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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/19/2020 1:22:19 PM   
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Dammit
Big Klay fan here
This will be devastating for him, after all the time he's already lost.
Poor kid.



William and I talked about that too. Both also big Thompson fans.

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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/19/2020 4:32:49 PM   
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G SUS.

Golden State is spending 82M to add Oubre next season...

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Golden State tax bill is currently $66M

The addition of Kelly Oubre would see it increase to $134M

$14.4M of Oubre + $68M in taxes= $82.4M
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/19/2020 5:43:25 PM   
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The timing was pretty close, so I wonder if GS knew about Klay's injury before picking. Ball was available. Maybe a trade for a G but again not sure if they had time to work a deal. Or just a case of them being sold on Wiseman. Would be interesting to know their thought process.

Edit: looks like they knew of an injury but not the extent:

As he drove toward his home in San Francisco, Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers received yet another phone call.

For once, the caller was not an opposing team’s executive pitching a trade proposal for the Warriors’ No. 2 pick of the NBA draft. It was Klay Thompson, who had informed Myers he injured his right leg on Wednesday while playing a pickup game in Los Angeles.

"It was hard to disengage mentally from it, but we had a lot of other stuff going on in terms of the draft and potential trades," Myers said. "So I couldn’t let my mind go all the way there."

The tactic worked at least for a few hours. The Warriors have no idea how severe Thompson hurt his right leg nearly 17 months after injuring his left ACL in a decisive Game 6 loss to the Toronto Raptors in the 2019 NBA Finals, which kept him sidelined all of last season. They will know more on Thursday when Thompson has an MRI. Warriors coach Steve Kerr and some of the training staff will travel to LA to see Thompson.

And yet, the Warriors refused to allow that dreaded uncertainty to influence their draft process. Practically, no NBA rookie could replace Thompson since he helped the Warriors win three NBA titles and cemented himself as one of the league's best shooters and defenders. Philosophically, the Warriors valued talent over positional need because that will help them adapt with or without Thompson.

So the Warriors still selected Memphis center James Wiseman, who impressed them with his rim protection, athleticism and jump-shooting potential. At No. 48, the Warriors then picked Arizona guard Nico Mannion.

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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/19/2020 5:52:17 PM   
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The injury happened pretty early in the day - so well before the draft.

And even though they didn’t find out for sure about the tear, it sounds like it was expected.
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/19/2020 5:55:12 PM   
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the USA Today article continued with:

Nonetheless, the Warriors still have restored enough of their championship body armor at least to become a playoff threat.

They still have Curry’s tremendous shooting, playmaking and empowering leadership style. They still have Draymond Green’s playmaking, defense and demanding leadership style. They still have a solid wing defender (Andrew Wiggins). Myers added the Warriors “have the green light” to use their $17.2 million trade exception, which he said would likely be used on wing depth regardless of Thompson’s health.

Was the exception blown on Oubre?
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/19/2020 6:06:11 PM   
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It was.
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/20/2020 5:32:14 PM   
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Solid get for a bench shooter:

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Free agent Wes Matthews plans to sign with the Lakers, sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/20/2020 5:59:44 PM   
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Lakers trade Green and #28 for Schroeder. Thoughts?


Not sure.

Never been a Schröder fan. Doesn't play much defense, is just an OK passer and turns it over too much, and has always been a poor shooter that gets his points by taking a ton of shots.

But somehow he shot WAY over his head last year. 47% overall and 39% from 3 on 5/game. That's nuts for a guy who was a career 43/32 shooter and only hit better than 34% of his 3s one time previously (all way back in 2014).

If the shooting is real and not an outlier, he could help. But if he regresses to a guy who scores 13 points on 12 FGAs, he won't help at all.

That said, Danny Green looked surprisingly cooked last year.


Thanks for the rundown. I read about his shooting % spike.

Danny Green, all he does is win championships even when he plays like he's 40 years old.

This is a home run for Lakers. Green is nearing the end.

Having said that. Lakers need to find some more consistent 3 point shooters.


Its absolutely a home run if you get 2019-20 Schröder.

Its absolutely not if you get 2013-18 Schröder.

Definitely need a lot more 3 point shooting. If you lose Green, KCP and Bradley, that's your 3 best shooters from last year.

But I'm sure there will be at least a few snipers looking for a ring that will join up cheap.


One thing I like about Schröder is he is aggressive, he attacks the rim. Dude is fast too. KCP & Bradley, not so much.
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/20/2020 11:35:14 PM   
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Vince Carter is the only NBA player to play in 4 different decades.

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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/20/2020 11:39:14 PM   
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Vince Carter is the only NBA player to play in 4 different decades.

