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    Nyk Logo Dirk in 2010?

    In the recent list of free agents for 2010

    it mentions a PF/C in Dirk Nowitzki available

    what are your thoughts?

    I ll put him at Center and rain Threes ALL DAY!

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    Uhh, no thanks. I'd rather have Lebron, Wade, Bosh, and a lot of other players then Dirk. He's a soft, jump-shooting 7 footer. How's that gonna help our interior defense?

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    Originally Posted by JayJ44
    Uhh, no thanks. I'd rather have Lebron, Wade, Bosh, and a lot of other players then Dirk. He's a soft, jump-shooting 7 footer. How's that gonna help our interior defense?
    He's really good at standing there doing nothing. That should help...oh wait.

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    but we already have a slooow white boy at center...

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    Originally Posted by paris401
    but we already have a slooow white boy at center...


    *waits for the lee stans*

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    Originally Posted by paris401
    but we already have a slooow white boy at center...
    But if you get Dirk you could have a slooow white boy at center who has 0 post game. What's better than that?

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    So, KG or Dirk?

    Garnett's versatility is beyond reproach. By the time he hangs it up he will not be the best big man ever to play the game, but he may well be the best all-around big. Right now he is No. 1 in the NBA in efficiency, which measures all statistical categories. The fact that he gets 22.7 points and 12.6 rebounds is impressive enough, but he also gets 4.3 assists, 1.67 blocks and 1.3 steals.

    Nowitzki, not nearly as nimble-footed, can't begin to match the blocks (0.86) or the steals (0.7). He is not a defensive stalwart. The question is whether his offense pushes him past Garnett. Nowitzki is averaging 25.4 points on 50 percent shooting, 9.6 rebounds and 3.5 assists. He is a much more accurate marksman than Garnett, and, further, much more dangerous since he shoots almost 43 percent from three-point range. Garnett is practically a nullity from the arc (8-of-44 for the season).

    "Here's what I consider to be the difference between them," says one head coach. "Garnett will wear you down the whole game and you'll be reminded every minute of how good he is. But in the end, Dirk will be the one to beat you. Right now, he's the most dangerous offensive player in the league, and I'm including Kobe Bryant in that."

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    Originally Posted by JayJ44
    Uhh, no thanks. I'd rather have Lebron, Wade, Bosh, and a lot of other players then Dirk. He's a soft, jump-shooting 7 footer. How's that gonna help our interior defense?
    He can give you 20 points and 10 rebounds and play some D. An all star.

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    NO..............

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    Originally Posted by Paul1355
    He can give you 20 points and 10 rebounds and play some D. An all star.
    At best, he's an average defender and that's being generous. 10 rebounds is not a big deal for a 7 footer (I wish some would tell that to Eddy Curry). There's a problem with the way he gets his points. He shouldn't be on the outside shooting 3's. What's the point of having a 7 footer that only shoots? He's a solid player, but he is so overrated.

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    Originally Posted by JayJ44
    At best, he's an average defender and that's being generous. 10 rebounds is not a big deal for a 7 footer (I wish some would tell that to Eddy Curry). There's a problem with the way he gets his points. He shouldn't be on the outside shooting 3's. What's the point of having a 7 footer that only shoots? He's a solid player, but he is so overrated.
    NO to Dirk... yes to Chris Bosh!!!!

    C - Chris Bosh
    PF - Wilson Chandler
    SF - Danilo Gallinari
    SG - Joe Johnson
    PG - Nate Robinson

    Bench:

    David Lee
    Mardy Collins

    Ah, ok, Lebron James is the target, sorry

    It'll be tough for Donnie to get us under the cap... he's gonna have to get rid of every other player on this roster, which may require dealing one of the young guns to make it happen.

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    Originally Posted by NYKNICKS4LIFE
    In the recent list of free agents for 2010

    it mentions a PF/C in Dirk Nowitzki available

    what are your thoughts?

    I ll put him at Center and rain Threes ALL DAY!
    LMAO!!1one

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    Please not...when you're living in Germany, anything you hear, see or read about the Nba starts with Nowitzki....it's really annoying...

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    We have Gallo. I'm not saying Gallo is definitely going to be an All-Star, but their games are very similar. We don't need Dirk.

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    Originally Posted by portega1968
    NO to Dirk... yes to Chris Bosh!!!!

    C - Chris Bosh
    PF - Wilson Chandler
    SF - Danilo Gallinari
    SG - Joe Johnson
    PG - Nate Robinson

    Bench:

    David Lee
    Mardy Collins

    Ah, ok, Lebron James is the target, sorry

    It'll be tough for Donnie to get us under the cap... he's gonna have to get rid of every other player on this roster, which may require dealing one of the young guns to make it happen.
    I like that lineup...are we going to be able to afford or even get Joe Johnson and Bosh in 2010? Little chance we get both, even one of them. No one knows what all stars will be a solid lock to go in the free agency this early. So much can happen in 2 years. Lebron, Wade, and Bosh are what we are hoping is on the market.

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