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beasted86
02-02-2013, 05:09 PM
None of the 3 have played a game this season. The Bulls are the current 3rd seed, the Pacers are the 5th seed, and the Sixers are on the outside looking in at 9th, but have the chance to overtake the Celtics due to their injuries.


All 3 teams have all-star players that have shined due to the injury of these starters.

Which of the three helps their team the most or hurt their team's record?

Stunner
02-02-2013, 05:10 PM
Rose then Bynum then Granger

Kyben36
02-02-2013, 05:18 PM
Bynum probably the best becasue the 76ers have more room to improve, the bulls still have the 3rd seed without rose, cant get that much better I think. and Granger is good but not even the best player of those 3.

Rose however is the best player clearly, but bynum will have more impact on the team.

2-ONE-5
02-02-2013, 05:19 PM
ill put Bynum first over Rose just bcuz the Bulls are playing much better without Rose compared to this Sixers without Bynum. Sixers havent had a post threat in a long time and Bynum is desperately needed right now. Also Rose relies on his superior athleticism and i doubt he gets it all back this year. as far as Granger I kno Indy needs scoring but Granger is/was pretty inefficient if i remember right? Not sure if he will help or hurt their D either.

More-Than-Most
02-02-2013, 05:26 PM
Its Bynum...We built our team around him so we are gonna struggle bad without him

Pacerlive
02-02-2013, 05:28 PM
ill put Bynum first over Rose just bcuz the Bulls are playing much better without Rose compared to this Sixers without Bynum. Sixers havent had a post threat in a long time and Bynum is desperately needed right now. Also Rose relies on his superior athleticism and i doubt he gets it all back this year. as far as Granger I kno Indy needs scoring but Granger is/was pretty inefficient if i remember right? Not sure if he will help or hurt their D either.Last year with granger the pacers were a much better scoring offense. If he stays healthy he will make them a top 10 offense.

2-ONE-5
02-02-2013, 05:56 PM
sorry no way will Granger make Indy a top 10 offense in 30 games. they are 29th in scoring and 27th in Fg% and 23rd in 3pt %. Granger is not that good to take a team that ranks that low and bring them to the top 10

xxplayerxx23
02-02-2013, 06:01 PM
It's Bynum then rose then granger. Bynum is Philly. They built the team around him. Rosť is the best player out of them but he isn't really missed more then Bynum right now

Guppyfighter
02-02-2013, 06:06 PM
I am going to say Granger because because he comes back first and he fills the Pacers biggest needd

RLundi
02-02-2013, 07:11 PM
Granger sucks.

ILLUSIONIST^248
02-02-2013, 07:28 PM
None of the 3 have played a game this season. The Bulls are the current 3rd seed, the Pacers are the 5th seed, and the Sixers are on the outside looking in at 9th, but have the chance to overtake the Celtics due to their injuries.


All 3 teams have all-star players that have shined due to the injury of these starters.

Which of the three helps their team the most or hurt their team's record?

Bynum will come back and be a good player but will not last another 5 years in this league.

Drose will come back very strong and be about 90 percent of what he used to be for the rest of his career.

granger i don't know to much about.I didnt even know he was out this year lol.

ManRam
02-02-2013, 07:35 PM
Bynum. Philly has the most room for improvement. They've been terrible offensively and Bynum will help that out a bit. They're about league average defensively, and again, Bynum will help out with that.

Indy and Chicago have been getting by with tremendous defense, and both do need some offensive help. I think Rose obviously provides more of that, but Indy's offense has been worse. Both will give their teams a nice shot in the arm. Just not as potent of one as Bynum will be giving the 76ers.

KnicksorBust
02-02-2013, 07:35 PM
The fact that the Bulls/Pacers are still respectable really skews this toward Bynum. That being said, I think Bynum's injury may end up being a good thing because now Jrue/Turner/Thad have chemistry and have all taken a step forward. Now with a healthy Bynum they can be a legit team. Who knows if they develop nearly this fast with Bynum starting the season.

SeoulBeatz
02-02-2013, 08:04 PM
bynum, this team was BUILT around Bynum.