Kind of weird Vince Carter is the first to pull this off in the NBA. It's happened a number of times in MLB. Rickey Henderson easily pulled this off by playing until 2003.

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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/21/2020 12:20:00 PM   
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The Pelicans took a major step toward revamping their defense with the reported acquisition of Steven Adams from the Thunder on Saturday morning. Per ESPN, New Orleans sent George Hill, Darius Miller, Denver’s 2023 protected first rounder, and two future second-rounders to complete the deal

Surprised NO can trade Hill after just aquiring him. I thought you couldn't trade a player until mid-season?

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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/21/2020 2:04:31 PM   
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Source: Golden State’s Klay Thompson has suffered a season-ending Achilles tear.

Not good at all for them.


Klay was their best perimeter defender by far IMO. Not to mention his offensive prowess.

He could really limit Lillard and CJ if they chose to isolate or run pick and roll.

Big loss
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/21/2020 9:09:20 PM   
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Lakers trade Green and #28 for Schroeder. Thoughts?


Not sure.

Never been a Schröder fan. Doesn't play much defense, is just an OK passer and turns it over too much, and has always been a poor shooter that gets his points by taking a ton of shots.

But somehow he shot WAY over his head last year. 47% overall and 39% from 3 on 5/game. That's nuts for a guy who was a career 43/32 shooter and only hit better than 34% of his 3s one time previously (all way back in 2014).

If the shooting is real and not an outlier, he could help. But if he regresses to a guy who scores 13 points on 12 FGAs, he won't help at all.

That said, Danny Green looked surprisingly cooked last year.


Thanks for the rundown. I read about his shooting % spike.

Danny Green, all he does is win championships even when he plays like he's 40 years old.

This is a home run for Lakers. Green is nearing the end.

Having said that. Lakers need to find some more consistent 3 point shooters.


Its absolutely a home run if you get 2019-20 Schröder.

Its absolutely not if you get 2013-18 Schröder.

Definitely need a lot more 3 point shooting. If you lose Green, KCP and Bradley, that's your 3 best shooters from last year.

But I'm sure there will be at least a few snipers looking for a ring that will join up cheap.


One thing I like about Schröder is he is aggressive, he attacks the rim. Dude is fast too. KCP & Bradley, not so much.

I don't even try to figure out NBA salary cap rules but what the Lakers are doing doesn't even seem fair.

Harrell in, Howard out
Mathews in, Green out
Schroeder in, Rondo out

All major upgrades.

and Re-sign KCP for 13M per
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/22/2020 10:32:48 AM   
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Lakers trade Green and #28 for Schroeder. Thoughts?


Not sure.

Never been a Schröder fan. Doesn't play much defense, is just an OK passer and turns it over too much, and has always been a poor shooter that gets his points by taking a ton of shots.

But somehow he shot WAY over his head last year. 47% overall and 39% from 3 on 5/game. That's nuts for a guy who was a career 43/32 shooter and only hit better than 34% of his 3s one time previously (all way back in 2014).

If the shooting is real and not an outlier, he could help. But if he regresses to a guy who scores 13 points on 12 FGAs, he won't help at all.

That said, Danny Green looked surprisingly cooked last year.


Thanks for the rundown. I read about his shooting % spike.

Danny Green, all he does is win championships even when he plays like he's 40 years old.

This is a home run for Lakers. Green is nearing the end.

Having said that. Lakers need to find some more consistent 3 point shooters.


Its absolutely a home run if you get 2019-20 Schröder.

Its absolutely not if you get 2013-18 Schröder.

Definitely need a lot more 3 point shooting. If you lose Green, KCP and Bradley, that's your 3 best shooters from last year.

But I'm sure there will be at least a few snipers looking for a ring that will join up cheap.


One thing I like about Schröder is he is aggressive, he attacks the rim. Dude is fast too. KCP & Bradley, not so much.

I don't even try to figure out NBA salary cap rules but what the Lakers are doing doesn't even seem fair.

Harrell in, Howard out
Mathews in, Green out
Schroeder in, Rondo out

All major upgrades.

and Re-sign KCP for 13M per


I liked Howard, but also like the Clippers losing Harrell. Edit - I see the Clippers signed Ibaka.

Vet min types from here on out. They have brought in offensive firepower and energy but lost defense and veteran savvy.

Oh wait. Marc Gasol. Probably more for vet min with McGee trade. And a bit of defense and vet savvy.

Well done.

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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/23/2020 7:21:36 PM  1 votes
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And re-signed Morris. Over his head shooting in the playoffs, but who can argue with success.

For those that doubt Pelinka, you think Kobe would have kept him if he wasn't up to snuff? Not talking about agent vs GM roles, but rather excellence.
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/23/2020 9:03:10 PM   
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Any thoughts on Robert Covington’s time in Minnesota gentlemen?

