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thebizneverloses

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Re: Knicks
« Reply #2670 on: Today at 01:07:41 AM »

Kemba( our future signing) is coming in.

Kemba
Hardaway
Knox
Kanter
KP

good for a run at 7th or 8th.

EK has to take less or he is out.

call me optimistic.

No Vonleh?

I'd pay Noah before Enes.

Can't imagine there's even much debate, here. Enes does some things very well but Vonleh would fit just about any team configuration we have next year. Keeping Kanter only makes sense if one of Mitch or KP is traded AND we surround him with a bunch of defenders. Let Kanter take his double doubles elsewhere (although I'll cheer him on, cause I like him, but he's not a good fit here).
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thebizneverloses

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Re: Knicks
« Reply #2671 on: Today at 01:08:09 AM »

Btw, Charlotte is a lot better than their record.
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Kam

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tank bowl qualifier match @ CAVS next
« Reply #2672 on: Today at 01:24:16 AM »

Big one on the schedule wednesday night in the land of Cleve.  Winner gets to keep playing and a set of steak knives.  Second place is you're fired.
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Re: tank bowl qualifier match @ CAVS next
« Reply #2673 on: Today at 02:11:43 AM »

Big one on the schedule wednesday night in the land of Cleve.  Winner gets to keep playing and a set of steak knives.  Second place is you're fired.



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facilitatorn

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Re: Knicks
« Reply #2674 on: Today at 03:08:17 AM »

A team trying to secure the #1 draft pick next year will offer Enes more than we should be willing to pony up.

Any chance the Trier hamstring issue is a means to stop the clock onhis NBA time till FA signings become tradable?

Frank had a pretty run in the second half. His D tonight was terrible.

Knox took a hell of a lot of shots.

I think we are nearing the end of the Mario starting experiment.

We need to find a unit that can play D, start them, and build out the bench from there.

We were terribly overmatched in terms of experience and cohesion. That will happen a lot this year.
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bodiddley

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Re: Knicks
« Reply #2675 on: Today at 05:09:27 AM »

Missed the game.
Strange box.
Knix shoot 50% overall and from 3 and lose by 12.
Just 7 FTA's.  CHA made 13
Vonleh with 9 assists.
Knox with 25 FG's, 26 Pts & 15 boards.  in 41 mins.
Think they said he was the youngest ever to have a 25 & 10 game.
Franc 7-11 FG but fouled out.
Btw, Mud finished with a -20.

Seems like an interesting, unusual game . . .
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bodiddley

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Re: Knicks
« Reply #2676 on: Today at 05:14:40 AM »

Good to see Tim Frazier has been set free.  I quite like the guy, but ops have been few for him the past couple years.  Last 7 games, he averaged 8 assists and 9 points and 4 boards in 30 mins. 
The guy is feisty and good on the PnR.  Frees up Jrue to play his combo guard game, much like Rondo did last year.
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