Re: Dragic impression 

Post#63 » by Beenie » Tue May 16, 2017 8:48 pm

Mos_Heat wrote:
Beenie wrote:He's on the wrong side of 30 and plays a physically taxing style so a not too distance future diminishing of production seems imminent by my estimation. I would look to trade him now. A year too soon is better than a year too late.

doesn't make sense, unless we can land Fultz/Ball/Fox/DSJ



I agree. In the "Riley" thread I proposed the idea of packaging Dragic with players and our pick for Melo and NY's pick. The idea being to snatch a young PG with a high ceiling on a small contract and to couple him with a reliable end of the game ISO scorer. It also manages to maintain cap flexibility to resign Johnson and Waiters.

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