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    Believe. spursistan's Avatar
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    To CP3/Blake/G. Hill/Russ and co.:

    Stop deluding yourself about winning a ring in the next 2/3 years. Nobody is taking one from Golden State if LeBron or Leonard is not on your team-- the two best players in the world they have no answer for..

    if you're about this "winning" thingy, take a discount and be part of something monumental. There are no other paths in the foreseeable future, tbh..

    Not to mention this impending Conference Finals loss is going to light a fire under Pop to take down these faggots before he calls it quit.


    The window: 2018-2020 (before Bucks/Wolves become an NBA Finals rivalry)

    The formula: Peak Kawhi/LDN/Bertans/Murray + YOU + Motivated Pop + a declined/"disease of more" Warriors..

    Take your pick..

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    None of the impending FAs would make a difference IMO..no big names that could cause problems for GS..

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    None of the impending FAs would make a difference IMO..no big names that could cause problems for GS..
    it's possible based on whether or not GS or Cleveland added anything else and if the younger players with potential on the spurs (bertans, simmons and murray) upped their game and became consistently reliable on both ends of the court.
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    it's possible based on whether or not GS or Cleveland added anything else and if the younger players with potential on the spurs (bertans, simmons and murray) upped their game and became consistently reliable on both ends of the court.
    Best formula for the Spurs is to give their young players a shot and hope they can become something special(particularly Murray), like you said, rather than blowing their $ on an old-ass player like Chris Paul(a guy who consistently gets destroyed by the Warriors)..combined with a potential Warriors implosion, hopefully(Klay Thompson, I suspect)..

    It's going to be disappointing when Gasol opts in, but hopefully they can trade Aldridge(seems inevitable, since Pop has been taking subtle shots at him) for a package of young players(not going to get any high lottery picks) with potential..

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    Need to load up on shooting, too..

    The Cavs are going to be underdogs with their poor defense and old role players, but they actually have a shot vs. GS, based on their style of play(shooting a million 3s per game to compliment Lebron and Irving's attacking)..

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    LDN? That guy died in 2014 as well as Diaw and Splitter

    Only fools gold teams would have Danny Green in their formula.

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    hum...Lebron for the Spurs, do it Mitch

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    Wolves/Bucks rivalry? . Those teams are perennial trash tbh!!!

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    Wolves/Bucks rivalry? . Those teams are perennial trash tbh!!!
    this tbh. The NBA has become monopolized by the Warriors, LeBron, and Spurs. No other team has a remotely decent chance of getting to the Finals or winning.
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    this tbh. The NBA has become monopolized by the Warriors, LeBron, and Spurs. No other team has a remotely decent chance of getting to the Finals or winning.
    One of these 3 doesn't fit, bro

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    Believe. DieHardSpursFan1537's Avatar
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    One of these 3 doesn't fit, bro
    I know. One can hope

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    hum...Lebron for the Spurs, do it Mitch
    This is Pop's next wet dream and I'd bet they have already discussed this informally before. It would be nice in the near future.

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    Kori's nightmare SpurOutofTownFan's Avatar
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    Wolves/Bucks rivalry? . Those teams are perennial trash tbh!!!
    I think Boston could be the next one coming from the east

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    None of the impending FAs would make a difference IMO..no big names that could cause problems for GS..
    Russell Westbrook, the guy you've been singlehandedly self-promoting as the best athlete/pg in the game wouldn't make a difference?

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    They'll run from the system like they always have. Lamarcus tanking after he got here only makes it worse. Not saying it's fair because Aldridge is a pussy, but it is what it is.

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    I think Boston could be the next one coming from the east
    Yeah, doesn't hurt to get the #1 draft pick. Sucks for them it's a weak class. No Tim Duncan out there when they finally get the golden ticket

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    hum...Lebron for the Spurs, do it Mitch
    LeBron already left Cleveland once. He isn't doing it again. Hurts his brand.

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    G Hill. I think it's an easy call for us and he may take a discount if we pick him. He's still got years in front of him, he's a scorer and hes already worked out for us. You cant predict how thingsll work out with other players like CP3. He's too ball dominant anyways, Kawhi needs the ball.

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    None of the impending FAs would make a difference IMO..no big names that could cause problems for GS..
    Big name FAs are overrated, especially with a good coach. If Kawhi hadntve gone down we could be putting some real fear into GSW right now so I just think we need to shore up our weaknesses instead of making a big splash. Get G Hill, Stephen Adams, another year of Dejounte and maybe Bertans will flourish. With Kawhi and Pops there's always hope.

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    To CP3/Blake/G. Hill/Russ and co.:

    Stop deluding yourself about winning a ring in the next 2/3 years. Nobody is taking one from Golden State if LeBron or Leonard is not on your team-- the two best players in the world they have no answer for..

    if you're about this "winning" thingy, take a discount and be part of something monumental. There are no other paths in the foreseeable future, tbh..

    Not to mention this impending Conference Finals loss is going to light a fire under Pop to take down these faggots before he calls it quit.


