Fob has some terrible trades. Anthony Davis for Derozan?! You suck man.
DeRozan also gets a consistent 38 minutes per game versus Davis who has to share playing time with Ryan Anderson. who, i might add, is arguably the better player of the two at this point of their careers. the difference in playing time factors into how consistent they will be. Not to mention DeRozan is Toronto's go-to scorer right now. what's Davis' role on the Hornets? if it wasn't for the fact that i need another big man on my team, i will NOT even THINK about trading DeRozan for Davis.
Last edited by FOBolous; 12-24-2012 at 03:54 PM.
Rockets | Texans | Astros
“There's gon' be some stuff you gon' see
that's gon' make it hard to smile in the future.
But through whatever you see,
through all the rain and the pain,
you gotta keep your sense of humor.
You gotta be able to smile through all this *******.
Looking for a PG with assists number above 6.
Offering these players (individually or as a package)
SF/PF Andrei Kirilenko
PF/C Kosta Koufos
PF/C Luis Scola
SF/SG Gerald Henderson
PG/SG George Hill
Last edited by WhiteSoxGod; 12-26-2012 at 03:27 AM.
SO TELL ME AGAIN HOW TIM TEBOW CAN'T PLAY QB IN THE NFL
you do realize there are only 9 players in the whole nba averaging >7 APG right?
looks like i was wrong about Wall. He said he'll return sometime in January. according to this article, he'll be back with a veangance: http://aol.sportingnews.com/nba/stor...awford-wizards
good for whoever picked him up. don't know why Washington will let him come back though....they're not going to get to the playoffs no matter what. and Wall coming back and playing well will just hurt their chance at getting a high pick. eh. oh well. i'm not Washington's management. it's not my place to say what they'll doAfter a second season in which he made minimal progress and a third derailed thus far by injury, Wall sees players like Kyrie Irving and Ricky Rubio passing him up—and he doesn't like it.
Not coincidentally, Irving led the Cleveland Cavaliers past Washington, 87-84, Wednesday night; the 2011 No. 1 pick had 26 points, eight rebounds and six assists.
"If you look at the list of the point guards of the future, I'm not up there," Wall told Yahoo! Sports on Wednesday. "That gives more motivation to me when I get back to show the NBA what I really have to give to the league. They will respect me again. …
"Everybody will see. I won't do the talking. I will let my game do the talking."
holy crap did i sneak out a great week. went 6-3 by winning points by 3 and rebounds by 2. 36-35-1, not bad after having my stud big man miss almost the first month