Said **** it im not wasting this season so we can try and sign someone like Dwight Howard or Dwilliams or CP3 next season.. Lets build to win now. So he got chandler, and it has turned us into a team that actually PLAYS DEFENSE.. Yeah sometimes we get lazy but what team doesn't at this point? Were are 1000 times better on the defensive end then we were last year.
So smart to hang on to that 2.5 million and not waste it on crap like Shawne Williams or mike redd or whoever else was hanging around. Especially seeing as how he went out and got steve novak who is the same player except 10 times better at hitting the three, which was all Williams was good for anyways
Hes done a great job so far. How he put together such a good roster with no cap space is impressive.
Feb 16, 2012, 23:18
"hey shump your offensive game is showing flashes of stardom and you're playing defense as good as anyone in the division but **** you"
Feb 16, 2012, 23:23
Originally Posted by amazinz5
Y U SO MAD personal attack personal attack
it'd be really easy to admit you 100% contradicted yourself and should never be a mod and just end this
You're that type of dude who takes a long time to get over his ex.
pussies cant handle the truth. maybe (not) someday he'll be able to grow up and have a mature discussion, or learn that only ****ty boxers and people that arent tough need to talk about being good boxers or being tough on the internet.
Low risk high reward. This is Crazy!! A month ago we were front court heavy, no depth in the backcourt.
Now it's as if we drafted J. Lin , J.R. smith and BDiddy.
Knicks getting to be a really deep team outta nowhere. And it cost the team about :2cents:.
If this team can gel...OH My Damn!!
He's basically an all star talent, always been.
Feb 17, 2012, 07:49
I would trade Douglas, Walker and Balkman to the Bobats for a 2nd round pick, they need depth and we need to clear room. None of those guys would serve a purpose on this team.
Feb 17, 2012, 09:45
This was top-secret stuff. Big stakes. Promises. Intrigue. The stuff of an international NBA spy thriller. It was more than an hour before tip off at the Rose Garden on Thursday and I found Los Angeles Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro in the visiting coach's office, circling jersey numbers his lineup card.
I introduced myself to Del Negro. Then, told him I wasn't as interested in talking about the Blazers-Clippers game as I was talking about the other big game. You know, the one that had the Clippers coach text messaging promises to free-agent guard J.R. Smith, locked up in a do-or-die recruiting battle with the New York Knicks.