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21 Sep 2017 16:51:09
Where do you think Lebron plays next year.

I'll go 45 percent chance he stats in Cleveland. 20 percent chance of the Lakers. 30 percent chance he ends up forming a super team with Melo, Wade and Paul wherever they can find a team with cap space. 5 percent chance of Houston, Minnesota, San Antonio or Milwaukee.

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20 Sep 2017 23:37:56
Boston: Hernangomez

NY: Larkin+ 1rnd pick Boston 2018

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20 Sep 2017 13:30:39
Team One: Thomas, Westbrook, George, LeBron and Love
Bench: Rose, Thompson, Smith, Crowder, Adams, Kanter & Roberson

Vs

Team A: Curry, Irving, Thompson, Durant and Green
Bench: Hayward, Horford, Smart, Iguodala, Pachullia, Young and McGee

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20 Sep 2017 05:35:15
What team could Aaron Gordon blossom with?

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20 Sep 2017 16:22:27
I would say Houston. Dantoni's system turns good athletes into great scorers. He's a poor shooter at this point, but with the looks he would get there, the green light he would have, and the elite passers throwing him the ball, he could become a much better shooter. His ability to play the four and run the floor like a gazelle would be perfect in the fast pace. Plus he is a great finisher in transition. On the other side, if they get other teams playing fast, his shot blocking, length and athleticism could be used to stop fast breaks and steal possessions. Which is really the most you can ask for from a Dantoni defense.

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18 Sep 2017 20:07:14
MKE and Denver

Henson and Parker for Faried and Barton

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17 Sep 2017 16:22:04
What do you think the league should do with the lottery? Personally, I don't mind teams tanking. It's really the only way small market teams can compete with the big market teams long term, but if they truly want to fix tanking, I think they should make make all of the lottery picks drawn instead of just the first 3. They should even out the odds and give the worst 22 teams (or the bottom 4 seeds in the playoffs in each conference, but that might just make the conferences even more unbalanced), a chance in the lottery. If their is only a 4 percent difference between the 22nd worst team and the 11th worst and a 4 percent difference between the 11th worst team and the worst team, would it really be worth it to tank? Also teams that don't have a shot at winning a series wouldn't be penalized for making the playoffs at that point.

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20 Sep 2017 23:32:34
I like the idea, bringing the bottom playoff teams into the lottery.
It's a chance for mediocre teams to improve, without breaking up the core.

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16 Sep 2017 11:43:01
East players focus on becoming an allstar player.. guys like Porzingis, Whiteside, Beal, Turner or Embiid, any of them could be an allstar player this season..

While west players or teams are focus on playoffs, teams like Spurs, Rockets, Thunder and Wolves would challenge Warriors in the West Championship and teams like Clippers, Nuggets, Pelicans Grizzlies, Blazers and Jazz are all have chances to be in the playoffs..

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15 Sep 2017 20:14:21
With Bogut deemed healed enough to play ball again where do you see him going.. Spurs? Boston? ??

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16 Sep 2017 00:50:17
Boston probably makes the most sense with only two proven big men on their roster and their problems on the boards. They probably could offer him the most time. The Cavs and Spurs could probably use him as well. There is always a chance someone with more money could swoop in though.

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18 Sep 2017 14:03:09
4 teams emerge suitors: spurs, celtics, jazz and bucks.
Spurs replacing Lee with Bogut. Celitics could start Bogut and make Horford a PF.

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18 Sep 2017 19:03:13
I agree with both of you.

I also think Cavs could swoop in and stop him from going to Bos or Spurs paying him more.

Horford would be better at the 4.

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20 Sep 2017 19:47:35
Lakers for the league minimum. I didn't expect that. And what was the point? You think he could have atleast found a team with some of the MLE left that would sign him or a real contender.

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14 Sep 2017 15:30:47
Who's your current top 10 NBA players??

Mine would be:
1. L. James
2. R. Westbrook
3. K. Durant
4. J. Harden
5. K. Leonard
6. S. Curry
7. A. Davis
8. C. Paul
9. G. Antetokounmpo
10. Can't decide between J. Wall or P. George =P

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14 Sep 2017 16:51:14
Lebron
Durant
Leonard
Westbrook
Harden
Curry
Paul
Davis
Giannis
Cousins.

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15 Sep 2017 00:16:01
Lebron
Westbrook
Durant
Kawhi
Harden
Curry
Paul
Davis
Giannis
Cousins.

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15 Sep 2017 07:39:15
Lebron
Kawhi
Harden
Durant
Westbrook
Giannis
Davis
Paul
Wall
Cousins.

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15 Sep 2017 18:28:23
1. Lebron
2. Durant
3. Leonard
4. Westbrook
5. Harden
6. Davis
7. Giannis
8. Hoodie Melo
9. George
10. Curry

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17 Sep 2017 19:47:15
Lebron
Leonard
Westbrook
Curry
Harden
Davis
Paul
Giannis
Wall/ George/ Butler

I'm not sure who this player named "Durant" is?

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11 Sep 2017 20:26:12
PG. Westbrook/ Curry
sg. Harden/ Butler
sf. Durant/ Leonard
pf. Davis/ KAT
c. Cousins/ Jokic

VS.

pg. Wall/ Irving
sg. Derozan/ Beal
sf. Antentokounmpo/ Anthony
pf. Lebron/ Porzingis
c. Embiid/ Howard

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12 Sep 2017 03:43:30
Hayward instead of Anthony.

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16 Sep 2017 20:05:08
Howard over Whiteside/ Horford?

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