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Post#81 » by wco81 » Sat May 15, 2021 7:11 pm

Mills I hear is a negative because of his defensive liability.

Maybe look more for people who can penetrate.

I noticed that Shabazz Napier wasn't in the NBA this season. He's still 29, about to turn 30 in a couple of months.

He didn't have a bad stretch of 20 games for the Wizards after Wolves traded him in the 2019-2020 season.

But here are the UFAs at PG.

https://www.spotrac.com/nba/free-agents/ufa/point-guard/
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Post#82 » by wco81 » Sat May 15, 2021 7:14 pm

killmongrel wrote:What do you guys think of Reggie Bullock? Do you think he can be a viable starter? Better than Bazemore, Lee, Mulder, or even a lottery rookie. That is if they don't make any big moves.


Will the Knicks let him go?

After the first successful season in a long time, they might be inclined to pay him.
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Post#83 » by killmongrel » Sat May 15, 2021 7:21 pm

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killmongrel wrote:What do you guys think of Reggie Bullock? Do you think he can be a viable starter? Better than Bazemore, Lee, Mulder, or even a lottery rookie. That is if they don't make any big moves.


Will the Knicks let him go?

After the first successful season in a long time, they might be inclined to pay him.
Yeah, that's the thing that sucks. Before this season, I always thought the guy was underrated and the Warriors could get sign him for cheap. But like you said, he had a good year.
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Post#84 » by Onus » Sat May 15, 2021 7:28 pm

Steph / Poole
Klay / JJ
Wiggins
Green / JTA / Paschall
Wiseman / Looney

Looks like we need a SF (Lee or Bazemore) and a back up center (M Gasol). That would be 12. Then add our 2 draft picks and that's 14.

Jalen Johnson would probably fit really well as an upgraded JTA. Then with our pick at 17 get Mitchell, Giddey, Garuba or maybe go with a 3 and d option of Trey Murphy, Benedict Mathurin, Chris Duarte.
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Post#85 » by cpower » Sat May 15, 2021 8:36 pm

Onus wrote:Steph / Poole
Klay / JJ
Wiggins
Green / JTA / Paschall
Wiseman / Looney

Looks like we need a SF (Lee or Bazemore) and a back up center (M Gasol). That would be 12. Then add our 2 draft picks and that's 14.

Jalen Johnson would probably fit really well as an upgraded JTA. Then with our pick at 17 get Mitchell, Giddey, Garuba or maybe go with a 3 and d option of Trey Murphy, Benedict Mathurin, Chris Duarte.

if we can get Plumlee or Turner, we could be in good shape at 5. Then we should go for defense and playmaking at wing
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Post#86 » by Scoots1994 » Mon May 17, 2021 1:05 pm

The need is at wing, the draft is deep in wings. It's good timing for the Dubs
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Post#87 » by GSWFan1994 » Mon May 17, 2021 6:30 pm

1 wing + 1 combo forward, or 2 wings, and I'd be happy.

Something like Jalen Johnson + Ziaire Williams. I'm assuming my dream target (Jaden Springer) will be long gone by our 2nd pick.
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Post#88 » by clyde21 » Tue May 18, 2021 3:02 am

Onus wrote:Steph / Poole
Klay / JJ
Wiggins
Green / JTA / Paschall
Wiseman / Looney

Looks like we need a SF (Lee or Bazemore) and a back up center (M Gasol). That would be 12. Then add our 2 draft picks and that's 14.

Jalen Johnson would probably fit really well as an upgraded JTA. Then with our pick at 17 get Mitchell, Giddey, Garuba or maybe go with a 3 and d option of Trey Murphy, Benedict Mathurin, Chris Duarte.


Wiseman has not earned a starting spot next year sorry
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Post#89 » by Onus » Tue May 18, 2021 4:16 am

clyde21 wrote:
Onus wrote:Steph / Poole
Klay / JJ
Wiggins
Green / JTA / Paschall
Wiseman / Looney

Looks like we need a SF (Lee or Bazemore) and a back up center (M Gasol). That would be 12. Then add our 2 draft picks and that's 14.

Jalen Johnson would probably fit really well as an upgraded JTA. Then with our pick at 17 get Mitchell, Giddey, Garuba or maybe go with a 3 and d option of Trey Murphy, Benedict Mathurin, Chris Duarte.


Wiseman has not earned a starting spot next year sorry

I don’t want him to start. He’ll I didn’t want him to start this year, but his development is a priority
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Post#90 » by cpower » Tue May 18, 2021 5:26 am

Onus wrote:
clyde21 wrote:
Onus wrote:Steph / Poole
Klay / JJ
Wiggins
Green / JTA / Paschall
Wiseman / Looney

Looks like we need a SF (Lee or Bazemore) and a back up center (M Gasol). That would be 12. Then add our 2 draft picks and that's 14.

Jalen Johnson would probably fit really well as an upgraded JTA. Then with our pick at 17 get Mitchell, Giddey, Garuba or maybe go with a 3 and d option of Trey Murphy, Benedict Mathurin, Chris Duarte.


