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    Default Donte Greene

    Now I know Greene has been hot early and it's too early to say he will play like this for the whole season, but he reminds me of a young Rashard Lewis before he stopped driving to the basket and settled for 3s all the time. We know Sacramento liked Nate last season, why not swap Robinson for Greene? In that case I'd like to move Chandler as well. Greene is a matchup nightmare at 6-11 with his shooting stroke and pairing him with Gallo on the perimeter would be deadly, and we'd be moving towards the "5 players over 6'8"" that D'Antoni said was his dream lineup. If we somehow managed to get a pick in this years draft, can you imagine a lineup like:

    PG- LeBron
    SG- Evan Turner
    SF- Donte Greene
    PF- Gallo
    C- ?

    Dreaming, I know

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    reason for not trading for nate this year

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    Tyreke evans

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    I like D.Green but he kinda reminds me a little of Al Harrington? Likes to play outside a little to much for being 6'9"+ and dosen't play very hard on the defensive side of the court. He should fit right in :P

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    Donte greene is a lying bitch... Said he wasn't going to leave SU... He left! *******! hahaha j/k

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    Originally Posted by SgtOrange
    Now I know Greene has been hot early and it's too early to say he will play like this for the whole season, but he reminds me of a young Rashard Lewis before he stopped driving to the basket and settled for 3s all the time. We know Sacramento liked Nate last season, why not swap Robinson for Greene? In that case I'd like to move Chandler as well. Greene is a matchup nightmare at 6-11 with his shooting stroke and pairing him with Gallo on the perimeter would be deadly, and we'd be moving towards the "5 players over 6'8"" that D'Antoni said was his dream lineup. If we somehow managed to get a pick in this years draft, can you imagine a lineup like:

    PG- LeBron
    SG- Evan Turner
    SF- Donte Greene
    PF- Gallo
    C- ?

    Dreaming, I know
    Lebron James is not a point guard.

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    He should have stayed at SU. Zero b-ball IQ on that kid. One more year under Boeheim and he would have been a lotery pick and a starter. He lost millions by leaving to early..At least he could buy a used BMW.

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    Originally Posted by LeFlume
    He should have stayed at SU. Zero b-ball IQ on that kid. One more year under Boeheim and he would have been a lotery pick and a starter. He lost millions by leaving to early..At least he could buy a used BMW.
    We made shirts pleading with him to stay at SU, "Don'te Leave"




    And I couldnt agree more, He stays and gets more time to develop he makes ALOT more money.... and is without question a top 10 pick

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    Originally Posted by AlboKnickFan
    Lebron James is not a point guard.
    Have you seen him play? He takes the ball up the court most of the time and pretty much acts as Clevelands PG. They put him in screen and roll situations all the time, and he is one of the best passers in the league. No matter what the lineup says he's Clevelands primary ball handler and is a deadly pick and roll player.

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    Originally Posted by Giants89FLY
    We made shirts pleading with him to stay at SU, "Don'te Leave"




    And I couldnt agree more, He stays and gets more time to develop he makes ALOT more money.... and is without question a top 10 pick
    Yeah he could have been great, but I think he would have made Cuse worse. Flynn needed the ball in his hands to be effective and Greene was a chucker. Definitely dont need him this year with Wes.

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