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    Sticky: we're not going to look back and say "man we...

    we're not going to look back and say "man we should have never traded the #27 pick, or the DAL '21 pick. Heck even Mitch, he could end up being a top 10 C, it won't be the end of the world. Centers...
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    Sticky: agreed. and like someone said at least he'd be...

    agreed. and like someone said at least he'd be fun to watch.

    people act like we're risking so much in moving up, like we have a perennial contender..lol
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    Sticky: Ball doesn't have to pan out "instantly"... but...

    Ball doesn't have to pan out "instantly"... but if he does, no one will ever care about the "Assets" we gave up. if he doesn;t, we'll continue to suck just like we have the past 20 years. what are we...
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    Sticky: that's actually a HR for GSW. they get Mitch &...

    that's actually a HR for GSW. they get Mitch & Hield, two good young players who fit their style and combined make less than Wiggins, and they unload WIggins who really doesnt fit too well.
    ...
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    Sticky: fine by me...lol. SAC has a few bad contracts...

    fine by me...lol.

    SAC has a few bad contracts we could take like Barnes or Corey Joseph at $13m. You take either and it softens the blow of the Wiggins contract for them.

    Knicks have a lot of...
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    Sticky: I doubt it, but I think those assets can get GSW...

    I doubt it, but I think those assets can get GSW enough if you involve a 3rd team.

    GSW - Mitch, Hield
    SAC- #27 pick, DAL '21
    Knicks, Wiggins, #2.

    I think it's worth taking Wiggins if we get...
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    Sticky: Well you're talking about an MVP and two of the...

    Well you're talking about an MVP and two of the best young PG's in recent memory.Terry isn't as good as those guys, but i was just saying his success/failure won't hinge on his size.
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    Sticky: Seth's 1st year at Duke, where he was older, he...

    Seth's 1st year at Duke, where he was older, he averaged 9ppg and 2apg on 42/40/79 shooting and 2.5 FTA per game.

    Terry is definitely more skilled overall and a much better prospect at this age....
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    Sticky: if he fails it won't be because of his size. If...

    if he fails it won't be because of his size. If his shot, IQ, handle, and overall skill is there he should be good. He's the same size as Nash too who I think is a good comp for him.
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    Sticky: out of Hayes, Hali, COle, Maxey, Terry, Nico,...

    out of Hayes, Hali, COle, Maxey, Terry, Nico, Lewis...did I forget anyone? It's almost certain 2 or 3 will be solid starters and 1 or 2 may be stars. it's up to our scouts to figure it out.
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    Sticky: as others have said, plenty of small PG's...

    as others have said, plenty of small PG's dominating. The NBA isn't physical anymore. Morant and Trae were both around 165lbs when drafted.

    If Terry is legit 6'3 180 now he's one of my top picks,...
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    Sticky: no thanks, #26 pick shouldn't move you up from...

    no thanks, #26 pick shouldn't move you up from 14-8. if it does, then we should use the #27 to move to #21. we dont need MORE picks, we need BETTER picks.
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    that we can agree on. he's in that 4-8m range....

    that we can agree on. he's in that 4-8m range. harder to put value on him b/c he's been on such a crap team.

    You look at MIA, or LA and Dot would have a role there, same for Frank.
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    I'd keep Dot at $6m. He's young and has a...

    I'd keep Dot at $6m. He's young and has a valuable skillset. And if you notice that most shooters come here and shoot career low %'s, it makes you think Dot, on an actual team could be a 40% 3pt...
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    Sticky: not really, DSJR & Mitchell really were the only...

    not really, DSJR & Mitchell really were the only ones after Frank.

    yea these guys might be busts, but draft them and find out. don't draft them and then immediately sign another PG for $20m.
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    Sticky: alot of those guys will be there, my point is I...

    alot of those guys will be there, my point is I wouldn't want to take Lewis if he was #3 or even #2 on our big board just to get a late first out of it. We need to get the guy we believe in. If Lewis...
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    Sticky: that i could get behind IF we feel our #1 guy...

    that i could get behind IF we feel our #1 guy (outside of Ball who I presume is our #1) will be there at #14 anyway, but trading for a bunch of late 1st's to get leftovers everyone else passed on...
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    Sticky: ultimately they need time on the court, Iggy...

    ultimately they need time on the court, Iggy didn't see the court last year.

    Mitch, Frank, RJ, Knox, DSJR, 3 more draft picks, that's already 8 youngings to develop. Then you have youngish vets...
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    Sticky: and at the end of the day Thibs isn't going to...

    and at the end of the day Thibs isn't going to play 3 more rookies ON TOP of already having a ton of young guys. So really 1 or 2 of those guys are going to be buried on the bench anyway.
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    Sticky: Yes but TOR's been one of the best run teams for...

    Yes but TOR's been one of the best run teams for 10 years. And yes they won b/c of Khawi. FVV averaged 8ppg on 39% shooting those playoffs.

    Yes he's a solid player, tough, gritty. but he's...
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    it's nothing like DSJR, alot of us knew he wasn't...

    it's nothing like DSJR, alot of us knew he wasn't good early on.

    Frank's a unique player, hard to say what he will become, but I think he's going to be a guy that impacts games in a pretty big way...
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    Sticky: i'm not too high on Oubre but it's not a bad...

    i'm not too high on Oubre but it's not a bad trade. especially if the guy we want will be there at #10 anyway.

    stacking as many atheletic wings as we can is fine with me.
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    Sticky: he's 6 feet tall with Trex arms. He got away with...

    he's 6 feet tall with Trex arms. He got away with playing SG in TOR but they had Lowry who is built like a tank and can take pressure off on BOTH ends. Not sure it would work everywhere.

    And I'm...
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    Sticky: i've been high on him, he has elite tools and...

    i've been high on him, he has elite tools and gets anywhere he wants on the court.
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    Sticky: 10x no... in a vacuum he's more valuable. but I...

    10x no... in a vacuum he's more valuable. but I rather Bertans and draft a PG and give them a chance to grow and develop vs locking up the position.
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