View Poll Results: Who do you think will be next GM of the Toronto Raptors?

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  • Phil Jackson

    2 4.55%
  • Masai Ujiri

    23 52.27%
  • Kevin Pritchard

    6 13.64%
  • Troy Weaver

    6 13.64%
  • David Morway

    1 2.27%
  • Ed Stefanski

    5 11.36%
  • Other (please name names)

    1 2.27%
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Thread: Masai Ujiri Hired As Raptors GM (post #780)

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    Raptors Republic Superstar enlightenment's Avatar
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    Quote white men can't jump wrote: View Post
    Detroit? What? Why?

    Totally baffled by this development.
    Its not a commitment, he is advising them on which coach they should pick. He wasnt given a position.
    The Baltic Beast is unstoppable!

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    Quote enlightenment wrote: View Post
    Its not a commitment, he is advising them on which coach they should pick. He wasnt given a position.
    As long as he doesn't say "me", we should be okay still.
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    Quote enlightenment wrote: View Post
    I feel Detroit asked him to be a coach, he said no (probably has other plans.. Raptors?), and they responded 'well at least help us find one?'

    He is not committed in any way shape or form. He is helping them to find a coach to suit their team. Thats it!
    I actually think the fact that he is only advising for them a good sign that he is thinking seriously about joining the Raptors.

    Taking a look at that list, the Raptors have a much more favorable situation than the top 5 likely choices.

    I am starting to get excited.
    100% correct.

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    Wouldn't it be a conflict of interest to advise for one team while planning to join the management team of another? I don't think Phil will be joining the Raptors in any role, shape or form. Face it bitches, we're cursed.

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    Quote enlightenment wrote: View Post
    I feel Detroit asked him to be a coach, he said no (probably has other plans.. Raptors?), and they responded 'well at least help us find one?'

    He is not committed in any way shape or form. He is helping them to find a coach to suit their team. Thats it!
    I actually think the fact that he is only advising for them a good sign that he is thinking seriously about joining the Raptors.

    Taking a look at that list, the Raptors have a much more favorable situation than the top 5 likely choices.

    I am starting to get excited.

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    Nothing is etched in stone with regards to that Pistons 'job'. Flip Saunders for example was a consultant to the Celtics just last spring, and is now part owner/GM of the Timberwolves.

    As long as he doesn't have a contract it means nothing.

    The only interesting