izeroi

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  1. It never fails. EVERY year come playoff time it's something with this guy.
  2. I'd stay put. All signs point to the Pelicans keeping him until a summer trade and shutting him down for the remainder of the season to risk any injury. Shutting him down will also increase their draft spot. If I were in first and coasting I wouldn't even consider it.
  3. Given all we currently know of NO not wanting to trade him this season and possibly both sides agreeing to a shut down for the remainder I'd say you straight up robbed the other GM. Awesome work. IMO I think NO keeps him to see what is offered this summer and shuts him down no to no risk injury.
  4. I still think the Rockets could make a run at him. The wanted him pretty badly before he went to Philly and could obviously still use him now.
  5. Anyone think Philly might be thinking he won't resign with them and hit the panic button for a trade?
  6. Yup I'm not buying that time table either. Had to drop him right after the news came out.
  7. Jonas Valanciunas (thumb) will miss at least another 3-4 weeks of action. He's now three weeks removed from the procedure that was expected to sideline him for at least four weeks, but it's clear that his absence will extend well beyond that initial four-week timetable. Serge Ibaka has been the primary beneficiary with JV on the sidelines, while Greg Monroe has been more involved in the rotation.
  8. Correct. Long ago he was but doesn't see that way now. I'd just wait to hear the official word before taking Vecsey's tweet.
  9. I'm in the same boat. Got Love and another banged up player ALONG with Jonas with no IL spot. I don't want to drop him because like you I don't feel there are many other C's with his efficiency/upside but I may have no choice. Just hate the idea of someone else picking him up when he's ready to come back...
  10. Definitely not in a 10. Maybe a 12 but even then not certain.
  11. Jonas Valanciunas (dislocated left thumb) had surgery on Thursday and will miss at least four weeks.
  12. Great.... Devin Booker (left hamstring) is currently without an official timetable to return. This is the second time this season that Booker will be recovering from a left hamstring injury, but he said he expects to sit out more games this time around. Booker originally injured his left hamstring on October 24 and proceeded to sit out the next three games, but with the Suns now sitting on a 4-19 record, there won't be any incentive to rush him back. Elie Okobo figures to start while he's out, and there will be more opportunity for guys like Mikal Bridges, Josh Jackson and Jamal Crawford.
  13. Some really ugly basketball tonight from this guy lol...