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#1 WOW!!

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Posted 10 February 2014 - 11:33 PM

Who IYO is the better player? 

 

And since tee leaves are saying the FO maybe ready to give up on MKG.

 

Which would be a better fit at SF for us?

 

 



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 05:58 AM

Tobias Harris has the upside factor.

 

I dunno who fits better for us though, I can't do that kind of stuff with basketball analysis yet.



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 08:26 AM

Turner.

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 09:37 AM

Player A:

13.7ppg

1.4ast

7.5reb

.427 FG%

.193 3pt FG%

 

Player B:

17.4ppg

3.7ast

6.0 reb

.431 FG%

.287 3pt FG%

 

Player C:

16.6ppg

1.7ast

4.9reb

.420 FG%

.362 3pt FG%

 

 

who do you want playing SF?



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 09:54 AM

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 09:56 AM

Lets remember one is 25 and the other is 21.



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 01:51 PM

Player A:

13.7ppg

1.4ast

7.5reb

.427 FG%

.193 3pt FG%

 

Player B:

17.4ppg

3.7ast

6.0 reb

.431 FG%

.287 3pt FG%

 

Player C:

16.6ppg

1.7ast

4.9reb

.420 FG%

.362 3pt FG%

 

 

who do you want playing SF?

Player B is most well rounded although Bobcats could use someone shooting close to 40% from the arc.  I'm going with B then C then A from stats.



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 02:05 PM

Dont like Evan Turner.  Hes not a bad player, but I just dont see him as anything special.  Still cant hit threes, nothing special on defense, decent ball handler/ passer but he turns it over too much.  He wouldnt be scoring so much if the 76ers werent garbage, and I just dont see him getting much better at this point (hes the same age as Kevin Durant).

 

Wouldnt mind picking him up in free agency at the right price, but I wouldnt give up a 1st round pick for him when you still have to pay him



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 03:14 PM

Player B is most well rounded although Bobcats could use someone shooting close to 40% from the arc.  I'm going with B then C then A from stats.

 

A- Tobias Harris

B- Evan Turner

C- Jeff Green



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 03:29 PM

I'd much rather we offer the package we're offering the Sixers to Golden State for Harrison Barnes instead.  It's been reported that everyone is available from them (for the right price, obviously), outside of Bogut and Curry.  In that case, I'd even throw in MKG if they wanted him, plus the first-rounder, plus BG's contract.

 

I just don't find Evan Turner worth what they're asking.  He's typically the type of guy that a team keeps dangling out there and eventually he gets traded for like an expiring and multiple 2nd round picks.  I just don't want him really, especially not for what they're asking, and I don't really see how he makes us dramatically better.



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 03:32 PM

I'd much rather we offer the package we're offering the Sixers to Golden State for Harrison Barnes instead.  It's been reported that everyone is available from them (for the right price, obviously), outside of Bogut and Curry.  In that case, I'd even throw in MKG if they wanted him, plus the first-rounder, plus BG's contract.

 

I just don't find Evan Turner worth what they're asking.  He's typically the type of guy that a team keeps dangling out there and eventually he gets traded for like an expiring and multiple 2nd round picks.  I just don't want him really, especially not for what they're asking, and I don't really see how he makes us dramatically better.

 

I wouldn't give up a first rounder, MKG and BG's contract for just Harrison Barnes.... 



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 03:38 PM

I wouldn't give up a first rounder, MKG and BG's contract for just Harrison Barnes.... 

 

We need offense and he's shown the ability to give copious amount of it when he gets the minutes, AND at the playoff level.  I mean, we're essentially offering the same thing minus MKG for a lesser skilled player in Turner, who likely has tapped out his potential. 

I include MKG because they certainly wouldn't move Barnes for an expiring and a pick.  They want something in return that they hope will push them over the top for the playoffs.  MKG's defense and rebounding would be a valuable asset to them.  That being said, I don't see them finding him valuable enough to move Barnes.