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  1. Jonathon Isaac 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    Dear god I had an ankle injury a week after Isaac and I am all healed up and playinf already. Just saying
  2. Donovan Mitchell 2017-18 Season Outlook

    I can't see him slowing down. Top 25 is where he will stay. In redrafts I would trade him and a mid round for a top 10 if that is a durable top 10 player. It is the middle of the season, you probably can't replace the middle round player unless you get super lucky through a and pick an off the waiver wire guy (as vs the beginning of the season). That's something to consider.
  3. Brandon Ingram 2017-18 Outlook

    He's been pretty good except for like some 2 or 1 game duds in between though. His shooting is still not there but his drives are much better. If he gets shooting up, he will basically be a top player in this league.
  4. Markelle Fultz 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    I agree. How do you expect a guy to shoot well with a messed up shoulder?
  5. Seth Curry 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    I didn't see anything about him playing. Did I miss something?
  6. I FEEL like I want to slap Suns management in the face.
  7. I get that but that's really my point and I agree with you. They are stuck on two players that no one wants. No one wants Chandler's contract. Monroe has sat on the trade block for a year and a half? No body cares about Jones but rotating DNP CD's for healthy players basically tells the NBA "Hey we have a problem here". Not that Jones is important at all. Just that DNP's must be killing the team morale & culture. This is basically 76'er mistake in waiting to trade Okafor, or Kings not trading Cousins at the right time.
  8. The Suns are like my boss: Hiring a guy that has been rejected by the entire industry just because it seems like a good deal to him. Meanwhile, the entire team has slowed down just because of how disruptive he is. Monroe in this case is totally messing up the big man rotation. At least before you had Len fighting for minutes with Chandler, which was a healthy situation. Now you put everyone on a DNP rotation which sends a message of what? The Suns have no idea what they are doing??
  9. Aaron Gordon 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    I agree, I personally have PG and AG on my team. They're equals in a points league. With all the injuries in the Magic, I actually think AG will have to trend up because they need to use him more and don't have to play him less to tank (they are losing with or without him + they are not in full tank mode).
  10. Jonathon Isaac 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    He has been playing behind AG but the scouts have been classifying him as an SF. He's defended guys like Tatum in College so if anything it is the offensive side that will hold him back in that position. Isaac is more happy working on the defensive side than trying to create something on the offensive side. That said, Fournier was the focal point of Magic's offense. Now, it will rest on Payton & Vuc and AG slashing & driving. Isaac certainly has opportunity to try to expand his offense just because the rest of the team outside of + Simmons sucks.
  11. Jonathon Isaac 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    I think isaac is close. Back maybe next game or game after.
  12. Maxi Kleber 17-18 Season Outlook

    I don't know why I just added him. I don't recommend others doing the same lol.
  13. Donovan Mitchell 2017-18 Season Outlook

    I'm sorry... won't happen again.
  14. Seth Curry 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    Owners who are holding: Reality: It's December. He hasn't played and the coach hasn't said when he will play.
  15. Donovan Mitchell 2017-18 Season Outlook

    It is both unlucky and lucky that he is competing with Ben Simmons for ROY this year. Unlucky because Simmons will probably need to have an extended injury for Mitchell to have a clear path to ROY. Lucky in that not every ROY has a good career (See Michael Carter Williams) Do you guys see a future All Star (in terms of real NBA production, not votes)? Why or why not?