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  • stooley
    started a topic Everything Masai Ujiri

    Everything Masai Ujiri

    A summary of Masai Ujiri's 2013-2014 moves with the Toronto Raptors:



    July 10, 2013: Traded Andrea Bargnani to the New York Knicks for Marcus Camby, Steve Novak, Quentin Richardson, a 2014 2nd round draft pick, a 2016 1st round draft pick and a 2017 2nd round draft pick.

    July 15, 2013: Signed Tyler Hansbrough as a free agent.

    July 16, 2013: Signed Dwight Buycks as a free agent.

    July 22, 2013: Signed D.J. Augustin as a free agent.

    August 1, 2013: Signed Austin Daye as a free agent.

    September 19, 2013: Signed Julyan Stone as a free agent.

    December 9, 2013: Traded Quincy Acy, Rudy Gay and Aaron Gray to the Sacramento Kings for Chuck Hayes, Patrick Patterson, John Salmons and Greivis Vasquez.

    February 20, 2014: Traded Austin Daye to the San Antonio Spurs for Nando de Colo.



    I mean, so far this guy's done a great job. Only negative was signing/waiving Augustin, but that's a minor mistake.

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  • golden
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    Apollo wrote: View Post

    1988 just called and said good job hiring Nick Nurse.
    And since 1998 the national team head coach has been either Jay Triano or Leo Rautins. Take that for data.

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  • Apollo
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    Joey wrote: View Post

    Lol True, but just making the Olympics/World Cup at this point is something I would take.

    Since 1988 we've only made the Olympics twice.
    1988 just called and said good job hiring Nick Nurse.

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  • Joey
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    Apollo wrote: View Post

    "Everything Silver Medal" doesn't have a great ring to it.
    Lol True, but just making the Olympics/World Cup at this point is something I would take.

    Since 1988 we've only made the Olympics twice.

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  • Apollo
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    Joey wrote: View Post

    Ya, that's not a great team in the NBA. Lol That team barely makes the playoffs I would think.

    But in FIBA, that team should be good for a Silver Medal.
    "Everything Silver Medal" doesn't have a great ring to it.

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  • Apollo
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    Maury wrote: View Post

    Pretty poorly. They’d struggle on both ends of the court in the NBA.
    Right and so we'll just ask Jamal and RJ to come home then. I'm cool with that. Is everyone cool with that? Cool.

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  • planetmars
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    Team Canada is missing a stud or two. Murray is the best player on that team but he's not a prime A stud (yet). So yeah that team would probably be better than NY and Atlanta (maybe).. but nobody else in the East.

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  • Joey
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    Apollo wrote: View Post
    This squad would seed where in the east?

    Jamal Murray
    R.J. Barrett
    Andrew Wiggins
    Trey Lyles
    Tristan Thompson
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    Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
    Kelly Olynyk
    Dwight Powell
    Chris Boucher
    Cory Joseph
    Khem Birch
    Nik Stauskas
    Ya, that's not a great team in the NBA. Lol That team barely makes the playoffs I would think.

    But in FIBA, that team should be good for a Silver Medal.

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  • Maury
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    Apollo wrote: View Post
    This squad would seed where in the east?

    Jamal Murray
    R.J. Barrett
    Andrew Wiggins
    Trey Lyles
    Tristan Thompson
    -----------------------------------
    Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
    Kelly Olynyk
    Dwight Powell
    Chris Boucher
    Cory Joseph
    Khem Birch
    Nik Stauskas
    Pretty poorly. They’d struggle on both ends of the court in the NBA.

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  • Apollo
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    This squad would seed where in the east?

    Jamal Murray
    R.J. Barrett
    Andrew Wiggins
    Trey Lyles
    Tristan Thompson
    -----------------------------------
    Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
    Kelly Olynyk
    Dwight Powell
    Chris Boucher
    Cory Joseph
    Khem Birch
    Nik Stauskas

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  • Puffer
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    Apollo wrote: View Post
    ...Whatever, Canada is producing more and more stars and some day soon I really do believe some of our kids will want to come home and represent the country in the NBA. Like all those biased American media talking heads have been saying all year in regards to Kawhi: its hard to beat playing at home and in the case of our Canadian talent, becoming national heroes to basketball fans coast to coast.
    I think this is a real thing. And a reasonable expectation.

    Fondly looking forward to the day.

    2020 class of Canadian prospects

    2021 ranking of Canadian National Player Top Ten

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  • Apollo
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    bertarapsfan wrote: View Post
    Theirs been some new today that uncle dennis was asking for "unreasonable things" that were out of masais control. The front office seemed to know by thursday that kawhi wasnt seriously considering the raptors. Even if they pulled the trigger on the trade with the thunder it was no guarantee he would return
    I think Masai did the right thing by not going all in on Kawhi's whims.

    Based on the reports we learned a lot about who Kawhi really is behind the scenes. He sounds as calculating as LeBron. I mean he outplayed LeBron by tricking the Lakers into thinking they had a chance. Delay, delay, delay while he's working behind the scenes to try and hook up with KD (in LA to take over Staples Center) or PG (in LA or Toronto)? Damn... And you know, he might of legitimately wanted to come back here too for the basketball part but reading between the lines he couldn't get all the boxes checked on some non-basketball stuff. Whatever, Canada is producing more and more stars and some day soon I really do believe some of our kids will want to come home and represent the country in the NBA. Like all those biased American media talking heads have been saying all year in regards to Kawhi: its hard to beat playing at home and in the case of our Canadian talent, becoming national heroes to basketball fans coast to coast.

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  • Apollo
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    When Masai did the deal he knew this was one of the risks, in fact this is nowhere near the worst case scenario. If he's anywhere as good of an executive as his history suggest then he had a plan for this day last summer. I believe him when he says he got this. He was heading towards a shuffling of the deck next summer no matter what but decided to toss in a championship along the way, how nice of him.

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  • bertarapsfan
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    Theirs been some new today that uncle dennis was asking for "unreasonable things" that were out of masais control. The front office seemed to know by thursday that kawhi wasnt seriously considering the raptors. Even if they pulled the trigger on the trade with the thunder it was no guarantee he would return

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