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View Poll Results: Best Future.

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  • Timberwolves

    2 4.44%
  • Kings

    9 20.00%
  • Clippers

    29 64.44%
  • Wizards

    5 11.11%
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  1. #1
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    Which team has the best looking future moving foward?

    Sacramento Kings (even though they may not be there any more)
    LA Clippers
    Washington Wizards
    Minnesota Tiberwolves

    King have been on a tear lately winning 7-10 games. A core of Thorton, Evans, Cousins is very talented and a good start. Though they do have so matutity/headcase problems. If they can keep their head on straight then i can see them making some noise in the west.

    The Clips had a solid record in the month of january. They are still a young team but anytime u have Blake Griffin and Eric Gordon on a team you are pretty much set for the future.

    Wizards recently received a talented combo-guard in Jordan Crawford who is constantly improving. Wall may very well be the best point guard in 5 years. Nick Young has proven to be a bigtime scorer/shooter, and you see what Blathce and Mcgee can do when they keep their head in the right direction.

    The Timberwolves is probably the most balanced out of all of the teams listed. The have arguably the leagues best rebounder in love, beasly has become a scoring machine (although he has tailed of since the Bynum thing), more of Wes's shots should fall next season. Now if only they could do something about that PG and C position. Maybe Randolph may fix one of thoe problems.

    *Note this list is based off of what the teams already have and not what they could get.

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    Thunder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gators123 View Post
    Thunder
    There future is somewhat limited compared to the upside the teams I have listed.

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    Thunder is the answer but out of those 4 I chose Clippers.

    Sterling is bad they have a really good nice young core to build with.
    Quote Originally Posted by NYSpirit1 View Post
    The Knicks were never this bad of a team. They always have been a 48-50 win team stuck in what was a 21-40 team's body.

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    Clippers two words Blake Griffin The clippers have a reason to have other stars or players want to play for them .

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakeshow3peat View Post
    Clippers two words Blake Griffin The clippers have a reason to have other stars or players want to play for them .
    2 words. Donald Sterling. . But i like the Clips. Sorry i forgot about Mo and Jordan. Deandre is a beast.

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    so you dont think any star players would want to play with tyreke evans or demarcus cousins i mean i know neither of them get the same recognition of someone like blake griffin but both are young talented all-star caliber players and marcus thorton is a scoring machine

    also take into account the kings have probably the most money out of all the teams to spend!!!

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    Timberwolves

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    Quote Originally Posted by b@llhog24 View Post
    2 words. Donald Sterling. . But i like the Clips. Sorry i forgot about Mo and Jordan. Deandre is a beast.
    i couldn't vote clippers because of donald sterling, he's going to f#$% it up somehow
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    of those teams, 'Sota. With Rubio coming in, they have a strong and youthful core of Rubio, Wes J, BEasy, Love, Randolph, Flynn, Ellington, Darko, and an upcoming lottery pick.

    Would choose the Clips, but with Sterling there, no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b@llhog24 View Post
    There future is somewhat limited compared to the upside the teams I have listed.
    Im sorry but what upside do the Twolves have? So they got Love and Rubio whenever he decides to come over. They really aren't THAT stacked on talent. The Grizzlies have more upside than they do for heaven's sake.


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    On paper the Clippers have the best young core with Blake, DeAndre, Gordon and Aminu, but Donald Sterling will make sure that team never amounts to anything and Blake will probably bolt when he's a FA. They also gave up their 1st rounder (which will probably be around the 7th or 8th pick) to the Cavs. Granted it's a weak draft, but you can still get a nice piece with that.

    I'd personally say the Kings are in a better position... Tyreke and DeMarcus are gonna be a great 1-2 combo for years and if they can add Harrison Barnes (if he declares) this year and maybe Jared Sullinger (assuming the Kings would still kinda suck next year) in the next draft dependent on how the ping pong balls fall that team will be absolutely brimming with talent.

    PG: Tyreke Evans
    SG: Marcus Thornton
    SF: Harrison Barnes
    PF: Jared Sullinger
    C: DeMarcus Cousins

    That would be ridiculous in a few years time, assuming all those players would pan out accordingly...

    Their situation would be very similar to OKC's if they move to Anaheim as well. WOuld be a great way to start the franchise there with all that young talent.

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    Thunder and Clippers. Knicks are not bad too if they manage to get Chris Paul in 2012.

    T-Wolves will always suck and Wizards will need to win big in the lottery this year. Kings are a total question mark.


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    LOVE wont stay in mini so its not them.
    BLAKE wont stay with the clips, so it aint them
    Sacremento is nice with evans and cousins
    but I think Wall would stay with washington, i also think Mcgee is a beast.
    im gonna give it to washington.

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    Clippers are the only team with a legit super star and a great 2nd player but until the team is sold that team isn't going anywhere

    after that Sacramento because of the same reasons as Khalifa

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