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Around the NBA 30.0 - Whale-watching edition

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Post#501 » by El Alonzo scowl » Mon Jun 19, 2017 2:34 pm

I'd trade for PG13 and go all in on Blake Griffin

A starting 5 of Goran, whoever isn't traded between TJ or Josh Richardson, PG13, BG, and Whiteside would be filthy.

Edit: I'd offer Ellington, McBob, Winslow, and either TJ or Josh Richardson. Indiana gets expiring contracts, a young prospect, and a 3&D starter at the two under 25 years old. How do they say no to that?
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Post#502 » by Flash4thewin » Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:37 pm

El Alonzo scowl wrote:I'd trade for PG13 and go all in on Blake Griffin

A starting 5 of Goran, whoever isn't traded between TJ or Josh Richardson, PG13, BG, and Whiteside would be filthy.

Edit: I'd offer Ellington, McBob, Winslow, and either TJ or Josh Richardson. Indiana gets expiring contracts, a young prospect, and a 3&D starter at the two under 25 years old. How do they say no to that?


With ease you say no. If I'm Indiana I take Love and don't look back. Remember it's not just basketball reasons that come into play. With PG13 gone they need a star to market and Love fits that bill fortunately for us. Just for fun imagine trying to market Winslow and his sub par shooting as a star , you would lose season ticket holders left and right. It's more than just basketball issues.
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Post#503 » by jereseja » Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:48 pm

This is going more crazy every minut
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Post#504 » by Mos_Heat » Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:57 pm

jereseja wrote:This is going more crazy every minut
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doesn't make sense, at all
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Post#506 » by Tony15 » Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:32 pm

KDs twitter feed is so amusing....arguing with a random white chick.


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Post#507 » by J-House » Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:43 pm

Cavs will go after every everyone. I believe that LeBron realizes his window isn't open for much longer and will try to get the most help possible. KD, Curry, Klay, and Draymond are all in their primes and will be in the finals for the next 5 years or longer. LeBron is scared.
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Post#508 » by Phinsoverpats » Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:52 pm

No one was trying to help the heat when they were on top but everybody and their mother trying to help the cavs
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Post#509 » by Flash4thewin » Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:56 pm

J-House wrote:Cavs will go after every everyone. I believe that LeBron realizes his window isn't open for much longer and will try to get the most help possible. KD, Curry, Klay, and Draymond are all in their primes and will be in the finals for the next 5 years or longer. LeBron is scared.


Well yeah it's an arms race. Look the Warriors could beat the East all star team. I have a hard time seeing the Jordan Bulls beating this team because of the 3.
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Post#510 » by J-House » Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:56 pm

Phinsoverpats wrote:No one was trying to help the heat when they were on top but everybody and their mother trying to help the cavs

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Post#511 » by Tony15 » Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:01 pm

Phinsoverpats wrote:No one was trying to help the heat when they were on top but everybody and their mother trying to help the cavs

Miami is probably the only pro-sports city that can easily claim the us against the world mentality. Glorious and maddening at the same time....


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Post#512 » by IggieCC » Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:07 pm

Phinsoverpats wrote:No one was trying to help the heat when they were on top but everybody and their mother trying to help the cavs

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Post#513 » by Bishop45 » Mon Jun 19, 2017 5:25 pm

I legit believe Bron on the Spurs with an average support at the very least could beat the Warriors. Kawhi's the best perimeter defender in the league, a combination of Kawhi, Bron and Green on the perimeter is just scary.

With just an average supporting cast, in Pop's system, I think they could do it
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Post#514 » by King_Supreme » Mon Jun 19, 2017 6:06 pm

El Alonzo scowl wrote:I'd trade for PG13 and go all in on Blake Griffin

A starting 5 of Goran, whoever isn't traded between TJ or Josh Richardson, PG13, BG, and Whiteside would be filthy.

Edit: I'd offer Ellington, McBob, Winslow, and either TJ or Josh Richardson. Indiana gets expiring contracts, a young prospect, and a 3&D starter at the two under 25 years old. How do they say no to that?


Need to clear 18 additional mil to have room for PG and Blake.

Ellington; TJ, and McBob all make around 6 mil each(6X3 = 18).
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Post#515 » by Chalm Down » Mon Jun 19, 2017 7:26 pm

Bishop45 wrote:I legit believe Bron on the Spurs with an average support at the very least could beat the Warriors. Kawhi's the best perimeter defender in the league, a combination of Kawhi, Bron and Green on the perimeter is just scary.

With just an average supporting cast, in Pop's system, I think they could do it


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Post#516 » by Mob Rules » Mon Jun 19, 2017 7:29 pm

In 16 pages so far. A lot to catch up with. I need a Pat Riley motivation.
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Post#517 » by Chalm Down » Mon Jun 19, 2017 7:33 pm

Mos_Heat wrote:Cleveland in: George, Jamir, Beasly

Indy in: Farried, Barton, DEN 1st, DEN 19(top-10 protected)

Denver in: Love, shumpert

looks perfect, imo


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Post#518 » by Bishop45 » Mon Jun 19, 2017 7:52 pm

Chalm Down wrote:
Bishop45 wrote:I legit believe Bron on the Spurs with an average support at the very least could beat the Warriors. Kawhi's the best perimeter defender in the league, a combination of Kawhi, Bron and Green on the perimeter is just scary.

With just an average supporting cast, in Pop's system, I think they could do it


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Bron and sad boy, the 2 best 2-way players in the league, with Bron playing as the ultimate small ball 4 and Danny Green possibly the best transition defender in the league... idk, it's unthinkable but I think definitely possible
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Post#519 » by Chalm Down » Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:10 pm

Bishop45 wrote:
Chalm Down wrote:
Bishop45 wrote:I legit believe Bron on the Spurs with an average support at the very least could beat the Warriors. Kawhi's the best perimeter defender in the league, a combination of Kawhi, Bron and Green on the perimeter is just scary.

With just an average supporting cast, in Pop's system, I think they could do it


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Bron and sad boy, the 2 best 2-way players in the league, with Bron playing as the ultimate small ball 4 and Danny Green possibly the best transition defender in the league... idk, it's unthinkable but I think definitely possible


Anythings possible with lebron...i just dont want goodboy to have nice things :)
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Post#520 » by Mos_Heat » Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:50 pm

Mob Rules wrote:In 16 pages so far. A lot to catch up with. I need a Pat Riley motivation.
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