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Post#1 » by HerroBalls » Mon Oct 12, 2020 3:14 am

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Post#2 » by goodboy » Mon Oct 12, 2020 3:17 am

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Post#3 » by HerroBalls » Mon Oct 12, 2020 3:20 am

Would anyone throw a full max at Brandon Ingram to make the Pelicans jump?

How much would it take to get Oladipo?

Derozan is a terrible fit, right?


Ibaka should be a key target




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Post#4 » by Chalm Down » Mon Oct 12, 2020 3:30 am

HerroBalls wrote:Would anyone throw a full max at Brandon Ingram to make the Pelicans jump?

How much would it take to get Oladipo?

Derozan is a terrible fit, right?


Ibaka should be a key target




WHY HAVEN'T WE MADE A MOVE YET


no no no and no

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Post#10 » by HEATVols865 » Mon Oct 12, 2020 4:10 am

Don’t sign anyone for more than a year and don’t trade for anyone with more than a year on their contract.


That’s what I want. We are the premiere destination in the NBA now. No reason to rush it.

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Post#11 » by Wiltside » Mon Oct 12, 2020 4:24 am

Oi isn’t this just my speculation thread with a fancy new title!?

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Post#12 » by contract » Mon Oct 12, 2020 4:30 am

HEATVols865 wrote:Don’t sign anyone for more than a year and don’t trade for anyone with more than a year on their contract.


That’s what I want. We are the premiere destination in the NBA now. No reason to rush it.

Jimmy is 31. Guys usually begin their decline ~ 32 or 33 or so. Rush or not, there is urgency.

Think about it ... who are the best 33 or older players in the NBA? There aren't very many really good ones, and only one great one.
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Post#13 » by BaffLer » Mon Oct 12, 2020 4:51 am

contract wrote:
HEATVols865 wrote:Don’t sign anyone for more than a year and don’t trade for anyone with more than a year on their contract.


That’s what I want. We are the premiere destination in the NBA now. No reason to rush it.

Jimmy is 31. Guys usually begin their decline ~ 32 or 33 or so. Rush or not, there is urgency.

Think about it ... who are the best 33 or older players in the NBA? There aren't very many really good ones, and only one great one.

Dirk won his first at the age of 32 in almost dominant fashion.

I do agree though. There is urgency. I almost get a sense that once players hit 30 and still haven't won one, they get that creeping feeling in their head wondering if they ever will. Especially for someone like Dirk who never switched teams and waited so long to finally win one.

There is urgency. But there also needs to be some rest right now so people aren't making trigger happy moves. I would hate to start handing out Tyler Johnson type contracts after this post season run.
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Post#14 » by contract » Mon Oct 12, 2020 5:15 am

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HEATVols865 wrote:Don’t sign anyone for more than a year and don’t trade for anyone with more than a year on their contract.


That’s what I want. We are the premiere destination in the NBA now. No reason to rush it.

Jimmy is 31. Guys usually begin their decline ~ 32 or 33 or so. Rush or not, there is urgency.

Think about it ... who are the best 33 or older players in the NBA? There aren't very many really good ones, and only one great one.

Dirk won his first at the age of 32 in almost dominant fashion.

I do agree though. There is urgency. I almost get a sense that once players hit 30 and still haven't won one, they get that creeping feeling in their head wondering if they ever will. Especially for someone like Dirk who never switched teams and waited so long to finally win one.

There is urgency. But there also needs to be some rest right now so people aren't making trigger happy moves. I would hate to start handing out Tyler Johnson type contracts after this post season run.

Or like Dion's or JJ's the last time we fell in love with an overachieving team. We just worked our way out from under that mess.
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Post#15 » by RexBoyWonder » Mon Oct 12, 2020 5:36 am

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BaffLer wrote:
contract wrote:Jimmy is 31. Guys usually begin their decline ~ 32 or 33 or so. Rush or not, there is urgency.

Think about it ... who are the best 33 or older players in the NBA? There aren't very many really good ones, and only one great one.

Dirk won his first at the age of 32 in almost dominant fashion.

I do agree though. There is urgency. I almost get a sense that once players hit 30 and still haven't won one, they get that creeping feeling in their head wondering if they ever will. Especially for someone like Dirk who never switched teams and waited so long to finally win one.

