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LaMelo Out For The Rest Of The Season - Fractured Wrist

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.it's honestly heartbreaking to even try to imagine the thought of LaMelo not being out there on the court anymore for the rest of the season smiling from ear to ear & face to face with his dream come true


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7 hours ago, t96 said:

We had a chance at a top 6 seed, easily.


Without Melo we should just tank at this point. If he could return at 100% before the end of the season I'd say we try to salvage it and still get him and the others some playoff experience, but if he's definitely out the rest of the year, just tank. Either way, we better not be buyers at the trade deadline to try to save the season, that would be retarded. Just take the higher draft pick in this (supposedly) loaded draft. What a brutal blow for this team.

thats not pc bro

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21 minutes ago, djp14 said:

As long as they still have Hayward and Rozier available, they're not gonna tank.


Hayward’s been trash lately...

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22 minutes ago, Aquemini said:

I guess Cam's rookie season was better than LaMelo's ... Cam's was better before Ball's injury anyway

They're equal in importance for this city and franchise. We got lucky. The Hornet's will know how to treat this franchise guy.

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3 hours ago, t96 said:

Hayward’s been trash lately...

I wouldn't say that.  His usage has been down since Melo was starting.  Especially in some of the post all star break games. Let's see what happens when usage gets back to 25-28% range. His rebounds, assists, and steals have been great.  Will need more scoring/shots which is what I think you are referring to.

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LaMelo wants a second opinion, meaning, he's fighting to get back.

Zo played with a broken thumb but that's old school.

If he finds a way to come back to finish his historic ROY run, legend...

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