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Re: Fantasy Trade Thread 

Post#881 » by Arsenal » Mon Nov 8, 2021 12:49 am

Gary Harris has been washed for years. No idea why we would want him.

Terrence Ross looks like he's done also.

Just rely on our own guys instead of bringing in washed has been for their veteranosity.

Every minute a guy like Harris or Ross takes away from Milton, Kork, Thybulle or Maxey would be a crime.
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Post#882 » by Kobblehead » Mon Nov 8, 2021 1:09 am

Thybulle is really bad. Ross would be a colossal upgrade on him.
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Re: Fantasy Trade Thread 

Post#883 » by stormi » Mon Nov 8, 2021 1:19 am

Arsenal wrote:Gary Harris has been washed for years. No idea why we would want him.

Terrence Ross looks like he's done also.

Just rely on our own guys instead of bringing in washed has been for their veteranosity.

Every minute a guy like Harris or Ross takes away from Milton, Kork, Thybulle or Maxey would be a crime.


Like just play Jaden Springer if you're dying to watch a guard with minimal guard skills that specializes in clamping up.
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Re: Fantasy Trade Thread 

Post#884 » by Arsenal » Mon Nov 8, 2021 1:21 am

Kobblehead wrote:Thybulle is really bad. Ross would be a colossal upgrade on him.


Thybulle is currently, and always will be better than Ross going forward.

This is 2021...
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Re: Fantasy Trade Thread 

Post#885 » by ExplosionsInDaSky » Mon Nov 8, 2021 1:22 am

stormi wrote:
ExplosionsInDaSky wrote:
stormi wrote:
Oh jeez this got personal. Sorry if my inquiry cut a little deep Scary Mr. ExplosionsInDaSky.


No, you just didn't know what you were talking about is all.


A post of yours I could actually get through. More of these lengths and less mania typing when addressing me, please and thanks.

Especially about mid like Gary Harris.


I get it, reading and comprehension isn't your thing. I'll do better.
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Re: Fantasy Trade Thread 

Post#886 » by stormi » Mon Nov 8, 2021 1:28 am

ExplosionsInDaSky wrote:
stormi wrote:
ExplosionsInDaSky wrote:
No, you just didn't know what you were talking about is all.


A post of yours I could actually get through. More of these lengths and less mania typing when addressing me, please and thanks.

Especially about mid like Gary Harris.


I get it, reading and comprehension isn't your thing. I'll do better.


You've now typed over 750 words at me and still haven't justified your awful initial position about wanting a player we couldn't need less. We're currently lacking:

a) Shotcreating
b) Playmaking
c) Size/Rebounding/Tall wing defending (With Simmons likely not ever returning)

Gary Harris addresses exactly zero of these needs. It's impressive, you could have used a player randomizer and come up with a better suggestion.
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Re: Fantasy Trade Thread 

Post#887 » by sixers4real » Mon Nov 8, 2021 11:06 am

Three-team deal. 76ers, Wolves, Pelicans.

76ers out : B. Simmons, M. Thybulle, J. Springer, 2027 FRP (top 10 protected)
76ers in: B. Ingram.

Wolves out: T. Prince, A. Edwards, J. Layman
Wolves in: B. Simmons

Pelicans out: B. Ingram
Pelicans in: A. Edwards, M. Thybulle, J. Springer, T. Prince, J. Layman, 2027 Sixers FRP (top 10 protected)

Embiid / Drummond / Bassey
Harris / Niang / Reed
Ingram / Korkmaz
Curry / Green / Joe
Maxey / Milton

Are we title contenders for this year and upcoming? I think so, yes.
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Post#888 » by DCasey91 » Mon Nov 8, 2021 11:29 am

Sixers4real that starting unit doesn’t work. We are predicated on bomb, set and space. Harris/Ingram/Embiid means less gravity and too much overlap. It’ll be like 60+ shots for a modest return and it’ll be slow your turn my turn offense, Maxey has nothing to but distribute which doesn’t help his own game.

