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Nets take CDR. Exxxxxxxxxxx-cellent!


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OK, I do not believe Patrick Ewing Jr. was draft-worthy.


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chinabox wrote:
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-Grizzlies take Syracuse kid Donte Greene. Can challenge fellow Orange alumni Hakim Warrick in a contest over who weighs less soaking wet.


Have you ever seen Donte green?


I've seen far too much of Green.

Could have used another year in school.

However, will go out of my way to watch the Green-Warrick show.

Should be exciting... sometimes excitingly good and sometimes bad...

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Love and Mayo swapped. Good, my favorite won't play in Memphis and Mayo is getting punished by the basketball gods playing for that glorified CBA team.


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OK, I do not believe Patrick Ewing Jr. was draft-worthy.


I think he is a good 2nd round pick if he commits to defense he can be a good role player coming off of someone's bench

CDR by the Nets was a GREAT pick. the guy can put the ball in the bucket, I think he could be a poor man's Adrian Dantley a little unorthodox but a guy who can put the ball on the floor and take it to the rack and has a nice mid-range game. I don't think he will be as good as when Dantley played in Utah (i have very vague memories of those years) but maybe more like the guy who played in Detroit.

As far as the Knicks IMO they need a legit floor leader PG.

Just messing around with the ESPN trade machine and maybe they can deal Randolph to Indiana for Tinsley and Nesterovic. Tinsley is a PG, not great but decent when he is on the court and Nesterovic is signed for 2 more years. Randolph could give the Pacers a low post presence. Randolph is signed for 13.3 per tinsley is signed for @ 6.3 per and both expire after 2011 so the Knicks would be closer to being under the cap after 2010.

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OK, I do not believe Patrick Ewing Jr. was draft-worthy.


I think he is a good 2nd round pick if he commits to defense he can be a good role player coming off of someone's bench

CDR by the Nets was a GREAT pick. the guy can put the ball in the bucket, I think he could be a poor man's Adrian Dantley a little unorthodox but a guy who can put the ball on the floor and take it to the rack and has a nice mid-range game. I don't think he will be as good as when Dantley played in Utah (i have very vague memories of those years) but maybe more like the guy who played in Detroit.

As far as the Knicks IMO they need a legit floor leader PG.

Just messing around with the ESPN trade machine and maybe they can deal Randolph to Indiana for Tinsley and Nesterovic. Tinsley is a PG, not great but decent when he is on the court and Nesterovic is signed for 2 more years. Randolph could give the Pacers a low post presence. Randolph is signed for 13.3 per tinsley is signed for @ 6.3 per and both expire after 2011 so the Knicks would be closer to being under the cap after 2010.

Walsh will be making deals. Tinsley has to be in his view.

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Yeah I think the Pacers adding Ford and Jack (though keeping Bayless would have given it more credence) that the Pacers are shopping Tinsley.

Also though he will probably should be a back-up, Walsh once did sign Sarunas Jasikevicius when he ran the Pacers. Regardless he's a veteran PG who Walsh knew, scouted, and saw with his own club. I am not sure how much he fit the D'Antonai system (He wasn't a perfect fit under Rick Carlisle and he rode the bench playing behind Baron Davis) but it wouldn't shock if he was a small piece the Knicks could sign.


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wow ...a lot of good players dropped

1st off the Knicks i think should have taken bayless... him slipping to a 11 for portland was a steal

how does darrell arthur slip to 27 ... how does brandon rush get picked before him? A healthy arthur is gonna be a very good player in the nba.

deandre jordan is a steal in the 2nd round. he has top 10 talent!

i also liked Bill Walker a lot ...he got overshadowed by Beastly... but i think he has got great skills and great size and athleticism.


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Yeah I think the Pacers adding Ford and Jack (though keeping Bayless would have given it more credence) that the Pacers are shopping Tinsley.

Also though he will probably should be a back-up, Walsh once did sign Sarunas Jasikevicius when he ran the Pacers. Regardless he's a veteran PG who Walsh knew, scouted, and saw with his own club. I am not sure how much he fit the D'Antonai system (He wasn't a perfect fit under Rick Carlisle and he rode the bench playing behind Baron Davis) but it wouldn't shock if he was a small piece the Knicks could sign.


Actually i think Tinsley may be a good fit for D'Antoni system. he can't shoot but his strength is his passing. Maybe he will shine in an open floor get up and down type of game. He's also a NYC product. He would also allow Marbury to play the 2, I don't care what anyone says Marbury has never been nor never will be a PG. He has ZERO PG instincts, unless someone feels that a PG should just dribble and look for their shot first then only pass when necessary

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ndfordarling wrote:
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Yeah I think the Pacers adding Ford and Jack (though keeping Bayless would have given it more credence) that the Pacers are shopping Tinsley.

Also though he will probably should be a back-up, Walsh once did sign Sarunas Jasikevicius when he ran the Pacers. Regardless he's a veteran PG who Walsh knew, scouted, and saw with his own club. I am not sure how much he fit the D'Antonai system (He wasn't a perfect fit under Rick Carlisle and he rode the bench playing behind Baron Davis) but it wouldn't shock if he was a small piece the Knicks could sign.


Actually i think Tinsley may be a good fit for D'Antoni system. he can't shoot but his strength is his passing. Maybe he will shine in an open floor get up and down type of game. He's also a NYC product. He would also allow Marbury to play the 2, I don't care what anyone says Marbury has never been nor never will be a PG. He has ZERO PG instincts, unless someone feels that a PG should just dribble and look for their shot first then only pass when necessary

Your pg got to shoot in the D'Antoni system. He has to be good in all aspects of the offensive game.

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chinabox wrote:
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-Grizzlies take Syracuse kid Donte Greene. Can challenge fellow Orange alumni Hakim Warrick in a contest over who weighs less soaking wet.


Have you ever seen Donte green?


I've seen far too much of Green.

Could have used another year in school.

However, will go out of my way to watch the Green-Warrick show.

Greene was traded to Houston.
He seems to be a bit of a twit. I hope he gets his act together.

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Azmetaholic wrote:
chinabox wrote:
Azmetaholic wrote:
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-Grizzlies take Syracuse kid Donte Greene. Can challenge fellow Orange alumni Hakim Warrick in a contest over who weighs less soaking wet.


Have you ever seen Donte green?


I've seen far too much of Green.

Could have used another year in school.

However, will go out of my way to watch the Green-Warrick show.

Greene was traded to Houston.
He seems to be a bit of a twit. I hope he gets his act together.


He has talent but probably just another overrated 'Cuse grad with a failed pro career ala Pearl Washington, Derrick Coleman, Sherman Douglas, Rony Seikly, Billy Owens, Leron Ellis, Jason Hart, Lawrence "Poetry in" Moten, Demetrius Nichols, John Wallace, Etan Thomas, Conrad Mcrae...they pump out quality pros like Duke! thank God Melo left before Boeheim could teach him the right way to fail in the NBA!

You want quality NBA players go to UCONN

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