    The window: 2018-2020 (before Bucks/Wolves become an NBA Finals rivalry)

    The formula: Peak Kawhi/LDN/Bertans/Murray + YOU + Motivated Pop + a declined/"disease of more" Warriors..

    Take your pick..
    No one you mentioned will give a shit. They are looking for a fat contract. Rings can be purchased at a jewelry store.

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    G Hill. I think it's an easy call for us and he may take a discount if we pick him. He's still got years in front of him, he's a scorer and hes already worked out for us. You cant predict how thingsll work out with other players like CP3. He's too ball dominant anyways, Kawhi needs the ball.
    Pop traded his ass. I doubt he comes back, but Sean did.

    Imagine coming back to play with the guy you were traded for, who won a Finals MVP and 2 DPOY awards, and 2 all NBA 1st team and All Star starter...Yeah you'd feel important. It would be mentioned every time you went to the line "Spurs traded Hill for Kawhi, what a great trade that turned out to be, but Hill is a serviceable player, a journeyman of sorts, and Pop has found a role for him here on the Spurs bench".

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    Believe. weebo's Avatar
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    G Hill seems to like the area (seen him a few times around the Stx area/holds his summer camps down here) and Pop's fondness for him, I could see a scenario where he would join the Spurs.

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    Haha, I don't know how long you've watched the NBA, but you know this isn't true. Things can change fast in the NBA. I'm looking at the Sixers to get good soon. I think the Lakers will still be a dumpster fire so long as Magic is running that show. But this post aside from being funny or trolling is simply ignorant.
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    I think Boston could be the next one coming from the east
    Boston could potentially nab Hayward or Griffin as a free agent and then trade for PG involving Bradley and Smart. They could even keep their 1st round pick.

    They could have a starting line-up.

    Horford
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    PG
    Hayward
    IT

    Or
    Horford
    Griffin
    Brown
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    Boston could potentially nab Hayward or Griffin as a free agent and then trade for PG involving Bradley and Smart. They could even keep their 1st round pick.

    They could have a starting line-up.

    Horford
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    PG
    Hayward
    IT

    Or
    Horford
    Griffin
    Brown
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    IT
    Insane how well positioned they are. Don't have the transcendent player yet that the Bucks have (and I guess the Wolves/Hornets), or a player with Embiid's potential if he can ever stay healthy plus the pieces around him, but their depth is ridiculous and Stevens can push out so many different lineup combinations. They need to go for broke this offseason because their pristine cap situation starts getting clouded next summer with Bradley being a FA and Isaiah eligible for a huge pay raise.

    It just makes it tougher to manage the draft not knowing what they'll be able to haul in FA. Given Hayward and Blake may be the most likely and the prospects at the top of the draft, they almost certainly go PG that can play with IT (size).

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    Bucks/Wolves?

    Lost all cred right there.
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    MORE LIFE SOON COME 313's Avatar
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    Another contender will pop up next season, maybe the following season tops.
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    Insane how well positioned they are. Don't have the transcendent player yet that the Bucks have (and I guess the Wolves/Hornets), or a player with Embiid's potential if he can ever stay healthy plus the pieces around him, but their depth is ridiculous and Stevens can push out so many different lineup combinations. They need to go for broke this offseason because their pristine cap situation starts getting clouded next summer with Bradley being a FA and Isaiah eligible for a huge pay raise.

    It just makes it tougher to manage the draft not knowing what they'll be able to haul in FA. Given Hayward and Blake may be the most likely and the prospects at the top of the draft, they almost certainly go PG that can play with IT (size).
    Not only that, but if you can nab Hayward and PG for example, they will get a 4 year contract. That means, by the time they are up for extensions, their 1st overall pick would be up for his. Plus Horford contract would have ended. Essentially they have 4 years to win championships and spend their tax, and if they fall short and things don’t turn out, they can get rid of Hayward/PG/Horford and up their overall first round pick who hopefully will be a star, and their rebuild would be essentially be non-existent. IT would only have 1 more year left as well.



    So this year they must sign and trade for big players and I honestly think they keep their 1st pick and still get 2 all-star players while only losing Bradley and perhaps a player like Smart.


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    Pop traded his ass. I doubt he comes back, but Sean did.

    Imagine coming back to play with the guy you were traded for, who won a Finals MVP and 2 DPOY awards, and 2 all NBA 1st team and All Star starter...Yeah you'd feel important. It would be mentioned every time you went to the line "Spurs traded Hill for Kawhi, what a great trade that turned out to be, but Hill is a serviceable player, a journeyman of sorts, and Pop has found a role for him here on the Spurs bench".
    Hill said he was appreciative of his time here and also was appreciative of where he was traded being an Indiana boy to a good team.

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    Russell Westbrook, the guy you've been singlehandedly self-promoting as the best athlete/pg in the game wouldn't make a difference?

    I gotta tune back in tomorrow to see the answer to that one.

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