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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 10:07 am    Post subject: Andrew Bogut signing with the Cavs

Wow, well I guess they got all the help they need now. Going to be tough to beat imo.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 10:11 am    Post subject:

Bogut and Deron, nice pick ups... cheap too
Derrick Williams has been looking like another nice pick up
There's also Brandon Jennings available if they want
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Bogut and Draymond gonn get testy.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 7:45 pm    Post subject:

At least JaVale McGee won't have to hear from Shaq or be a player on Shaqtin A Fool. Shaq's mama told him to knock it off.

I'll be watching because I don't think Bogut got the credit he deserved for the Dubs success.
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Why didn't he sign with GSW? He knows the players/staff there.
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Why didn't he sign with GSW? He knows the players/staff there.


The Warriors let him go to sign Durant and then a lot of people badmouthed him on his way out of town. I suspect he'd like nothing better than meeting the Warriors in the finals and beating them.
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Why didn't he sign with GSW? He knows the players/staff there.


The Warriors let him go to sign Durant and then a lot of people badmouthed him on his way out of town. I suspect he'd like nothing better than meeting the Warriors in the finals and beating them.


Should be fun to watch another super team go down in flames
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Imo Durant is the worst. It really was his fault the Thunder did not beat GS last playoffs. Then he went and joined them. I can't wait to watch them choke it away.
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Imo Durant is the worst. It really was his fault the Thunder did not beat GS last playoffs. Then he went and joined them. I can't wait to watch them choke it away.


Bitterness only leads to disappointment.

It was the "NBA dream" to build a team through the draft that has the talent to become a finals contender and then use that cap space to sign a superstar.

That's what Lakers fans have wanted to do for years.

Trust, if Russell, Randle and Ingram somehow lead this team to be a finals contender in the next 4 years, and we came back from 3-1 to beat the Pelicans and that convinced Anthony Davis to become a Laker. Would you be up here bashing Davis and hoping he fails too?
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Imo Durant is the worst. It really was his fault the Thunder did not beat GS last playoffs. Then he went and joined them. I can't wait to watch them choke it away.


The Cavs vs. the Warriors would be an interesting series -- third meeting of a couple of superteams.

Durant would probably have the most on the line. If the Cavs beat the Warriors with a guy the Warriors got rid of to make room the Durant, it would be kind of funny.
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Imo Durant is the worst. It really was his fault the Thunder did not beat GS last playoffs. Then he went and joined them. I can't wait to watch them choke it away.


The Cavs vs. the Warriors would be an interesting series -- third meeting of a couple of superteams.

Durant would probably have the most on the line. If the Cavs beat the Warriors with a guy the Warriors got rid of to make room the Durant, it would be kind of funny.

This is by far the deepest team for the Cavs the past three years, with Korver, Smith, Deron, Frye, and Bogut off the bench, while the Warriors obviously have their star power. Would be really interesting to see these two teams match up again.
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Why didn't he sign with GSW? He knows the players/staff there.


The Warriors let him go to sign Durant and then a lot of people badmouthed him on his way out of town. I suspect he'd like nothing better than meeting the Warriors in the finals and beating them.


Do you mean just fans, or the players/staff as well? Classless thing to do that to him...
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2017 11:17 am    Post subject:

Nice premature thread. Bogut hasn't decided where to sign. Celtics, Rockets, Spurs and Cavs are all in contention. There was a report yesterday that he was interested in Boston, but hasn't decided.
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Why didn't he sign with GSW? He knows the players/staff there.


The Warriors let him go to sign Durant and then a lot of people badmouthed him on his way out of town. I suspect he'd like nothing better than meeting the Warriors in the finals and beating them.

He can't re-sign with the Warriors until one year after the trade.

It wasn't an option for him.
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CandyCanes wrote:
Why didn't he sign with GSW? He knows the players/staff there.


The Warriors let him go to sign Durant and then a lot of people badmouthed him on his way out of town. I suspect he'd like nothing better than meeting the Warriors in the finals and beating them.

He can't re-sign with the Warriors until one year after the trade.

