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Define a "successful season"

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Give me a few stats/numbers/stipulations that need to happen in order to categorize this upcoming season as successful.. what could Marvin do to make you think he is worth his contract? what would the team's record need to be to make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside?

 

maybe Kemba shooting .450 FG% or averaging 7+ asissts a game?

 

maybe Big Al averageing at least 18/10?

 

maybe Taylor playing a certain amount of games?

 

maybe MKG averaging 10ppg?

 

Zeller? Vonleh? PJ? Neal?

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these are just some things to get you thinking.....

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Playoff series win or season was a failure. Team needs to be blown up again if it's cap is 7/8 seed and first round exit.

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My personal opinion on what a successful season is, is garnering at least the sixth seed in the playoffs and at the very least a competitive playoff series (seven games) or a playoff series victory.

I'd also like to see Kemba become a complete player and at the very least Biyombo develop a decent offensive game. I don't think we can afford to pay $5.5 mil for a player who is defined as just a rim protector. He needs to show some signs of development that he hasn't shown in the past.

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Playoff series win or season was a failure. Team needs to be blown up again if it's cap is 7/8 seed and first round exit.

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They have picked the youngest player in the past three drafts. They have given a "major" contract to two players and only one is on the books.

This idea that we automatically left the rebuilding stage simply because of a token playoff appearance is not true. You can't blow something up if you haven't even given it a chance to grow yet. Re-tool, yes. But a complete tank is unnecessary. This franchise hasn't won a single playoff game in their modern existence.

To answer the thread, a playoff win is a success for me. Miami isn't going to fall off as most were hoping and Cleveland emphatically re-joined the playoff picture.

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