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Loving this team and can't wait to see Melo back in the playoffs, or hopefully before. And I really think we need to find a way to keep our guard depth and keep both Monk and Graham this offseason, even if other teams come at them with decent offers. Keep building through the draft where Mitch has been unbelievable and then hope that with success and Melo being here we can draw some bigger name free agents down the road to bring us over the top. 

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12 hours ago, t96 said:

Loving this team and can't wait to see Melo back in the playoffs, or hopefully before. And I really think we need to find a way to keep our guard depth and keep both Monk and Graham this offseason, even if other teams come at them with decent offers. Keep building through the draft where Mitch has been unbelievable and then hope that with success and Melo being here we can draw some bigger name free agents down the road to bring us over the top. 

I'm hoping, and it may be true, that these guys want to stay together and will work with the FO to do so.

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2 hours ago, Shocker said:

We need to resign Monk.  If they let him walk they are crazy.

Malik Monk is a future NBA superstar.  Not just saying that after a great game, been saying that since the minute we drafted him.

Once again, he just turned 23 (that’s a redshirt college senior).  

When we drafted him he was the best shooter, best scorer, and best athlete in the draft.  In a ridiculously loaded draft (Tatum, Fox, Mitchell, Bam, etc).

For a franchise that has continuously drafted in the lottery and missed enormously (Kidd Gilchrest, Vonleh, Kaminsky, shall we go on?)...

...you don’t let Malik Monk walk.

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