Bunch of 3 point specialists, 2 playmakers (Jrue and e.t), and a bunch of undersized big men who would be much better suited playing next to a behemoth like BYNUM rather than spencer ****ing hawes.

im counting the seconds until he comes back...

Tmath
02-02-2013, 08:10 PM
I think Rose will have the best recovery. He's the youngest, seems like the hardest worker of the 3 and will do what ever it takes to get back to 100%

Granger & Bynum are equal imo. They both had bad knees since the day they were drafted.

Rose will have the biggest impact on the team

Bynum will never be completely heathy, neither will Granger which will limit their productiveness.

ohreally
02-02-2013, 08:22 PM
None of the 3 have played a game this season. The Bulls are the current 3rd seed, the Pacers are the 5th seed, and the Sixers are on the outside looking in at 9th, but have the chance to overtake the Celtics due to their injuries.


All 3 teams have all-star players that have shined due to the injury of these starters.

Which of the three helps their team the most or hurt their team's record?

Bogut

sixer04fan
02-02-2013, 08:27 PM
The Bulls and Pacers are already playing well. The Sixers have a horrible record.

The question is which of the three will help their team's record the most? It's pretty much Bynum by default because the Sixers have by far the most room to improve, unless you believe that the Sixers will still suck even with Bynum. You're entitled to that opinion, but that's really the only logic you can use to not pick Bynum for this question.

ohreally
02-02-2013, 09:13 PM
The Bulls and Pacers are already playing well. The Sixers have a horrible record.

The question is which of the three will help their team's record the most? It's pretty much Bynum by default because the Sixers have by far the most room to improve, unless you believe that the Sixers will still suck even with Bynum. You're entitled to that opinion, but that's really the only logic you can use to not pick Bynum for this question.

Of the three, yeah, a healthy Bynum would probably have the most impact since he really fills what is lacking on the team. I'm not really sure if Granger is a plus or minus for the Pacers. If Rosť is healthy he will make th Bulls better, but I don't think he fills a void Louise as much as Bynum.

But I still say a healthy Bogut, because he really does allow the Warriors to compete with anybody, while playing a team with more than one good big has been an issue for them. His impact might not be number of games, but he really makeshift team solid. Bogut, Lee, Barnes, Thompson, Curry is solid at every position with maybe the best scoring duo in h backcourt and the a pair of very good passing bigs.

Pacerlive
02-02-2013, 09:15 PM
I think Rose will have the best recovery. He's the youngest, seems like the hardest worker of the 3 and will do what ever it takes to get back to 100%

Granger & Bynum are equal imo. They both had bad knees since the day they were drafted.

Rose will have the biggest impact on the team

Bynum will never be completely heathy, neither will Granger which will limit their productiveness.

Granger has had bad knees since he was drafted? Do people on here even follow the nba. Granger missed just a little time when he banged knees with someone before this. He has never been close to being injury prone.

Tmath
02-02-2013, 09:33 PM
Granger has had bad knees since he was drafted? Do people on here even follow the nba. Granger missed just a little time when he banged knees with someone before this. He has never been close to being injury prone.

He has had knee issues for a while now, and I'm pretty sure it was the reason why he fell so far in the draft that year. I could be mistaken.

He has been playing through knee soreness since 2009, props to him for playing through and being able to play as many games as he has. But its only going to get worse with age.

da ThRONe
02-02-2013, 09:57 PM
I'll go Bynum>Rose>Granger

Rose is coming off of a serious knee injury that slows everybody (not named Adrian Peterson) for a while.

flclfanman
02-02-2013, 10:56 PM
Best: Rose. Getting back 20 ppg and a bonafide play-maker is crucial

Worst: Granger. George is pretty much doing everything Granger did well and the former has 2 inches on him

Yunqn
02-02-2013, 11:16 PM
Granger would be the worst easily because of the fit with george.. Regardless of talent level granger ranks last .. Theyre both talented guys but george isnt a sg as proven and neither is granger.. And both want the ball as does george hill & both bigs down low..

I think granger should be traded.. Not because hes bad but because if they can swap him for a young stud two guard then that franchise is set for a while..

Guppyfighter
02-03-2013, 07:16 AM
Granger sucks.

Fair enough, but I can't help but imagine a team ranked 29th in offensive efficiency could use a volume shooter.