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2012-13 General NBA Discussion Thread

  • jrg
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Cavs Leaning towards taking McLemore

But according to Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio, the Cleveland Cavaliers may be considering going in a different direction with their #1 overall draft selection. In a series of tweets posted on Friday afternoon, Amico stated, "Cavs front office seriously dissecting possibility of drafting Ben McLemore with No. 1 pick, source says."
He then added, "Consensus for Cavs is McLemore has potential to be dynamic scorer. But yes, they wonder if it could work with Dion Waiters," which brings up yet again the obvious debate over whether a team should draft the player they think will be the most prolific talent, or the player that actually plays a position at which they need a body.

Originally posted by jrg:
Cavs Leaning towards taking McLemore

But according to Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio, the Cleveland Cavaliers may be considering going in a different direction with their #1 overall draft selection. In a series of tweets posted on Friday afternoon, Amico stated, "Cavs front office seriously dissecting possibility of drafting Ben McLemore with No. 1 pick, source says."
He then added, "Consensus for Cavs is McLemore has potential to be dynamic scorer. But yes, they wonder if it could work with Dion Waiters," which brings up yet again the obvious debate over whether a team should draft the player they think will be the most prolific talent, or the player that actually plays a position at which they need a body.


they would be stupid to take Ben, they have big holes at C and SF
Originally posted by Frisco69ers:
Originally posted by jrg:
Cavs Leaning towards taking McLemore

But according to Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio, the Cleveland Cavaliers may be considering going in a different direction with their #1 overall draft selection. In a series of tweets posted on Friday afternoon, Amico stated, "Cavs front office seriously dissecting possibility of drafting Ben McLemore with No. 1 pick, source says."
He then added, "Consensus for Cavs is McLemore has potential to be dynamic scorer. But yes, they wonder if it could work with Dion Waiters," which brings up yet again the obvious debate over whether a team should draft the player they think will be the most prolific talent, or the player that actually plays a position at which they need a body.


they would be stupid to take Ben, they have big holes at C and SF

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  • jrg
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Originally posted by Frisco69ers:
Originally posted by jrg:
Cavs Leaning towards taking McLemore

But according to Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio, the Cleveland Cavaliers may be considering going in a different direction with their #1 overall draft selection. In a series of tweets posted on Friday afternoon, Amico stated, "Cavs front office seriously dissecting possibility of drafting Ben McLemore with No. 1 pick, source says."
He then added, "Consensus for Cavs is McLemore has potential to be dynamic scorer. But yes, they wonder if it could work with Dion Waiters," which brings up yet again the obvious debate over whether a team should draft the player they think will be the most prolific talent, or the player that actually plays a position at which they need a body.


they would be stupid to take Ben, they have big holes at C and SF

thats what i figured
Originally posted by jrg:
Cavs Leaning towards taking McLemore

But according to Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio, the Cleveland Cavaliers may be considering going in a different direction with their #1 overall draft selection. In a series of tweets posted on Friday afternoon, Amico stated, "Cavs front office seriously dissecting possibility of drafting Ben McLemore with No. 1 pick, source says."
He then added, "Consensus for Cavs is McLemore has potential to be dynamic scorer. But yes, they wonder if it could work with Dion Waiters," which brings up yet again the obvious debate over whether a team should draft the player they think will be the most prolific talent, or the player that actually plays a position at which they need a body.


Noel's medical must not be looking good.
Kevin Love for the #1 pick, Wolves then Draft Mclemore

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Originally posted by valrod33:
Kevin Love for the #1 pick, Wolves then Draft Mclemore

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Would you actually do that? Lol that would be garbo
Originally posted by marshniners24:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Kevin Love for the #1 pick, Wolves then Draft Mclemore

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Would you actually do that? Lol that would be garbo
I would. f**k Kevin Love
Jason Kidd (who just retired a week ago) is going to become the HEAD coach of Brooklyn
Originally posted by JerryRice1848:
Jason Kidd (who just retired a week ago) is going to become the HEAD coach of Brooklyn

link?
Originally posted by JerryRice1848:
Jason Kidd (who just retired a week ago) is going to become the HEAD coach of Brooklyn

I hear that he has a very high basketball IQ. He has played for several coaches and several systems and has excelled. Players love him and they say he was like an assistant coach the past 2 yrs.

I'd prefer Shaw as HC and Kidd as an assistant .
Originally posted by valrod33:
Kevin Love for the #1 pick, Wolves then Draft Mclemore

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Originally posted by JerryRice1848:
Jason Kidd (who just retired a week ago) is going to become the HEAD coach of Brooklyn

lots of folks thinking this is a good idea, but when Mark Jackson made the jump, people thought it was terrible.
Stephen Jackson on espn today about the Malace in the Palace:


"The funniest part about the whole thing is afterwards we're sitting in the locker room, all scratched up and covered in beer. And Ron looks over at me and Jamal Tinsley and says 'Do you think we're gonna get in trouble?"



"I said Ron we're gonna be lucky if we still have a JOB!"


He also said the only thing he regrets about the whole thing is losing $3 million. lol


He then said that it felt damn good to punch a fan, after all the verbal abuse he'd taken over the years.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Stephen Jackson on espn today about the Malace in the Palace:


"The funniest part about the whole thing is afterwards we're sitting in the locker room, all scratched up and covered in beer. And Ron looks over at me and Jamal Tinsley and says 'Do you think we're gonna get in trouble?"



"I said Ron we're gonna be lucky if we still have a JOB!"


He also said the only thing he regrets about the whole thing is losing $3 million. lol


He then said that it felt damn good to punch a fan, after all the verbal abuse he'd taken over the years.

Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Stephen Jackson on espn today about the Malace in the Palace:


"The funniest part about the whole thing is afterwards we're sitting in the locker room, all scratched up and covered in beer. And Ron looks over at me and Jamal Tinsley and says 'Do you think we're gonna get in trouble?"



"I said Ron we're gonna be lucky if we still have a JOB!"


He also said the only thing he regrets about the whole thing is losing $3 million. lol


He then said that it felt damn good to punch a fan, after all the verbal abuse he'd taken over the years.

I always hated that dude. But after that I kinda respect him. LOL I can picture Ron saying that.
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