Harden-watch 2020

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Re: Harden-watch 2020 

Post#661 » by haosmoove » Wed Jan 13, 2021 9:10 pm

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How did that work out in the Boston trade. Smh

We didnt trade for an All-NBA first team MVP in his prime in the boston trade.

We didnt add that guy to an ALL-NBA first team MVP in the boston trade.

Deron Williams is not Kevin durant

Old dinosaur versions of KG/Pierce are not Harden

awful comparison.... look at this history of 5 picks for a star trades. they usually work out and the nets case is the only that ended in disaster and it was because it wasnt for stars and we went all in with Deron who turned into a scrub overnight

Doesn’t matter. We won’t have a future. No way to get it back after something like that. Want happens if Irving doesn’t come back and Durant gets injured again. And we traded our future. Not to mention they will also have thrown in players with those 7 picks. Good bye Allen. Goodbye Caris. Good bye who ever else plus 7 picks. Trade 3 picks. Or 4 picks max. Not 7. Not more years than the player will even play. He could walk in two years. Dumbest thing ever. 7 picks

In your worst case scenario, Harden by himself will still carry the team to .500, so it's borderline lottery pick.
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Harden-watch 2020 

Post#662 » by NyCeEvO » Wed Jan 13, 2021 9:14 pm

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Re: Harden-watch 2020 

Post#663 » by Rich Rane » Wed Jan 13, 2021 9:30 pm

And now the watch is ended.

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