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  1. Capela stepped on the back of his leg early second quarter as Klay went in for a layup. The Warriors went cold to end the 1st half
  2. Bluefire4

    Your Surpise Starter(s) for 2018

    I read the whole conversation "homie". I will not get the thought out of my head that John Simon could get cut because there's a great chance of it happening and it could be due to scheme fit. Just because Ballard thinks he'll fit in the system doesn't make it reality. He has to prove it on the field.
  3. Bluefire4

    Your Surpise Starter(s) for 2018

    You literally wrote "They ain't cutting John Simon. Get that out of your head" on the first page. I did not misquote you. You obviously believe that John Simon will easily make the team. I would not be surprised at all if he is cut. We already know that Jabaal Sheard, Kemoko Turay, Tyquan Lewis, and Denico Autry are locks for the roster. Simon's going to have to win his job and prove he is just as productive in this scheme on the NFL level.
  4. Bluefire4

    Your Surpise Starter(s) for 2018

    You're acting like Simon has a guaranteed spot on the roster and he definitely does not. I'm sure Ballard thinks everybody on the roster is a fit or they would not be here. Simon has to produce to keep his roster spot.
  5. Dennis Schroder of the Hawks has come out and basically implied that he could be traded and he mentioned the Pacers as a place that "wouldn't be too bad" to play for. He'll be 25 going into next season and averaged 19 points and 6 assists. He's not a good 3 point shooter though. I'd do a trade if it was something like TJ Leaf/Anigbogu and our 1st this year, but they probably will want more than that.
  6. He'd be a great person to have as a consistent second option for Victor, but we may have to give up too much to get him, and I would be trying to find a SF who plays good defense and can help us better defend players like LeBron and KD
  7. If we could hit on a big time point guard at pick 23, we could really make some noise in the future. I don't know where players are going to fall though.
  8. There is the first domino. Let's see if Thad accepts his player option. If Thad opts in and we accept Lance's team option, we should be at $15 million after getting rid of Al Jefferson. If Thad declines and we don't bring back Lance, we would be around $32 million.
  9. You mentioning a 2011 series when we are talking about his help now is being a hater. I don't know why you are so bent out of shape about LeBron. I'm sick of hearing about his finals record. What is he just suppose to lose before the finals just so it doesn't go on his record? The goal is to win the championship every year. I've never said the Mavs series wasn't his fault. LeBron isn't perfect. This is just what I'm talking about with the LeBron hate. There is a consensus that he is a top 10 player but people still feel the need to continue to discredit him at every turn. Besides the Mavs series, every team he has been on where he got eliminated was better than he was. I don't know what you expect him to do. Why can't we just appreciate his greatness without crying because he beat us. He's not MJ to you, he's not Magic, he's not Kareem, whatever he is still one of the greatest to ever do it.
  10. I was talking about the players on the team now. If Kevin Love had some good games, than I'm just not remembering. The only thing I remember is he only had 6 points in game 5. And the entire bench for the Cavs was completely awful. The only person still on the team is Korver who gave them nothing that series.
  11. I just hate the narrative that even if a player is not performing, just because they have experience means LeBron has help. Yes LeBron's teammates are guys that are known to shoot well and they have championship experience, but everybody except JR Smith played AWFUL in the finals last year. Everybody before these last two games has played AWFUL in the playoffs. I don't care if LeBron had Shaq in his prime, if Shaq is scoring 5 points and 2 rebounds, LeBron doesn't have help.
  12. Yeah he almost cost them the game tonight, but besides game 7 in our series, the only person that helped him was Korver. Even though we couldn't win without Oladipo, in numerous games in the last series we had 5 or 6 players score in double digits including Bogie scoring 30 in a game. LeBron literally scored 45 with Korver contributing 10 and the rest of the team did nothing. LeBron's teammates have stepped up the last two games.
  13. It feels like every 3 that Korver has missed besides the one DeRozen blocked as been wide open.
  14. LeBron is 1-7 from the 3pt line and 1-6 from the free throw line tonight, but he wanted to make every shot against us. Figures