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Post by steve3344 on Fri Mar 17, 2017 4:49 am


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Post by kdp59 on Sat Mar 18, 2017 9:33 am

when I see story's like these I always look to see if there is a player that Danny could steal in their dysfunction.

except for Booker or Chriss, I don't see anyone on the Suns I would be interested in. Maybe Warren but I doubt either player would be available unless the Suns are run by  total fools.

Bledsoe is on a nice contract, but he seems to get injured every other year and doesn't fit here unless he is replacing IT.

Chandler might help us, but he's 34 now and even though his contract is in Amir range he has a full two more years.

Bender showed nothing before being injured and they cant let him go so soon anyway.

Dudley and Knight are vets that don't improve what he have with their market deals.


Lakers are just as much of a mess it seems when  I look at their roster.

Deng and Mozgov  on near un-tradable  contracts for four more years?

Russell and Ingram are  under performing their draft status so far.

Randle is looking like an average NBA PF at best. Nance Jr NOT being his dad.

Clarkson and Brewer are nice players but on market deals now. Zubac has shown some limited promise as maybe a future back up Center.

I'm not sure there is a player on that roster I would want to be honest.

Both teams are tanking because they have no choice.
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Post by steve3344 on Tue Mar 21, 2017 8:41 pm


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Post by NYCelt on Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:26 pm

kdp59 wrote:when I see story's like these I always look to see if there is a player that Danny could steal in their dysfunction.

except for Booker or Chriss, I don't see anyone on the Suns I would be interested in. Maybe Warren but I doubt either player would be available unless the Suns are run by  total fools.

Bledsoe is on a nice contract, but he seems to get injured every other year and doesn't fit here unless he is replacing IT.

Chandler might help us, but he's 34 now and even though his contract is in Amir range he has a full two more years.

Bender showed nothing before being injured and they cant let him go so soon anyway.

Dudley and Knight are vets that don't improve what he have with their market deals.


Lakers are just as much of a mess it seems when  I look at their roster.

Deng and Mozgov  on near un-tradable  contracts for four more years?

Russell and Ingram are  under performing their draft status so far.

Randle is looking like an average NBA PF at best. Nance Jr NOT being his dad.

Clarkson and Brewer are nice players but on market deals now. Zubac has shown some limited promise as maybe a future back up Center.

I'm not sure there is a player on that roster I would want to be honest.

Both teams are tanking because they have no choice.

kdp,

Interesting fishing spot!

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Re: Suns join Lakers in the tank.

Post by steve3344 on Fri Mar 24, 2017 12:58 am

Suns in full tank mode now, lose to the Nyets 126-98 tonight tonight.  Wow.

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Post by steve3344 on Sun Mar 26, 2017 1:50 am


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Re: Suns join Lakers in the tank.

Post by worcester on Sun Mar 26, 2017 10:39 am

Kristaps is going to look seriously at whether he wants to stay in NYC when this contract is up. He's not improved his game much this year, and I doubt he wants to see himself as a loser for the rest of his years in the NBA. This tanking mode hurts morale amongst players who are on the team. Don't be surprised when he becomes a free agent if he packs his bags.
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Post by worcester on Mon Mar 27, 2017 8:36 am

Doc may be tanking.
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