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    After sham *bubble le anointed to Fakers that had 51 per cent drop in ratings this off season politely sucks.

    No one is moving of significance and DaQuit will do his little drama and stay in LA and no true stars will move.

    Rehash coaches being signed or in the case of Nash being a figurehead to Durant and the enigma of Irving

    Draft is a big yawn as after Ball is picked for doing nothing so far - no one cares

    Spurs are terrible, front office had lost it, and coach is over the hill

    League still has no clue when it will start up again with Union stubbornness in play

    Yawn. Back when it matters.

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    Who's bored? I'm ecstatic and if next season ends early...


    Bron 1 behind Jordan
    AD goes B2B - Jim never did that

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    Who's bored? I'm ecstatic and if next season ends early...


    Bron 1 behind Jordan
    AD went B2B - Jim never did that
    Sham le begets another it is ok if they play even few games revived and stacked Dubs will have best record.

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    Sham le begets another it is ok if they play even few games revived and stacked Dubs will have best record.
    at the Dubs. We gonna POUND them midgets. Think they slick tryna poach Dwert from LA. Nope!

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    i dont get what makes people think the warriors are already le contenders. they dont have KD or the extreme depth that preceeded him that made them great. iggy, barbosa, barnes, livingston, bogut, lee, they had a ton of quality depth to compliment steph klay and dray. oh and chemistry from playing together for a few years and growing together in their system. i think they will still be very solid, but without the depth and chemistry, i dont see them being back to their former level of compe ion, or being better than the lakers just yet

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    your bball takes are worse than your attempts to seem impartial in the political forum tbh

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    i dont get what makes people think the warriors are already le contenders. they dont have KD or the extreme depth that preceeded him that made them great. iggy, barbosa, barnes, livingston, bogut, lee, they had a ton of quality depth to compliment steph klay and dray. oh and chemistry from playing together for a few years and growing together in their system. i think they will still be very solid, but without the depth and chemistry, i dont see them being back to their former level of compe ion, or being better than the lakers just yet
    Not to mention Draymond being a s of the player he was four years ago. Curry and Klay with replacement level teammates aren't winning you an NBA le. It'll be interesting to see what they'll get for the #2 pick in trade though (assuming Wiggins will have to be included for salary purposes). Seems like they have no desire to try to develop a rookie with Curry now in the tail of his prime.

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    Not to mention Draymond being a s of the player he was four years ago. Curry and Klay with replacement level teammates aren't winning you an NBA le. It'll be interesting to see what they'll get for the #2 pick in trade though (assuming Wiggins will have to be included for salary purposes). Seems like they have no desire to try to develop a rookie with Curry now in the tail of his prime.
    Dubs need the following: 1. Health; 2. Curry back at highest level; 3. Green giving more than last year when can revert to lessor option, and that remains to be seen; 4. A great draft choice or great trade (they should trade for a skilled big) - if this all pans out they can win le

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    Not to mention Draymond being a s of the player he was four years ago. Curry and Klay with replacement level teammates aren't winning you an NBA le. It'll be interesting to see what they'll get for the #2 pick in trade though (assuming Wiggins will have to be included for salary purposes). Seems like they have no desire to try to develop a rookie with Curry now in the tail of his prime.
    Draymond always sucked. He was just surrounded by such a great team that he was left alone and not guarded most of the game. Same way how Kyle Kuzma actually looked like an NBA player.

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    https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/...rter-offseason

    Millionaires (NBA en led) acting like children nothing to see here

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    I'd have to care for it to be boring, tbh.

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    https://www.si.com/nba/2020/10/28/da...ecember-tipoff

    En led Fakers already complaining they might sit out a Dec start. Green took off the whole finals what the is he complaining about? HOward hardly played. Good no one cares.

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    Draymond had an off year, which is to be expected when his supporting cast went to , and he is not a feature player, himself.

    But Steph/Klay/Draymond is still a very solid big 3. It's not like they are old yet by current NBA standards.

    They will probably flip their draft choice into Julius Randle or similar talent.

    Their front office has proven to be able to fill in the blanks with role players/depth.

    I think they will be better than most are expecting, tbh. But how far they go in the postseason depends on Steph, who has choked more times than not. I could see them beating the Lakers in the 2nd RD and then losing to whomever in the conference Finals.



