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Around the League: 2012-2013

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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#766 » by Klomp » Thu Feb 21, 2013 2:12 am

Tirion wrote:Morris brothers are re-united... finally.

Hansbrough brothers are already in place on the Pacers.

Stage III can begin.

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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#767 » by Tirion » Thu Feb 21, 2013 4:30 am

Harden went God Mode.

That trade will go down in history as a massive blunder, the OKC could've had the West on lock for the next decade.
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#768 » by Klomp » Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:57 am

Tirion wrote:Harden went God Mode.

That trade will go down in history as a massive blunder, the OKC could've had the West on lock for the next decade.

What Oklahoma City got in return:

Kevin Martin - Good, but an unrestricted free agent this summer
Jeremy Lamb - Potential, but provides nothing right now.
TOR 1st - TOR making it look worse, though OKC only gets in 2013 if 4-14. TOR 5 games out of playoffs.
DAL 1st - Top 20 protected, won't get for a while
CHA 2nd - High 2nd, but in a weak draft
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#769 » by NikolaPekovic » Thu Feb 21, 2013 11:01 pm

I would be happy if we could flip one of our assets for jeremy lamb.

He would def get minutes here and has alot of talent. smooth SG with long wingspan that can create for himself.
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#770 » by Devilzsidewalk » Thu Feb 21, 2013 11:11 pm

Tirion wrote:Harden went God Mode.

That trade will go down in history as a massive blunder, the OKC could've had the West on lock for the next decade.


"Key word is VALUE. Sefolosha at 4m > Harden at 14m" ~Klomp
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#771 » by Klomp » Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:15 am

Devilzsidewalk wrote:
Tirion wrote:Harden went God Mode.

That trade will go down in history as a massive blunder, the OKC could've had the West on lock for the next decade.


"Key word is VALUE. Sefolosha at 4m > Harden at 14m" ~Klomp

Harden at 14m > Pekovic at 14m

Not even close
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#772 » by NikolaPekovic » Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:20 am

Sefalosha would be sooooo good on this team.
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#773 » by Tirion » Fri Feb 22, 2013 2:21 am

NikolaPekovic wrote:I would be happy if we could flip one of our assets for jeremy lamb.

He would def get minutes here and has alot of talent. smooth SG with long wingspan that can create for himself.


Jeremy Lamb = Ben McLemore
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#774 » by Klomp » Fri Feb 22, 2013 5:44 am

San Antonio Spurs, wow.
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#775 » by NikolaPekovic » Fri Feb 22, 2013 8:23 am

Tirion wrote:
NikolaPekovic wrote:I would be happy if we could flip one of our assets for jeremy lamb.

He would def get minutes here and has alot of talent. smooth SG with long wingspan that can create for himself.


Jeremy Lamb = Ben McLemore


Mcelmore doesnt have jeremy lambs handle or overall skill. but i guess his ceiling is higher.
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#776 » by Murphs56 » Fri Feb 22, 2013 9:22 am

I think the Spurs are the only team that legitimately has a shot to beat the Heat in a 7 game series. Unfortunately, I think the Thunder matchup very well with the Spurs because of their athleticism. It's very interesting. I just don't know if the Spurs have the gas to get to the finals.
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#777 » by Basti » Fri Feb 22, 2013 9:33 am

Murphs56 wrote:I think the Spurs are the only team that legitimately has a shot to beat the Heat in a 7 game series. Unfortunately, I think the Thunder matchup very well with the Spurs because of their athleticism. It's very interesting. I just don't know if the Spurs have the gas to get to the finals.


From what I remember during last year's WC finals were many questionable whistles in favor of OKC. If only San Antonio can get a few in their favor this time they have a good chance to beat the Thunder. Also, I think the loss of Harden will hurt them more against the Spurs. I don't remember how many WC finals games I watched last year but I remember Harden going bonkers.

Either way, I'm fully rooting for San Antonio to win it all.
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#778 » by southern wolf » Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:02 pm

The Spurs never cease to amaze me. If they can avoid injuries to their big three they could push the Heat in the finals, big if though.
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#779 » by Devilzsidewalk » Fri Feb 22, 2013 12:49 pm

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Tirion wrote:Harden went God Mode.

That trade will go down in history as a massive blunder, the OKC could've had the West on lock for the next decade.


"Key word is VALUE. Sefolosha at 4m > Harden at 14m" ~Klomp

Harden at 14m > Pekovic at 14m

Not even close


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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#780 » by Calinks » Sat Feb 23, 2013 9:21 am

You know whats effed up?

Randy Foye
Corey Brewer
Al Jefferson

All recent wolves now in our division enjoying post season success. I'm shocked the Suns didn't make the playoffs so Beasley and Johnson would round the insult out.
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#781 » by Basti » Sat Feb 23, 2013 10:37 am

Your post made me remember the Cookie Monster a.k.a. The Rhino a.k.a. Craig Smith. I was wondering where he's playing now and I was surprised he's out of the NBA already :(
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#782 » by Devilzsidewalk » Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:14 am

Randy Wittman's team is playing above .500 basketball since Wall's return.

The Wizards have gone 11-9 in their past 20 games, claiming wins over Oklahoma City, Denver, New York, Brooklyn and the Los Angeles Clippers. During that stretch, the Wizards are outscoring teams, 95.1-92.1, shooting 46.1 percent from the floor and 40.3 percent from three-point range, and holding opponents to just 42.9 percent shooting.


can you believe that ****? Okafor/Nene frontcourt finally paying dividends too.
Oh, and Martell Webster is starting, playing good defense, and 3rd in the NBA in 3 point percentage and is making a million less than Steamer. OF COURSE
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#783 » by Calinks » Sat Feb 23, 2013 8:31 pm

Devilzsidewalk wrote:Randy Wittman's team is playing above .500 basketball since Wall's return.

The Wizards have gone 11-9 in their past 20 games, claiming wins over Oklahoma City, Denver, New York, Brooklyn and the Los Angeles Clippers. During that stretch, the Wizards are outscoring teams, 95.1-92.1, shooting 46.1 percent from the floor and 40.3 percent from three-point range, and holding opponents to just 42.9 percent shooting.


can you believe that ****? Okafor/Nene frontcourt finally paying dividends too.
Oh, and Martell Webster is starting, playing good defense, and 3rd in the NBA in 3 point percentage and is making a million less than Steamer. OF COURSE



They NBA just hates us.
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#784 » by jade_hippo » Sun Feb 24, 2013 1:43 am

Basti wrote:Your post made me remember the Cookie Monster a.k.a. The Rhino a.k.a. Craig Smith. I was wondering where he's playing now and I was surprised he's out of the NBA already :(


didn't he have a bad string of injuries?
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Re: Around the League: 2012-2013 

Post#785 » by Calinks » Sun Feb 24, 2013 5:33 am

Craigers man... I loved that guy. Never adopted him though. Wonder how Blount is doing....

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