It wasn't an option for him.


he CAN sign with them b/c the CBA apparently says the "last team" that traded him (which was Dallas, not the Warriors).
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2017 11:38 am    Post subject:

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Tony Anapolis wrote:
Imo Durant is the worst. It really was his fault the Thunder did not beat GS last playoffs. Then he went and joined them. I can't wait to watch them choke it away.


Bitterness only leads to disappointment.

It was the "NBA dream" to build a team through the draft that has the talent to become a finals contender and then use that cap space to sign a superstar.

That's what Lakers fans have wanted to do for years.

Trust, if Russell, Randle and Ingram somehow lead this team to be a finals contender in the next 4 years, and we came back from 3-1 to beat the Pelicans and that convinced Anthony Davis to become a Laker. Would you be up here bashing Davis and hoping he fails too?

I don't think the real reason Durant left for GS has been revealed. I have a feeling Westbrook was a part of the reason. I don't have any evidence, just a feeling.

If I had to blame anyone for his leaving I lay most onus at the feet of ownership. They could have kept Durant, Westbrook and Harden together. If that trio had remained in tact I believe Kevin would still be there and OKC would have been a contender.
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CandyCanes wrote:
Why didn't he sign with GSW? He knows the players/staff there.


The Warriors let him go to sign Durant and then a lot of people badmouthed him on his way out of town. I suspect he'd like nothing better than meeting the Warriors in the finals and beating them.


Do you mean just fans, or the players/staff as well? Classless thing to do that to him...


I didn't follow what happened myself. But in interviews Bogut has talked about how the team knocked him in a lot of anonymous quotes after he left. He went on a rant of how two-faced the league is. I'm sure you can find it in a quick Google if you care.
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MJST wrote:
Tony Anapolis wrote:
Imo Durant is the worst. It really was his fault the Thunder did not beat GS last playoffs. Then he went and joined them. I can't wait to watch them choke it away.


Bitterness only leads to disappointment.

It was the "NBA dream" to build a team through the draft that has the talent to become a finals contender and then use that cap space to sign a superstar.

That's what Lakers fans have wanted to do for years.

Trust, if Russell, Randle and Ingram somehow lead this team to be a finals contender in the next 4 years, and we came back from 3-1 to beat the Pelicans and that convinced Anthony Davis to become a Laker. Would you be up here bashing Davis and hoping he fails too?

I don't think the real reason Durant left for GS has been revealed. I have a feeling Westbrook was a part of the reason. I don't have any evidence, just a feeling.

If I had to blame anyone for his leaving I lay most onus at the feet of ownership. They could have kept Durant, Westbrook and Harden together. If that trio had remained in tact I believe Kevin would still be there and OKC would have been a contender.


I don't think "the real reason" is mysterious -- he wanted to play on a stacked team that has a great chance to win a ring. Most players do; he was in a rare situation where a stacked team could offer a superstar a max salary.

Superstars want to have a disproportionate, unfair amount of talent around them. Sure, they'd prefer that talent come to them, but that's not always possible.

I've never bought into the myth that great players want to do more with less, or they really care all that much which team they're playing for. They care about money, winning, their ego, and whatever other factors benefit them (such as where they want to live). It's all self-interest, like everyone else.
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activeverb wrote:
CandyCanes wrote:
Why didn't he sign with GSW? He knows the players/staff there.


The Warriors let him go to sign Durant and then a lot of people badmouthed him on his way out of town. I suspect he'd like nothing better than meeting the Warriors in the finals and beating them.


Do you mean just fans, or the players/staff as well? Classless thing to do that to him...


I didn't follow what happened myself. But in interviews Bogut has talked about how the team knocked him in a lot of anonymous quotes after he left. He went on a rant of how two-faced the league is. I'm sure you can find it in a quick Google if you care.


Found it.

http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/18008688/andrew-bogut-dallas-mavericks-says-nba-full-shallow-two-faced-people
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jodeke wrote:
MJST wrote:
Tony Anapolis wrote:
Imo Durant is the worst. It really was his fault the Thunder did not beat GS last playoffs. Then he went and joined them. I can't wait to watch them choke it away.


Bitterness only leads to disappointment.

