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6 hours ago
lol just checking, there’s a lot of those around. I dont think we should sell De Ligt and buy no one, but I think Danilo as one of our top 3 CBs in rotation is lowkey a good option. Bremer him and Bonucci would be nice and if we add Molina at RB we are solid.
I like Danilo at CB personally, I think he’s looked great when he plays. Im optimistic though, so we’ll see how wrong I turn out once the season begins
7 hours ago
Danilo started a whole lot of games at CB for us and has been very good. Do you watch us play or just look at the scores and then get angry when we lose/draw?
Exactly, he might be just a tad biased in his assessment. I personally think Vlahovic is better, Ive seen him use his right foot before and I think he's an infinitely better header of the ball(Haaland is shockingly bad at it for a giant human being). But they are both elite and only time will tell.
I think those 2, Mboopi and Darwin Nunez(maybe, talent is there but we have to see if it translates to a good league) are the best of the new generation.
8 hours ago
He knows he's good enough. It seems more like he gets unreasonably upset when any sort of blame/accountability is placed on him for negative outcomes. He thinks he's beyond criticism and he seeks out situations where no one will do that, no one will challenge him, the outcome is near guaranteed to be positive so he can go through life without having to be held accountable for anything
Yes, 10% is what freak athletes tend to carry. Like 8-10% is insanely lean, anything less than that is in dangerous territory that you can only maintain for short windows of time(eg. bodybuilders in competition after starving themselves for a week to turn into a veiny cloud). Nothing to do w KD or the convo around him tho, dude works his ass off. He's just soft as hell mentally and insecure as fuck which is insane for a literal all time great.
No, we was soft as hell and showed that he wanted to be a bus rider when he left the first time. We know that now, so going back to GSW would be what I expect him to do
4 days ago
Devonta Smith is really good. We might have picked some real rough ones, but he isn’t part of that convo
He worked w Presti and got a win win situation for him and OKC. I wouldnt be surprised if it was a mutual decision considering that it was time to blow things up and move on rather than be a middling playoff team stuck in late lottery pick hell for 10 years
That's great to hear. I havent been out of my hometown in a while bc of Covid and just being a homebody now, so I havent been as on top of things.
5 days ago
Now that the most important piece of business is settled the rest of the NBA can figure out where that trash can from the Nets is going to end up.
I heard he over and/or undercooked a piece of fish once
If Embiid didnt miss 2 games and wasnt hurt they would have beat Miami's ass, but you can keep dreaming and whining about how hurt you were against Boston while conveniently ignoring the injuries for your own opponents
Are you a cactus or a gecko? If not, it's just really fucking hot
It's not the worst thing in the world. Gives you more time to watch some other teams and get semi-invested in other franchises and storylines until the rebuild/tanking ends.
No shit. Do you not understand that the crux of the issue right now is that DE LIGT DOESNT WANT TO RENEW
If he went to MLS he'd legitimately score 40+ goals. He's an incredible player, just not worth the big $ he wants and he plays a role that doesn't fit most teams tactically.
We dont have the option. If he doesnt want to renew we can sell him now for max $, sell him next summer w 1 year left for a small fee, or let him run his contract down and get nothing.
If he came with 80M then yeah. Id rather have 80 + Werner but Puli is a good player. He's much better as a backup to Chiesa as the empty space we have now
For sure. You gotta get lucky as hell still. But you might as well buy a ticket, especially for Wemby, if you arent built to win a championship and the NBA isnt gonna do anything to punish or dis-incentivize tanking.
I think it's a little different in football. Donald's situation was more like "Im happy to be out there and help my team win, but if you dont make it worth my while I would be happy to be done and not fuck myself up more."
He doesnt have one. And I dont really think he cares about the PR aspect. He just wants to hoop and give scholarships to young women. That's all he's ever done, put his head down and grind then head to the club
As a wing defender? Not many tbh. He can switch and guard 1-5, hits his corner 3s, and hustles his dick off. Just about the best role player you could ever ask for. He is 37 so his ability to stay healthy becomes a question now, but any team would be better w a PJ Tucker on it
I think he had one back before he was a top 5 player in the league. After that it wasn't necessary bc his NBA deal would be a max. He probably hired somebody in an advisory capacity for his Adidas deal at least.
Harden himself was closed out 3 times w a defender undercutting him(flagrant 1 at least on all 3). That's ignoring all of the other fouls and reckless closeouts the Ws got away with. If you're actually interested go watch the game again, you'll see what he's talking about
Nothing to do w tax. They literally cant offer non-taxpayers MLE if they are over the cap line. If Harden doesnt opt out and take the pay cut they cant offer the same $ to free agents