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Lebron James Jr.

He going top 5 in 9 years

I would play him over DJ Augustin in the game tonight. Literally
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So Noah and Taj are gone by February?
possibly. One or both
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So Noah and Taj are gone by February?
possibly. One or both

Fine by me. Clears up room for Portis and hopefully we'll get some reliable wings to fill up the rotation.
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Fine by me. Clears up room for Portis and hopefully we'll get some reliable wings to fill up the rotation.

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fisher n parker have how many rings? you peeps just need to stop with the linear analysis.

think its safe to say that you just gotta do what u gotta do as a team to win. fisher aint gonna post up dudes and try dream shake people with shaq, n kobe.

its the reason why guys like harper, horry, shaw, gino, parker, TD all have rings..

just fill your role.
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too long, didn't read. team is cheeks doh.

If the Clippers are cheeks, what does that make the Lakers? Rectum?

The residue from the cheeks
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fisher n parker have how many rings? you peeps just need to stop with the linear analysis.

think its safe to say that you just gotta do what u gotta do as a team to win. fisher aint gonna post up dudes and try dream shake people with shaq, n kobe.

its the reason why guys like harper, horry, shaw, gino, parker, TD all have rings..

just fill your role.

Basically.

The only real formula for winning an NBA championship is at least one superstar, good timely role players, good coach, good bench, continuity, chemistry and a top 10 offense & defense.

All of the champs have that makeup.
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fisher n parker have how many rings? you peeps just need to stop with the linear analysis.

think its safe to say that you just gotta do what u gotta do as a team to win. fisher aint gonna post up dudes and try dream shake people with shaq, n kobe.

its the reason why guys like harper, horry, shaw, gino, parker, TD all have rings..

just fill your role.

Basically.

The only real formula for winning an NBA championship is at least one superstar, good timely role players, good coach, good bench, continuity, chemistry and a top 10 offense & defense.

All of the champs have that makeup.

agree and all of the champs don't have a make up as a pass first point guard being their superstar or even their top 2 player
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fisher n parker have how many rings? you peeps just need to stop with the linear analysis.

think its safe to say that you just gotta do what u gotta do as a team to win. fisher aint gonna post up dudes and try dream shake people with shaq, n kobe.

its the reason why guys like harper, horry, shaw, gino, parker, TD all have rings..

just fill your role.

Basically.

The only real formula for winning an NBA championship is at least one superstar, good timely role players, good coach, good bench, continuity, chemistry and a top 10 offense & defense.

All of the champs have that makeup.
To be more concise:

Two top ten players, one really good third wheel, a solid to great all time coach, competent role players and an overall top eight team offense and defense.
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agree and all of the champs don't have a make up as a pass first point guard being their superstar or even their top 2 player

Magic would like to have a word with you
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To be more concise:

Two top ten players, one really good third wheel, a solid to great all time coach, competent role players and an overall top eight team offense and defense.

Since we started this talking about wall, this right here is EXACTLY why KD is so coveted for them or Melo before him.
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Skill wise, I hope my PG can handle the ball, shoot a jumper, hit FTs, and play defense. I don‘t him taking shots, but need him to run the offense by making the defense react a certain way, then setting things up.
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agree and all of the champs don't have a make up as a pass first point guard being their superstar or even their top 2 player

Magic would like to have a word with you

my fault, i was thinking about nba teams of recent memory but im interested to know what other pg besides Magic has there been?
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Magic would like to have a word with you

 

Right.

 

The set up that @PMatic just laid out is more important that narrowing it down to "pass first" "shoot first" and all of that ****.

 

The recent examples are coincidences. It's not like that proves "shoot first pg is what wins championships" and that's some standard rule teams should follow.

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agree and all of the champs don't have a make up as a pass first point guard being their superstar or even their top 2 player

The teams to win chips recently with good PG's are Billups, Kidd, Rondo, Parker Curry. All different PG's.
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Keep in mind that up until recently the notion was that you needed a "dominant" big to win it all.

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Bron salty for always playing on the road on Xmas

 

"[Our family] don't have any Xmas traditions"

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Bron salty for always playing on the road on Xmas

"[Our family] don't have any Xmas traditions"

Maybe if he won the chip, the year before?
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my fault, i was thinking about nba teams of recent memory but im interested to know what other pg besides Magic has there been?

