I can definitely live with that.
Agent and/or team played the media well in having us think that there was this huge gap in what the team was offering and Jrue wanted.
TerminH1NK13Originally Posted by Sam Hinkie
Trade Turner. He's so bad.
Though completely irrelevant.
“I don’t do five year plans — other organizations do, I guess.” - Ruben Amaro Jr
I'll take 41/4 with incentives to 46/4. Hopefully the incentives are tough ones. Cool, I can def live with this.
This means bynum better play, be really really good, and resign...
Or else mediocrity looms.
ahhh... the good ole days
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Is there a situation where if Bynum did not play "really really well" that mediocrity wasn't inevitable with this team? The roster minus Bynum screams not bad enough but not good enough either. Jrue's extension didn't change that. It's still a very movable deal if that's the route you want to travel.
It's a good deal for a above average PG that's still only 23...been in the playoffs a couple of years and has yet to hit he prime of his career...Good deal... for both
I picture Holliday being a 14-17 ppg / 8-12 apg type of point guard....especially once Bynum starts playing on a regular basis....so this deal should be in line with other guards of those types of numbers...
Oddly all the harsh comments have subsided. No lambasting Sixers for making the deal? I heard it was impossible for holiday to get paid now at almost the exact number I projected.
Currently the best player on team. Better than Lawson. Better than curry. Better than Jennings. Better deal.
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