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Everything Masai Ujiri

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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.

  • GOLDBLUM
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    Masai deserved for that ball to go in.

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  • Nilanka
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    hotfuzz wrote: View Post

    I mean, if you read my post history, i've been saying that this one will go 7 when everyone was saying raptors win in 5 or 6.

    i mean, it comes down to how they've played rather than just the loss. Everyone other than kawhi and siakam looks lost and shook. Nurse keeps on making the same mistakes. If i'm kawhi, why do I stick around for players who shrink inthe playoffs.
    If we lose this series in similar fashion to Games 2 and 3, then you're right. Can't see why Kawhi would choose to stay with such little help from the rest of the roster.

    If we win this series, it's because the supporting cast steps up and provides Kawhi with exactly what he needs.

    Let's see what happens.

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  • hotfuzz
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    Scraptor wrote: View Post

    Did you guys honestly think we were going to breeze to the Finals in 4 or 5 games each round? Our starters have been together like 20 games. This round will probably go 7, next round will probably go 7.

    Let's commit mass suicide after we go down more than 1 game in a series.
    I mean, if you read my post history, i've been saying that this one will go 7 when everyone was saying raptors win in 5 or 6.

    i mean, it comes down to how they've played rather than just the loss. Everyone other than kawhi and siakam looks lost and shook. Nurse keeps on making the same mistakes. If i'm kawhi, why do I stick around for players who shrink inthe playoffs.

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  • KeonClark
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    Nilanka wrote: View Post

    Regarding the bold, all I saw is a guy upset about the loss.

    Do we really think that Kawhi goes back and forth on a daily basis on whether to stay or leave? He either already made his decision before the season started, or he's genuinely going to weigh his options after the season ends. Podium body language be damned.
    Au contraire, he changes his mind during every Lowry make or miss! This song plays through his head during playoff games

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  • Nilanka
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    hotfuzz wrote: View Post

    You're a fool if you think Kawhi is staying after watching the shitshow last 2 games. He's probably booking his tickets right now. No Kawhi means a rebuild is in order.

    Edit: Just watched his post game interview. He looks so done with this team.
    Regarding the bold, all I saw is a guy upset about the loss.

    Do we really think that Kawhi goes back and forth on a daily basis on whether to stay or leave? He either already made his decision before the season started, or he's genuinely going to weigh his options after the season ends. Podium body language be damned.

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  • suspenders
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    Scraptor wrote: View Post

    Did you guys honestly think we were going to breeze to the Finals in 4 or 5 games each round? Our starters have been together like 20 games. This round will probably go 7, next round will probably go 7.

    Let's commit mass suicide after we go down more than 1 game in a series.
    Admittedly I thought the series was going to be swept or we'd win in 5 given how we played in game 1.

    I still think we win, but it'll go 7 games. Philly is a good team.

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  • KeonClark
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    hotfuzz wrote: View Post

    You're a fool if you think Kawhi is staying after watching the shitshow last 2 games. He's probably booking his tickets right now. No Kawhi means a rebuild is in order.

    Edit: Just watched his post game interview. He looks so done with this team.
    You're a fool if you think series is over. Welcome to playoffs, where momentum can switch on a dime. Every single fucking year.

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  • MixxAOR
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    psrs1 wrote: View Post

    Totally agree. Hes gone unless things change quickly. We may have been better to stick with DD at least he would stay.
    Better how? Certainty not basketball wise

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  • psrs1
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    hotfuzz wrote: View Post

    You're a fool if you think Kawhi is staying after watching the shitshow last 2 games. He's probably booking his tickets right now. No Kawhi means a rebuild is in order.

    Edit: Just watched his post game interview. He looks so done with this team.
    Totally agree. Hes gone unless things change quickly. We may have been better to stick with DD at least he would stay.

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  • psrs1
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    A.I wrote: View Post

    Talking rebuild after Game 3. Ridiculous.
    In context, if you have been watching the last 7 years , we always end up at the same point. We are just preparing for the inevitable.

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  • Scraptor
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    hotfuzz wrote: View Post

    You're a fool if you think Kawhi is staying after watching the shitshow last 2 games. He's probably booking his tickets right now. No Kawhi means a rebuild is in order.

    Edit: Just watched his post game interview. He looks so done with this team.
    Did you guys honestly think we were going to breeze to the Finals in 4 or 5 games each round? Our starters have been together like 20 games. This round will probably go 7, next round will probably go 7.

    Let's commit mass suicide after we go down more than 1 game in a series.

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  • grindhouse
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    All I have to say is mike conley

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  • spicy_d
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    whos gonna take these guys with those salaries? lol

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