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Taj Gibson- anyone, anyone?

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So....

 

Gibson had 17 points (on 50% shooting), 10 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 1 steal tonight... on the other hand, our power forward had 11 points (on 44% shooting), 5 rebounds, 3 assists, and 1 steal...

 

Yeah we obviously don't need a player like Gibson on our team.

 

Face it, we're going to be at least the 8th seed whether you guys want to be or not. Why not try to be a better seed (at least the 6th seed) so we have a chance at possibly advancing to the second round and making our pick that we owe Chicago worse.

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So....

 

Gibson had 17 points (on 50% shooting), 10 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 1 steal tonight... on the other hand, our power forward had 11 points (on 44% shooting), 5 rebounds, 3 assists, and 1 steal...

 

Yeah we obviously don't need a player like Gibson on our team.

 

Face it, we're going to be at least the 8th seed whether you guys want to be or not. Why not try to be a better seed (at least the 6th seed) so we have a chance at possibly advancing to the second round and making our pick that we owe Chicago worse.

 

 

Actually not so likely, Charlotte has 3 games in hand over the next two teams and is only a half game up on Detroit. A full game up on NY. I wouldn't mind the team improving via trade by getting rid of Gordan and sessions, but I'd really like it to not amount to much for this season and still get 3 draft picks. lol 

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Actually not so likely, Charlotte has 3 games in hand over the next two teams and is only a half game up on Detroit. A full game up on NY. I wouldn't mind the team improving via trade by getting rid of Gordan and sessions, but I'd really like it to not amount to much for this season and still get 3 draft picks. lol 

 

Detroit is already trying to find a taker for Josh Smith, if they get rid of him then their season is over.

 

And I wont be worried about New York until they solve all of their character issues (which most likely won't be this season).

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So....

 

Gibson had 17 points (on 50% shooting), 10 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 1 steal tonight... on the other hand, our power forward had 11 points (on 44% shooting), 5 rebounds, 3 assists, and 1 steal...

 

Yeah we obviously don't need a player like Gibson on our team.

 

Face it, we're going to be at least the 8th seed whether you guys want to be or not. Why not try to be a better seed (at least the 6th seed) so we have a chance at possibly advancing to the second round and making our pick that we owe Chicago worse.

Will you give it a rest already. Put a sock in it.

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Will you give it a rest already. Put a sock in it.

 

Great contribution to the thread... you've been wrong with everything you've said this year; the real question is why do you keep talking?

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So....

 

Gibson had 17 points (on 50% shooting), 10 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 1 steal tonight... on the other hand, our power forward had 11 points (on 44% shooting), 5 rebounds, 3 assists, and 1 steal...

 

Yeah we obviously don't need a player like Gibson on our team.

 

Face it, we're going to be at least the 8th seed whether you guys want to be or not. Why not try to be a better seed (at least the 6th seed) so we have a chance at possibly advancing to the second round and making our pick that we owe Chicago worse.

 

I'd rather just give Zeller a fair chance at some minutes rather than acquire someone who is overpaid.

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Face it, we're going to be at least the 8th seed whether you guys want to be or not. Why not try to be a better seed (at least the 6th seed) so we have a chance at possibly advancing to the second round and making our pick that we owe Chicago worse.

 

If I had to bet on it, I think we get the 8 seed but its definitely not a sure thing.  We've had the easiest schedule in the league so far, plus the Knicks are only a game back and a lot more talented.  And you have the Cavs back there who look terrible but are at least still trying to win.

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If I had to bet on it, I think we get the 8 seed but its definitely not a sure thing.  We've had the easiest schedule in the league so far, plus the Knicks are only a game back and a lot more talented.  And you have the Cavs back there who look terrible but are at least still trying to win.

 

Knicks are so hard to figure out, they look good a few games and then lost to the Bucks tonight.

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