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Who Will Win it All?


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Jun 14, 2013
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Thibidou has brought the Knocks back from being a joke team to best defense in the NBA, and a grind you down problem for a lot of opponents. He got his type of young players and is getting the best of them. Still they are not half as grimy as some of the good 90's teams and discombobulated and confused the shit out of the Warriors. For someone who played against these type of teams in his career, Kerr had no answers tonight.
 

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Thibidou has brought the Knocks back from being a joke team to best defense in the NBA, and a grind you down problem for a lot of opponents. He got his type of young players and is getting the best of them. Still they are not half as grimy as some of the good 90's teams and discombobulated and confused the shit out of the Warriors. For someone who played against these type of teams in his career, Kerr had no answers tonight.
The team completely falls apart without Draymond Green, who for some reason got DQ'd for yelling at Wiseman
 
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Is this three- headed monster in Brooklyn gonna work? I don't think it will. Harden to the Nets is a good trade, but not while Kyrie is still there.
Indiana did very well in getting Caris Levert. He's an unselfish guy who scores well, and has a very team-friendly contract.
Houston got Oladipo, and I think this will be a good trade for Houston. He doesn't dominate the ball, and he plays very good defense. I think this trade makes Houston a contender. And they got 8 fucking draft picks.
Cleveland picking up Jarret Allen is interesting. He makes Drummond expendable. He is only 22 and has lots of upside.
I also don't think it will work. Basically all 3 of them ran away from issues when things got tough. As soon as Kyrie got back the chemistry went to shit. None of them have won anything when they had to be the sole leader. Harden's numbers and touches will go down and if they get into any losing streaks, the criticisms will come out. The talent is there but can they beat consistently any of the big defensive teams. They just got obliterated twice in a row by Cleveland.
 
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I also don't think it will work. Basically all 3 of them ran away from issues when things got tough. As soon as Kyrie got back the chemistry went to shit. None of them have won anything when they had to be the sole leader. Harden's numbers and touches will go down and if they get into any losing streaks, the criticisms will come out. The talent is there but can they beat consistently any of the big defensive teams. They just got obliterated twice in a row by Cleveland.
Tbf, they made Cleveland a playoff contender. Prince and Allen are very good defenders, and they just give Cleveland a great balance of vets and youth.
It seems small teams are struggling with the bigger teams in the East. If you don't have a competent big man, you will struggle.
The problem with Kyrie is that he is not looking to give other guys touches. He doesn't respect the whole team. He has a superiority complex.
 
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The Warriors defense is atrocious. Drey Green can be a liability when there are no shooters, like last season with Curry and Clay out. This season against the better teams they need some shots from him and he has nothing. Oubre still MIA.
 
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The Warriors defense is atrocious. Drey Green can be a liability when there are no shooters, like last season with Curry and Clay out. This season against the better teams they need some shots from him and he has nothing. Oubre still MIA.
I think the nagging injuries have taken a toll on Draymond. He is not the dog he used to be. He is somebody who makes other guys better, but it seems they haven't yet come together as a team.
 
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Boogie is having another aid game. Thats fewat to see.
Gotta fwel bad for rhe Wizaeda, though. Looks like they may have gotten fleeced.
 
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Bradley Beal is finally showing his frustrations. He should just ask for a trade. Washington isn't going anywhere, and a good deal will benefit the Wiz and Beal. Hopefully Washington does the right thing and let's him go.