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    HEAT Game Thread 2018/19 Season


    2018/19 Regular Season Schedule


    October:
    Wed, Oct 17 @Orlando 7:00 PM
    Thu, Oct 18 @Washington 8:00 PM
    Sat, Oct 20 vs Charlotte 8:00 PM
    Wed, Oct 24 vs New York 7:30 PM
    Sat, Oct 27 vs Portland 8:00 PM
    Mon, Oct 29 vs Sacramento 7:30 PM
    Tue, Oct 30 @Charlotte 7:00 PM

    November:
    Sat, Nov 3 @Atlanta 7:30 PM
    Mon, Nov 5 @Detroit 7:00 PM
    Wed, Nov 7 vs San Antonio 7:30 PM
    Fri, Nov 9 vs Indiana 8:00 PM
    Sat, Nov 10 vs Washington 8:00 PM
    Mon, Nov 12 vs Philadelphia 7:30 PM
    Wed, Nov 14 @Brooklyn 7:30 PM
    Fri, Nov 16 @Indiana 7:00 PM
    Sun, Nov 18 vs LA Lakers 6:00 PM
    Tue, Nov 20 vs Brooklyn 7:30 PM
    Fri, Nov 23 @Chicago 8:00 PM
    Sun, Nov 25 @Toronto 6:00 PM
    Tue, Nov 27 vs Atlanta 7:30 PM
    Fri, Nov 30 vs New Orleans 8:00 PM

    December:
    Sun, Dec 2 vs Utah 6:00 PM
    Tue, Dec 4 vs Orlando 7:30 PM
    Fri, Dec 7 @Phoenix 9:00 PM
    Sat, Dec 8 @LA Clippers 10:30 PM
    Mon, Dec 10 @LA Lakers 10:30 PM
    Wed, Dec 12 @Utah 9:00 PM
    Fri, Dec 14 @Memphis 8:00 PM
    Sun, Dec 16 @New Orleans 7:00 PM
    Thu, Dec 20 vs Houston 8:00 PM
    Sat, Dec 22 vs Milwaukee 8:00 PM
    Sun, Dec 23 @Orlando 6:00 PM
    Wed, Dec 26 vs Toronto 7:30 PM
    Fri, Dec 28 vs Cleveland 8:00 PM
    Sun, Dec 30 vs Minnesota 6:00 PM

    January:
    Wed, Jan 2 @Cleveland 7:00 PM
    Fri, Jan 4 vs Washington 8:00 PM
    Sun, Jan 6 @Atlanta 6:00 PM
    Tue, Jan 8 vs Denver 7:30 PM
    Thu, Jan 10 vs Boston 7:00 PM
    Sat, Jan 12 vs Memphis 5:00 PM
    Tue, Jan 15 @Milwaukee 8:00 PM
    Fri, Jan 18 @Detroit 7:00 PM
    Sat, Jan 19 @Chicago 8:00 PM
    Mon, Jan 21 @Boston 6:00 PM
    Wed, Jan 23 vs LA Clippers 7:30 PM
    Fri, Jan 25 @Cleveland 7:30 PM
    Sun, Jan 27 @New York 7:30 PM
    Wed, Jan 30 vs Chicago 7:30 PM

    February:
    Fri, Feb 1 vs Oklahoma City 8:00 PM
    Sat, Feb 2 vs Indiana 7:30 PM
    Tue, Feb 5 @Portland 10:30 PM
    Fri, Feb 8 @Sacramento 10:00 PM
    Sun, Feb 10 @Golden State 8:30 PM
    Mon, Feb 11 @Denver 9:00 PM
    Wed, Feb 13 @Dallas 8:30 PM

    *** NBA All-star Week ***

    Thu, Feb 21 @Philadelphia 7:00 PM
    Sat, Feb 23 vs Detroit 7:30 PM
    Mon, Feb 25 vs Phoenix 7:30 PM
    Wed, Feb 27 vs Golden State 7:30 PM
    Thu, Feb 28 @Houston 8:00 PM