I’ve seen the highlight reels, but any impressions going forward would be nice

We sure as hell need defense. Lots and lots of Defense
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/23/2020 9:19:32 PM   
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Any thoughts on Robert Covington’s time in Minnesota gentlemen?

I’ve seen the highlight reels, but any impressions going forward would be nice

We sure as hell need defense. Lots and lots of Defense


Loved him. He's as pure of a "3&D" guy as there is in the game.

Maybe the best help defender wing in the game. He's not the physical man defender guys like James, Kawhi and Butler are, but he's amazing at switching and helping. He gets tons of deflections, steals and blocks without gambling. His reaction and recovery are elite.

He's also very vocal and he's always barking out schemes and assignments in real time. He's almost like a PG on the defensive side of the ball. He used to regularly shove Wiggins into the proper position (basically the only times he was in the proper position...). He's "only" 6'7, but has a 7'2 wingspan and plays much bigger than his actual size.

He's not as effective if you attack him hard, and there were Playoff series for Philly where he struggled with teams doing that.

Tremendous rebounder for a guy who is "wing size".

Offensively, he's more of a mixed bag. He's a very good, but streaky shooter. Not much of a playmaker, and he's a turnover machine if he tries to drive the ball.
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/23/2020 10:47:44 PM   
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Any thoughts on Robert Covington’s time in Minnesota gentlemen?

I’ve seen the highlight reels, but any impressions going forward would be nice

We sure as hell need defense. Lots and lots of Defense


Loved him. He's as pure of a "3&D" guy as there is in the game.

Maybe the best help defender wing in the game. He's not the physical man defender guys like James, Kawhi and Butler are, but he's amazing at switching and helping. He gets tons of deflections, steals and blocks without gambling. His reaction and recovery are elite.

He's also very vocal and he's always barking out schemes and assignments in real time. He's almost like a PG on the defensive side of the ball. He used to regularly shove Wiggins into the proper position (basically the only times he was in the proper position...). He's "only" 6'7, but has a 7'2 wingspan and plays much bigger than his actual size.

He's not as effective if you attack him hard, and there were Playoff series for Philly where he struggled with teams doing that.

Tremendous rebounder for a guy who is "wing size".

Offensively, he's more of a mixed bag. He's a very good, but streaky shooter. Not much of a playmaker, and he's a turnover machine if he tries to drive the ball.


Good stuff DL.

Sounds a lot like someone we need.

The tape on him is actually quite amazing in defensive highlights.

So many help blocks/ strips (as you said) Has very quick hands.

Played center for Houston at times. 😂

Thanks again, great insight..
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/24/2020 8:48:04 AM   
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Any thoughts on Robert Covington’s time in Minnesota gentlemen?

I’ve seen the highlight reels, but any impressions going forward would be nice

We sure as hell need defense. Lots and lots of Defense


Loved him. He's as pure of a "3&D" guy as there is in the game.

Maybe the best help defender wing in the game. He's not the physical man defender guys like James, Kawhi and Butler are, but he's amazing at switching and helping. He gets tons of deflections, steals and blocks without gambling. His reaction and recovery are elite.

He's also very vocal and he's always barking out schemes and assignments in real time. He's almost like a PG on the defensive side of the ball. He used to regularly shove Wiggins into the proper position (basically the only times he was in the proper position...). He's "only" 6'7, but has a 7'2 wingspan and plays much bigger than his actual size.

He's not as effective if you attack him hard, and there were Playoff series for Philly where he struggled with teams doing that.

Tremendous rebounder for a guy who is "wing size".

Offensively, he's more of a mixed bag. He's a very good, but streaky shooter. Not much of a playmaker, and he's a turnover machine if he tries to drive the ball.


Good stuff DL.

Sounds a lot like someone we need.

The tape on him is actually quite amazing in defensive highlights.

So many help blocks/ strips (as you said) Has very quick hands.

Played center for Houston at times. 😂

Thanks again, great insight..


The only thing to worry about other than DL mentioned is he has a balky knee. He needs rest at time but when healthy he just means so much to the defense. It is like his arm wingspan is 10 feet because he is always in the best position it seems.

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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/24/2020 5:26:38 PM   
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Any thoughts on Robert Covington’s time in Minnesota gentlemen?

I’ve seen the highlight reels, but any impressions going forward would be nice

We sure as hell need defense. Lots and lots of Defense


Loved him. He's as pure of a "3&D" guy as there is in the game.

Maybe the best help defender wing in the game. He's not the physical man defender guys like James, Kawhi and Butler are, but he's amazing at switching and helping. He gets tons of deflections, steals and blocks without gambling. His reaction and recovery are elite.

