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  1. Montrezl Harrell 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    Zubac who? What an absolute maniac. I love Trez
  2. Pascal Siakam 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    Kills ibaka. Siakam will be fine
  3. NBA Trade Season 2018-2019

    I don't know how this hurts Pascal. It kills ibaka more than anything.
  4. Larry Nance Jr. 2018 Outlook

    The coach said it would probably take 3-4 games to knock off the rust. The fact that Nance has come out publicly to say he wants to be more of a vocal leader seems like a good sign to me. He stays healthy, I think he could be between how great he was in December and how solid he is when he's getting consistent but underwhelming run.
  5. Cedi Osman 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    I think the increase in FG% has to do more with him driving to the basket more. Cedi even expressed a couple weeks ago that he needed to stop settling for midrange jumpers and drive more. If he keeps going to the basket, I think the FG% will stay pretty good. Maybe not as good as recently but certainly much better than the beginning of the season
  6. Jusuf Nurkic 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    So why does it matter if he has a bad game. Everyone has bad games.
  7. Jusuf Nurkic 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    Every year there are handful of guys who play to a whole new level than previously seen before in their careers and become obvious sell high guys, but they are only seemingly sell-high because we haven't seen them play to such a high degree. The difference with Nurk is that he's only 24 and had never gotten a true chance in Denver and had some awkward/up and down settling in time with the Blazers. So we haven't seen him play this well before for such an extended period of time, but at 24 , maybe THIS is the new normal for him , maybe THIS is the player who we can expect him to be and as @Boogie Buckets stated, with more offense being played through Nurk equating to more wins, why shouldnt we expect him to continue to be this good? Honestly, I thought of selling high early on when he was stringing together some really good games , but now he's kind of that set it and forget it staple in my lineup and I don't see it changing. I think a lot of people saw this potential in him last year but he just was never consistent enough. But the system has changed and his potential can be realized. If you get an unbelievable offer for him, sure, move him if you like it but I don't think he's a sell high guy at all.
  8. Willy Hernangomez 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    It's weird how some guys just don't ever seem to be allowed to go full out. I would think with Zeller out Willy would get to work through some kinks and maybe be able to get comfortable in a steady, stable starter's role. It's a shame if he doesn't.
  9. Otto Porter 2018-2019 Season outlook

    Owning Porter this year has been one of the most difficult and stressful experiences. Yes. no. yes. no. yes.yes.no.no.no........when will the saga end?
  10. Malcolm Brogdon 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    Brogdon is the NBA version of Mose from the Office. He may not ever be the big marquee name guy, but when you step back and look at his body of work, it's good.
  11. Gary Harris 2018-2019 Season Outlook

    Too many mouths to feed could be a problem but I think we just need to give Gary some time. He'll be eased back into heavy minutes especially given his injury history. It will be interesting to see how it plays out but I would bet he'll be back to normal in a few or 2. Be patient.
  12. Conley + for Kemba ? WHIR100%

    I would go Kemba side for a few reasons. 1. Yes JVal is out for 3-4 more weeks , but Conley is not the bellcow of health himself. 2. Allen is a nice piece but he's wildly inconsistent. 3. I think Conley+Allen for Kemba is a pretty good offer , AND you get JV hopefully for the run up to and during the playoffs.....sounds like a good plan. If you are good with Centers, I say do it 100%
  13. Malcom Brogdon or kyle Anderson

    Brogdon is about as reliable as it gets so if you want to get what you pay for, go with Brogdon, he won't let you down. Anderson is a wild card and could pay off big if he can keep current pace up....not sure he can but if he does , I might swing toward Anderson with a huge Stocks upside. I guess it depends on whether you wanna gamble or not. I would pick Brogdon 9.5 times out of 10 , but then again I'm not a gambling man.
  14. dmitch and jamal for kemba? whir 100

    If you can get Kemba for that, I would do it. Though EG is hurt now so he might not go for it. I think Mitch and Murray should be enough but if he declines, I would float those 2 in an offer for someone else out there. Kemba is great but there are other big names who Mitch and Murray should net without you having to give up someone of value.