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    Interesting to look at Amir's statline for the season:

    10.3 PPG
    3.8 PF
    1.3 BPG
    6.8 RPG
    1.2 APG
    1.0 TO
    26.3 MPG

    Especially next to Dre:

    21.8 PPG
    2.5 PF
    0.7 BPG
    5.5 RPG
    1.7 APG
    2.5 TO
    35.9 MPG

    To all those guys who are hating on either Amir or Bargs, is it not good enough to just accept both have their pros and cons, but together we have a pretty decent pair of bigs? Obviously Bargs is getting grinded on minutes and is the focal point on offense, and I can only imagine Amir's MPG are less due to his foul troubles.

    I dunno, what's the point in hating. These guys are both great, how about we keep them both and realize they are a nice tandem (plus with Big Ed and Big James at the 3, we are even better)

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    Quote Multipaul wrote: View Post
    Interesting to look at Amir's statline for the season:

    10.3 PPG
    3.8 PF
    1.3 BPG
    6.8 RPG
    1.2 APG
    1.0 TO
    26.3 MPG

    Especially next to Dre:

    21.8 PPG
    2.5 PF
    0.7 BPG
    5.5 RPG
    1.7 APG
    2.5 TO
    35.9 MPG

    To all those guys who are hating on either Amir or Bargs, is it not good enough to just accept both have their pros and cons, but together we have a pretty decent pair of bigs? Obviously Bargs is getting grinded on minutes and is the focal point on offense, and I can only imagine Amir's MPG are less due to his foul troubles.

    I dunno, what's the point in hating. These guys are both great, how about we keep them both and realize they are a nice tandem (plus with Big Ed and Big James at the 3, we are even better)
    We are definitely keeping them both. Both have long expensive contracts. Bargnani is a focal part of the franchise, and I would not let go of Amir unless we get a near all-star in return.

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    Quote Multipaul wrote: View Post
    Interesting to look at Amir's statline for the season:

    10.3 PPG
    3.8 PF
    1.3 BPG
    6.8 RPG
    1.2 APG
    1.0 TO
    26.3 MPG

    Especially next to Dre:

    21.8 PPG
    2.5 PF
    0.7 BPG
    5.5 RPG
    1.7 APG
    2.5 TO
    35.9 MPG

    To all those guys who are hating on either Amir or Bargs, is it not good enough to just accept both have their pros and cons, but together we have a pretty decent pair of bigs? Obviously Bargs is getting grinded on minutes and is the focal point on offense, and I can only imagine Amir's MPG are less due to his foul troubles.

    I dunno, what's the point in hating. These guys are both great, how about we keep them both and realize they are a nice tandem (plus with Big Ed and Big James at the 3, we are even better)
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    Yah im fine with the two, their a good pairing, would be nice to have him rebound more, but otherwise its a good tandem. we juss need some bttr help at some of the positions, and maybe a better bench as is, but PF and C with bargs is something i can live with.... however i still don like bargs as the focal point for offensive, as a number 2 or 3rd option for scoring, oh well still im good with the two of em

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    Quote Blasterfi9 wrote: View Post
    however i still don like bargs as the focal point for offensive, as a number 2 or 3rd option for scoring, oh well still im good with the two of em
    100% agree. The Raps still need a legit star and number 1 option. DeMar could develop in to one but that is still a couple of seasons away, IMO. Hopefully something happens via draft or trade - the sooner the better.

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    Quote Blasterfi9 wrote: View Post
    however i still don like bargs as the focal point for offensive, as a number 2 or 3rd option for scoring, oh well still im good with the two of em
    i agree... i just dont think there's anyone on the current team that can be the #1 option ahead of him... maybe next year, if derozan polishes up a bit

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    Quote Matt52 wrote: View Post
    100% agree. The Raps still need a legit star and number 1 option. DeMar could develop in to one but that is still a couple of seasons away, IMO. Hopefully something happens via draft or trade - the sooner the better.
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    Quote heinz57 wrote: View Post
    i agree... i just dont think there's anyone on the current team that can be the #1 option ahead of him... maybe next year, if derozan polishes up a bit
    Just imagine when Demar starts getting those whistles from the refs, could add 10-14 ppg to his offense and also change opponents defensive tactics, possibly leaving Bargs and others open after double teams on Deebo

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    Quote Multipaul wrote: View Post
    Just imagine when Demar starts getting those whistles from the refs, could add 10-14 ppg to his offense and also change opponents defensive tactics, possibly leaving Bargs and others open after double teams on Deebo
    there are days that derozan's potential makes me giddy with anticipation..

    then the refs bring me down to earth

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    I don't mind either of the players playing together, and I don't hate either of them. I just think that Amir seems to play with more energy than Bargs on most games, although i'll admit recently it does seem like Bargs has been more aggressive in the game. That being said, we do have a fantastic starting tandem, and I wouldn't trade any of them away.

    With regards to Bargs being our number 1 scoring option, I think that, if that can change naturally, as in, someone else just flows into that role, it would work great. Otherwise, lets just leave him as being the guy to try to score first for now, since it helps draw attention away from our younger players who then get to play a more learning-on-the-go kind of game.

    Lastly, at least Bargs can pass and catch the ball, unlike CB4 aka Mr. ButterFingers, so this helps when he gets double-teamed.

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    Quote webcrawler89 wrote: View Post
    I don't mind either of the players playing together, and I don't hate either of them. I just think that Amir seems to play with more energy than Bargs on most games, although i'll admit recently it does seem like Bargs has been more aggressive in the game. That being said, we do have a fantastic starting tandem, and I wouldn't trade any of them away.

    With regards to Bargs being our number 1 scoring option, I think that, if that can change naturally, as in, someone else just flows into that role, it would work great. Otherwise, lets just leave him as being the guy to try to score first for now, since it helps draw attention away from our younger players who then get to play a more learning-on-the-go kind of game.

    Lastly, at least Bargs can pass and catch the ball, unlike CB4 aka Mr. ButterFingers, so this helps when he gets double-teamed.
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    lol... miami has the crab dribble and crab hands.... does that mean d-wade just has crabs?

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    Quote heinz57 wrote: View Post
    lol... miami has the crab dribble and crab hands.... does that mean d-wade just has crabs?
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    As long as a player isn't a liability on either end of the floor, and consistently contributes positively towards the team, I'm all for keeping them. Obviously Amir does that.
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    i don't think we'll get anything out of the draft this year tho. If Irving decides to enter the draft cleveland is going to take him, unless some crazy miracle happens and they decide not to choose him. And Sorry i know this is off topic

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    Quote Tim W. wrote: View Post
    As long as a player isn't a liability on either end of the floor, and consistently contributes positively towards the team, I'm all for keeping them. Obviously Amir does that.
    Well said.

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