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On 11/12/2023 at 4:10 PM, Toker Smurf said:

Fire Mitch. Fire Clifford. Trade Rozier and Hayward. Let us fantasize about what ‘might’ be to come. 

Don't you dare suggest trading Haywards expiring contract.  We will get trash back in return and more wasted cap money.  Let it expire.  Terry, sure. The firings absolutely 

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3 hours ago, USDepartmentOfSavagery said:

Idk, Hayward should be one of the most tradeable assets in the league imo. A contender should be very interested in him. 

If we only get expirings back plus picks then fine but that won't happen. We will get an even dumpier player back who isn't on the last year of their deal

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6 minutes ago, Cam Lawter said:

Brandon Miller 24 points going into the end of 3rd quarter.  

 

26

 

And he's a rookie!

 

We finally picked the right player. This kid has it all smooth 3pt stroke, athletic ability, and he plays defense!

 

Future is bright we just need a HC!

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LaMelo Miller and Miles all double digit points once again Hayward 30 plus minutes of playing time with only 4 points.

Cut the dead weight and get a real GM/coach combo in here and we could be an exciting team soon.

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Starting line up needs to be

Melo 

Miller

Miles

Pj

Mark

Terry, Gordon, richards, Martin, Thor second unit isn't awful we have the talent to be a playoff team. Can we find a really good coach who's willing to coach this team. I would think so just replace Gordon next year with a bench scorer and we should be very competitive.  Still hate miles but clearly they are keeping him 

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