There is urgency. But there also needs to be some rest right now so people aren't making trigger happy moves. I would hate to start handing out Tyler Johnson type contracts after this post season run.

Or like Dion's or JJ's the last time we fell in love with an overachieving team. We just worked our way out from under that mess.



I kinda want to bring TJ back for the Vet Min. 3rd PG. Go full circle. Always liked the kid.
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Post#16 » by goodboy » Mon Oct 12, 2020 6:03 am

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Post#17 » by SA37 » Mon Oct 12, 2020 6:13 am

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HEATVols865 wrote:Don’t sign anyone for more than a year and don’t trade for anyone with more than a year on their contract.


That’s what I want. We are the premiere destination in the NBA now. No reason to rush it.

Jimmy is 31. Guys usually begin their decline ~ 32 or 33 or so. Rush or not, there is urgency.

Think about it ... who are the best 33 or older players in the NBA? There aren't very many really good ones, and only one great one.


Nonsense. Jordan, LeBron, Kobe, Ginobili... lots of guys who have played top-level basketball at 34-36. Butler has 4-5 years of top-level basketball left.

Miami has to find a guy who can replace Crowder and Iguodala. Crowder is a good backup to have and can start if injuries require it, but he just doesn't shoot the ball consistently well enough and can't take anyone off the dribble. Iguodala can't play 20-25 minutes if he can't manage to give Miami 6-10 points. To play 25 minutes and not score over and over again is completely unacceptable. Hopefully, Jones Jr can end up earning a spot in front of Iguodala.

Gallinari (replaces Crowder as the starter) and Ibaka (and upgrade over Olynyk and Leonard, both of who are solid) would be ideal additions. Davis Bertans and Joe Harris fit the bill, too.

Nicolas Batum, Otto Porter Jr (if he opts out), Mo Harkless, Carmelo Anthony, and Marco Belinelli should all be on Miami's radar.
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Post#18 » by goodboy » Mon Oct 12, 2020 6:20 am

Butler is going to be fine.

His game is going to involve beautifully. Funny thing is, he has the potential to be a pretty decent 3 point shooter, he just doesnt take them. But once he does, Its gg. Also the % isnt that bad iirc.
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Post#19 » by RexBoyWonder » Mon Oct 12, 2020 6:31 am

SA37 wrote:
contract wrote:
HEATVols865 wrote:Don’t sign anyone for more than a year and don’t trade for anyone with more than a year on their contract.


That’s what I want. We are the premiere destination in the NBA now. No reason to rush it.

Jimmy is 31. Guys usually begin their decline ~ 32 or 33 or so. Rush or not, there is urgency.

Think about it ... who are the best 33 or older players in the NBA? There aren't very many really good ones, and only one great one.


Nonsense. Jordan, LeBron, Kobe, Ginobili... lots of guys who have played top-level basketball at 34-36. Butler has 4-5 years of top-level basketball left.

Miami has to find a guy who can replace Crowder and Iguodala. Crowder is a good backup to have and can start if injuries require it, but he just doesn't shoot the ball consistently well enough and can't take anyone off the dribble. Iguodala can't play 20-25 minutes if he can't manage to give Miami 6-10 points. To play 25 minutes and not score over and over again is completely unacceptable. Hopefully, Jones Jr can end up earning a spot in front of Iguodala.

Gallinari (replaces Crowder as the starter) and Ibaka (and upgrade over Olynyk and Leonard, both of who are solid) would be ideal additions. Davis Bertans and Joe Harris fit the bill, too.

Nicolas Batum, Otto Porter Jr (if he opts out), Mo Harkless, Carmelo Anthony, and Marco Belinelli should all be on Miami's radar.



KZ is coming. In my prayers He's that long alethic wing that can bring elite defense with some respectful scoring. Got to hope he pans out in a big way like Bam did.

The only new players we might bring this offseason are players that get off the books after this upcoming season, the main thing is to keep a full max salary slot open for next offseason.
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Post#20 » by Rafly » Mon Oct 12, 2020 9:55 am

So yeah. I would absolutely love to get another near 40% 3 point shooter at the power forward spot. We saw how great these guys looked when Crowder was hitting the open 3’s. Now sure there are plenty of guys that can approach that Mark but the difficult part is finding a guy that can also play very good defense.

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