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Re: Around the NBA 10 

Post#1981 » by catch20two » Sat Jul 13, 2019 12:21 am

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Hornets will be the worst team in the league. They have the worst collection of talent. Every team on that list has a player or two better than Charlotte’s best player. We don’t even know who the Hornet’s best player is currently.


I don't see it for the Knicks. And just because a player was picked high in the draft doesn't mean they're good, we should know that well by now.

No player on our team is better than Julius Randle and DSJ is as good as any of our young prospects.

We struggled last year with the Knicks WITH KEMBA. They’re better this year than they were last year and we’re worse.
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Re: Around the NBA 10 

Post#1982 » by LofJ » Sat Jul 13, 2019 12:25 am

catch20two wrote:
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catch20two wrote:Hornets will be the worst team in the league. They have the worst collection of talent. Every team on that list has a player or two better than Charlotte’s best player. We don’t even know who the Hornet’s best player is currently.


I don't see it for the Knicks. And just because a player was picked high in the draft doesn't mean they're good, we should know that well by now.

No player on our team is better than Julius Randle and DSJ is as good as any of our young prospects.


I could buy Randle being the best player on either team, but I'm not a believer in anyone else on their roster with the exception of Mitchell Robinson and maybe Knox. I don't see it with DSJ or Barrett (especially).

I'd take Monk over DSJ and Bridges over Knox.
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Re: Around the NBA 10 

Post#1983 » by catch20two » Sat Jul 13, 2019 12:44 am

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I don't see it for the Knicks. And just because a player was picked high in the draft doesn't mean they're good, we should know that well by now.

No player on our team is better than Julius Randle and DSJ is as good as any of our young prospects.


I could buy Randle being the best player on either team, but I'm not a believer in anyone else on their roster with the exception of Mitchell Robinson and maybe Knox. I don't see it with DSJ or Barrett (especially).

I'd take Monk over DSJ and Bridges over Knox.

I’m not high on DSJ or Barrett myself but I’m not high on Monk or Bridges currently neither. I prolly got more faith in Bacon than either of those two and I like Knox more than Bacon.

Not to mention the Knicks still have Ntilikina and Trier.
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Post#1984 » by Benjamin Linus » Sat Jul 13, 2019 2:14 am

I think the Knicks have a little more talent than we do but who cares, we're both going to be garbage.

OKC could end up sneaking into that worst team territory if they trade Paul/Adams/Gallo for future assets.
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Post#1985 » by BigSlam » Sat Jul 13, 2019 10:47 am

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