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    Game 9 (11-16-12): Sixers (4-4) vs. Jazz (4-5)


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    Wait bell is being bought out? cool lets sign him for the min.

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    I don't watch Utah play too often, but I've sometimes wondered about Millsap at SF. Looking at his body, it seems like he's at least interested in that position instead of bulking up. And his offensive game has expanded over time. The question would just be whether or not he could defend on the perimeter. I'm not sure of that answer.
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    Game 9 (11-16-12): Sixers (4-4) vs. Jazz (4-5)

    I havent watched much either, but apparently hes pretty good at the 3 in big lineups


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    Wouldn't it be nice if we could trade for him, and he was good enough defensively on the perimeter to start at SF?.....then play a smattering of undersized PF when needed.
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    Game 9 (11-16-12): Sixers (4-4) vs. Jazz (4-5)

    Probaby could


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    With ET/Jrue at guard....and Millsap at SF, we'd often have a low post option in the starting lineup, even with Bynum on the bench. Of course this is taking the extreme leap of faith that Collins would even utilize that tool in his shed instead of letting it collect dust.
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    From a talent/depth standpoint, it's gonna come down to our backcourt/wings against their front line rotation. Which team's advantage will make the biggest difference?

    Their physicality/rebounding advantage will probably tilt the scale. I just hope we can overcome that with some high energy, some fast break points, and some hot shooting.

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    so in other words, we lose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    so in other words, we lose?
    Yeah probably haha. Was trying to put a positive spin on this one, but Utah is a bad match up for us even when we're not playing like dog ****.

    If we can just come out with some fire, along with some good ball movement and shooting, we can win. It's not like Utah is a great team, but they are a bad match up for us regardless.

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    Other than the rebounding difficulties, I think we match up pretty well. The big issue to me....does our coaching staff and floor leaders understand how to use their matchup advantages? Survey says: NO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wannabGM View Post
    Other than the rebounding difficulties, I think we match up pretty well. The big issue to me....does our coaching staff and floor leaders understand how to use their matchup advantages? Survey says: NO.
    Please identify them.

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    It's going to be hard to watch until ET is benched.


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    Gotta consider jru, Thad, and jrich right now.

    Jru and Thad aren't vocal leaders but jru is the qb and those to have the ability to lead the team with effort. Jrich is. The only veteran presence on the team so id like to see him be more vocal.

    This along with interior toughness is why the team desperately misses brand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Answerback03 View Post
    Gotta consider jru, Thad, and jrich right now.

    Jru and Thad aren't vocal leaders but jru is the qb and those to have the ability to lead the team with effort. Jrich is. The only veteran presence on the team so id like to see him be more vocal.

    This along with interior toughness is why the team desperately misses brand
    hard to be a follower of the leader turns the ball over 8 times a game.

    Many at very choke-like times.

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