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    You're basing everything on one 12 minute quarter. It went downhill after that. There will always be times when the offense will look fluid and can do no wrong. The thing is can the offense be fluid consistently from game to game and that just hasn't been the case even with Forbes' "skillsets"
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    Quote why_you_mad_tho wrote: View Post
    You're basing everything on one 12 minute quarter. It went downhill after that. There will always be times when the offense will look fluid and can do no wrong. The thing is can the offense be fluid consistently from game to game and that just hasn't been the case even with Forbes' "skillsets"
    What i am basing this on is clearly laid out in the initial post.

    Objectivity. Please.

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    Quote why_you_mad_tho wrote: View Post
    You're basing everything on one 12 minute quarter. It went downhill after that. There will always be times when the offense will look fluid and can do no wrong. The thing is can the offense be fluid consistently from game to game and that just hasn't been the case even with Forbes' "skillsets"
    There was nothing said about only one quarter. He was talking generality in terms of the offense in all.

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    Quote draftedraptor wrote: View Post
    Demar is definitely a tradeable asset in the team. But letting him go would leave us empty there. It makes no sense to trade him for a draft pick unless it is top 5. Even if we draft beal there is no guarantee he will be any better than Demar. Might as well hold on to a cheap Demar who looks a legit starter and trade others like Calderon and Bargnani who we can afford to lose.
    Something I have learned in life - and it relates to more than just basketball:

    No one is irreplaceable. If someone leaves, someone else will be there to step in.


    If you read my initial post (is there an echo in here?) you'll see I discussed the idea of DD playing the SF. I am not attempting to move DeMar for the sake of moving him nor am I looking to trade him for a draft pick.


    Objectivity. Please.

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    Quote Matt52 wrote: View Post
    Something I have learned in life - and it relates to more than just basketball:

    No one is irreplaceable. If someone leaves, someone else will be there to step in.


    If you read my initial post (is there an echo in here?) you'll see I discussed the idea of DD playing the SF. I am not attempting to move DeMar for the sake of moving him nor am I looking to trade him for a draft pick.


    Objectivity. Please.
    DD would be awesome offensively at the three, but would get sat on by guys like Lebron and Durant IMO.

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    LeBron and KD sh*t on everyone who tries to guard them though.

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