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  1. #26
    TheDrewShow is salty lefty's Avatar
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    Tim Duncan didn't sit out in Seattle and force a trade.
    He got cucked tho

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    Torn ACL Incoming..

    And he is a FA.. So what does LA Re-Sign him when he won't play next season? And So Long Paul George.
    They don't have to "re-sign" him because he'll opt-in anyhow with his player option to rehab on their dime and look towards FA in the next off-season.

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    They don't have to "re-sign" him because he'll opt-in anyhow with his player option to rehab on their dime and look towards FA in the next off-season.
    Got it I see he has a 36 mil player option.. Ouch...

    36 mil to not be around the team ever.. And Rehab at home LOL!!

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    Got it I see he has a 36 mil player option.. Ouch...

    36 mil to not be around the team ever.. And Rehab at home LOL!!
    That'll make a cool $56 million he stole from both the Spurs and Clippers combined.

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    Got it I see he has a 36 mil player option.. Ouch...

    36 mil to not be around the team ever.. And Rehab at home LOL!!
    It wouldn't be the first time he's done this.

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    LOL clippers...this is the only legit curse in sports. The they cant get out of the 2nd round curse. Yet dont be shocked if they beat the Jazz who seem to be doing their own disappearing act

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    They don't have to "re-sign" him because he'll opt-in anyhow with his player option to rehab on their dime and look towards FA in the next off-season.
    Imo some team out there will give him a long term super max knowing that he’ll spend the first year of it rehabbing, it’s a gamble teams will always take when there’s such a shortage of superstar talent in a league where you need it to compete.

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    Imo some team out there will give him a long term super max knowing that he’ll spend the first year of it rehabbing, it’s a gamble teams will always take when there’s such a shortage of superstar talent in a league where you need it to compete.
    I mean you're not wrong... Ex; Kevin Durant.

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    Imo some team out there will give him a long term super max knowing that he’ll spend the first year of it rehabbing, it’s a gamble teams will always take when there’s such a shortage of superstar talent in a league where you need it to compete.
    I could see the Knicks,Hornets, throwing the max at him. Both teams are desperate for a superstar.

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    It wouldn't be the first time he's done this.
    Oh we know. He is a ing mute who does whatever the he pleases..

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    Wow. Never want to see anyone with an ACL injury. He's been balling this post season
    that, I hope that is snapped and they botch the surgery so he ends up with Uncle Dennis having to wipe his ass.

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    Wow. Never want to see anyone with an ACL injury. He's been balling this post season
    Big Picture NBA insisting on such a short rest caused all this.. And this upcoming offseason will again be short. More injuries to come..

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    Really should have done a 50 game season, but owners and players both wanted that full television contract which required 70 games and now we have a complete cluster of a postseason to show for it.

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    Really should have done a 50 game season, but owners and players both wanted that full television contract which required 70 games and now we have a complete cluster of a postseason to show for it.
    I’m fine with it since it’s the best chance the Suns have had to no longer be the Chicago Cubs of the NBA since 2007

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    Kawhi bailed on the final two years of his contract with the Spurs.
    Let us proceed.

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    I could see the Knicks,Hornets, throwing the max at him. Both teams are desperate for a superstar.
    The Knicks definitely will but I think the Clippers throw the max at him first, unless the Knicks offer them something really compelling in a sign and trade but the Knicks don’t have any assets to make that worth it.

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    Really should have done a 50 game season, but owners and players both wanted that full television contract which required 70 games and now we have a complete cluster of a postseason to show for it.
    No pity from me they did 70 games, but were too pussy to load manage.

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    Imo some team out there will give him a long term super max knowing that he’ll spend the first year of it rehabbing, it’s a gamble teams will always take when there’s such a shortage of superstar talent in a league where you need it to compete.
    yeah but his knees are ed which he was warned about before someone said he'd sign with NY, doubtful they'd eat him alive for not playing when he shouldn't

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    Sperm fans celebrating injuries now

    But in 06 when Seattle cheered ol Jim Duncan having an ouchie on his ankle then it was all “they are classless! How can they cheer an injury”

    Spurs aren't playing the sonics tbqh we have no vested interest besides schadenfreude
    Truth nukes right there
    outta here with that lefty

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    yeah but his knees are ed which he was warned about before someone said he'd sign with NY, doubtful they'd eat him alive for not playing when he shouldn't
    Not sure what you’re saying here but remember the Knicks signed Amare in 2010 after the Suns’ training staff (which at the time was considered the most elite training staff in the league) told Sarver that Amare’s knees had 2 good years left and were a major risk after that which turned out to be a spot on diagnosis, and Kawhi is comparatively a more complete player than Amare was back then. Point being the Knicks are so desperate to be able to show the ability to sign all star talent in free agency that they’ll take major injury risk.

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    Not sure what you’re saying here but remember the Knicks signed Amare in 2010 after the Suns’ training staff (which at the time was considered the most elite training staff in the league) told Sarver that Amare’s knees had 2 good years left and were a major risk after that which turned out to be a spot on diagnosis, and Kawhi is comparatively a more complete player than Amare was back then. Point being the Knicks are so desperate to be able to show the ability to sign all star talent in free agency that they’ll take major injury risk.
    what i'm saying is for kawhi to be effective he needs to not play, and that media market will be on his ass if he's not playing.

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    "......The Clippers had said on Tuesday that Leonard was fine after not being listed on the injury report ahead of this crucial Game 5. Now, Leonard appears to be out for at least Wednesday and could be in danger of missing the rest of the series. This could mean Leonard went for an MRI or additional testing yesterday that revealed something else, something potentially more serious. That’s the only reason you would think Kawhi would miss such a big game."

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    what i'm saying is for kawhi to be effective he needs to not play, and that media market will be on his ass if he's not playing.
    I agree with that.

    He shouldn’t have left Toronto. It’s a great city and he had a home there.

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    I agree with that.

    He shouldn’t have left Toronto. It’s a great city and he had a home there.
    Without tons of pressure.. They are chill there, and he won a ring and finals MVP for them.. He had nothing left to prove to the fans in Toronto. They would have cheered him on every time he took the court regardless of the outcome.. But Unc and La La Land beckoned..

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