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  1. 6 minutes ago, azeri98 said:

    I disagree. The NBA has been playing back to backs for decades. The players now are soft and run the league. For the amount of money these guys make they shouldn't be missing any games. The league should fine teams heavily for guys who miss one game during a back to back and then miraculously the injury is gone

    Good. Let them 'run it', they are the ones creating value. You must be a big NFL/College fan.

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  2. 3 minutes ago, Dreams And Dwightmares said:

     

    Convince the Terry rozier owner in my league to do that trade and I'm down 100%.

     

    Also, I don't know what temporization is, but I'm leaning towards it being a made up word. 

    Pacing. My bad, literal translation from my mother tongue.

    Point being, you're probably not aware of Haliburtons strengths and what makes him a good player, since you're wishing for stuff he isn't and shouldn't strive to be. 

  3. 16 minutes ago, Dreams And Dwightmares said:

    Dude seems gun shy.  I want him to triple those shot attempts to about 20 per game.

     

    Let's go Haliburton. Give me some oil and set it on fire!

    He's not gun shy. He's extremely smart about his positioning, temporization and shot selection. Thats part of what makes him really good.

     

    If that other stuff is what you're looking for I got a barely used Terry Rozier right here for you.

  4. 42 minutes ago, perkinsfor3 said:

    I had him as one of my break out players before the season started. However, when you lose out to Juancho and Layman as a PF, its a bad look. 

     

    Yesterday he finally got some run and even though he is a good rebounder and passer, he somehow looked totally out of place. He offers very little offense and didnt play a lot of team ball (although the ast numbers might indicate otherwise). I dont expext him to make much noise unless he takes a big leap in development.

    Btw this doesnt only go for Vandy, but also for a dude like Culver: I really dont like the development the Wolves are showing. And a lot of that is on the team, which is allowing, maybe even forcing, younger players to do stuff they shouldnt and are probably not comfortable with. Look at the shots a developing scorer like Culver is taking. Look at how Vanderbilt is bringing the ball up at the wrong moments. I dont belive in Saunders as a coach.

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  5. I had him as one of my break out players before the season started. However, when you lose out to Juancho and Layman as a PF, its a bad look. 

     

    Yesterday he finally got some run and even though he is a good rebounder and passer, he somehow looked totally out of place. He offers very little offense and didnt play a lot of team ball (although the ast numbers might indicate otherwise). I dont expext him to make much noise unless he takes a big leap in development.

  6. On 12/24/2020 at 6:35 PM, RunCMC said:

     

    Agreed but wayyyy too early to jump ship.

    We have a pretty big sample size of him last year, playing quite well.

    But holy fook what was that jumpshot I just witnessed , WOW lol . I'll snap if that's a reoccurring thing

    He has all the opportunity in the world with triple J on the shelf. 

    You snapped.

  7. 9 minutes ago, doomz said:

     

     

    mhhh no dude lol, he's like 4 feet away from Holiday, don't get tricked by the camera angle. It is a non contant injury.

    Seems you're right. Doubt it's a hip pointer then? Didnt notice anything obvious which could have led to it earlier on. 

     

    Knicks totally collapsed in second half btw. 

  8. 4 minutes ago, Kriggly said:


    Other guy posted the Duncan data, didn't notice that he was just adding to your previous post.  

    I wasn't claiming he doesn't play rookies, just that he doesn't play them much.  Again, he hasn't had a rookie playing fantasy relevant minutes (outside of huge leagues) in almost two decades.  Relevant consideration and reinforced by what happened during the season opener.  

    I'll just go ahead and ask it again. How many rookies have been deserving of minutes over the past two decades? And while were at it- how many lottery picks did the Spurs have over that span? How many rookies are actually fantasy relevant altogether? I have the answers, but curious to see if you make the connection here.

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  9. 10 minutes ago, JormaJormala said:

    I own him and love the production thus far. And it can only go up. Did not enjoy Buddy tipping that game winning shot in though. Going to make him and Luke see eye to eye for a few games at least...

    Because of a tip in? You believe that single tip in would make Walton think differently? Jeez. There's a whole game of Hield sucking before that tip in to review, and even then - enoigh minutes for both of them, since they play entirely different games/roles. Worry about CoJo in a contract year if you want to sweat about the, frankly, thin backcourt rotation in Sac. 

  10. 1 hour ago, IDatDude said:


    How long are guys usually out for hip pointers? 

    This is the moment when it seemed to happen:

    At first I read it was a non contact injury - which probably would be scarier, but reviewing that play, it looks like Holiday landed on Qyickleys hip with the rebound. I think it's usually 2-3 weeks to get back to full health?

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  11. 6 hours ago, mattshhh said:

    Take a deep breath and relax. He was in good shape a week ago and for perkins to be re-evaluating his entire skillset off one game is as rotoworld as it gets. They like him more than Bridges, it was clear last season and confirmed in preseason. Rozier scored 42 points, so maybe im wrong and this is what every night will look like

    PJ wasnt in good shape a week ago... And once again, its not based off of one game. But go ahead and bend the narrative however you want to. Its also not that hard to like a player more than Bridges... 

  12. 1 hour ago, Kriggly said:

     

    Comparing this guy to Parker, Manu, and Duncan is bold.  We'll see, but I'm going with the historical trend that he gets minimal burn and develops like we've seen for every Spurs rookie in the last 18 years.     

    You pick the three best ones and I didnt even mention Duncan, I listed 15-20 names by looking at every Spurs rookie drafted since Duncan. I pointed out that simply stating that Pop doesnt play rookies is false.

     

    What are you even trying to say with that nonsense?

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