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8 hours ago, pushaZ said:

Blake never took much of deandres boards

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He didn't? Dj has -3.8 rebs per 36 min when he shares the floor with Blake. Also, 58% of Drummond's assist were to either Harris or Bradley. On top of that, Blake only dished 0.8 assists per game to dj, so he plays his own offense without including the C so much. Damn, this trade just screwed us

 

Edit: I'm not even mentioning the usage rate

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Never forget. ??‍♂️

he took the all star snub personally. He deserves to be all star this year more than Kevin Love or even John Wall / Lowry. The justification that winning teams get rewarded with all-stars also doesn't

When the Andre Drummond owner leads the league in FT %  

Lets not lie to ourselves. Drummond's value is obviously taking a hit. How big a hit is the question. Think it won't be too much, and will put up late 2nd round value early 3rd which is still better than what I got in return for him. 
And don't forget that Griffin is a walking time bomb. If Griffin goes down for a stretch then that puts Drummond in a very interesting position B)

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I see it working out in the long run. Blake can stretch the floor and pass

3 hours ago, nyer01 said:

He didn't? Dj has -3.8 rebs per 36 min when he shares the floor with Blake. Also, 58% of Drummond's assist were to either Harris or Bradley. On top of that, Blake only dished 0.8 assists per game to dj, so he plays his own offense without including the C so much. Damn, this trade just screwed us

 

Edit: I'm not even mentioning the usage rate

 

 

It's not like Harris left for nothing, any reason why those same assists can't go to the 25 ppg scorer they just acquired?

 

I think his impact on Drummond is over blown, if anything Drummond might increase his efficiency from the field playing with someone like Blake. This is also a different team and coach, a coach that has historically played through his centers, so judging off of the offense Doc ran seems irrelevant imo

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 Who else do they have now?  You've got Griff ,Drum and a bunch of chuckers.  You think Stanley, Kennard, Bullock, Reed ...etc are going to go so balls out that Drum won't score?  All they have are BG and Drummond , it'll be interesting to see how it plays out but 35%-45%+ of their points on any given night should be from their two big men.   The surrounding lack of talent should assuage fears

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On 30/1/2018 at 1:40 PM, Judicious said:

I see it working out in the long run. Blake can stretch the floor and pass

 

 

It's not like Harris left for nothing, any reason why those same assists can't go to the 25 ppg scorer they just acquired?

 

I think his impact on Drummond is over blown, if anything Drummond might increase his efficiency from the field playing with someone like Blake. This is also a different team and coach, a coach that has historically played through his centers, so judging off of the offense Doc ran seems irrelevant imo

sure, i'm not saying that he will become 100th all of a sudden, but he was a beast, and now i'm afraid he'll just go back to normal.

 

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rare footage of yesterday drummond's performance

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“We haven’t decided all that yet, but I do think there’s times where they’ll both be on the floor together. But I think I would like to stagger it where most of the time, at least one of them’s out there on the floor,” Van Gundy said after Wednesday’s practice.

 

http://www.nba.com/pistons/features/svgs-advice-newest-piston-dont-worry-about-fitting-just-be-blake-griffin

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21 hours ago, -M- said:

“We haven’t decided all that yet, but I do think there’s times where they’ll both be on the floor together. But I think I would like to stagger it where most of the time, at least one of them’s out there on the floor,” Van Gundy said after Wednesday’s practice.

 

http://www.nba.com/pistons/features/svgs-advice-newest-piston-dont-worry-about-fitting-just-be-blake-griffin

fingers crossed

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