2019 NBA Finals: Warriors vs Raptors

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Who will win?

  1. Warriors in 4

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  2. Warriors in 5

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  3. Warriors in 6

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  4. Warriors in 7

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  5. Raptors in 4

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  6. Raptors in 5

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  7. Raptors in 6

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  8. Raptors in 7

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  1. xbay

    xbay NBA 1st Team All Pro Staff Member

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    Who knows? Danny Leroux wrote a detailed article on The Athletic about his current situation, though. Worth reading.

    He should be offered it and is worth it. You put him on Portland, he’d make CJ and Dame deadly. His skill set is undeniable. Will the business ops offer it? I’d say yes. But who knows what their future plan is. They’re always thinking ahead. Never the past.

    They can, if he’s okay with making only about I think 10% more than what he made this past season. That’s all the Warriors can offer him because he has no Bird Rights. But he deserves much more than that. He would’ve been offered a lot of money last summer had it not been for the Achilles injury.

    Livingston says he thinks he might have one more year in him. But he is seriously thinking of retirement. If that was his swan song, what a career. He wasn’t even suppose to playing after that awful injury as a member of the Clippers. 3 rings later, not bad.

    I don’t think Iguodala considers retirement for at least 2 years. Though even with his disciplined diet, he’s definitely approaching more “load management” care at this stage.

    The Warriors want to keep Looney, but it’s really a matter of financials. He wants to stay, they can offer him anything really. So we’ll see.

    Jerebko and Bogut will be gone. McKinnie could be back. I like him. If he’s willing to take the minimum, that’d be great. Cook could be brought back, especially if Livingston retires. DJ will be back. They haven’t given up on Evans. They’ll have two new 2-way players.

    Definitely will be a different looking squad to start the season, that’s for sure. You’re starting line up:

    C: Jones
    PF: Green
    SF: ??
    SG: ??
    PG: Curry
     
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  2. TMC

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    McKinnie is signed for next year, at a bit less than $1.5 million, non-guaranteed. At that price, and considering the state of our roster, he's a bargain. I fully expect him to be back.
     
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    Chum NBA 1st Team All Pro

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    That is some much needed good news.
     

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