Butler can opt in like cp3 did. Philly has to play ball, though.
Lord hates the lakers, too.
I'm good with no third max if that's what happened. AD is a generational talent. The nets showed us you can recover from the draft pick loss.
my only (hopeful) rebuttal is that if we are wise in our cap management, we can time it to where if lebron breaks down/retires, we can have a max...
i don't like fully unprotected picks, but...drafting high hasn't really helped us much.
even if there's not a title, what we need is AD/Lebron to...
we took care of our aging star. they shipped theirs. i feel like that's what pulled both lebron and AD. i've wondered whether the lakers did...
christ. i thought nobody would ever go full BKN again. but we just out knight-ed them.
i mean, we got davis, which is enormous, but those...
Griffin's good--got our post-lebron picks it seems.
Always thought the beal stuff seemed plucked from behinds. Washington doesn't have incentive to move him--contrary, actually, imo.
1. Could be indicating an AD trade won't leave max room? Favors would work well next to AD, leave cash to shore up other spots.
2. More likely:...
Or...we didn't offer/have a chance to offer....
Pretty sure cp announced opting out, then about-faced, right?
Not sure about Chicago, but minny and philly coddled their guys. We REALLY don't do that. Almost to a fault.
My opinion of butler got more positive in philly. Think he'd be fine with lebron and in a place where youth doesn't get top billing. That was...
Really, though, this should be unacceptable to silver.
nice college #s there, rebounding and threes often translate.
mr. rambis is cool with me.
the fake one, not the real one.
f*** that guy.
Right--where's this all star coming from? Not Boston or ny.
wild because it's not exactly true, imo.
feel like it's no kuzma ON TOP OF everything else. which isn't unreasonable. but yes, eventually, you have to close this, or probably lose your job.