I think you guys forget how good CV & KG get along lol
No way they take on both Stuckey & CV
why isn't calderon playing tonight. I have gay on my fantasy team and it said he wasn't gonna play til saturday. I just looked and he is playing tonight. Then I checked on the pistons and calderon isn't playing yet. It will be interesting to see how he fits in.
Guess I'll put this here. Jose Calderon player appreciation video, but I wanted to look at this one play in particular and show exactly what we're getting from him. He's a player with crazy vision and understanding of the Pick and Roll that rival's Nash. He understands angles, and how to get people the ball at the right moment. Most importantly he's patient. Finally, well just watch:
I don't think that's the right link phenom
I wish he was 5 years younger. "Jose to Dre" could be a staple in Blahas vocab for a decade.
we can call the two of them Jo Dre
New cap rule aids Pistons
That's because the NBA's new collective bargaining agreement added some teeth to penalties for exceeding the salary cap. Starting next season, teams over the tax threshold will pay a much steeper rate, and repeat offenders will pay dearly. Already, we're starting to see the fallout from that.
Oklahoma City couldn't afford three maximum-salary stars, so they had to unload James Harden in a trade with Houston. Memphis felt it had to dump Rudy Gay, who's still due $37 million over the next two seasons, which is what led to Wednesday's deal with Toronto and Detroit. Dumars was making his own pitch for Gay as far back as a month ago, by the way.
Teams such as Miami, Boston, Chicago, Brooklyn, New York and Golden State might face similar decisions soon. Meanwhile, teams like Detroit and Cleveland — a LeBron James reunion is possible, if you can believe it — stand to benefit.
"The flexibility right now in the NBA is a huge asset for any team," Dumars said. "The way things operate now, teams have to make moves for financial reasons. And you want to be in a position to benefit from that."
Dumars has the Pistons in position again. But they've been here before, and it hasn't always been to their benefit.
From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/2...#ixzz2JlcvmyAO
Never in a million years... But I would do it.
I wouldn't give Monroe and knight for love. I don't like barea. Love would be a terrific option next to Drummond tho. A stretch 4 that also rebounds really well. I'm just also a huge Monroe fan. Take knight and barea out and id do it
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I'm surprise you guys wouldn't like it... If anything I think Minnesota would be kinda hesitant. Roy is basically a throw away(potentially retiring), and JJ is kind of a bad contract(Knight & Rubio would be nice). IDK, I would be jumping for joy if we pulled this off, Drummond & Love would probably be the best 4 & 5 combo in the NBA IMO.
I'd do it