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Mitchell Robinson 2019-2020 Outlook


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13 minutes ago, Quazza said:

apparently after their trash a** offer, we asked for Robinson and an unprotected first

wont happen but its the knicks so it probably will

I hope it does. #FreeMitch needs to trend on Twitter, tbh. I'd rather see Mitch miserable fighting for minutes in a Warriors jersey than that POS organization that they call the Knicks because you know something good will come if Mitch continues to develop as a Warrior. I no longer have Mitch, but I'll be rooting for the Warriors if it ever comes to that.

Can you imagine Draymond taking Mitchell Freaking Robinson under his wing?!?!?! That's just unfair.

 

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4 minutes ago, MysticPeak said:

I hope it does. #FreeMitch needs to trend on Twitter, tbh. I'd rather see Mitch miserable fighting for minutes in a Warriors jersey than that POS organization that they call the Knicks because you know something good will come if Mitch continues to develop as a Warrior. I no longer have Mitch, but I'll be rooting for the Warriors if it ever comes to that.

Can you imagine Draymond taking Mitchell Freaking Robinson under his wing?!?!?! That's just unfair.

 

 

 

the Draymond lobs to Mitch......

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1 minute ago, Eltoro said:


Knicks claimed two players were untouchable this trade deadline--RJ and Mitch--but they secretly want to develop their exciting prospect Taj Gibson 

He may be untouchable for the front office but wonder if they have any influence with the coaching staff or they just let them do their job

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20 minutes ago, deathrazor said:

He may be untouchable for the front office but wonder if they have any influence with the coaching staff or they just let them do their job


A good front office works in symbiosis with the coaching staff. FO brings in pieces to fit the coaching vision and coaches give input on the types of players they need for their system to work. That's how you maximize the value of both players themselves and players as assets, and is a big reason why the Spurs have been successful for 20+ years. 
 

At this point I wonder if Dolan has a mandate to squeeze out as many wins as possible because he hates the humiliation of the "sell the team" chants. 

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