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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    as soon as the new ownership gets this team into the playoffs and seperates them selves... Ill stop comparing. Until then- the wins and losses are really the most important stat (sorry but they are more important than any advanced stat)
    Styles, why the **** do you use that as your go to phrase? It literally makes no sense in most conversations we are having.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppyfighter View Post
    Styles, why the **** do you use that as your go to phrase? It literally makes no sense in most conversations we are having.
    getting into the playoffs or wins and losses?
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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    getting into the playoffs or wins and losses?
    We are talking about ownership. You compared them to Chris Cohan's ownership. The ownership that spent two million dollars to get another second round draft pick.

    Even if we end up not being as good as we thought there is a concerted effort being put into this team by the ownership. This ownership is heads and toes better than Cohan's tenure. Because if this roster fails, there will be accountability on all fronts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppyfighter View Post
    We are talking about ownership. You compared them to Chris Cohan's ownership. The ownership that spent two million dollars to get another second round draft pick.

    Even if we end up not being as good as we thought there is a concerted effort being put into this team by the ownership. This ownership is heads and toes better than Cohan's tenure. Because if this roster fails, there will be accountability on all fronts.

    the fact that jackson is still employed after he said "this is a no excuse team".... shows a lack of accountability. His job was very clearly laid out for him- Playoffs.... half the teams get in, its not impossible.

    Good teams dont just sit back and see how things go when things arent looking good. The lakers started off poorly and they immediatly made changes (some might call it a knee jerk reaction).... but they arent going to wait until the lakers were 18 and 31 to just start telling the fans wait until next year... thats what the warriors do.

    The bogut expierament isnt working out.....trade him, try to do what they need to do to get this team into the playoffs. They are just hoping everything works out and there arent many proactive efforts being made. I mean they didnt even bring in a defenseive stopper to replace brandon rush. (Pietrus, Josh Howard?)
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    Like, you do realize coaches get more than one year in almost all professional sports? Especially with the previous roster construction.

    Unless your name was Al Davis. He didn't give a ****. He fired all his coaches. Traded one that sent us to the playoffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    the fact that jackson is still employed after he said "this is a no excuse team".... shows a lack of accountability. His job was very clearly laid out for him- Playoffs.... half the teams get in, its not impossible.

    Good teams dont just sit back and see how things go when things arent looking good. The lakers started off poorly and they immediatly made changes (some might call it a knee jerk reaction).... but they arent going to wait until the lakers were 18 and 31 to just start telling the fans wait until next year... thats what the warriors do.

    The bogut expierament isnt working out.....trade him, try to do what they need to do to get this team into the playoffs.
    They are just hoping everything works out and there arent many proactive efforts being made. I mean they didnt even bring in a defenseive stopper to replace brandon rush. (Pietrus, Josh Howard?)

    You don't sell low. Any GM will tell you that. Teams that sell low and buy high are the ones that suck. This is what you are advocating for.

    Pietrus and Josh Howard are both horrible. It took only nine healthy players for the Twolves to gamble on him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppyfighter View Post
    You don't sell low. Any GM will tell you that. Teams that sell low and buy high are the ones that suck. This is what you are advocating for.

    Pietrus and Josh Howard are both horrible. It took only nine healthy players for the Twolves to gamble on him.
    so when do you make the trade- do you wait for bogut to come out and say hes going to have to retire from the game? Its troy hudson all over again. You do sell low rather than wait for it to go to no value. The bucks unloaded him because they saw this coming
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    We could use Pietrus if he s still productive but it makes me wonder why no teams have signed on.



    she says go for the championship

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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    so when do you make the trade- do you wait for bogut to come out and say hes going to have to retire from the game? Its troy hudson all over again. You do sell low rather than wait for it to go to no value. The bucks unloaded him because they saw this coming
    Bucks unloaded him for Monta because they are a poorly ran organization who wanted the 8th seed.

    The important question, do you think the Boguts front office is one to emulate?

    They bought high on Udoh-Ellis and sold low on Bogut. What do you think is better long term? Not just two weeks from now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppyfighter View Post
    Bucks unloaded him for Monta because they are a poorly ran organization who wanted the 8th seed.

    The important question, do you think the Boguts front office is one to emulate?

    They bought high on Udoh-Ellis and sold low on Bogut. What do you think is better long term? Not just two weeks from now?
    its not just these 2 weeks... bogut ddint give us anything last year either. Bogut has constantly pushed back his return date... and now he is CHOOSING not to help this team win games. A well run franchise does not go after players who choose not to play when they are capable of playing. It doesnt set a good example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    its not just these 2 weeks... bogut ddint give us anything last year either. Bogut has constantly pushed back his return date... and now he is CHOOSING not to help this team win games. A well run franchise does not go after players who choose not to play when they are capable of playing. It doesnt set a good example.
    Actually, he is choosing not to play because he thinks he can be better. When he thought he was fine he asked for more minutes. His inability to do a slam dunk on the alley-oop made him more self aware that he wasn't at peak form.

    He's choosing to sit out to help the team later on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppyfighter View Post
    Actually, he is choosing not to play because he thinks he can be better. When he thought he was fine he asked for more minutes. His inability to do a slam dunk on the alley-oop made him more self aware that he wasn't at peak form.

    He's choosing to sit out to help the team later on.
    I wasnt aware he ever said it was because of a slam dunk attempt. isnt it possible that he coupld play himself back into shape though? I mean- it may take more than a week. That way, he could help the team AND play better later?

    What if it never gets better- than he is risking not helping the team now AND not helping the team later... that doesnt sound like an optimal outcome. I wouldnt even allow it to be a possability... and with the warriors... worse case scenerio with injuries is about 99.9999% whats going to be the case.
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    lol at your scenario

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppyfighter View Post
    lol at your scenario

    look at troy hudson and dejuan wagner..... still waiting on those guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    look at troy hudson and dejuan wagner..... still waiting on those guys
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