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Re: Chris Brickley on Working with Frank and Kanter 

Post#141 » by Adelheid » Thu Aug 9, 2018 3:12 pm

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it ain't gonna be that low for him, especially if fizdale can showcase a greater potential heading into his prime.

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sure. i in no way suggest he should be doing it here. i just can't see him not getting paid next year.

we are seeing some interesting spending of money. it's almost a class disparity thing. the cap is going up, but not everyone is getting paid more. people are saving their cap space for big-time players and trying to collect more of them. not suggesting that's wrong. it's just interesting to see if bigger cap leads to greater salary disparity in the NBA.


Its good for the future of the league tbh...the GMs are now smarting up and relying some more on development and youth.
We would see much less of one gm overpay for a certain player type and then being followed by other gms because players demand contracts to be as high if not higher than the former.
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Re: Chris Brickley on Working with Frank and Kanter 

Post#145 » by malik959 » Thu Aug 9, 2018 3:47 pm

Dr. Detfink wrote:The funny part of Kan’t-er showing off his ranger is the fact, his 3-pointer has no arc. That shot will be blocked by a guard on a switch.

Watch as teams force Kanty to the corner and DARE him to shoot. Bricks to come!

Frank and Muddy Rivers can be something IF they learn to be physical. No layup rule 2!!!!!!

Not only that, his misses will lead to fast breaks and he'll never get back in time.
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Post#146 » by Jeff Van Gully » Thu Aug 9, 2018 3:50 pm

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sure. i in no way suggest he should be doing it here. i just can't see him not getting paid next year.

we are seeing some interesting spending of money. it's almost a class disparity thing. the cap is going up, but not everyone is getting paid more. people are saving their cap space for big-time players and trying to collect more of them. not suggesting that's wrong. it's just interesting to see if bigger cap leads to greater salary disparity in the NBA.


Its good for the future of the league tbh...the GMs are now smarting up and relying some more on development and youth.
We would see much less of one gm overpay for a certain player type and then being followed by other gms because players demand contracts to be as high if not higher than the former.


very intriguing trend to watch.

at the same time, it reinforces the notion of the NBA being a star-driven league.

at some point they may want to do away with salary cap as a whole, a-la baseball. especially if we're going to have a proper farm system and all that. we could probably pay all players better as a floor, but then have the stars negotiate the "a-rod" contracts.
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Re: Chris Brickley on Working with Frank and Kanter 

Post#147 » by Adelheid » Thu Aug 9, 2018 4:42 pm

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sure. i in no way suggest he should be doing it here. i just can't see him not getting paid next year.

we are seeing some interesting spending of money. it's almost a class disparity thing. the cap is going up, but not everyone is getting paid more. people are saving their cap space for big-time players and trying to collect more of them. not suggesting that's wrong. it's just interesting to see if bigger cap leads to greater salary disparity in the NBA.


Its good for the future of the league tbh...the GMs are now smarting up and relying some more on development and youth.
We would see much less of one gm overpay for a certain player type and then being followed by other gms because players demand contracts to be as high if not higher than the former.


very intriguing trend to watch.

at the same time, it reinforces the notion of the NBA being a star-driven league.

at some point they may want to do away with salary cap as a whole, a-la baseball. especially if we're going to have a proper farm system and all that. we could probably pay all players better as a floor, but then have the stars negotiate the "a-rod" contracts.


My preferred salary structure is that players are given lower contracts but can be given large bonuses (based on team wins) which is not governed by the cap. Wonder if that can work out in the NBA.
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Re: Chris Brickley on Working with Frank and Kanter 

Post#148 » by Jeff Van Gully » Thu Aug 9, 2018 4:50 pm

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Its good for the future of the league tbh...the GMs are now smarting up and relying some more on development and youth.
We would see much less of one gm overpay for a certain player type and then being followed by other gms because players demand contracts to be as high if not higher than the former.


very intriguing trend to watch.

at the same time, it reinforces the notion of the NBA being a star-driven league.

at some point they may want to do away with salary cap as a whole, a-la baseball. especially if we're going to have a proper farm system and all that. we could probably pay all players better as a floor, but then have the stars negotiate the "a-rod" contracts.


