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    A roster spot is open. Fab Melo anyone?

    http://probasketballtalk.nbcsports.c...ing-to-report/

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    Well this wasn't a surprise.

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    Quote stretch wrote: View Post
    A roster spot is open. Fab Melo anyone?

    http://probasketballtalk.nbcsports.c...ing-to-report/
    Fab Melo would be dope, raw talent good hands athletic but low basement level ball IQ.... certainly better than what Gray could do I think.

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    Quote Rapstor4Life wrote: View Post
    Fab Melo would be dope, raw talent good hands athletic but low basement level ball IQ.... certainly better than what Gray could do I think.
    Saw him in summer league, 2 years at least until he can at least become a rotation big man, rawer than sushi

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    Quote Vykis wrote: View Post
    Saw him in summer league, 2 years at least until he can at least become a rotation big man, rawer than sushi
    Then there are his character concerns which, according to reports and in addition to luxury tax implications, was a big reason why the Celtics dumped a 2012 first round draft pick after just one season.

    Also, the fact that all 30 teams said, "No thank you" to a $1.3M prospect with 3 more years on his rookie deal - just 1 guaranteed - is another indication.
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