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  1. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by naps View Post
    Like I said get rid of everyone that will win us any games. So we dont have to lose games intentionally. One or two solid picks along with Andy Elisburg's magic with cap space will set our future for the next decade if we get lucky. There is ABSOLUTELY no other way out of this sticky mud, NONE.
    Andy Ellisburg had part in handing out several overpays to Waiters, JJ, and Winslow.

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    For sure. I am merely mentioning what needs to be done. Not saying they will be able to do it for sure.

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    So let me get this straight....we lose at home to the Hawks but we beat at Clippers by 23 pts, a Clippers team who has lost only one home game all season to Denver the very first game of the year

    Sooner or later we're going to have to look at Whiteside as a "sunk cost"...it feels like the only reason he plays is to boost his trade value but that's not happening anyway so why play Whiteside at the expense of Bam's development?

    Our main focus should be giving as much minutes to Winslow, JRich, Mcgruder, DJ, Bam to develop them and try to get a good pick in the process (Ja Morant, Deandre Hunter)....Bam should be starting with Olynyk as the backup and Whiteside third string center....DJ should be getting min over TJ and Ellington too

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    Spo going to (I think) 2-3 zone during that stretch run in the 4th qtr was forward thinking.....Not many coaches in the league would have the balls to do something like that in today's NBA but it worked for us tonight

    Tip of the cap to Spo

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    I remember, one thing I wished before every season as a Wade fan was he developed a 3 point shot. Nights like tonight makes me wonder what he could have been if he actually had this shot in his arsenal in his prime years. How thid could affect his own legacy and our team in terms of championships and possibly having a longer window with the big three.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naps View Post
    I remember, one thing I wished before every season as a Wade fan was he developed a 3 point shot. Nights like tonight makes me wonder what he could have been if he actually had this shot in his arsenal in his prime years. How thid could affect his own legacy and our team in terms of championships and possibly having a longer window with the big three.
    If Wade keeps this up this will be his best 3pt shooting season of his career by a mile, 36% on 4 attempts per game would've been a game changer during his prime...better late then never I guess lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by All-In View Post
    So let me get this straight....we lose at home to the Hawks but we beat at Clippers by 23 pts, a Clippers team who has lost only one home game all season to Denver the very first game of the year

    Sooner or later we're going to have to look at Whiteside as a "sunk cost"...it feels like the only reason he plays is to boost his trade value but that's not happening anyway so why play Whiteside at the expense of Bam's development?

    Our main focus should be giving as much minutes to Winslow, JRich, Mcgruder, DJ, Bam to develop them and try to get a good pick in the process (Ja Morant, Deandre Hunter)....Bam should be starting with Olynyk as the backup and Whiteside third string center....DJ should be getting min over TJ and Ellington too
    In two game sample, 3rd string > 2nd string > 1st string


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    Quote Originally Posted by AllBall View Post
    In two game sample, 3rd string > 2nd string > 1st string


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    End of an era. Anyone else remember how Wade and LeBron used to go at it in the pre-big3 era? Though it's crazy to think they played 11 years in the same conf as opponents and never once faced off in the post-season.
    Also, only 4 remaining active guys from the '03 class and one of them is stil the best on the planet. Gotta appreciate what a marvel James have been. He does bring a lot of unnecessary off-court baggages along, but his commitment to conditioning and continuously evolving has been second to none in league history. One can only imagine how difficult it is to stay focused and motivated over a decade being the undisputed best player on the planet. I am just glad he spent his absolute peak years at a Heat uniform.

    Also, Winslow has been such disapointment since being drafted, I am not sure what to make of these past 3 games. Is he finally coming around or this is just a fluke streak? I sure as hell dont trust his shooting though.

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