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  • The Claw Reborn
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    ^^^ Laugh Out Loud retraction of a series of stupid posts

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  • KeonClark
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    Fuchan wrote: View Post

    Heat are 5-1. Winning in the only stat that matters to Kyle
    Not sure why people get their panties in a knot every time I bring up Kyle's lack of scoring.

    I was his biggest supporter here most know that, but I also can call a spade a spade. Look: Kyle is still an elite basketball player. The Miami heat are arguably the best team in the league right now. BUT, they are thriving because Kyle is the keys to turn on the engine, which has Jimmy and bam, and herro taking a leap. 36 year old Kyle lowry needs to be surrounded by elite scorers to make it work, because his individual shot creation is long past its best before date.

    Both can be true, they're not mutually exclusive.

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  • Fuchan
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    The Claw Reborn wrote: View Post

    This is the most IGNORANT post of this forum of all time

    But slandering Kyle, it seems that you made it a mission lately and will try your hardest to elicit some kind of reaction.

    Bet you even haven’t not pick up a basketball in your life….so stfu !


    Heat are 5-1. Winning in the only stat that matters to Kyle

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  • The Claw Reborn
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    KeonClark wrote: View Post

    Kyle has more assists than points, lol. There's no coincidence that bam and herro are off to career starts, he's helped them immensely.

    But bruh...we're still waiting for you to score 10 points.

    I said it before. Kyle has found a nice old folks home to kick up his feet. Miami needs what be brings. But he seems a little over the hill as far as creating his own chances.
    This is the most IGNORANT post of this forum of all time

    But slandering Kyle, it seems that you made it a mission lately and will try your hardest to elicit some kind of reaction.

    Bet you even haven’t not pick up a basketball in your life….so stfu !



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  • KeonClark
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    guyroch wrote: View Post

    The Heat keep on winning but Lowry 2-10 last night ... He is shooting 27 percent from the field and 14 percent from 3 .. He is 35 years old, and Raptors streak of playoff berths means also a lot of mileage on those legs . Is it catching up to him ? Does he like Gasol just make everyone around him better and Heat fans like Rap fans should not just look at boxscores .. I think Hero's bounce back season has really helped .
    Kyle has more assists than points, lol. There's no coincidence that bam and herro are off to career starts, he's helped them immensely.

    But bruh...we're still waiting for you to score 10 points.

    I said it before. Kyle has found a nice old folks home to kick up his feet. Miami needs what be brings. But he seems a little over the hill as far as creating his own chances.

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  • guyroch
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    Jclaw wrote: View Post
    Still weird to think that we now have a legacy in this league. Feels like just that just yesterday, Isaiah was crashing through the logo.

    "Randle missed a pair of free throws with 4.7 seconds left to give Chicago the final possession, but DeRozan missed a 15-foot, pull-up shot with Barrett helping to cover him

    Barrett, a 21-year-old Toronto native, had an idea of what DeRozan might try to do. Barrett said he idolized DeRozan, a 13-year veteran and four-time All-Star, when DeRozan played for the Raptors.

    “He was one of my favorite players and the pride and joy of Toronto,” Barrett said. “Thankfully, I was able to stay down and was just able to help”

    https://www.thescore.com/nba/news/22...lls-first-loss
    I am starting to ask myself what is Barret and what should the bar of expectations be ? Is his bar DeRozan ? He is only 21 years old and that is the age of some rookies in the league .

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  • guyroch
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    KeonClark wrote: View Post

    I mean, you're right, he probably can only average 12 to 16 per night on an effective team these days. But 1 for 8, and 9 for 34 total, should not be the norm, or they'd have every right to be annoyed
    The Heat keep on winning but Lowry 2-10 last night ... He is shooting 27 percent from the field and 14 percent from 3 .. He is 35 years old, and Raptors streak of playoff berths means also a lot of mileage on those legs . Is it catching up to him ? Does he like Gasol just make everyone around him better and Heat fans like Rap fans should not just look at boxscores .. I think Hero's bounce back season has really helped .

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  • Jclaw
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    Still weird to think that we now have a legacy in this league. Feels like just that just yesterday, Isaiah was crashing through the logo.

    "Randle missed a pair of free throws with 4.7 seconds left to give Chicago the final possession, but DeRozan missed a 15-foot, pull-up shot with Barrett helping to cover him

    Barrett, a 21-year-old Toronto native, had an idea of what DeRozan might try to do. Barrett said he idolized DeRozan, a 13-year veteran and four-time All-Star, when DeRozan played for the Raptors.

    “He was one of my favorite players and the pride and joy of Toronto,” Barrett said. “Thankfully, I was able to stay down and was just able to help”

    https://www.thescore.com/nba/news/22...lls-first-loss

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  • Ebonhawke
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    Amir Johnson will play for the G-League Ignite this season.

    The Ignite won’t be part of the standard G League regular season that runs from December to April, but the club will compete in the NBAGL’s inaugural “Showcase Cup,” a tournament which tips off on November 5 and ends just before Christmas.

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  • Hotshot
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    PJ Tucker said he had a tough rookie year, where he didn't fit, nobody was helping him and he misbehaved which is why he was cut. Shows you the importance of culture, players and vet leadership all of which Masai helped to bring and cultivate.

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  • The Great One
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  • KeonClark
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    Lowry out here doin his best Jerry Seinfeld

    “We all were mutually agreed that it was time,” Lowry said of his departure from Toronto, per Jonathan Abrams of The New York Times. “It’s hard to put it into words. It was just time. For me, I knew with Miami it was the right situation, right timing, right place, right people, right everything.”

    Obviously, Lowry had more say in his exit from the Raptors than DeRozan, his longtime teammate. In fact, Ujiri even admitted that it was important for optics that player and team collaborated on a deal that would be good for both sides.
    “I had say and I had a little bit, I wouldn’t say power — but I had a little bit of, ‘Listen, it’s not going to be a good look if we don’t collaborate on this together,'”Lowry said. “We all agreed that to be on the same page was the best thing to do, and that was that.

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  • Hotshot
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    Primer wrote: View Post

    Yep
    Good he looks NBA ready and judging by this clip he also put in some work on his playmaking so I think there is a room for him on the roster next season.

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  • Primer
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    Hotshot wrote: View Post
    We still have his rights next season correct?!

    Yep

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  • golden
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    Hotshot wrote: View Post
    We still have his rights next season correct?!

    Jalen Druggs > Jalen Suggs

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