Type: Posts; User: Quirk
Right, that's why it was considered a risk, because Greg Oden was said to also have one longer leg.
Maybe Sully can use it to his advantage and develop unique post moves that can only be performed...
I seem to remember something from the draft about Sullinger having one leg longer than the other and this was somehow an injury risk red flag. I guess that was just draft chatter, but it's still the...
Yak should start at PF
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Would live to get ED back. Aaron Gordon would be a good fit. Lavoy and Crowder are interesting.
How would not drafting them allow them to keep Biyombo?
Looking back on this off season it will be clear that choosing DeRozan instead of Biyombo was the wrong choice.
Though few would believe it, that's what I'm here for.
It's true! Here is a picture:
Meanwhile does anyone doubt that Adam Silver snorts his body weight in Cocaine every weekend?
I'd rather DD's usage was the 3rd or 4th highest on the team, and that he was paid accordingly. If he doesn't want that role or that salary, I would have let him walk.
What does Bazemore have to...
By "good" you mean his alignment?
Yes, the *average* SG shoots 47.7% from 2pt, and 35.3% from 3pt., taking 6.3 3pt attempts per 40 minutes.
DeMar shoots 45.8% 2pts, and 33.8% from 3pt, with 2.4 attempts per 40 minutes.
Please remove your humour blindfold :)
Yeah, every other free agent will feel ripped off.
Yeah, I love Masai, but sadly not premature, this contract is the fork in his tenure here. There is no way that this club improves from here, maybe an exra regular season win or two, but ECF is our...
He was the 3rd best player, behind Lowery and Biyombo, 4rth when JV was playing. Which is about right for him. That he totally sucked the rest of the playoffs doesn't mean we should exaggerate his...
Neither contract was anywhere near close to max at the time they where signed, and both players where better then, then DD is now.
So why even try, then? Why not just watch DD miss shots for 5 years?
No, it's not a doomsday scenario, we can be a perennial second round team, with the occasional ECF, which is certainly not bad.
That contract ends any hope of more though.
Yes, they where close despite DD, and bringing down DD's usage to 3 or 4th highest on the team would have been the key to defeating LeBron, but this contract makes that impossible.
Would also have been a great sign of loyalty if he signed the max with another team, especially a conference rival, that would have been the best way to help Toronto.
But more seriously, yeah, a...
DeMar DeRozan was not key to anything, and will never be. He is a decent, even slightly above average player, nothing more.
No team with a player like DeRozan as their highest paid player and...
If was interested in loyalty, he would not have asked for a contract that will cripple this team for his entire tenure.