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Post#121 » by jason bourne » Mon Aug 31, 2020 6:20 pm

SAS sez Heat will beat the Bucks. Okay, it's SAS but the Heat have been amazing and won their first round against the Pacers 4-0. Gave them the broom. Next, they are the best shooting team in the NBA. The Bucks are the worst in defending the 3-ball. Could this mean that Giannis will complain and want to leave the Bucks. Their starters are too old for Giannis. Okay, so are the Warriors, but they're getting younger and Giannis and Steph have a connection :).
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Post#122 » by Mav_Carter » Mon Aug 31, 2020 6:24 pm

I'm a believer in Wiggins...6'8 and long...he'll give us 20/5/5/ on 45/80/35 with good D as long as Draymond stays on him...that's more than we ever got from the Black Falcon...
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Post#123 » by Nate the Great » Thu Sep 3, 2020 2:01 pm

Wiggins is more useful to the Warriors as a player than as a trade asset. His trade value is negative, but he’s a useful talent to the team. Any trade involving Wiggins would have more talent coming out than coming in. The Warriors are in win-now mode, and the more competitive they are, the higher the team’s value. It would be a mistake to trade Wiggins.

If they trade the pick, it’s most likely to absorb a salary with the TPE. The Warriors have a wealthier ownership group than most teams. Someone will want to cut salary.

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Post#124 » by lars_rosenberg » Thu Sep 3, 2020 6:15 pm

Nate the Great wrote:Wiggins is more useful to the Warriors as a player than as a trade asset. His trade value is negative, but he’s a useful talent to the team. Any trade involving Wiggins would have more talent coming out than coming in. The Warriors are in win-now mode, and the more competitive they are, the higher the team’s value. It would be a mistake to trade Wiggins.

If they trade the pick, it’s most likely to absorb a salary with the TPE. The Warriors have a wealthier ownership group than most teams. Someone will want to cut salary.


The problem with Wiggins is that he's the only tradable contract we have for salary match when it comes to trading for stars.
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Post#125 » by xdrta+ » Thu Sep 3, 2020 6:48 pm

lars_rosenberg wrote:
Nate the Great wrote:Wiggins is more useful to the Warriors as a player than as a trade asset. His trade value is negative, but he’s a useful talent to the team. Any trade involving Wiggins would have more talent coming out than coming in. The Warriors are in win-now mode, and the more competitive they are, the higher the team’s value. It would be a mistake to trade Wiggins.

If they trade the pick, it’s most likely to absorb a salary with the TPE. The Warriors have a wealthier ownership group than most teams. Someone will want to cut salary.


The problem with Wiggins is that he's the only tradable contract we have for salary match when it comes to trading for stars.


And the problem with that is that nobody wants him, especially for a star. The Warriors have to make it work with Wiggins this year.
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Post#126 » by Mylie10 » Thu Sep 3, 2020 8:18 pm

xdrta+ wrote:
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Nate the Great wrote:Wiggins is more useful to the Warriors as a player than as a trade asset. His trade value is negative, but he’s a useful talent to the team. Any trade involving Wiggins would have more talent coming out than coming in. The Warriors are in win-now mode, and the more competitive they are, the higher the team’s value. It would be a mistake to trade Wiggins.

If they trade the pick, it’s most likely to absorb a salary with the TPE. The Warriors have a wealthier ownership group than most teams. Someone will want to cut salary.


The problem with Wiggins is that he's the only tradable contract we have for salary match when it comes to trading for stars.


And the problem with that is that nobody wants him, especially for a star. The Warriors have to make it work with Wiggins this year.


A Draymond Looney package is probably enough money for any big deal they might make as well. It’s not only Wiggins and his contract.

But I’m not entertaining any idea that has Klay in it. The second Klay is mentioned in any deal, I’m out.
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Post#127 » by Nate the Great » Thu Sep 3, 2020 8:56 pm

The difference between the next Warriors team and the team from five years ago isn’t a superstar, it’s a quality bench. If the Warriors sign a new starter, he’ll be a center, and probably not paid that much. What they really need is a Livingston, an Iguodala, etc. Somewhere there’s a team that wasn’t counting on losing so much revenue that will trade a quality bench player to move up in the draft and save salary. We need to find that team.

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Post#128 » by Mav_Carter » Thu Sep 3, 2020 9:34 pm

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Post#129 » by Little Digger » Thu Sep 3, 2020 10:23 pm

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Post#130 » by lars_rosenberg » Fri Sep 4, 2020 7:33 am

Mylie10 wrote:
xdrta+ wrote:
lars_rosenberg wrote:
The problem with Wiggins is that he's the only tradable contract we have for salary match when it comes to trading for stars.


And the problem with that is that nobody wants him, especially for a star. The Warriors have to make it work with Wiggins this year.


A Draymond Looney package is probably enough money for any big deal they might make as well. It’s not only Wiggins and his contract.

But I’m not entertaining any idea that has Klay in it. The second Klay is mentioned in any deal, I’m out.


I would be all in to trade Draymond, but I'm not sure the FO is brave enough to do it. He's been the core identity of the team for the whole championship run and I wonder what would be Steph and Klay reaction.
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Post#131 » by Scoots1994 » Sat Sep 5, 2020 12:02 am

Nate the Great wrote:The difference between the next Warriors team and the team from five years ago isn’t a superstar, it’s a quality bench. If the Warriors sign a new starter, he’ll be a center, and probably not paid that much. What they really need is a Livingston, an Iguodala, etc. Somewhere there’s a team that wasn’t counting on losing so much revenue that will trade a quality bench player to move up in the draft and save salary. We need to find that team.


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Post#132 » by jamesnamida » Wed Sep 9, 2020 1:28 am

Or keep Wiseman, have him, wiggins, green shoot 1000 3's a day.
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Post#133 » by Yao4REAL » Sun Sep 13, 2020 10:14 am

There is a high chance Gianna is not going to join the Warriors. Then Wiggins will stay and Warriors will try to trade the draft for a decent star or keep the draft. Rumor about Bradley Beal...but i wouldn't want him though....he doesn't play defense.

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