Defensively it’s just as bad with one + defender.

If you want a makeshift backcourt it’s Murray + Curry or Maxey + Hali both duos compliment each other’s weakness and push along their strong points.

Embiid works with Niang types not Harris.

Ingram is okay with me as a second option but not if Harris is still there. He requires too much setup for not enough return.

Brown is a better get but once again you are going to need a guard that can dish out 8+ asssits

Because Brown + Embiid leaves a vast gap for distribution. (Mostly likely be a sub turnover rate if together with lower than champ quality floor team play).

When you have a superstar team building becomes ultra important.
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Re: Fantasy Trade Thread 

Post#889 » by sixers4real » Mon Nov 8, 2021 12:12 pm

DCasey91 wrote:Sixers4real that starting unit doesn’t work. We are predicated on bomb, set and space. Harris/Ingram/Embiid means less gravity and too much overlap. It’ll be like 60+ shots for a modest return and it’ll be slow your turn my turn offense, Maxey has nothing to but distribute which doesn’t help his own game.

Defensively it’s just as bad with one + defender.

If you want a makeshift backcourt it’s Murray + Curry or Maxey + Hali both duos compliment each other’s weakness and push along their strong points.

Embiid works with Niang types not Harris.

Ingram is okay with me as a second option but not if Harris is still there. He requires too much setup for not enough return.

Brown is a better get but once again you are going to need a guard that can dish out 8+ asssits

Because Brown + Embiid leaves a vast gap for distribution. (Mostly likely be a sub turnover rate if together with lower than champ quality floor team play).

When you have a superstar team building becomes ultra important.

I want to get a top tier player for Simmons, and I’m sure Morey wants too.

So if you’re saying Dejounte Murray or Tyrese Halliburton are better fit then Ingram for Sixers in a potential Simmons trade, I completely disagree.
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Post#890 » by zaz102 » Mon Nov 8, 2021 12:32 pm

sixers4real wrote:Three-team deal. 76ers, Wolves, Pelicans.

76ers out : B. Simmons, M. Thybulle, J. Springer, 2027 FRP (top 10 protected)
76ers in: B. Ingram.

Wolves out: T. Prince, A. Edwards, J. Layman
Wolves in: B. Simmons

Pelicans out: B. Ingram
Pelicans in: A. Edwards, M. Thybulle, J. Springer, T. Prince, J. Layman, 2027 Sixers FRP (top 10 protected)

Embiid / Drummond / Bassey
Harris / Niang / Reed
Ingram / Korkmaz
Curry / Green / Joe
Maxey / Milton

Are we title contenders for this year and upcoming? I think so, yes.
I'm thinking I would prefer Ingram over Edwards or Fox. Ingram seems like a much bigger upgrade to Green than the others to Maxey. And you can still give it Ingram for playmaking in the halfcourt.

My biggest concern is the defense. I feel like outside of Embiid, the defense is average to bad. But the offense might be worth it. However there haven't been many names discussed where it would be a big upgrade on defense and still give us that playmaker. Seems like a pick your poison situation.
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Re: Fantasy Trade Thread 

Post#891 » by Tomjas » Mon Nov 8, 2021 12:44 pm

sixers4real wrote:
DCasey91 wrote:Sixers4real that starting unit doesn’t work. We are predicated on bomb, set and space. Harris/Ingram/Embiid means less gravity and too much overlap. It’ll be like 60+ shots for a modest return and it’ll be slow your turn my turn offense, Maxey has nothing to but distribute which doesn’t help his own game.

Defensively it’s just as bad with one + defender.

If you want a makeshift backcourt it’s Murray + Curry or Maxey + Hali both duos compliment each other’s weakness and push along their strong points.

Embiid works with Niang types not Harris.

Ingram is okay with me as a second option but not if Harris is still there. He requires too much setup for not enough return.

Brown is a better get but once again you are going to need a guard that can dish out 8+ asssits

Because Brown + Embiid leaves a vast gap for distribution. (Mostly likely be a sub turnover rate if together with lower than champ quality floor team play).