He's also very vocal and he's always barking out schemes and assignments in real time. He's almost like a PG on the defensive side of the ball. He used to regularly shove Wiggins into the proper position (basically the only times he was in the proper position...). He's "only" 6'7, but has a 7'2 wingspan and plays much bigger than his actual size.

He's not as effective if you attack him hard, and there were Playoff series for Philly where he struggled with teams doing that.

Tremendous rebounder for a guy who is "wing size".

Offensively, he's more of a mixed bag. He's a very good, but streaky shooter. Not much of a playmaker, and he's a turnover machine if he tries to drive the ball.


Good stuff DL.

Sounds a lot like someone we need.

The tape on him is actually quite amazing in defensive highlights.

So many help blocks/ strips (as you said) Has very quick hands.

Played center for Houston at times. 😂

Thanks again, great insight..


The only thing to worry about other than DL mentioned is he has a balky knee. He needs rest at time but when healthy he just means so much to the defense. It is like his arm wingspan is 10 feet because he is always in the best position it seems.


Thanks Phil!

At least we have some depth to offset Covington getting less PT.

Last year he would’ve been forced into huge minutes.

Defense has been scarce in Rip City for quite sometime.

He appears to have a way better stroke then either Aminu or Harkless (The last two supposed 3&D’s we had 🙄)
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/24/2020 5:36:06 PM   
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Any thoughts on Robert Covington’s time in Minnesota gentlemen?

I’ve seen the highlight reels, but any impressions going forward would be nice

We sure as hell need defense. Lots and lots of Defense


Loved him. He's as pure of a "3&D" guy as there is in the game.

Maybe the best help defender wing in the game. He's not the physical man defender guys like James, Kawhi and Butler are, but he's amazing at switching and helping. He gets tons of deflections, steals and blocks without gambling. His reaction and recovery are elite.

He's also very vocal and he's always barking out schemes and assignments in real time. He's almost like a PG on the defensive side of the ball. He used to regularly shove Wiggins into the proper position (basically the only times he was in the proper position...). He's "only" 6'7, but has a 7'2 wingspan and plays much bigger than his actual size.

He's not as effective if you attack him hard, and there were Playoff series for Philly where he struggled with teams doing that.

Tremendous rebounder for a guy who is "wing size".

Offensively, he's more of a mixed bag. He's a very good, but streaky shooter. Not much of a playmaker, and he's a turnover machine if he tries to drive the ball.


Good stuff DL.

Sounds a lot like someone we need.

The tape on him is actually quite amazing in defensive highlights.

So many help blocks/ strips (as you said) Has very quick hands.

Played center for Houston at times. 😂

Thanks again, great insight..


The only thing to worry about other than DL mentioned is he has a balky knee. He needs rest at time but when healthy he just means so much to the defense. It is like his arm wingspan is 10 feet because he is always in the best position it seems.


Thanks Phil!

At least we have some depth to offset Covington getting less PT.

Last year he would’ve been forced into huge minutes.

Defense has been scarce in Rip City for quite sometime.

He appears to have a way better stroke then either Aminu or Harkless (The last two supposed 3&D’s we had 🙄)


Both players that I do like quite a bit, but RoCo is on a whole different level.
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/24/2020 6:10:23 PM   
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ROCO was my favorite Twolf .
Not a huge Blazer guy, but love his addition.
Will be watching many more Blazer games.

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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/25/2020 2:33:11 PM   
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Never understood why he disappeared
I have to admit to being a shitty fan lately of the Wolves, but when he was playing, and when I watched, he was
CLEARLY the most-productive and most entertaining guy we had.
Saying a lot? No, but we weren't awful, we were competitive, and he was the main reason, in my tainted opinion.
You got a playah Kurt. Enjoy him. Hope he stays on the court, if he does, you will love him.

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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/26/2020 11:56:22 AM   
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ROCO was my favorite Twolf .
Not a huge Blazer guy, but love his addition.
Will be watching many more Blazer games.


Pretty much exactly what they need in a big way.

Now if they can find someone who can guard on the perimeter, it could be very interesting.
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RE: NBA Talk 2020 - 11/26/2020 11:59:25 AM   
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Never understood why he disappeared
I have to admit to being a shitty fan lately of the Wolves, but when he was playing, and when I watched, he was
CLEARLY the most-productive and most entertaining guy we had.
Saying a lot? No, but we weren't awful, we were competitive, and he was the main reason, in my tainted opinion.
You got a playah Kurt. Enjoy him. Hope he stays on the court, if he does, you will love him.


Thanks Scott.

I look forward to what I’m seeing on tape being implemented on this squad.

So un-sexy to be a great defender, but what a difference it could make with this team.
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