It was the "NBA dream" to build a team through the draft that has the talent to become a finals contender and then use that cap space to sign a superstar.

That's what Lakers fans have wanted to do for years.

Trust, if Russell, Randle and Ingram somehow lead this team to be a finals contender in the next 4 years, and we came back from 3-1 to beat the Pelicans and that convinced Anthony Davis to become a Laker. Would you be up here bashing Davis and hoping he fails too?

I don't think the real reason Durant left for GS has been revealed. I have a feeling Westbrook was a part of the reason. I don't have any evidence, just a feeling.

If I had to blame anyone for his leaving I lay most onus at the feet of ownership. They could have kept Durant, Westbrook and Harden together. If that trio had remained in tact I believe Kevin would still be there and OKC would have been a contender.


I don't think "the real reason" is mysterious -- he wanted to play on a stacked team that has a great chance to win a ring. Most players do; he was in a rare situation where a stacked team could offer a superstar a max salary.

Superstars want to have a disproportionate, unfair amount of talent around them. Sure, they'd prefer that talent come to them, but that's not always possible.

I've never bought into the myth that great players want to do more with less, or they really care all that much which team they're playing for. They care about money, winning, their ego, and whatever other factors benefit them (such as where they want to live). It's all self-interest, like everyone else.

Most players, if not all, want to play on a team with the best chance of bringing home the Larry O'Brien. That doesn't remove the circumstances surrounding KD's departure.

No one knows what kind of relationship Kevin and Russell really had. On the surface to me it looked a little rehearsed.

I still own they could have played well enough, with Harden, to contend for a ship, even with their, in my opinion, strained relationship. e.g. Kobe, Shaq, three ships.

I'm always amazed how people can speak for others with such authority. Speculation is my closet.

When money is no longer the priority, other than for status, what does a player want? Does he want the ring or the challenge? I think the ring but the challenge may mean self gratification. When means more to the player? IDK.

Had management kept the trio together the challenge would have been there. Money may have become a factor in time. In the interim the challenge may have been sufficient.
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jodeke wrote:
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jodeke wrote:
MJST wrote:
Tony Anapolis wrote:
Imo Durant is the worst. It really was his fault the Thunder did not beat GS last playoffs. Then he went and joined them. I can't wait to watch them choke it away.


Bitterness only leads to disappointment.

It was the "NBA dream" to build a team through the draft that has the talent to become a finals contender and then use that cap space to sign a superstar.

That's what Lakers fans have wanted to do for years.

Trust, if Russell, Randle and Ingram somehow lead this team to be a finals contender in the next 4 years, and we came back from 3-1 to beat the Pelicans and that convinced Anthony Davis to become a Laker. Would you be up here bashing Davis and hoping he fails too?

I don't think the real reason Durant left for GS has been revealed. I have a feeling Westbrook was a part of the reason. I don't have any evidence, just a feeling.

If I had to blame anyone for his leaving I lay most onus at the feet of ownership. They could have kept Durant, Westbrook and Harden together. If that trio had remained in tact I believe Kevin would still be there and OKC would have been a contender.


I don't think "the real reason" is mysterious -- he wanted to play on a stacked team that has a great chance to win a ring. Most players do; he was in a rare situation where a stacked team could offer a superstar a max salary.

Superstars want to have a disproportionate, unfair amount of talent around them. Sure, they'd prefer that talent come to them, but that's not always possible.

I've never bought into the myth that great players want to do more with less, or they really care all that much which team they're playing for. They care about money, winning, their ego, and whatever other factors benefit them (such as where they want to live). It's all self-interest, like everyone else.

Most players, if not all, want to play on a team with the best chance of bringing home the Larry O'Brien. That doesn't remove the circumstances surrounding KD's departure.

No one knows what kind of relationship Kevin and Russell really had. On the surface to me it looked a little rehearsed.

I still own they could have played well enough, with Harden, to contend for a ship, even with their, in my opinion, strained relationship. e.g. Kobe, Shaq, three ships.

I'm always amazed how people can speak for others with such authority. Speculation is my closet.

When money is no longer the priority, other than for status, what does a player want? Does he want the ring or the challenge? I think the ring but the challenge may mean self gratification. When means more to the player? IDK.