When you have a superstar team building becomes ultra important.

I want to get a top tier player for Simmons, and I’m sure Morey wants too.

So if you’re saying Dejounte Murray or Tyrese Halliburton are better fit then Ingram for Sixers in a potential Simmons trade, I completely disagree.


Here’s an idea

Get Morey and associated idiots to stop leaking crap because they can’t control the situation

Maybe that might help his trade value

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Re: Fantasy Trade Thread 

Post#892 » by zaz102 » Mon Nov 8, 2021 1:07 pm

Tomjas wrote:
sixers4real wrote:
DCasey91 wrote:Sixers4real that starting unit doesn’t work. We are predicated on bomb, set and space. Harris/Ingram/Embiid means less gravity and too much overlap. It’ll be like 60+ shots for a modest return and it’ll be slow your turn my turn offense, Maxey has nothing to but distribute which doesn’t help his own game.

Defensively it’s just as bad with one + defender.

If you want a makeshift backcourt it’s Murray + Curry or Maxey + Hali both duos compliment each other’s weakness and push along their strong points.

Embiid works with Niang types not Harris.

Ingram is okay with me as a second option but not if Harris is still there. He requires too much setup for not enough return.

Brown is a better get but once again you are going to need a guard that can dish out 8+ asssits

Because Brown + Embiid leaves a vast gap for distribution. (Mostly likely be a sub turnover rate if together with lower than champ quality floor team play).

When you have a superstar team building becomes ultra important.

I want to get a top tier player for Simmons, and I’m sure Morey wants too.

So if you’re saying Dejounte Murray or Tyrese Halliburton are better fit then Ingram for Sixers in a potential Simmons trade, I completely disagree.


Here’s an idea

Get Morey and associated idiots to stop leaking crap because they can’t control the situation

Maybe that might help his trade value

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You should probably just change your username to FireMorey or something. Probably would open a lot more free time or give you a chance to discuss other topics.
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Re: Fantasy Trade Thread 

Post#893 » by BullyKing » Mon Nov 8, 2021 2:34 pm

Tomjas wrote:
sixers4real wrote:
DCasey91 wrote:Sixers4real that starting unit doesn’t work. We are predicated on bomb, set and space. Harris/Ingram/Embiid means less gravity and too much overlap. It’ll be like 60+ shots for a modest return and it’ll be slow your turn my turn offense, Maxey has nothing to but distribute which doesn’t help his own game.

Defensively it’s just as bad with one + defender.

If you want a makeshift backcourt it’s Murray + Curry or Maxey + Hali both duos compliment each other’s weakness and push along their strong points.

Embiid works with Niang types not Harris.

Ingram is okay with me as a second option but not if Harris is still there. He requires too much setup for not enough return.

Brown is a better get but once again you are going to need a guard that can dish out 8+ asssits

Because Brown + Embiid leaves a vast gap for distribution. (Mostly likely be a sub turnover rate if together with lower than champ quality floor team play).

When you have a superstar team building becomes ultra important.

I want to get a top tier player for Simmons, and I’m sure Morey wants too.

So if you’re saying Dejounte Murray or Tyrese Halliburton are better fit then Ingram for Sixers in a potential Simmons trade, I completely disagree.


Here’s an idea

Get Morey and associated idiots to stop leaking crap because they can’t control the situation

Maybe that might help his trade value

Management 101


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Re: Fantasy Trade Thread 

Post#894 » by DCasey91 » Mon Nov 8, 2021 6:11 pm

sixers4real wrote:
DCasey91 wrote:Sixers4real that starting unit doesn’t work. We are predicated on bomb, set and space. Harris/Ingram/Embiid means less gravity and too much overlap. It’ll be like 60+ shots for a modest return and it’ll be slow your turn my turn offense, Maxey has nothing to but distribute which doesn’t help his own game.

Defensively it’s just as bad with one + defender.

