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  1. #1276
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonjorge View Post
    What about this trade for fun. 3 way trade.

    Sixers get Kemba, Love, Cavs #3 pick

    OKc gets Harris, Philly first round pick 2022

    Cavs get Simmons

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith&wesson View Post
    Murray, Walker, White, Johnson no combination of these players interest you?? I chuckle because I know you think you’re gonna get a tier one super star for Simmons but I wouldn’t hold my breath.
    Agreed. Hopefully Morey will pull something off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crewfan13 View Post
    The fact that you're trying to trade a 22 year old playmaker when your team has been garbage since LeBron left and shows very little glimmer of immediate hope should tell you everything you need to know about him.
    It just shows he's not a leader right now and is incapable of being a #1 option. Doesn't mean he can't be a valuable 3rd option or even grow into a 2nd option for a team that already has a lot of talent. The biggest part of this statement of yours (that you don't realize) is that he's 22. He's a baby.

    Everyone said the same thing about Kyrie before LeBron came around and BOOM, suddenly Kyrie is valued highly as a "2nd option" for a championship squad. Sexton has his issues right now as a 22 year old unable to lead a terrible team/franchise but I think you're kidding yourself by insinuating he doesn't have any value.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    I was thinking why would the 76ers want Sexton and Love? Seems like a Sexton, Nance, Prince, Dotson package makes more sense.
    Agree, but I just wanna dump Love on someone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beasted86 View Post
    Do you think Simmons will show any glimmer of motivation to improve being traded to a bad team, given that just less than 3 months ago one player there said everyone wants to be traded away?
    No.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vee-Rex View Post
    Agree, but I just wanna dump Love on someone.
    Dump him on Pop and the Spurs, that is who pushed for him to be on the Olympic squad.

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    Ugh:

    The Sixers third most-played lineup during the playoffs was George Hill, Shake Milton, Matisse Thybulle, Tobias Harris and Dwight Howard. That lineup finished with a Net Rating of -16.0 points per 100 possessions, per @cleantheglass.


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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Ugh:

    The Sixers third most-played lineup during the playoffs was George Hill, Shake Milton, Matisse Thybulle, Tobias Harris and Dwight Howard. That lineup finished with a Net Rating of -16.0 points per 100 possessions, per @cleantheglass.


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    and this is because of ben simmons. He has to be tied to joels hip man... he is literally glued to joel in the post season being carried by joel while we hang tobias out to try with a bench unit and a center that cant score... Put ben there instead of tobias harris and imagine how ****ing awful it would be... harris literally played damn near the entire final game and played the majority with the bench unit all because again ben needs joel or ben is useless because dwight/thyb/hill/maxey etc

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    Jesus man give it a ****ing rest and talk about something else.


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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Ugh:

    The Sixers third most-played lineup during the playoffs was George Hill, Shake Milton, Matisse Thybulle, Tobias Harris and Dwight Howard. That lineup finished with a Net Rating of -16.0 points per 100 possessions, per @cleantheglass.


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    Doc went too deep in the bench probably. In the regular season ya love to see it, if it works in the post season then nothing lost but rarely does it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    Doc went too deep in the bench probably. In the regular season ya love to see it, if it works in the post season then nothing lost but rarely does it.
    Embiid gets gassed and had an injury history, so you need to back him up. Curry was in foul trouble the last game at least and isn't really a 40 minute a night guy. Simmons struggles on offense, so you need bench scorers. I'm not saying don't blame doc, but their team as currently designed sort of needs to go fairly deep on the bench. They have a couple guys who are in a position where if this guy is on the floor, it's hard to keep someone else on the floor for long runs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crewfan13 View Post
    Embiid gets gassed and had an injury history, so you need to back him up. Curry was in foul trouble the last game at least and isn't really a 40 minute a night guy. Simmons struggles on offense, so you need bench scorers. I'm not saying don't blame doc, but their team as currently designed sort of needs to go fairly deep on the bench. They have a couple guys who are in a position where if this guy is on the floor, it's hard to keep someone else on the floor for long runs.
    Ben Simmons woulda been a perfect Embiid back-up off the bench [emoji23]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vee-Rex View Post
    It just shows he's not a leader right now and is incapable of being a #1 option. Doesn't mean he can't be a valuable 3rd option or even grow into a 2nd option for a team that already has a lot of talent. The biggest part of this statement of yours (that you don't realize) is that he's 22. He's a baby.

    Everyone said the same thing about Kyrie before LeBron came around and BOOM, suddenly Kyrie is valued highly as a "2nd option" for a championship squad. Sexton has his issues right now as a 22 year old unable to lead a terrible team/franchise but I think you're kidding yourself by insinuating he doesn't have any value.
    To be fair, Kyrie is pretty overrated and has really only been the #2 on one championship squad, and that squad happened to aslo contain a guy who some argue is the GOAT and that most reasonable people say is a top 2 or 3 guy at worst of all time. Kyrie is also partially a best case scenario for himself too. His ability to finish is quite insane.

    But back to sexton, the whole point is if he's everything you're selling him as, why are you dealing him? A 22yr old with room to grow to potentially be a decent number 2 and your team is looking to deal him because you don't want to pay him. Doesn't that raise eyebrows.

    Like I said, he's a relatively inefficient chucker that allegedly teammates don't want to play with because he isn't a good or even all that willing oasser, despite his assist numbers. Again, if he was this really high upside guy, why are you dealing him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crewfan13 View Post
    To be fair, Kyrie is pretty overrated and has really only been the #2 on one championship squad, and that squad happened to aslo contain a guy who some argue is the GOAT and that most reasonable people say is a top 2 or 3 guy at worst of all time. Kyrie is also partially a best case scenario for himself too. His ability to finish is quite insane.

    But back to sexton, the whole point is if he's everything you're selling him as, why are you dealing him? A 22yr old with room to grow to potentially be a decent number 2 and your team is looking to deal him because you don't want to pay him. Doesn't that raise eyebrows.

    Like I said, he's a relatively inefficient chucker that allegedly teammates don't want to play with because he isn't a good or even all that willing oasser, despite his assist numbers. Again, if he was this really high upside guy, why are you dealing him?
    Because the Cavs are drowning in undersized guards and about to draft another at #3 lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    Because the Cavs are drowning in undersized guards and about to draft another at #3 lol
    I was wondering what the Cavs are planning to do.

    If they pick Mobley that kinda creates a pickle with Jarret Allen.

    If they pick Suggs they get another guard.

    I think Houston takes Green so it’ll be interesting to see if the Cavs go after someone like Kuminga

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