    Not to mention Draymond being a s of the player he was four years ago. Curry and Klay with replacement level teammates aren't winning you an NBA le. It'll be interesting to see what they'll get for the #2 pick in trade though (assuming Wiggins will have to be included for salary purposes). Seems like they have no desire to try to develop a rookie with Curry now in the tail of his prime.

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    Draymond had an off year, which is to be expected when his supporting cast went to , and he is not a feature player, himself.

    But Steph/Klay/Draymond is still a very solid big 3. It's not like they are old yet by current NBA standards.

    They will probably flip their draft choice into Julius Randle or similar talent.

    Their front office has proven to be able to fill in the blanks with role players/depth.

    I think they will be better than most are expecting, tbh. But how far they go in the postseason depends on Steph, who has choked more times than not. I could see them beating the Lakers in the 2nd RD and then losing to whomever in the conference Finals.
    I think that's called being exposed. Don't add him to a big 3 if he's not a big 1. Klay has carried them, so has Steph. Draymond runs his mouth and actually cost them a ring. Best thing he did was begging "KD pls"

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    https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/...revenue-losses

    NBA union telling Skelton ghoul Commish not on our watch. En led on both sides.

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    Was Rodman part of the Bull's big 3?

    I think that's called being exposed. Don't add him to a big 3 if he's not a big 1. Klay has carried them, so has Steph. Draymond runs his mouth and actually cost them a ring. Best thing he did was begging "KD pls"

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    Was Rodman part of the Bull's big 3?
    Bulls had a big 2. It's always Jordan and Pippen. Rodman was good, but he wasn't part of any big anything.

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    Bulls had a big 2. It's always Jordan and Pippen. Rodman was good, but he wasn't part of any big anything.
    Rodman is surely strange but he is also kind of a genius defending as well as rebounding- if he had been engaged while in SA Robinson might have had a le without TD. I met this mad man at a bar in Orlando and still wonder if much of his stuff is an act. Definitely out there.

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    Some people sure do spend a lot of time on a website dedicated to a sport they think is terrible and boring.

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    Bulls had a big 2. It's always Jordan and Pippen. Rodman was good, but he wasn't part of any big anything.
    Bulls had a big 3, Rodman was big for them
    Hiis defense and rebounding were huge for Chicago, Jordan and Pippen got their asses handed to them in 95 without a PF

    Dennis should have won Finals MVP in 96 , he was a crucial especially in game with very, very important offensive rebounds down the stretch

    They also had Kukoc, who was the best international players at the time, the best 6th man, a versatile left handed player who was a matchup nightmare and a clutch shooter

    That Bulls team was stacked

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    Hiis defense and rebounding were huge for Chicago, Jordan and Pippen got their asses handed to them in 95 without a PF

    Dennis should have won Finals MVP in 96 , he was a crucial especially in game with very, very important offensive rebounds down the stretch
    Still wasn't part of any big 3. How many AS games did Rodman play in during his Chicago days?

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    Still wasn't part of any big 3.
    Yes he was
    I know Rodman ed up the Spurs plans in the 95 WCF but donít be salty

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    Yes he was
    I know Rodman ed up the Spurs plans in the 95 WCF but donít be salty
    Rodman didn't even make the AS selection.

    I guess Patty Mills was part of a big 3.

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    Rodman didn't even make the AS selection.

    I guess Patty Mills was part of a big 3.
    And?


    AS votes are a popularity contests and fans want to see points

    Just because Rodman didnít average 20 ppg it doesnít mean he wasnít huge for Chicago

    He was part of the big 3, Jordan went out of his way to get Rodmsn to the team during a playoffs or Finals series, all the way to Vegas and to Dennisí hotel room if he was not important he wouldnít have bothered

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    And?


    AS votes are a popularity contests and fans want to see points

    Just because Rodman didnít average 20 ppg it doesnít mean he wasnít huge for Chicago

    He was part of the big 3, Jordan went out of his way to get Rodmsn to the team during a playoffs or Finals series, all the way to Vegas and to Dennisí hotel room if he was not important he wouldnít have bothered
    Rodman was very very good when he was motivated. Kind of had a similar game to Ben Wallace but was at his best even better and could defend both big and small.

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