as per Marc Stein
as per Marc Stein
All the more reason to sign Kabongo!!
"I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can't accept not trying." - Michael Jordan, G.O.A.T.
No big surprise for me. If you look at Denver's roster and consider what MU said during his introductory press conference about developing young players, it makes absolute sense. There's no point keeping an old guy around as a 3rd string player, who clearly isn't part of the team's core or future. I agree with MU that it's much better (and often cheaper too), especially for the long-term, to stack young players at every position (Denver did it with Mozgov, Fournier, Stone, Hamilton and Miller; OKC did it with Lamb and PJIII).
I'm sure the ire of Stern/Silver would be stoked.
Not to mention the congressional hearings that would occur due to questions surrounding match fixing (I say congressional because Canada doesn't waste such time with theatrical political bullshit and the NBA is based out of New York).
"Championships are what we live for, now lets go win them."Tim Leiweke
Basketball has clear winners every night --except at the draft, which is all homework, politics and chance.
Hopefully this is MU just starting to work in the pruning shears and not one of the few things he plans on doing.
I like this ... JL3 was best as a 3rd PG, and why not have a young development project in that role instead, with some upside!
The only way to bag a classy lady is to give her two tickets to the gun show... and see if she likes the goods.
Thank you! he's a decent 3rd string guard, but he chucks too much. allen andersen is next i hope.
If we could, stack two young guards there with Kabongo AND Curry. Lowry being in his final year of his deal, no one really knows whether or not both sides are willing to re-sign, and looking at the decisions plus the new general manager with Ujiri, no one even knows if JV is going to be traded! (unlikely, cause that's fucking dumb).
Back to the point, Curry and Kabongo coming in to play behind Lowry is not only a great situation for the young guards, but the for the Raptors, because they bring in two, cheap, young, good potential players, and if they're not producing or developing the organization is hoping for, they're easily traded, or let go because of their cheap deals i.e. Quincy Acy.
Lowry/Kabongo/Curry is quite intriguing if I might say.
Good luck to JL3, awesome personality, he always had something to say in interviews, and despite the fact he is a 'chucker', he represented and played hard for the team every night.
Curry isnt a Point guard >< hes an undersized SG like Lucas but with a much better shot. Im happy about this news Goodbye Lucas! I'll always remember those crazy selfish shots he took and his crazy selfish makes lol
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