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    Duncan = 6'10'' barefoot with a 7'5'' wingspan. Nowitzki = 7'0'' barefoot with a 7'2'' wingspan. Most white players don't have long wingspans relative to height, but most African players do.
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    He's back in shape and has generally raised his level of play in the playoffs. By the way, Westbrook has had I believe 4 knee surgeries, quad issues and Covid 19. :lmao I'm sure in Westbrook's delusional mind he'll be the franchise, but in reality it'll be Beal. That's the problem with...
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    Unknown in the sense that he hasn't played in 2 years. He's obviously an albatross and past his prime, but I like his chances of transitioning into a useful role player better than Wesbtrook's.
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    :lmao How is Rivers overrated when he's been constantly criticized for the past half decade? Overrated is that unethical, flavor of the month Nurse.
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    Most likely, it ends up lose-lose but it's a sensible trade. I actually prefer it for the Rockets. Even though Wall is a virtual unknown at this point, he's 2 years younger and has a higher basketball IQ, so he probably has a better chance to age gracefully, relatively speaking. He's also a...
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    TD 21 replied to a thread Cha is waiving Batum in Spurs Forum
    I don't see DeRozan as a starting four being viable throughout the course of a season. Unless you're otherworldly offensively, you need to be able to physically guard your position as a starter otherwise you get Forbes redux. Me neither, though Mills could be re-signed (depending on whether he...
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    Now you're moving the goal posts. Tanking teams are filled with youth, many of whom are getting the opportunity of a lifetime, trying to establish themselves in the league and set themselves up for life with their second contract.
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    We still need a 6'8"-6'9" true 3 or combo forward. Options?
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    It's a load of bullshit.. Blair needs to sit his ass and Splitter needs to play 25 minutes a night at the very least. When is Pop's stubborn ass going to stop managing minutes like he's coaching for the fucking CYO. Wonder if Blair's parents being in charge of the Hi-C's and snacks after the game has something to do with the set CYO rotations.
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    Hey man, Just was wondering what you thought about Pop rocking Splitter to bed on the bench 30 minutes a night? Hopefully whenever Splitter gets through teething Pop will let him play a little bit more. No?
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    Hey chap! What do you think about the possibility of trading for Birdman? BRRRRR!!! What happened to that boi? BRRRRRR!!! What happened to that boi?
  4. Yeah, that's why I made a point of saying I'm not sure if confirmed my view or not. Watching them play just seemed like such a microcosm of the season -- a flash of brilliance and a whole bunch of disjointed underwhelming play -- so that's the part that lead me to believe it had something to do with the lineup. But it'd be disingenuous to dismiss Parker's fall and the four straight free-throws he missed (which between he and Tim was another story).

    Like you said, it's irrelevant now (barring the most unlikely and unheard of sports miracle). I favored the Suns in this series but I didn't see 3-0 coming. You've really got to tip your cap to them. That was an impressive performance on the road when everyone expected a Spurs win. Everyone, that wasn't a delusional Suns fanboy, that is.

    For all the questionable lineups and whatever else anyone wants to point to, it seems pretty clear at this point: The Suns are just a better, more complete team than the Spurs. Simple as that, IMO.
  5. I don't think it was the best move and it's not what I would've done. But upon hearing about it before the game, it's hard to fault a guy who knows his players as well as he does and someone who sides with putting the best players on the court (even if I was skeptical of how exactly he'd massage minutes or the role he'd allow Bonner -- which didn't turn out so bad).

    I don't know for sure if what I saw confirmed my thoughts or if the Parker injury just didn't allow the lineup to succeed and sustain, so I guess we'll never really know for sure; it sure looked familiar, though (that lineup has just never been able to sustain for 48).
  6. Looks like you're gonna get your wish: Parker, Ginobili, Jefferson, 'Dyess and Duncan. Pop's seem to have decided on just putting his best talent out there and living with the result.

    I don't have a problem with it as long as Pop subs it right, doesn't go to a scrub second unit (call me skeptical) and the guys prove capable of playing the minutes, so let's hope for a couple of wins and a reset on the series.
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