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    JC is a good player, he just needs to be more aggressive overall.

    I'm really worried that, with the current lineup, minutes will be a serious issue, especially at SG and PF. I like getting Nate at 21, but let's be real:

    with Marbury spending about 40 mins. a game running the point, and Crawford needing minutes, as well as Q and spot mins. for Nate, I'd atleast understand from that point of view why Isiah would trade Marbury - forget the other issues. But maybe Zeke'll pull off a trade that balances the roster and makes dealing Marbury unnecessary.

    All we can do is wait and see...

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    ray allen agreed to stay with seattle so end of dicsussion.

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    allen is back with seattle,as is the coach,so now i guesss we can stop talking bout them

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    apparently 85 million extension.. i dont see how you can turn that down..

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    all abt the money these days... if i played for the lakers and they offered me 50 mil and knicks offered me the minimum i would play for ny

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    Originally Posted by ny3nyk
    all abt the money these days... if i played for the lakers and they offered me 50 mil and knicks offered me the minimum i would play for ny


    ur so full of ****, and you know it.


    if someone offered me 50 Mill. to play for the Bangcok international suck ballz team, I'd accept in a heartbeat. But I see what you're trying to say:

    NY is like your wife, and you'd never cheat on her.

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    Neither- Ray's too old. We are going young.

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    Redd would have been a better fit then Allen. And the Bucks already offered him 6 years.

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    I got a feeling Redd will choose Cleveland. He'll make more bonus money there, plus he has roots there, plus the average dollars are the same, PLUS he'll be winning there.

    It's a no brainer. He doesnt strike me as the selfish type. One year shouldnt make him give up all the things he can gain as Lebron's sidekick.

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    Bucks got a decent team at Bogurt at Center TJ Ford PG Desmond Mason at SF(even tho he plays the 2) and Redd at 2

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    If I'm Redd, I go to Cleveland. Plain and simple. He'll be so frustrated in Milwaukee, and it'll have been only b/c of his "need" for that 6th guaranteed year.


    please...

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    I would go to Cleveland also but they gotta get a decent PG also/ Jeff and Snow arent getting the job done

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    Redd is overrated. He's a lot like Houston. He can score and shoot it, but doesn't do much else and certainly isn't an All-NBA type at this point because he doesn't make players around him any better. The best player on a terrible team is rarely worth a max deal. In Cleveland he could have a nice career next to LeBron though.

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    Jeff has been cut, and if they're able to get Redd, Snow will be fine if they can't sign Antonio Daniels or someone else. A backup PG will be far easier to find.


    And remember: if Cleveland can't sign Redd, Hughes, or JJ for some reason, we might be able to reach a Marbury deal /w/ them...

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    Originally Posted by Ted
    Redd is overrated. He's a lot like Houston. He can score and shoot it, but doesn't do much else and certainly isn't an All-NBA type at this point because he doesn't make players around him any better. The best player on a terrible team is rarely worth a max deal. In Cleveland he could have a nice career next to LeBron though.

    and if history has taught us anything, guys like Houston and Redd get SUPER MAXED OUT contracts.



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