    March:
    Sat, Mar 2 vs Brooklyn 7:30 PM
    Mon, Mar 4 vs Atlanta 7:30 PM
    Wed, Mar 6 @Charlotte 7:00 PM
    Fri, Mar 8 vs Cleveland 8:00 PM
    Sun, Mar 10 vs Toronto 3:30 PM
    Wed, Mar 13 vs Detroit 7:00 PM
    Fri, Mar 15 vs Milwaukee 8:00 PM
    Sun, Mar 17 vs Charlotte 1:00 PM
    Mon, Mar 18 @Oklahoma City 8:00 PM
    Wed, Mar 20 @San Antonio 8:30 PM
    Fri, Mar 22 @Milwaukee 8:30 PM
    Sat, Mar 23 @Washington 7:00 PM
    Tue, Mar 26 vs Orlando 7:30 PM
    Thu, Mar 28 vs Dallas 7:30 PM
    Sat, Mar 30 @New York 7:30 PM

    April:
    Mon, Apr 1 @Boston 7:30 PM
    Wed, Apr 3 vs Boston 7:30 PM
    Fri, Apr 5 @Minnesota 8:00 PM
    Sun, Apr 7 @Toronto 12:00 PM
    Tue, Apr 9 vs Philadelphia 7:30 PM
    Wed, Apr 10 @Brooklyn 8:00 PM

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    Miami is starting off the season just like last year where every game is decided in the last few seconds and we either win or lose by 1 or 2 points.

    It makes for entertaining games but not sure I can make it through another season of this.

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    And thatís exactly why we need Butler or some other legit closer on this team..

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    Over under 2 pt difference for next game? lol

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    JRich can not start the offense. Thats not his game. Too many bone headed turnovers.

    When does Waiters & JJ return back?

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    I agree. Crazy that people said he could be our starting PG. He just doesn't have the vision.

    He's a good all-around player, that's just not his strength at all at this point. Clearly a SG.

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    McGruder is our best player so far and Iím dead serious. Would love to keep JRich and get Butler but wonít happen and McGruder makes JRich expendable.

    Dragic
    McGruder
    Butler
    JJ
    Whiteside

    Very solid and tough starting unit right there.

    Then I try to get one of Lillard/Kyrie/Kemba/Love.

    Dragic
    McGruder
    Butler
    Love
    Whiteside

    How does that team do in the East?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaDe03 View Post
    McGruder is our best player so far and Iím dead serious. Would love to keep JRich and get Butler but wonít happen and McGruder makes JRich expendable.

    Dragic
    McGruder
    Butler
    JJ
    Whiteside

    Very solid and tough starting unit right there.

    Then I try to get one of Lillard/Kyrie/Kemba/Love.

    Dragic
    McGruder
    Butler
    Love
    Whiteside

    How does that team do in the East?
    Would not give up JRich for Butler anymore. Screw the Wolves. Butler stock has dropped. They're crazy to be playing him, it's a ticking time bomb with the risk of him getting hurt out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllBall View Post
    Would not give up JRich for Butler anymore. Screw the Wolves. Butler stock has dropped. They're crazy to be playing him, it's a ticking time bomb with the risk of him getting hurt out there.
    Heís playing great though. If the deciding factor is JRich you send him 10 times out of 10. His ceiling is lower than what Butler currently is. I would love them next to each other though, but as I said McGruder has been better so far.

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    Because of the youth factor it would actually be great to trade Mcgruder. Jrich is younger and more skilled offensively. But Mcgruder's trade value is skyrocketing by the game.
    Quote Originally Posted by WaDe03 View Post
    Heís playing great though. If the deciding factor is JRich you send him 10 times out of 10. His ceiling is lower than what Butler currently is. I would love them next to each other though, but as I said McGruder has been better so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade-a-minute View Post
    Because of the youth factor it would actually be great to trade Mcgruder. Jrich is younger and more skilled offensively. But Mcgruder's trade value is skyrocketing by the game.