My preferred salary structure is that players are given lower contracts but can be given large bonuses (based on team wins) which is not governed by the cap. Wonder if that can work out in the NBA.


sounds like football. i want noooo part in the nfl's mess. :lol:

but nfl's so messy in large part because of the volume of players in and qualified to be in the league. NBA has neither problem. probably 500 people on the planet at any given time capable of being an NBA player.
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Re: Chris Brickley on Working with Frank and Kanter 

Post#154 » by HEZI » Fri Aug 10, 2018 2:48 am

Wow even in this games Mudiay can't help but fall to the floor @24 mark

Frank please showout in camp and earn minutes over that bum. I'm liking the aggressive Frank in these videos hopefully it boosts his confidence and carries over to the season. Mudiay can bounce right now as far as I'm concerned

Kanter gonna have a monster season it feels like
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Re: Chris Brickley on Working with Frank and Kanter 

Post#156 » by Nazrmohamed » Fri Aug 10, 2018 3:04 am

HEZI wrote:Wow even in this games Mudiay can't help but fall to the floor @24 mark

Frank please showout in camp and earn minutes over that bum. I'm liking the aggressive Frank in these videos hopefully it boosts his confidence and carries over to the season. Mudiay can bounce right now as far as I'm concerned

Kanter gonna have a monster season it feels like


Still only 23 yrs old. By comparison Trey, the guy everyone thinks still has potential is 25. Not that I'm saying I got much faith but let's see what Fizz can do with him.
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Post#157 » by HEZI » Fri Aug 10, 2018 3:15 am

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HEZI wrote:Wow even in this games Mudiay can't help but fall to the floor @24 mark

Frank please showout in camp and earn minutes over that bum. I'm liking the aggressive Frank in these videos hopefully it boosts his confidence and carries over to the season. Mudiay can bounce right now as far as I'm concerned

Kanter gonna have a monster season it feels like


Still only 23 yrs old. By comparison Trey, the guy everyone thinks still has potential is 25. Not that I'm saying I got much faith but let's see what Fizz can do with him.


I know but somethings about that dude just irritates me. There's no fire in his belly and sometimes his body language looks like he thinks he's too cool to even be on the court. Maybe I'm being too harsh on him but I really could be totally fine not being forced to watch him play in a Knicks jersey. I'm more interested to see Trier than him to be honest.
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Re: Chris Brickley on Working with Frank and Kanter 

Post#158 » by cgf » Fri Aug 10, 2018 3:56 am

My problem with Mudiay is less his age & tools, but the complete lack of development from the player he was as a rookie. Jumper is still, still useless on D, still sloppy with the ball, etc.
dogrufus wrote:Plus the win would put us at .500 and 5 straight wins, making every poster here cream in their pants.

We're Knicks fans. We never get to cream.


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Post#159 » by Adelheid » Fri Aug 10, 2018 4:15 am

cgf wrote:My problem with Mudiay is less his age & tools, but the complete lack of development from the player he was as a rookie. Jumper is still, still useless on D, still sloppy with the ball, etc.


went to china for the money instead of getting coached in college smh
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Post#160 » by cgf » Fri Aug 10, 2018 4:20 am

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cgf wrote:My problem with Mudiay is less his age & tools, but the complete lack of development from the player he was as a rookie. Jumper is still, still useless on D, still sloppy with the ball, etc.


went to china for the money instead of getting coached in college smh


The last 3-4 years probably matter a little more than what he did in his 18yo season :wink:
dogrufus wrote:Plus the win would put us at .500 and 5 straight wins, making every poster here cream in their pants.

We're Knicks fans. We never get to cream.


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