Had management kept the trio together the challenge would have been there. Money may have become a factor in time. In the interim the challenge may have been sufficient.



Well, when you said "had management kept the trio together," to me all you're saying, "If Durant had a team in OKC around him he thought he could win with, he'd stay." Sure.

I don't think NBA players really care about "the challenge" in some existential sense. The superstars want money and a chance to win rings.
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jodeke wrote:
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jodeke wrote:
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Tony Anapolis wrote:
Imo Durant is the worst. It really was his fault the Thunder did not beat GS last playoffs. Then he went and joined them. I can't wait to watch them choke it away.


Bitterness only leads to disappointment.

It was the "NBA dream" to build a team through the draft that has the talent to become a finals contender and then use that cap space to sign a superstar.

That's what Lakers fans have wanted to do for years.

Trust, if Russell, Randle and Ingram somehow lead this team to be a finals contender in the next 4 years, and we came back from 3-1 to beat the Pelicans and that convinced Anthony Davis to become a Laker. Would you be up here bashing Davis and hoping he fails too?

I don't think the real reason Durant left for GS has been revealed. I have a feeling Westbrook was a part of the reason. I don't have any evidence, just a feeling.

If I had to blame anyone for his leaving I lay most onus at the feet of ownership. They could have kept Durant, Westbrook and Harden together. If that trio had remained in tact I believe Kevin would still be there and OKC would have been a contender.


I don't think "the real reason" is mysterious -- he wanted to play on a stacked team that has a great chance to win a ring. Most players do; he was in a rare situation where a stacked team could offer a superstar a max salary.

Superstars want to have a disproportionate, unfair amount of talent around them. Sure, they'd prefer that talent come to them, but that's not always possible.

I've never bought into the myth that great players want to do more with less, or they really care all that much which team they're playing for. They care about money, winning, their ego, and whatever other factors benefit them (such as where they want to live). It's all self-interest, like everyone else.

Most players, if not all, want to play on a team with the best chance of bringing home the Larry O'Brien. That doesn't remove the circumstances surrounding KD's departure.

No one knows what kind of relationship Kevin and Russell really had. On the surface to me it looked a little rehearsed.

I still own they could have played well enough, with Harden, to contend for a ship, even with their, in my opinion, strained relationship. e.g. Kobe, Shaq, three ships.

I'm always amazed how people can speak for others with such authority. Speculation is my closet.

When money is no longer the priority, other than for status, what does a player want? Does he want the ring or the challenge? I think the ring but the challenge may mean self gratification. When means more to the player? IDK.

Had management kept the trio together the challenge would have been there. Money may have become a factor in time. In the interim the challenge may have been sufficient.



Well, when you said "had management kept the trio together," to me all you're saying, "If Durant had a team in OKC around him he thought he could win with, he'd stay." Sure.

I don't think NBA players really care about "the challenge" in some existential sense.

The superstars want money and a chance to win rings.

I'm saying they had a great core in place. Management didn't and in this case, didn't have to spend to keep the core together. There was a year left on Harden's rookie contract. They boo booed.

If that's the case where is the competitive spirit necessary to be a superstar. Kobe welcomed the challenge, MJ welcomed the challenge.

Of course they want money and a chance to win rings, that's a no-brainer.
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Why didn't he sign with GSW? He knows the players/staff there.


The Warriors let him go to sign Durant and then a lot of people badmouthed him on his way out of town. I suspect he'd like nothing better than meeting the Warriors in the finals and beating them.

He can't re-sign with the Warriors until one year after the trade.

It wasn't an option for him.


he CAN sign with them b/c the CBA apparently says the "last team" that traded him (which was Dallas, not the Warriors).


oh nice, good point yinomes!
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I would actually love for Bogut to sign with us if the 76ers are able to buy him out.

He should be able to play in the system better than Mozgov and help tutor Zubac better in it.
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I would actually love for Bogut to sign with us if the 76ers are able to buy him out.

He should be able to play in the system better than Mozgov and help tutor Zubac better in it.


I think Andrew's going to sign with Cleveland. I haven't seen where they have signed him.
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