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Post#81 » by lilfishi22 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 6:00 am

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Usually used for bad contract dumps along with picks. I don't think we want to take on long term money and I think we like Tyler. But sure, if the Wizards want to dump Beal or something, I'll take it. But we say this every year with expirings and they are usually useless, starting with Monroe's.


Yeah, same thing with Chandler and Rivers expiring contracts ... teams would have to send us crappy multi-year contracts and a draft pick to get Tyler and we don't want that. Expiring contracts are mostly overrated unless the team is in the first year of a rebuild (e.g., Grizz or the Nets and Cavs of the past). With Booker and Ayton on board it doesn't make sense.
That contract is really useful in trading for a disgruntled star. It would be TJ, maybe a young player, and pick. Any time a team has to move a star player, that is what they are looking for--an expiring, a young promising young player, and picks.

TJ + Oubre makes up $34.5m in outgoing salary. Blake Griffin salary is $34.5m. Just sayin'
alamin330 wrote:This draft reminds me of the 2003 draft.
Lebron - Zion, Barrett like Melo, wade like Culver, garland like tj ford, hunter like bosh, white like Barbosa, Clarke like David West. I think this draft is actually going to be deeper though
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Post#82 » by bwgood77 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 6:15 am

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Yeah, same thing with Chandler and Rivers expiring contracts ... teams would have to send us crappy multi-year contracts and a draft pick to get Tyler and we don't want that. Expiring contracts are mostly overrated unless the team is in the first year of a rebuild (e.g., Grizz or the Nets and Cavs of the past). With Booker and Ayton on board it doesn't make sense.
That contract is really useful in trading for a disgruntled star. It would be TJ, maybe a young player, and pick. Any time a team has to move a star player, that is what they are looking for--an expiring, a young promising young player, and picks.

TJ + Oubre makes up $34.5m in outgoing salary. Blake Griffin salary is $34.5m. Just sayin'


That would be an ok trade but you are giving up flexibility and the 21 draft class and really going after a guy that isn't likely to be around when our guys hit their prime...but it would probably be fun if he was healthy. I don't really see Detroit doing it though since they can probably make the playoffs again or have a shot at it.
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Post#83 » by lilfishi22 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 6:20 am

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jcsunsfan wrote:That contract is really useful in trading for a disgruntled star. It would be TJ, maybe a young player, and pick. Any time a team has to move a star player, that is what they are looking for--an expiring, a young promising young player, and picks.

TJ + Oubre makes up $34.5m in outgoing salary. Blake Griffin salary is $34.5m. Just sayin'


That would be an ok trade but you are giving up flexibility and the 21 draft class and really going after a guy that isn't likely to be around when our guys hit their prime...but it would probably be fun if he was healthy. I don't really see Detroit doing it though since they can probably make the playoffs again or have a shot at it.

Just an idea of what having a good amount of moveable short term salaries for matching purposes could do. I don't know if Detroit is looking at moving Blake this season, probably not, but if they were, I'd imagine they'd be looking to drop his salary ASAP and some future assets. We are quite short on non-player assets though (picks)
alamin330 wrote:This draft reminds me of the 2003 draft.
Lebron - Zion, Barrett like Melo, wade like Culver, garland like tj ford, hunter like bosh, white like Barbosa, Clarke like David West. I think this draft is actually going to be deeper though
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Post#84 » by suns12345 » Sun Jul 21, 2019 11:22 am

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Post#85 » by jcsunsfan » Sun Jul 21, 2019 3:40 pm

lilfishi22 wrote:
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lilfishi22 wrote:TJ + Oubre makes up $34.5m in outgoing salary. Blake Griffin salary is $34.5m. Just sayin'


That would be an ok trade but you are giving up flexibility and the 21 draft class and really going after a guy that isn't likely to be around when our guys hit their prime...but it would probably be fun if he was healthy. I don't really see Detroit doing it though since they can probably make the playoffs again or have a shot at it.

Just an idea of what having a good amount of moveable short term salaries for matching purposes could do. I don't know if Detroit is looking at moving Blake this season, probably not, but if they were, I'd imagine they'd be looking to drop his salary ASAP and some future assets. We are quite short on non-player assets though (picks)

We have all our own picks. That is plenty actually. Suns picks are really valuable because they are always high.
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Post#87 » by matt131 » Thu Aug 1, 2019 2:25 pm

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Damn, that shot is nice. Even if he isn't the most athletic guy (I don't know for sure, it's just something I've heard) a shot like that plus his playmaking ability will make him very valuable
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Post#88 » by darealjuice » Thu Aug 1, 2019 11:19 pm



Ty Jerome can shoot the **** out of the ball lol
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Post#89 » by lilfishi22 » Thu Aug 1, 2019 11:37 pm

He looks about as unathletic and slow as I expected he would be but boy can he shoot. He's got great fundamentals though and that shooting form is CLEAN.
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Post#90 » by jcsunsfan » Thu Aug 1, 2019 11:51 pm

Ty Jerome. He is a Steve Kerr/John Paxson type of player.
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Post#91 » by lilfishi22 » Fri Aug 2, 2019 12:00 am

I'm fine with taking a low usage, high efficiency shooter/decision maker in the mid-20's
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Lebron - Zion, Barrett like Melo, wade like Culver, garland like tj ford, hunter like bosh, white like Barbosa, Clarke like David West. I think this draft is actually going to be deeper though
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Post#92 » by SlovenianDragon » Fri Aug 2, 2019 12:05 am

SlovenianDragon wrote:did we sneak away with trae young as the 24th pick? Kinda joking but not really...