If you want a makeshift backcourt it’s Murray + Curry or Maxey + Hali both duos compliment each other’s weakness and push along their strong points.

Embiid works with Niang types not Harris.

Ingram is okay with me as a second option but not if Harris is still there. He requires too much setup for not enough return.

Brown is a better get but once again you are going to need a guard that can dish out 8+ asssits

Because Brown + Embiid leaves a vast gap for distribution. (Mostly likely be a sub turnover rate if together with lower than champ quality floor team play).

When you have a superstar team building becomes ultra important.

I want to get a top tier player for Simmons, and I’m sure Morey wants too.

So if you’re saying Dejounte Murray or Tyrese Halliburton are better fit then Ingram for Sixers in a potential Simmons trade, I completely disagree.


You don’t think that starting unit is flawed? We’ve seen Maxey when he defers and we’ve seen Harris on his setup. Ingram isn’t exactly the greatest distributor in the world. There’s 4 midrange/inside operators now that like to get in there. It’s not going to work.

There’s 3 PF/C’s basically and that isn’t the best route to go down. Barnes/Crowder/Olynyk/Gallo/Ingles would work sweet because they don’t need the ball for long to cause havoc. Their setup is tiny in comparsion. The usage between Embiid/Harris/Ingram on volume is too much and lacks the punching power. It’s just a big diet of slow 2’s no thanks.

Defensively it’s just as bad.

Embiid + small ball gunners with two way tangibility is the best setup imo. The wing or stretch 3/4 can be sized but has to be efficient because Embiid can be turnover prone.

Balance.
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Post#895 » by PhillyNj » Mon Nov 8, 2021 6:14 pm

Kobblehead wrote:Thybulle is really bad. Ross would be a colossal upgrade on him.


You couldn’t be more wrong. Thybulle is already better than Ross and he’s younger.
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Post#896 » by phillynative » Mon Nov 8, 2021 6:52 pm

There are Jaylen Brown for Simmons rumors going on ...
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Post#897 » by Kobblehead » Mon Nov 8, 2021 9:33 pm

PhillyNj wrote:
Kobblehead wrote:Thybulle is really bad. Ross would be a colossal upgrade on him.


You couldn’t be more wrong. Thybulle is already better than Ross and he’s younger.

Or I couldn't be more right? Thybulle is one of least talented players in the entire league. He couldn't even drop 20 if you transplanted him onto a nationally ranked highschool team.

Ross is having a bad start to this season, but he's clearly a much better basketball player.
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Post#898 » by SparksFly87 » Tue Nov 9, 2021 1:28 am

Jaylen Brown, Marcus Smart and Aaron Naismith for
Ben Simmons , Matisse Thybulle and Isiah Joe


Boston gets better .


Smart/ Maxey / shake
Curry / Korkmaz / Shake
Brown / Green/ *Naismith
Tobias / Niang/* Reed
Embiid/ Drummond
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Re: Fantasy Trade Thread 

Post#899 » by sixers4real » Tue Nov 9, 2021 2:19 am

Kobblehead wrote:
PhillyNj wrote:
Kobblehead wrote:Thybulle is really bad. Ross would be a colossal upgrade on him.


You couldn’t be more wrong. Thybulle is already better than Ross and he’s younger.

Or I couldn't be more right? Thybulle is one of least talented players in the entire league. He couldn't even drop 20 if you transplanted him onto a nationally ranked highschool team.

Ross is having a bad start to this season, but he's clearly a much better basketball player.

By that logic Ben Wallace and Dennis Rodman were really bad as well.
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Post#900 » by 76ciology » Tue Nov 9, 2021 7:13 am

Kobblehead wrote:Thybulle is really bad. Ross would be a colossal upgrade on him.


Im neither agreeing or disagreeing.
Just like to know why you think Thybulle is bad?

Personally I think Thybulle is perfect with his role on our team.

We have kork or shake for instant offense, then you have Thybulle for opportunistic basket off deflection with Drummond allowing Thybulle to gamble, cleaning up all their mess.
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