they'll dance right up to it but I don't see them going into it unless they show they're a deep playoff team, and even then I'm not sure
It depends on how big a step Love can take in that direction. Martin will help too because he's such an efficient scorer. that should help much at end of games.
he doesn't look a least bit fat to me
YEs, and don't forget Chicago either
I wouldn't say extended, but he'll probably play there some
All depends on if he show a real grasp of what they're doing offensively and defensively. No question he's athletically gifted.
Didn't you see Moneyball? An analytics geek with a pocket protector and a slide rule
I think he's getting a better grasp of the language but shy's probably just his nature until he gets more comfortable here. It'll be interesting to see how he fares without AK here this season
I think he and Flip are in it for at least the next five years
They've got Ricky, Brewer, Bud, Martin, DWill, Shabazz with Love and Pek rebounding. They want to run.
I like that bet for you. I think Denver takes a noticeable step back after losing a great coach, their GM, Iggy and Brewer. I think Memphis takes a step back too, but not as big as the Nuggets.
If media day says anything, yes: To spew cliches mostly.
Mike, quit filling up the questions box here, would you?
Yes, don't believe that bad blood thing. Yes, there was from his side but money rules his world and an ownership piece would cure all
Right now, just straight up for Derrick probably another underachieving young player (Evan Turner comes to mind for some reason).
Right up, straight up probably another underachieving young player (Evan Turner's name comes to mind for some reason)
Lots of talent and HUGE payroll, but Kidd as first year coach is a question mark and they just might be too old collectively. I'll take Indiana or Chicago to go farther than the Nets
Yes, I think that's a pretty damn good signing for them. Big reward, no risk.
Corey, no question. Dante can help with the more physical type.
It always seemed to me that money was the most important thing to him, even over winning
They could be, like Memphis was a few years ago, yes.
Interesting question, my hunch is yes but only maybe one more year
Hard to tell, give it some time. I don't think chemistry in terms of bad guys is going to be a question
Wait and see. He can't get away with being a meathead there. Guy can lead league in scoring if he wants. He could be great in scoring role off the bench, no question the talent is there.
Just much more a sense of professionalism and know-how. You could read it in-between the lines of Adelman's statement Monday, about how nice it is to have a GM who knows the league, who's been around, etc.
I suppose he could, but I doubt both but he'll be up there in both categories.
Yes, he has enough talent everywhere else to do so. It's not always about ppg.
Well, that's an hour and then some. Thanks everyone for stopping by and thanks for all the questions. Sorry I couldn't get to all of them -- just too many -- but we'll do this again soon, certainly before the regular season starts. Bye-bye from Mankato.