2015 NBA Offseason Thread

Discussion in 'Know Your Enemy' started by xbay, Jul 1, 2015.

  1. TMC

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    Doubt it's all him... more like his agent is the greedy one, convincing him to hold out for money he doesn't deserve. And putting him in danger of missing on a huge contract.

    I'd try to look for an player option after two seasons and sign that right away. He won't get a better offer to join a contender.
     
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    xbay NBA 1st Team All Pro Staff Member

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    Is Jerry Heller his agent?
     
  3. Money

    Money NBA All-Star

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    No its Jerry McGuire.....

    Show me the Quan!!
     
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    Money NBA All-Star

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    Anthony Davis reportedly added 12 lbs of muscle this summer giving up none of his quickness.....

    Look out NBA! Look out W's in that first game!
     
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    has also added a 3 point shot


    :whoa:
     
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    Money NBA All-Star

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    Warriors waived Ben Gordon. Glad that experiment is over.
     
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    +1. Cant stand Gordon
     
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    Money NBA All-Star

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    My buddy who is HUGE baseball fan and Laker fan was astounded that I even mentioned basketball at this time of year. So I said, "It's only because I have something to look forward to" (he does not, Lakers :barf) The look on his face was priceless. You dont know how long I waited to say something like that to him. Go Dubs!!
     
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    Chum NBA 1st Team All Pro

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    That must have been a sweet feeling Money. Man I hope this continues for a very long time. Us on top and the Lakers on the bottom. Life isn't all bad.
     
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    lorsban NBA Draftee

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    I really really want to root for Boston because David is playing there but man they suck.

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    They may suck, but good enough of a 6th seed in the East.
     
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    Chum NBA 1st Team All Pro

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    lol... sad but true.

    I'm a long time Boston fan, but they were so bad last year I just couldn't watch them. I'm pretty excited to see how they do with Lee.
     
  14. Money

    Money NBA All-Star

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    I like Milwaukee in the East.

    Bucks and Raps improved with the additions of Monroe and Carroll. I like them both as underdog/challengers. Bucks seem poised to improve a lot from last year

    Also a fan of John Wall. Wish they could build a better team around him in Washington.

    Cavs will most likely win the East but it will be interesting to see how Miami does.

    Other mentions in the running: Chicago and Indy. I just dont see either team going very deep. Maybe Chicago if Rose stays healthy
     
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    Lee actually looked pretty good. He had some vintage inside moves and did his usual good passing - got stuffed a few times as well. Unfortunately, those good plays were wasted on terrible terrible shooting. Dear lord.

    And their guard kept on chucking as if he was Steph, trying to take on the whole Knicks team by himself. Lol

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    Jeez. They should just dissolve 8 of those east teams and consolidate the good players into the remaining teams and redo the divisions.

    Is it fair that the east finalist gets to play what are essentially D-league teams the whole way while the west finalist needs to go through potential champions for each step????

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    The Cavs are miles ahead... other than them, Chicago, as always, has a good shot, and Washington and Miami are really good team, particularly if Winslow and Otto Porter develop. And that's the East. I think Atlanta has a great coach and will win lots of games, but don't see how they can beat the Cavs in the playoffs (seriously, I think Chicago has a better chance), the Bucks have some talent, but I think they're too young and need to improve on defense, and the Raps and Pacers should make the playoffs, but without a chance to go past the second round.
     
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    yeah I don't see the Bucks going deep but I think they've improved the most in the East. They will surprise some teams this year.
     
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    Warriors up 42.

    Makes me happy watching BRush make great shots.

    He did this cool diagonal step back 3 right after just shooting another 3 a play before that.

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