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IMO all this talk of Wiggins and Klay is coming from the wolves. They are trying any way they can to get these teams to offer what Wolves want
Originally posted by 4ML:
IMO all this talk of Wiggins and Klay is coming from the wolves. They are trying any way they can to get these teams to offer what Wolves want

agreed. wolves gonna end up losing more and more leverage. will end up trading Love for expiring contracts lol
Originally posted by 4ML:
IMO all this talk of Wiggins and Klay is coming from the wolves. They are trying any way they can to get these teams to offer what Wolves want

I think you are probably right. I still wouldnt be shocked if the Warriors caved and gave up Klay but there wouldnt be a chance in hell they would give up Barnes or a #1 along with him. Still believe that King James will get his way and Love ends up a Cav.
I'd much rather take Ryan Anderson, if we were really trying to trade for a stretch 4 without dealing Klay. although he's had his own health concerns, too
If the Wolves are insisting on Klay being part of the deal for Love and that the Dubs must take back Martin's contract, I would only consider this deal if it looked something like this: D.Lee, Klay, and Barnes (I've heard Barnes would need to be included) for Love, Martin, and their new draft pick this year, LaVine (I like his potential and been hearing good things about him during the summer league). I mean, we know D.Lee has to be a part of this deal to make the salaries match and to get him off the Warriors' payroll...but, if the Wolves are insisting on Klay AND Barnes also, the Warriors need to get something else back like LaVine. Even if that means the Warriors have to throw in next year's #1, which could make the trade that much more attractive to the Wolves (thought I read somewhere the Wolves don't have a #1 for next year's draft?). So, in total it would be D. Lee, Klay, Barnes, and next year's #1 for Love, Martin, and LaVine. I'd seriously consider that trade if I'm the Warriors.
b-rush back? nice..
Keep the team intact and watch them grow! I'm tired off this back and forth drama.
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Welp... Klay better learn how to drive, make a freakin' layup, stay out of foul trouble, rebound and create his own shot when someone besides a 6'1" PG is guarding him.. oh yeah and he better be worth a f**king max contract

Still can't get past the fact that we're willing to give Klay a max over Love
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
Welp... Klay better learn how to drive, make a freakin' layup, stay out of foul trouble, rebound and create his own shot when someone besides a 6'1" PG is guarding him.. oh yeah and he better be worth a f**king max contract

Still can't get past the fact that we're willing to give Klay a max over Love

f**k Love. i'll take Klay, a durable 2-guard that can defend the point, the 2, and a slasher. not to mention a dead eye shooter
Originally posted by LaMichaelJeff:
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
Welp... Klay better learn how to drive, make a freakin' layup, stay out of foul trouble, rebound and create his own shot when someone besides a 6'1" PG is guarding him.. oh yeah and he better be worth a f**king max contract

Still can't get past the fact that we're willing to give Klay a max over Love

f**k Love. i'll take Klay, a durable 2-guard that can defend the point, the 2, and a slasher. not to mention a dead eye shooter

Klay is definitely not a slasher... He's a durable guard who can defend both guard positions and can shoot. He either sucks (driving/finishing) or is below average at everything else. High ceiling, but the pressure is definitely on him to reach that potential now.
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
Originally posted by LaMichaelJeff:
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
Welp... Klay better learn how to drive, make a freakin' layup, stay out of foul trouble, rebound and create his own shot when someone besides a 6'1" PG is guarding him.. oh yeah and he better be worth a f**king max contract

Still can't get past the fact that we're willing to give Klay a max over Love

f**k Love. i'll take Klay, a durable 2-guard that can defend the point, the 2, and a slasher. not to mention a dead eye shooter

Klay is definitely not a slasher... He's a durable guard who can defend both guard positions and can shoot. He either sucks (driving/finishing) or is below average at everything else. High ceiling, but the pressure is definitely on him to reach that potential now.

i meant that he can defend a slasher.

he's durable. Love isn't.
he plays defense. Love doesn't.
he shoots the three well. so does Love.

he has worked on being able to drive to the rim, but the past couple years, the team wanted him outside the arc to shoot the 3 ball. besides driving, what else is he "below average" at, like you mention?

i've said it once and i'll say it again, Love is overrated. he's a young 4 that shoots the 3 ball extremely well on a team where he was the #1 option. he's also a great rebounder, but he didn't make that team better. he constantly complained. hurt often. showed no leadership. didn't play defense.
Thank God the Warriors didn't pull a Cleveland.
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