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    His trade value isnít as much as JRich though because JRich is locked up for awhile and younger so heís maybe more appealing where as McGruder is a free agent not this summer but the next. Plus his contract numbers amount to nothing to really do anything significant lol.

    Idk if JRich is better offensively. From what weíve seen so far this year McGruder looks much better efficiency wise and heís the better playmaker while him and Hassan seem to have a lot of chemistry on lobs.

    Iím dead serious when I say McGruder has been our best player so far lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaDe03 View Post
    Heís playing great though. If the deciding factor is JRich you send him 10 times out of 10. His ceiling is lower than what Butler currently is. I would love them next to each other though, but as I said McGruder has been better so far.
    It's not a deciding factor because the Wolves have less and less leverage with each passing day. They're a clown show. I don't see Miami trading for him anymore and if any team does trade with them it'll be a worse package than what they got from Miami.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllBall View Post
    It's not a deciding factor because the Wolves have less and less leverage with each passing day. They're a clown show. I don't see Miami trading for him anymore and if any team does trade with them it'll be a worse package than what they got from Miami.
    Pat is watching every Wolves game during the Heat games so Iím sure theyíre still looking for ways to trade for him. Windhorst says they are too. I disagree that his value is dropping right now with him playing so good but I guess weíll see. Thereís a reason weíre in the boat weíre in right now though, we overvalue our guys too much.

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    McGruder is definitely not our best player. Might be most consistent so far though.

    Butler is a great player but not worth trading any and every player. He's a guy who will be overpaid in 9 months. He has injury history. Although he's easily a top 20 player, where has he lead a team? T'Wolves 8th, Bulls 8th, Bulls lottery, Bulls 2nd Round...

    And that last one was with a lot of help from the reigning DPOY Noah, 19/12 2blk Pau Gasol, and Rose for 50+ games. Wasn't some scrub roster.

    He's a B+ level star, not a superstar. He's also not going to open the flood gates of other stars wanting to come here when he's overpaid and known to kill a locker room with his hyper-competitiveness. Some guys don't need or respond to that crap.

    I feel Richardson, Waiters and 1st is a fair offer and nothing else should be included. They can let him leave for nothing or probably take a worse deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beasted86 View Post
    McGruder is definitely not our best player. Might be most consistent so far though.

    Butler is a great player but not worth trading any and every player. He's a guy who will be overpaid in 9 months. He has injury history. Although he's easily a top 20 player, where has he lead a team? T'Wolves 8th, Bulls 8th, Bulls lottery, Bulls 2nd Round...

    And that last one was with a lot of help from the reigning DPOY Noah, 19/12 2blk Pau Gasol, and Rose for 50+ games. Wasn't some scrub roster.

    He's a B+ level star, not a superstar. He's also not going to open the flood gates of other stars wanting to come here when he's overpaid and known to kill a locker room with his hyper-competitiveness. Some guys don't need or respond to that crap.

    I feel Richardson, Waiters and 1st is a fair offer and nothing else should be included. They can let him leave for nothing or probably take a worse deal.
    Didnít they lose to LeBron in the 2nd round? Canít fault him for that.

    Wolves were the 3rd seed until he went down with injury.

    That Bulls 8th seed team wouldíve won their match up with Boston if their only PG who was playing great in Rondo didnít go down.

    Jimmy is a top 10 player. In terms of impact heís a top 5 player. His impact and ability to make any team better is top level and shouldnít be questioned. He could be the 1st piece to something much bigger if Miami plays their cards right. Time to stop over valuing our guys.

    As for McGruder, obviously wouldnít expect him to keep it up all year and be the best player. I also didnít expect him to start out like this either and heís been doing it since preseason. So far, heís been the best player and itís really not even debatable.

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