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PostPosted: Fri Jun 27, 2008 12:45 pm 
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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.


All around PG's are rare in the NBA.

Paul, Williams, Nash, Parker?, Billups?, Hinrich?

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Danilo Gallinari's back is still not 100 percent healed and there are now serious concerns that he could miss training camp.

He suffered the injury in his first summer-league game and hasn't played since. Many observers predicted that Gallinari's back would be a long-term issue due to him being fragile and it looks like they were correct. Even if Gallinari gets healthy enough to participate in camp, we see no reason to draft him this year.



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ndfordarling 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

Odd post.
Derrick Coleman and Rony Seikley were very good pros. Seikley was exactly what people thought he'd be a 15 10 type of guy and Coleman was a great player until he got fat and lazy.
Most of those guys you listed were never going to be good pros. Douglas was OK and Wallace was a decent offensive player but was not interested in playing defense.
Pearl Washington and Billy Owens were the only one that were a flop and Owens had some decent years.
UConn has a few more that has played at that level or a bit better but not by much.

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Honestly, is there a list of a program that has (and in recent time) consistently produced solid to very good pro players? Duke and Syracuse get knocked for it but it's really a crap shoot.


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