Type: Posts; User: RLundi
I think Harris will end up showing how good a player he is this season. I've never been a Harris supporter but I think he'll break out this year and earn a decent contract. In a few years, just like...
In a couple of seasons when average players are making $15M a year, thisl deal will look much better.
This is going to look like a pretty good deal in a few years when average players are making $15M a year. I don't love it now but I understand it.
I don't see Randle averaging 15pts a game with Kobe, Booz, Young and Lin as options before he is.
I think he'll average closer to 9 and 5 tbh.
2-year contract :sigh:
Damn I wish I would've seen this before upgrading my DirecTV package $20 more per month :( I did that solely to watch the Magic games. I think I may cry.
Don't care about anyone else. Maybe Rondo but not enough to list him.
Was hoping he'd sign with the Wolves :sigh:
I wonder how. But honestly, this story is so tired and redundant. I mean, honesty who even cares anymore?
That W is pretty hideous.
I thought Clippersfan86 made this thread at first.
If you're going to critique anyone's grammar or spelling, you better make damn sure yours is pristine. It isn't. There are mistakes here.
Even if that were true, it doesn't negate the lack of impact Hill seems to have on the floor. That would be like Pippen continuously deferring to Jordan every single possession. But they were both...
Ahh, yes, very good, not low. My mistake.
The sentiment is unchanged though; it's probably closer to about half of the teams than majority that have an above average starting point guard.
I agree wholeheartedly. And I apologize for seeming hostile.
But thumbing through the posts, all of your arguments center on Hill somehow being a better fit in a system that literally disallows...
You're totally wrong here. Hill gets paid far less because Kyrie is a far better player, simple as that. In no way is Hill a better option than Irving, it doesn't matter what the system is. Kyrie is...
He will fade into obscurity.
Bad. Very bad.
Nearly every single statistic disagrees with you. Watching their play should solidify which player is better. You're basing Hill being better on the fact that he's older and...
I thought this was a thing where he was traded to a team and immediately retired so that he could end his career with that team.
3-4 teams lacking a very good starting PG seems pretty low. "Very low" is subjective anyway but still, 3-4?? I don't think so. It's closer to 10-12. Off the top of my head:
If you're going to divide it by conference, one team per conference would be appropriate. But 2, for a total of 4? Too much.
I think the current is too much too. Like, who really cares about being...