Isiah Thomas, Jason Kidd, Rondo.

Like someone said recently, limiting things to "pass first", "shoot first" PG's are limited. Tony Parker isn't really a "score first" or "past first" pg. Neither is Steph. And you even factor in guys like Magic and Isiah who were averaging 20ppg & 10apg. A player that can do that can be valuable on the right team.
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agree and all of the champs don't have a make up as a pass first point guard being their superstar or even their top 2 player

The teams to win chips recently with good PG's are Billups, Kidd, Rondo, Parker Curry. All different PG's.

 

I wouldn't count Kidd & Rondo. They really weren't even the 3rd best players on there teams.

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agree and all of the champs don't have a make up as a pass first point guard being their superstar or even their top 2 player

The teams to win chips recently with good PG's are Billups, Kidd, Rondo, Parker Curry. All different PG's.

no i mean a pass-first point guard as at least a top 2 player, without argument, on his team.
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agree and all of the champs don't have a make up as a pass first point guard being their superstar or even their top 2 player

The teams to win chips recently with good PG's are Billups, Kidd, Rondo, Parker Curry. All different PG's.

no i mean a pass-first point guard as at least a top 2 player, without argument, on his team.

 

IMO the closet to that would have been Stockton or Nash....but they fell short :{

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my fault, i was thinking about nba teams of recent memory but im interested to know what other pg besides Magic has there been?

Isiah Thomas, Jason Kidd, Rondo.

Like someone said recently, limiting things to "pass first", "shoot first" PG's are limited. Tony Parker isn't really a "score first" or "past first" pg. Neither is Steph. And you even factor in guys like Magic and Isiah who were averaging 20ppg & 10apg. A player that can do that can be valuable on the right team.

well since this topic started because of wall. let me rephrase the question. when was the last time a team won a ring or even got to the finals with their point guard being a top 2 player on his team without an elite offensive game?
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Bron salty for always playing on the road on Xmas

"[Our family] don't have any Xmas traditions"

Poor Bronny. Things are always so tough for him....
" . . . what a long, strange trip its been . . . " The Grateful Dead, "Truckin'" (and a good summary of my life as an LA Clippers fan)
" . . . what a long, strange trip its been . . . " The Grateful Dead, "Truckin'" (and a good summary of my life as an LA Clippers fan)
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Fine by me. Clears up room for Portis and hopefully we'll get some reliable wings to fill up the rotation.
TRoss. GHenderson. BMeclemore. Are pretty much targeted.
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Bron salty for always playing on the road on Xmas

"[Our family] don't have any Xmas traditions"

LeNoTraditions

NY Knicks | NY Jets | NY Yankees

 

"When I die I want the Knicks/Jets to carry my casket so they can let me down one last time"

 

NY Knicks | NY Jets | NY Yankees

 

"When I die I want the Knicks/Jets to carry my casket so they can let me down one last time"

 

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at the end of the day, sonetimes it just doesnt work out. in todays evolved specimen, the skill set is a combo in many.

you win when u dominate. right now only the gsws are dominating in convincing fashion.
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well since this topic started because of wall. let me rephrase the question. when was the last time a team won a ring or even got to the finals with their point guard being a top 2 player on his team without an elite offensive game?

Gary Payton. Who averaged the same amount of points but 3 less assist then Wall. I've been saying for the longest Wall is a modern GP. GP is my all time favorite player so maybe that explains my appreciation for what Wall does besides the fact he's a Wizard.
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Gary Payton. Who averaged the same amount of points but 3 less assist then Wall. I've been saying for the longest Wall is a modern GP. GP is my all time favorite player so maybe that explains my appreciation for what Wall does besides the fact he's a Wizard.

glove would make guys second guess why they even learned to dribble.

glove would suffocate.

wall?

hes too busy doing the neinei n taking ig self scree selfies.

totally differenr swag levels.

odell type
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LeNoTraditions

How about the tradition of his family probably getting whatever they want each Christmas because playing NBA basketball has allowed LeBron to earn hundreds of millions of dollars? I think I could have lived with that over seeing a movie with my family every Christmas Eve (Preceded half the time by an argument about which movie) and eating the same ham dinner every Christmas Day.
" . . . what a long, strange trip its been . . . " The Grateful Dead, "Truckin'" (and a good summary of my life as an LA Clippers fan)
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