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RE: 2019 Wolves offseason - 8/28/2019 1:07:35 PM   
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I mean we could probably trade him for John Wall right now.

That might actually be a deal where both teams lose.


Wow...Wall makes 14-15 million more than Wiggins. Would have to include Dieng in that deal.

Like I said, ... lose / lose.

I think I'd do Wiggins and Dieng for Wall. There is a better chance of Wall producing for us than Wiggins.

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RE: 2019 Wolves offseason - 8/29/2019 3:04:12 PM   
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I mean we could probably trade him for John Wall right now.

That might actually be a deal where both teams lose.


Wow...Wall makes 14-15 million more than Wiggins. Would have to include Dieng in that deal.

Like I said, ... lose / lose.

I think I'd do Wiggins and Dieng for Wall. There is a better chance of Wall producing for us than Wiggins.


Wall can have his moments. But at that price?? The idea is to purge players with bloated salary, not make it worse.

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RE: 2019 Wolves offseason - 8/29/2019 3:16:58 PM   
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I mean we could probably trade him for John Wall right now.

That might actually be a deal where both teams lose.


Wow...Wall makes 14-15 million more than Wiggins. Would have to include Dieng in that deal.

Like I said, ... lose / lose.

I think I'd do Wiggins and Dieng for Wall. There is a better chance of Wall producing for us than Wiggins.


Wall can have his moments. But at that price?? The idea is to purge players with bloated salary, not make it worse.

I think it is easier to move 2 big shitty contracts than 1 massively huge, shitty contract.

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RE: 2019 Wolves offseason - 8/29/2019 3:29:02 PM   
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Not sure I want Wall for those 2:

Sept. 28, 2012 – Diagnosed with a non-traumatic stress injury in his left knee during pre-season. Missed the first 33 games of the season – Wizards were 5-28 during that stretch.

May 3, 2015 – Injures left wrist and hand in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semi-finals against the Atlanta Hawks. He had five non-displaced fractures in his left wrist/hand, missed three games in the series.

Dec. 6, 2015 – Banged his right knee in a game against the Dallas Mavericks. X-rays were negative, but Wall revealed that he was dealing with a bruise on the same knee prior to the injury. Did not miss any direct time.

Apr. 6, 2016 – Wall listed as questionable with a sore right knee. Missed two games before being shut down with the team out of post-season contention. In total, he missed five games.

May 5, 2016 – Undergoes a procedure on both of his knees. His left was to ‘excise calcific deposits’ to ease the pain and his right was to remove ‘loose bodies.’

Apr. 10, 2017 – Misses two games at the end of the season due to a quad injury. Both games were for ‘rest’ because the Wizards were already locked into the No. 4 seed for the playoffs.

Nov. 5, 2017 – Wall listed with right shoulder soreness, misses one game.

Nov. 16, 2017 –MRI after left knee discomfort. He received PRP (platelet-rich plasma) injections to reduce inflammation and missed nine games from Nov. 23 to Dec. 13.

Jan. 30, 2018 – Consulted with knee specialist and will have a procedure on his left knee to ‘cleanup’ the area and ease pain. Expected to miss six to eight weeks after already missing a game.

Dec. 29, 2018 - Wall sees specialist to deal with reoccurring pain in his left heel, decides to have surgery to fix his discomfort. It is expected that he will miss 6-8 months, ending his season. Before the announcement of the injury, Wall missed four games in a four-week span.

Feb. 5, 2019 - Wizards to announce that Wall will have surgery to repair a ruptured Achilles tendon.

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RE: 2019 Wolves offseason - 8/29/2019 3:32:05 PM   
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I want nothing to do with Wall. Period.

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RE: 2019 Wolves offseason - 8/29/2019 4:07:39 PM   
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I want nothing to do with Wall. Period.

He's incredibly better than Wiggins. If he ever plays LOL. It's a shame about his injury problems.

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RE: 2019 Wolves offseason - 8/30/2019 10:30:07 AM   
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Ryan was just on KFAN at the fair. I will say, he sounds exactly like the type of young modern coach we need. Everything Thibs was not.

In practice though...we’ll see. Saying all the right things is one thing, getting it done on court is another.

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RE: 2019 Wolves offseason - 8/30/2019 10:38:59 AM   
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Most interesting was Ryan was asked about PG plan with Tyus and Rose gone, and Teague historically missing a lot of games.

Ryan sort of downplayed the question saying the NBA is trending more positionless, Etc.

While that may be true, a plan of ‘Teague and just wing it after that’ is not real comforting. PG play could be a glaring problem this year.

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RE: 2019 Wolves offseason - 8/30/2019 11:01:46 AM   
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Most interesting was Ryan was asked about PG plan with Tyus and Rose gone, and Teague historically missing a lot of games.

Ryan sort of downplayed the question saying the NBA is trending more positionless, Etc.

While that may be true, a plan of ‘Teague and just wing it after that’ is not real comforting. PG play could be a glaring problem this year.


Napier is a pretty good option.

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RE: 2019 Wolves offseason - 9/2/2019 1:06:48 AM   
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I mean we could probably trade him for John Wall right now.

That might actually be a deal where both teams lose.


Wow...Wall makes 14-15 million more than Wiggins. Would have to include Dieng in that deal.

Like I said, ... lose / lose.

I think I'd do Wiggins and Dieng for Wall. There is a better chance of Wall producing for us than Wiggins.


Wall can have his moments. But at that price?? The idea is to purge players with bloated salary, not make it worse.



A healthy Wall would be a no-brainer. Basketball-wise.

Healthy Wall goes baseline to baseline as quickly as anybody in the league. Wall can run your offense in transition or the half court. Wall can feed the post. Wall is really strong, fast and athletic. He's a reluctant shooter, which is a good thing, for him.

A healthy Wall would absolutely change this team for the better. Unfortunately, I don't think it would be a wise gamble betting on his recovery and future health.
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RE: 2019 Wolves offseason - 9/5/2019 7:35:27 PM   
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Redrafting the NBA:

https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/27480112/the-nba-superstars-pick-start-franchise

Towns gets some consideration for the last pick.
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RE: 2019 Wolves offseason - 9/11/2019 10:58:07 AM   
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Sources: Minnesota hiring ROC Nation agent Joe Branch as assistant GM. Branch completes a front office transformation under Gersson Rosas. Branch’s clients included Caris LeVert, Justise Winslow and Josh Hart. His resume includes Nike, league office and Northwestern basketball.

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