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Re: Nets Postgame: Panace Trade(s) Time Baby!!!!!!! 

Post#166 » by JayMKE » Thu Feb 21, 2013 4:58 am

Marshon wants in on the Swag Train
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Post#167 » by Garbs_7 » Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:01 am

JayMKE wrote:Marshon wants in on the Swag Train


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Post#168 » by paul » Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:10 am

JayMKE wrote:Marshon wants in on the Swag Train


:lol:

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Post#169 » by Wooderson » Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:12 am

I would love some Marsha on this squad, but only if we can acquire Bargnani too.
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Re: Nets Postgame: Panace Trade(s) Time Baby!!!!!!! 

Post#170 » by Wooderson » Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:15 am

GHOSTofSIKMA wrote:its been clearly discussed in the media that teams are calling on ellis. youre denying this because the only specific name thats been discussed is a borderline all star? bogut isnt good anymore. of course we can trade ellis for somebody better than bogut if were hesitant to even trade him for josh smith for crissakes.


Uh, Ellis for Smith straight up isn't happening. I will gladly come back here and give you props if it does, but there's no way ATL accepts that. If it was on the table the Bucks would have done it already. They're probably expecting one of Harris/Henson/1st in order to make it happen, and in that case Ellis would be a minor part of the deal. Ellis just isn't valuable anymore given how pathetic he's been.
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Post#172 » by galena » Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:37 am

I actually feel really bad for Monta. Despite his flaws he does seem to actually care about winning. Seems like a pretty good guy. That was just awful. When he got fouled I said aloud to myself that he would definitely miss the first free throw. He wasn't even going to tease us I knew. What a waste of talent though. On a different note, Brandon convinced me that we should keep him. He was really getting into the paint tonight. He's pretty **** good. I think he'll get about 25% better too. He's a good player.
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Post#173 » by EastSideBucksFan » Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:42 am

I remember when CDR wanted to Fear the Deer as well.

Good times.


I'd trade a 2nd round pick for Marshon. Not more than that though.
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Post#174 » by step3profit » Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:48 am

galena wrote:I actually feel really bad for Monta. Despite his flaws he does seem to actually care about winning. Seems like a pretty good guy. That was just awful. When he got fouled I said aloud to myself that he would definitely miss the first free throw. He wasn't even going to tease us I knew. What a waste of talent though. On a different note, Brandon convinced me that we should keep him. He was really getting into the paint tonight. He's pretty **** good. I think he'll get about 25% better too. He's a good player.


The problem with Jennings is that he only looks good when his shot is falling. If he's missing shots, which happens often, the rest of his game usually goes to **** as well.
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Post#175 » by galena » Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:09 am

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galena wrote:I actually feel really bad for Monta. Despite his flaws he does seem to actually care about winning. Seems like a pretty good guy. That was just awful. When he got fouled I said aloud to myself that he would definitely miss the first free throw. He wasn't even going to tease us I knew. What a waste of talent though. On a different note, Brandon convinced me that we should keep him. He was really getting into the paint tonight. He's pretty **** good. I think he'll get about 25% better too. He's a good player.


The problem with Jennings is that he only looks good when his shot is falling. If he's missing shots, which happens often, the rest of his game usually goes to **** as well.


Yep I'm familiar with that school of thought. Devil's advocate: very few players look good when their shot is not falling, except defensive specialists. All I'm saying is that he really does have a great handle and he got into the paint a ton tonight. I've really been frustrated with him overall and have had a hard time figuring him out, but these last two games have somehow convinced me that he is worth keeping and i really think he will improve quite significantly.
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Post#176 » by Turd Ferguson » Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:14 am

Stop evaluating Jennings' game on a game-by-game basis. Or get ready to evaluate his game on a game-by-game basis for the next two out of four years until you finally get fed up with it...or maybe you will not have reached a conclusion on him in 2015/2016 two years into a toxic four-year deal.
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Post#177 » by weezybaby856 » Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:16 am

I got this sick feeling in my stomach that Milwaukee is now going to be the 3rd party involved in helping give up assets to Atlanta to send Josh to Brooklyn so we can have Brooklyn's garbage in return.

Marshon Brooks, really? Smfh.

We will send out picks, expirings and 1 of Tobias or Henson and get back Brooks, Humphries and Devin Harris, all while watching Josh end up in Brooklyn. Write it down.
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Post#178 » by Wooderson » Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:18 am

As maddening as the rest of the team is, Sanders development is incredibly fun to watch. Major props to Hammond for that pick. Just wish Tobes could get 10-15 minutes a game.
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Post#179 » by blazza18 » Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:20 am

Weezy mate don't be to overly concerned with that trade happening. We've already apparently turned the Nets scrubs trade down.
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Post#180 » by ibanezjp » Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:26 am

So typical. All our players shrink every 4th quarter. It was such a fun game until the end. CJ **** Watson and Bogans were killing us all night. I knew when the nets took the lead we were done. Psychologically when you give up the lead in the 4th after leading the whole game you've basically lost the game. Once Bogans hit the 3 with like 5 min left after BJ and Monta both took hard falls I knew it was over and fast forwarded to the end to predictably see that they lost. I know wins and losses don't matter so much in our situation as we're pretty locked into that 8 spot but its just so frustrating last night and tonight to have fun watching the game only to have them lose at the end. Seriously thinking of not watching on Saturday. These 2 nights were so demoralizing. We literally pulled an axford these last two nights. Waste a great team effort by horrible closing of a game. **** this **** team that just kills any fun we might have watching this team.
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Post#181 » by weezybaby856 » Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:31 am

blazza18 wrote:Weezy mate don't be to overly concerned with that trade happening. We've already apparently turned the Nets scrubs trade down.


I hope ur right my friend, I'm getting nervous though now with these new rumors swirling around Marshon Brooks saying he "wants to play for the Bucks". I mean where does that stuff even come from? Now Devin Harris comes out and says he wouldn't mind coming home and playing for Milwaukee... Is this stuff true or just speculation or what? All the conflicting rumors the last few days make me want to pull out my hair at this point.

I just can't stop being pessimistic about somehow us really screwing this deadline up by either not making any move at all or bringing in a total goon platoon like Brooklyns garbage etc.

I would say ill be happy when the deadline passes but there's an even greater chance ill be even more upset than I'm already becoming.
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Re: Nets Postgame: Panace Trade(s) Time Baby!!!!!!! 

Post#182 » by Godgers » Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:33 am

I want...

Eric Gordon
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Eric Bledsoe
or any player with the first name of Eric

The better than nothing deal would be a Package with Ellis for Smith and getting Redick.

Im done watching Bucks games with Jennings and Ellis both togther as long as that will be. Even if Smith gets traded here I will not watch if Ellis stays.

I could get on board with watching Jennings, Redick, Smith, Sanders.
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Post#183 » by AussieBuck » Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:45 am

Godgers wrote:I want...

Eric Gordon
or
Eric Bledsoe
or any player with the first name of Eric


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Post#184 » by Sherman Douglas » Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:46 am

Whoring this thing out just cus:

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Hadn't seen this thread in awhile. This is pretty much where I stand on Giannis, well said.
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Post#185 » by Garbs_7 » Thu Feb 21, 2013 7:00 am

Godgers wrote:I want...

Eric Gordon
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Eric Bledsoe
or any player with the first name of Eric


Eric Piatowski?
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