Wiseman has not earned a starting spot next year sorry

I don’t want him to start. He’ll I didn’t want him to start this year, but his development is a priority

next year we are going for the ring and we will play warriors basketball. If he cannot play like Looney or Bogut he wont have a spot on this team. We are not changing GOAT offensive player's style to impress the rookies.
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Post#91 » by Onus » Tue May 18, 2021 2:20 pm

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Onus wrote:
clyde21 wrote:
Wiseman has not earned a starting spot next year sorry

I don’t want him to start. He’ll I didn’t want him to start this year, but his development is a priority

next year we are going for the ring and we will play warriors basketball. If he cannot play like Looney or Bogut he wont have a spot on this team. We are not changing GOAT offensive player's style to impress the rookies.

whether you agree with it or not wiseman's development is going to be a priority. If you're a title contending team it doesn't matter what seed you are. See everyone trying to avoid the lakers at the 7th seed.
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Post#92 » by ILOVEIT » Tue May 18, 2021 3:00 pm

jaymo123 wrote:These are the players currently on the roster I would keep:

PG: Steph
SG: Klay/Poole
SF: Wiggens/JTA/Bazemore? - Bazemore is the last option if others are not signed in free agency.
PF: Green/Looney?/Pascall - Looney has player option.
C: Wiseman
Draft Pick

These are the moves I hope the dubs can make in the offseason:

PG: TJ McConnell or Patty Mills - either guy would be great role players off the bench, move and cut well off the ball. McConnell would be cheaper.
SG/SF: Harkless/W. Matthews - cheap but better defensive replacements over Lee and Mulder that can be signed by the vet minimum.
PF/C: Noel, R. Holmes or Chriss - run the floor, decent on the perimeter defense, and finish at the rim. Chriss would be the cheapest.

Here is the core group if it worked out the way I want it to:

PG: Steph/Mills - chose Mills over McConnell because he can shoot.
SG: Klay/Poole/Mathews
SF: Wiggens/JTA/Harkless
PF: Green/Looney/Pascall
C: Wiseman/Chriss

Add in a draft pick for the 14th roster spot or use that pick along with Looney or Pascall in a trade.


Love the Patty Mills as a back up idea.

IMO, next year is all about the Wiseman fit (or not). If he becomes something and the team starts clicking again WITH him.....Wow...could be another chip run.
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Post#93 » by Scoots1994 » Tue May 18, 2021 3:38 pm

Anyone down on Wiseman ... look at the per36 numbers for him against other 19 year old bigs in NBA history. He's not THAT bad.

When you consider the crazy number of things working against him (almost no college season, no time at team facilities before camp, no camp, no pre-season, injury issues, covid issues, and that he went to a team with possible the most complex system to play in.

Dray believes in him and he definitely showed flashes of what he can be. Don't give up on him so quick.
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Post#94 » by wco81 » Tue May 18, 2021 4:08 pm

Wiseman was playing a little better before the injury wasn't he?

The problem now is how much training and skills development he's going to be able to do while he recovers/rehabs from surgery.
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Post#95 » by Scoots1994 » Tue May 18, 2021 4:31 pm

wco81 wrote:Wiseman was playing a little better before the injury wasn't he?

The problem now is how much training and skills development he's going to be able to do while he recovers/rehabs from surgery.


The fact that he will be able to work with coaches and teammates will help a lot more than the zero he got coming in to this season.

I hope he and Dray spend every possible minute together. And I hope Adams is there as much as possible.
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Post#96 » by cpower » Tue May 18, 2021 5:03 pm

Onus wrote:
cpower wrote:
Onus wrote:I don’t want him to start. He’ll I didn’t want him to start this year, but his development is a priority

next year we are going for the ring and we will play warriors basketball. If he cannot play like Looney or Bogut he wont have a spot on this team. We are not changing GOAT offensive player's style to impress the rookies.

whether you agree with it or not wiseman's development is going to be a priority. If you're a title contending team it doesn't matter what seed you are. See everyone trying to avoid the lakers at the 7th seed.

our priority has always been winning a ring. Winning a ring with the current core is 100 times more feasible than winning with a #2 pick who happens to have one of the worst advance stats in the entire league. It's not that hard of a decision really.
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Post#97 » by lars_rosenberg » Tue May 18, 2021 6:18 pm

cpower wrote:
Onus wrote:
cpower wrote:next year we are going for the ring and we will play warriors basketball. If he cannot play like Looney or Bogut he wont have a spot on this team. We are not changing GOAT offensive player's style to impress the rookies.

whether you agree with it or not wiseman's development is going to be a priority. If you're a title contending team it doesn't matter what seed you are. See everyone trying to avoid the lakers at the 7th seed.

our priority has always been winning a ring. Winning a ring with the current core is 100 times more feasible than winning with a #2 pick who happens to have one of the worst advance stats in the entire league. It's not that hard of a decision really.
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I don't want to waste years in developing a player to find out he's Javale McGee.
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Post#98 » by wco81 » Tue May 18, 2021 6:28 pm

These play in games and playoffs, if the Warriors make it that far, will show how viable contention is next year.

If they don't seem close to the upper tier playoffs teams, then the return of Klay and addition of a couple of rookies isn't likely to drastically improve the team.

If the Warriors are competitive even if they lose, then contention will be more believable.
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Post#99 » by Scoots1994 » Tue May 18, 2021 8:56 pm

cpower wrote:
Onus wrote:
cpower wrote:next year we are going for the ring and we will play warriors basketball. If he cannot play like Looney or Bogut he wont have a spot on this team. We are not changing GOAT offensive player's style to impress the rookies.

whether you agree with it or not wiseman's development is going to be a priority. If you're a title contending team it doesn't matter what seed you are. See everyone trying to avoid the lakers at the 7th seed.

our priority has always been winning a ring. Winning a ring with the current core is 100 times more feasible than winning with a #2 pick who happens to have one of the worst advance stats in the entire league. It's not that hard of a decision really.


The Warriors want to win a ring but they don't want to sacrifice "everything" at the chance of winning 1 more ring either.

Giving up on a 19 year old rookie big who showed flashes after 1 year is absolutely premature.
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Post#100 » by superunknown » Tue May 18, 2021 9:05 pm

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