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God no. He is a terrible defender. He would be an upgrade to Marco shooting percentage wise. Not sure where else he fits on the team.

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They are asking for a first and second for Lopez. So i hope the Hornets wouldn't be stupid enough to trade a 1st for Bogdanovic

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Bojan Bogdonovic is a good spot up shooter. Would give us better shooting. I don't want to give up a 1st for him though. Maybe give them Lamb and a 2nd for Bojan and one of their backup PG's? Whitehead maybe?

Idk though tbh. Doesn't seem like a clean trade. 

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Stupid.  We're still chasing after this bum?  I'd rather us take those assets and go after Lopez if we're gonna deal with the nets.

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This franchise is looking like a dumpster fire right now, and I'm worried they're going to make one of those bone headed knee jerk decisions that looks like a trade just to trade.

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34 minutes ago, Chaos said:

This franchise is looking like a dumpster fire right now, and I'm worried they're going to make one of those bone headed knee jerk decisions that looks like a trade just to trade.

It's coming. You know it's coming.

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It's coming. You know it's coming.


Its coming and it will backfire big time. Some team is going to get our first this year, we will still suck and this will be the year we would have won the lottery but it will be for another team.

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