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Re: 2019 Bucks Off Season Thread - Trades, Transactions - Korver Signs

Posted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 12:11 pm
by BradMKE

Re: 2019 Bucks Off Season Thread - Trades, Transactions - Korver Signs

Posted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 12:20 pm
by BucksStatsGuy
BradMKE wrote:https://theathletic.com/1098976/2019/07/29/partnow-from-working-on-basketball-to-working-in-basketball-and-back/

Seth Partnow leaves after 3 years being Director of Basketball Research


As someone who did the same thing, good for him, for many reasons. He will be approximately 95% happier with this life, like I am now.

Re: 2019 Bucks Off Season Thread - Trades, Transactions - Korver Signs

Posted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 1:05 pm
by LedZepp007
BucksStatsGuy wrote:
BradMKE wrote:https://theathletic.com/1098976/2019/07/29/partnow-from-working-on-basketball-to-working-in-basketball-and-back/

Seth Partnow leaves after 3 years being Director of Basketball Research


As someone who did the same thing, good for him, for many reasons. He will be approximately 95% happier with this life, like I am now.


Was it not a good gig?


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Re: 2019 Bucks Off Season Thread - Trades, Transactions - Korver Signs

Posted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 1:44 pm
by EastSideBucksFan
BucksStatsGuy wrote:
BradMKE wrote:https://theathletic.com/1098976/2019/07/29/partnow-from-working-on-basketball-to-working-in-basketball-and-back/

Seth Partnow leaves after 3 years being Director of Basketball Research


As someone who did the same thing, good for him, for many reasons. He will be approximately 95% happier with this life, like I am now.



This seems to be a theme with Bucks front office employees.

Re: 2019 Bucks Off Season Thread - Trades, Transactions - Korver Signs

Posted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 2:17 pm
by raferfenix
Beal's supermax #'s are crazy:

43.8
47.3
50.8
54.3
57.8

I have a hard time seeing the Wizards really wanting to pay all that (alongside John Wall's corpse) even if they want to continue gunning for a middling playoff seed year after year.

Not sure if the Bucks would either. Beal would be making almost triple Brogdon's salary by the end of it.

Of course this is just academic if Beal doesn't make an All NBA team to earn a supermax. But still.