Im still wondering... Pretty much same skill-set and even people questioning their athleticism....Hmmm
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Post#93 » by TASTIC » Fri Aug 2, 2019 12:13 am

lilfishi22 wrote:
jcsunsfan wrote:
bigfoot wrote:
Yeah, same thing with Chandler and Rivers expiring contracts ... teams would have to send us crappy multi-year contracts and a draft pick to get Tyler and we don't want that. Expiring contracts are mostly overrated unless the team is in the first year of a rebuild (e.g., Grizz or the Nets and Cavs of the past). With Booker and Ayton on board it doesn't make sense.
That contract is really useful in trading for a disgruntled star. It would be TJ, maybe a young player, and pick. Any time a team has to move a star player, that is what they are looking for--an expiring, a young promising young player, and picks.

TJ + Oubre makes up $34.5m in outgoing salary. Blake Griffin salary is $34.5m. Just sayin'

TJ + Kaminsky + Okobo for Love.

Calling it if we're hovering around .500 come December...

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Post#94 » by lilfishi22 » Fri Aug 2, 2019 12:14 am

SlovenianDragon wrote:
SlovenianDragon wrote:did we sneak away with trae young as the 24th pick? Kinda joking but not really...




Im still wondering... Pretty much same skill-set and even people questioning their athleticism....Hmmm

Yeah nah
alamin330 wrote:This draft reminds me of the 2003 draft.
Lebron - Zion, Barrett like Melo, wade like Culver, garland like tj ford, hunter like bosh, white like Barbosa, Clarke like David West. I think this draft is actually going to be deeper though
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Post#95 » by lilfishi22 » Fri Aug 2, 2019 12:18 am

TASTIC wrote:
lilfishi22 wrote:
jcsunsfan wrote:That contract is really useful in trading for a disgruntled star. It would be TJ, maybe a young player, and pick. Any time a team has to move a star player, that is what they are looking for--an expiring, a young promising young player, and picks.

TJ + Oubre makes up $34.5m in outgoing salary. Blake Griffin salary is $34.5m. Just sayin'

TJ + Kaminsky + Okobo for Love.

Calling it if we're hovering around .500 come December...

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Not a fan of Love but at least it shows we have the pieces to make a move
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Lebron - Zion, Barrett like Melo, wade like Culver, garland like tj ford, hunter like bosh, white like Barbosa, Clarke like David West. I think this draft is actually going to be deeper though
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Post#96 » by SlovenianDragon » Fri Aug 2, 2019 12:25 am

lilfishi22 wrote:
SlovenianDragon wrote:
SlovenianDragon wrote:did we sneak away with trae young as the 24th pick? Kinda joking but not really...




Im still wondering... Pretty much same skill-set and even people questioning their athleticism....Hmmm

Yeah nah


Yeah ur right more like a taller steve nash 8-)
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Post#97 » by darmani » Mon Aug 19, 2019 8:14 pm

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Post#98 » by lilfishi22 » Tue Aug 20, 2019 4:58 am

Which rookie is the best playmaker?
1. Ja Morant, Memphis -- 40%

2. Darius Garland, Cleveland -- 15%

3. Ty Jerome, Phoenix -- 10%
Coby White, Chicago -- 10%

5. Nickeil Alexander-Walker, New Orleans -- 8%

6. Kevin Porter Jr., Cleveland -- 6%
Tremont Waters, Boston -- 6%

Rookie Survey history - Best playmaker
Year Player PCT
2007 Mike Conley 45%
2009 Jonny Flynn 40%
2010 John Wall 68%
2012 Kendall Marshall 46%
2013 Trey Burke 47%
2014 Tyler Ennis 24%
2015 D'Angelo Russell 40%
2016 Kris Dunn 29%
2017 Lonzo Ball 72%
2018 Trae Young 35%
2019 Ja Morant 40%

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https://www.nba.com/2019-20-nba-rookie-survey
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Lebron - Zion, Barrett like Melo, wade like Culver, garland like tj ford, hunter like bosh, white like Barbosa, Clarke like David West. I think this draft is actually going to be deeper though
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Post#99 » by suns12345 » Tue Aug 20, 2019 11:56 pm

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i dont get this. who did he vote for?
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Post#100 » by cberry78 » Wed Aug 21, 2019 12:39 am

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i dont get this. who did he vote for?

Steve Nash - you have to follow the link to see it.

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