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View Poll Results: Do you think Monta would fit in with this year's team?

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  • Yes

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  • No

    12 80.00%
  • MAYBE

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  1. #16
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    We don't have the cap space to sign him so...

  2. #17
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    He's going to get paid a lot in Free Agency. He ain't coming here.

  3. #18
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    I can't see a team dumb enough to give him a lot of money. In this day of age, where advanced stats are dominant in every front office, I can't see it.

    What team would or could? What team will?

  4. #19
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    No

  5. #20
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    Sign him to a max deal and start him at C.
    49ers, Athletics, Warriors = Life!


    49ers = 6-4
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    2 posts and you start a thread? smh both your posts are threads...n u dont contribute for squat.

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  7. #22
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    No way Monta opts out of his final year for $11M. He probably knows he won't get that kind of money again even though he'll try. If he does opt out, he'll be looking for a raise or a long term contract that is decent such as 5 years and $40M. If he does pick up his option, then I can see the Bucks trading him next season for a team looking for talent and expiring contracts, but I wouldn't want him to be a Warrior again. His game is based solely on his speed and athleticism. As that starts to diminish, so will his effectiveness since he improved very little with his ball handling skills. He'll fade like Moochie Norris, who couldn't go right to save his life and as soon as teams figured it out, he was out of the league.

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    Monta is expected to opt out...

  9. #24
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    He's a Bucks, and he's always gonna be a Bucks.



    Playoff Bochy.



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