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  • Posted 07/09/2014 08:42:41 EDT

    And on top of that JBJ was one of the better hitters with runners in scoring position when he was hitting fairly horribly early on. He will wind up being a good enough hitter to hold his own in the ba more »

  • Posted 07/09/2014 08:11:21 EDT

    And this sparked a question to ask...how many of the folks who are wanting to give up on JBJ now are the same people who hated the Iglesias trade? I'm not looking for anyone to start slamming anyone e more »

  • Posted 06/30/2014 08:37:14 EDT

    I've been saying that there's 3 positions you can deal with a mediocre offensive output as long as the defense is great: CF, SS, and C. You don't want all three to be below par, but you can deal with more »

  • Posted 06/24/2014 06:22:57 EDT

    Not only do they want him, they're willing to deal with that Smith contract just to get him to stay! Danny could probably get a huge haul for him. I'm thinking Thomas, Mclemore, the #8 plus! It would more »

  • Posted 06/24/2014 06:11:19 EDT

    There's a good amount of teams who will be looking to clear cap space to try to land both of these guys, if not just one of them. With the stock of picks and trade exceptions, the C's are in a pretty more »

  • Posted 06/20/2014 10:07:41 EDT

    I honestly wouldn't have a huge issue with the Sox being the ones waving the white flag (as tough as that is to say). It's the right year for it, coming off a championship and with a ton of talent com more »

  • Posted 06/20/2014 09:41:33 EDT

    I really do love the mentality that Theo started here though. Build your team from within, but have the financial versatility to go out and get a FA as well. It's going to be interesting to see this t more »

  • Posted 06/20/2014 08:58:52 EDT

    I'd wonder if the Magic might think Rondo worth the #4. They're going to go PG more than likely anyway. Would they rather take a veteran guy like Rondo than a flier on a project like Smart or a virtua more »

  • Posted 06/19/2014 07:47:37 EDT

    I do it in a heartbeat, especially when you have the #17 in this deep of a draft to get a safe, solid pick. You can take the flier on a potential all time guy (if the Hakeem comparisons come true) if more »

  • Posted 06/16/2014 02:02:02 EDT

    Young is a PF, not a SF. He's a good player, but if both Sully and KO are on the team, he adds to a glut there.

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  • Posted 06/01/2014 07:42:49 EDT

    At the very worst, Holt is boosting his trade value.

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  • Posted 06/01/2014 07:32:15 EDT

    I really hope they don't give up everything for this guy. I would love to see him in green, but not at the expense of the entire future of the team.

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  • Posted 06/01/2014 06:18:06 EDT

    I agree with Rame that two first rounders and Anthony is more than fair value for Hayward. I agree with Fierce that it won't (and shouldn't) happen. The problem is it's overpaying. Can we all just get more »

  • Forum Post: Anti SARIC Thread

    Posted 05/30/2014 02:25:01 EDT

    I wouldn't spend the 6 on him, but I think his talent is worth the 17 if he falls that far. I'm also hoping Green gets traded, so there wouldn't be a redundant skill set.

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  • Posted 05/29/2014 08:56:59 EDT

    If he fell to 17 I take him in a heartbeat. I think someone will call his bluff first. There's also teams who might like the fact he doesn't want to come over yet.

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  • Posted 05/22/2014 09:29:15 EDT

    That would be a pretty good deal for both the Warriors and Wolves, but why would you give up a #1 for Lee and Brewer? Giving away a #1 is not worth it to just get rid of Wallace.

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  • Posted 05/22/2014 09:05:45 EDT

    But the reason I bring up Lee is that he, Hump and Bass are similar players, but Lee is the most expensive. Once the trades for Lee line up, Danny swoops in with a cheaper solution.

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  • Posted 05/22/2014 09:02:13 EDT

    I think Hump is too similar to Lee. If they wanted that player they'd just keep Lee...they're looking for more of a stretch 4 to replace him. Now, I don't know if that's a great idea, especially with more »

  • Forum Post: Kings Pick at #8

    Posted 05/22/2014 08:24:34 EDT

    I still don't think Sacramento would pull off the deal they offered without a guarantee from Rondo, but he also doesn't fit what they're rumored to be looking for. They want a guy to guard the wing an more »

  • Posted 05/22/2014 08:00:52 EDT

    Keep an eye out on the market for Lee. The rumor is the Warriors are lowering their asking price for him, and that the Magic may be a good destination. Both Bass and Humphries are similar players, and more »

  • Forum Post: Kings Pick at #8

    Posted 05/22/2014 07:44:59 EDT

    The Kings apparently want to get rid of the #8 pick for a veteran player who can guard on the perimeter and shoots from outside. They feel like they need to add some veteran presence to the core they more »

  • Forum Post: Mark Cuban

    Posted 05/22/2014 07:35:52 EDT

    I have absolutely no issue with anything that Cuban said (what I've heard anyway) and actually kind of agree with a lot of it. With the two examples...I'd probably do the same thing. As a dude you alw more »

  • Posted 05/20/2014 09:28:24 EDT

    Would any of the top 4 be willing to trade their pick for Rondo? I'd say the Cavs and the 76ers are out. 2 is probably too high of a pick for the Bucks to get rid of, but I think the Magic might be wi more »

  • Posted 05/19/2014 10:48:26 EDT

    As long as it's top 4, I'm a happy man. All 4 should be very very good players. Exum seems to be left off most people's lists, but I think he's got potential to be scary good....or to be Darko. But it more »

  • Posted 05/10/2014 07:11:24 EDT

    Alright, now that the dust has settled, who should the Pats look to bring in for a look-see? I'm very surprised that Brandon Coleman didn't go. He was a guy that a lot of folks on the board were talki more »

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