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Dorian Gray

David Aldridge says Hornets had third best offseason in the NBA

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Its not a most improved list though.  Its a best offseason list.  And they added some good assets without giving away anything important.  4th might be a little high, but they had a good offseason.

 

Imo not dealing Rondo while his value is low was a good decision, now he can come out and play well this year and they'll trade him by the deadline

 

Darn you. My complaints have been vanquished. My argument has been defeated. Delicious pie for you.

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James Young, Marcus Smart, and Evan Turner is a nice backcourt to build around man. Smart's my dark horse for ROY.

After seeing him in the Summer league Smart seems like he is maxed out other than getting a better jump shot.

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After seeing him in the Summer league Smart seems like he is maxed out other than getting a better jump shot.I

I thought he played well in Summer league.

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I'm not going to read this but I'm 100% sure Cleveland is #1 offseason

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I just don't see where that team is headed. First it was "Sign Melo then use all the assets from the Brooklyn deal to lure in Kevin Love who's hanging out with Rondo at Fenway." Then it was "Ship Rondo out to Houston/Sacramento." Neither of those things transpired, and their only free agent addition of note is Evan Turner. They drafted a point guard they don't need if indeed they're going to keep Rondo around.

Maybe I'm overreacting to the C's striking out on big moves that may or may not have been in play at all but I just don't see it.

Smart would be better off a 2 guard

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