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Re: Around the NBA: 2019-20 edition 

Post#201 » by Pacers Forever » Sat Jul 31, 2021 12:43 am

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Post#202 » by Pacers Forever » Wed Aug 11, 2021 2:30 am

Not sure where this belongs but Houston apparently killed it in the draft with Green, Sengun, and Christopher. Playing well in SL paired with Khyri Thomas and Kenyon Martin Jr.

Edit: Forgot to mention Garuba.
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Post#203 » by Scoot McGroot » Wed Aug 11, 2021 2:27 pm

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Good luck to him. 2 Pacers notes regarding this:
1) Since we’re out of the original timeline of Monta’s contract, we would not receive any right of set-off to reduce his cap hit if he does sign somewhere this season, however unlikely that is
2) Since his waived contract is still stretched on our books this year, we legally cannot sign him this year, which I’m sure breaks no one’s heart here… :wink:
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Post#204 » by Pacersike » Fri Aug 13, 2021 12:41 pm

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Good luck to him.

:D

One of the few players I don't believe can surprise us in a good way :D .
Impressive with his words, far less impressive with his actions.
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Post#205 » by Scoot McGroot » Fri Sep 24, 2021 2:53 pm

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Caitlin Cooper getting the call up to the big time, with Five Thirty Eight. Well deserved!
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Post#206 » by Pacers Forever » Mon Sep 27, 2021 8:11 am

Ok never heard of Five Thirty Eight Ha ! I’ve heard of Indy cornrows who she’s with though.
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Post#207 » by Scoot McGroot » Mon Sep 27, 2021 12:30 pm

Pacers Forever wrote:Ok never heard of Five Thirty Eight Ha ! I’ve heard of Indy cornrows who she’s with though.


Five Thirty Eight is Nate Silver's service. He's a big time statistician (as far as they can be big time, that is, :lol: ), that rose to fame on his accurate election predictions, and eventually licensed his blog to the New York Times, and later sold to ESPN, where it was eventually spun off into an ABC News partnership as it encompasses much more than just sports.

In it's sphere of the world, it might be the largest of its kind. If that makes any sense?
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Post#208 » by Scoot McGroot » Tue Nov 23, 2021 8:02 pm

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Hollinger casually mentions that Warren could double his salary next year, which might be really tough for the Pacers to do.
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Re: Around the NBA: 2019-20 edition 

Post#209 » by pacers33granger » Wed Nov 24, 2021 12:05 am

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Hollinger casually mentions that Warren could double his salary next year, which might be really tough for the Pacers to do.


Link doesn't seem to be working so not sure of the context, but that seems awfully optimistic. I mean, yeah he could, but even with a weak FA class I don't see someone throwing north of $25 mil at him given his injury history. Worth it if healthy. That's just a big if.
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Re: Around the NBA: 2019-20 edition 

Post#210 » by Scoot McGroot » Wed Nov 24, 2021 1:34 pm

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Hollinger casually mentions that Warren could double his salary next year, which might be really tough for the Pacers to do.


Link doesn't seem to be working so not sure of the context, but that seems awfully optimistic. I mean, yeah he could, but even with a weak FA class I don't see someone throwing north of $25 mil at him given his injury history. Worth it if healthy. That's just a big if.



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Post#211 » by Topofthekey » Wed Nov 24, 2021 4:53 pm

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Hollinger casually mentions that Warren could double his salary next year, which might be really tough for the Pacers to do.

I think he's proven himself to be intriguing enough a player when healthy that some team will take a roll of the dice and throw him a meaty contract

I think I'm in favour of moving on from Warren. Just stash him on the bench and start developing a proper starting 5. All this shuffling players in and out of the starting lineup cannot be good for chemistry. Besides experimenting a little to find what works, I think the team should have look ahead and identify who are the starting 5 long term
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Re: Around the NBA: 2019-20 edition 

Post#212 » by Pacers Forever » Wed Nov 24, 2021 11:55 pm

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Hollinger casually mentions that Warren could double his salary next year, which might be really tough for the Pacers to do.

I think he's proven himself to be intriguing enough a player when healthy that some team will take a roll of the dice and throw him a meaty contract

I think I'm in favour of moving on from Warren. Just stash him on the bench and start developing a proper starting 5. All this shuffling players in and out of the starting lineup cannot be good for chemistry. Besides experimenting a little to find what works, I think the team should have look ahead and identify who are the starting 5 long term


Too early to decide TJ’s fate. He comes back stronger I’m for keeping him. If his play is clearly hampered to finish the season then it would be a no brainer to move on.

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