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I love this acquisition and I pray this medical issue gets behind him soon and never reoccurs. He’s a scorer like Victor, and contract friendly where we could have gotten nothing. Can’t wait. Hopefully he or Brogdon be a point guard as both are SG.
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Which means he passed a checkup with his doctor to be cleared for this, as Pritchard described in his appearance in the Setting the Pace podcast. I think they said it would be another checkup in 1-2 weeks once he starts this stage to get approval to ramp up for contact/play.
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It'll hurt my feelings when I'll be watching LeVert playing for different team. He can ball and take your team to another level. With both healthy TJ and Caris Indy going to be problem. Most don't even know what's coming yet.
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GTR11 wrote:It'll hurt my feelings when I'll be watching LeVert playing for different team. He can ball and take your team to another level. With both healthy TJ and Caris Indy going to be problem. Most don't even know what's coming yet.
Well, considering every season of his career the nets have had:
1) a better record when he sits vs when he plays
2) a losing record when he plays
id say the "other level" he takes you to is a negative one. He will have 2 weeks a year where he shoots well has big games and makes you think he could be an all-star. then 40 games he is the leagues most inefficient chucker followed by a new or recurring injury
he is a GREAT dude. Hall of Fame teammate/human. but he is far far far below the player he is hyped to be.
Glad he is healthy. hopefully he finally gains some consistency and shuts me up