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  • Red and White
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    Buddahfan wrote: View Post
    I say

    When life gives you lemons, I say turn them into lemon juice baby.
    When life gives you lemons, make orange juice...

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  • LBF
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    well, 4.8 to be completely accurate, he did post like 12 and 7 but half a season of that in g-state well i would say he's prolly a poor man's david lee.

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  • Red and White
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    Nick wrote: View Post
    A 2 minutes video justifies this? I can't believe you call yourself a raptors all-star..
    It isnt the video, the point of that was LOOK AT THE STATS!!!!!! Add up all four of those guys and you have an ultra elite allstar. The difference is, when an allstar gets injured, you lose all his points and rebounds, etc, when a pf would get injured here, you might lose a few points and boards, but the other players world produce to fill in the whole in that stat. As i post this is realize he signed with minnesota for apparently 5 mil, that is too much and if he had asked that of toronto, he would not have worked here.

    We obviously dont agree, so lets end our conversation here. Thanks for you opinion though, i got a nice view of how i may have been wrong, and the flaws.

    RAW

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  • Red and White
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    Apollo wrote: View Post
    How many games have Golden State won in the last three years?

    I see the point you are making haha, toronto has more depth in other positions, and we would not do it the same way as them, as i said in other posts, we would do it properly. Golden state liked offence that set up more. Hence the bringing in of curry. They practiced more offence etc. The raptors should not, pure conditioning and defence practices, along with shoot arounds.
    Last edited by Red and White; Fri Aug 6, 2010, 08:39 PM.

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  • LBF
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    ok, i don't want him if he is being payed 5 mill. over two years.

    Forward Anthony Tolliver, one of the top free agents left out of a very thin crop, has reached an agreement to sign with Minnesota.

    Tolliver's agent, Larry Fox, told FanHouse on Friday his client will join the Timberwolves. While Fox wouldn't discuss terms, sources said he'll get a two-year deal that could be worth as much as $4.8 million.
    http://nba.fanhouse.com/2010/08/06/a...ith-minnesota/


    have fun minnesotta.

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  • LBF
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    MangoKid wrote: View Post
    If it were to happen, it would probably have to be through a sign and trade. It's funny. We could have had Amundson, who actually played minutes for an elite team, yet we're drooling over Tolliver? Awful. Personally, I wouldn't give up so much money for potential. We have enough guys on our roster who have "potential".
    why not both? i mean hell i'd be happy with either one. but, why not both.

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  • Buddahfan
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    "When life gives you lemons, I say 'fuck the lemons and bail'".
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    I say

    When life gives you lemons, I say turn them into lemon juice baby.

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  • Buddahfan
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    He has made a decision - See it on the video

    The Decision....PART DEUX!

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  • Nick
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    LBF wrote: View Post
    I'm not saying it justifies anything other than what red and white is saying. low blow man i think i earned my title like you earned yours. I don't think we need to question it off one idea you don't support.



    they haven't one many but they have a good idea i'm not saying we follow it exactly because who the heck wants to be like g-state, I was thinking more phoenix east, G-stae is a failed attempt at phoenix east.

    c'mon, appollo, think about it. the concept is a good idea i'm certainly not saying keep the status quo you have to twist it to make it work and if there is one guy who knows how to do it, it's bryan because he created those phoenix run n' gun teams.

    now, maybe it doesn't work without an all-star point guard in steve nash, but, steve nash helped to create another two all stars on that team and those two other players (marion, stoudemire) helped steve nash be an all star.
    I'm speechless.

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  • MangoKid
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    If it were to happen, it would probably have to be through a sign and trade. It's funny. We could have had Amundson, who actually played minutes for an elite team, yet we're drooling over Tolliver? Awful. Personally, I wouldn't give up so much money for potential. We have enough guys on our roster who have "potential".

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  • LBF
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    Nick wrote: View Post
    A 2 minutes video justifies this? I can't believe you call yourself a raptors all-star..
    I'm not saying it justifies anything other than what red and white is saying. low blow man i think i earned my title like you earned yours. I don't think we need to question it off one idea you don't support.

    Apollo wrote: View Post
    How many games have Golden State won in the last three years?
    they haven't one many but they have a good idea i'm not saying we follow it exactly because who the heck wants to be like g-state, I was thinking more phoenix east, G-stae is a failed attempt at phoenix east.

    c'mon, appollo, think about it. the concept is a good idea i'm certainly not saying keep the status quo you have to twist it to make it work and if there is one guy who knows how to do it, it's bryan because he created those phoenix run n' gun teams.

    now, maybe it doesn't work without an all-star point guard in steve nash, but, steve nash helped to create another two all stars on that team and those two other players (marion, stoudemire) helped steve nash be an all star.

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  • ezz_bee
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    A couple of weeks back when I scoured cheap assets at the C postion Tolliver looked like the best option (a day later BC announced the Andersen trade) I don't think it will hurt to pick up 1 more body who can arguably play the C. I realize that it doesn't really solve our long term Center needs however I do think that Tolliver could be a useful piece for 10-15 minutes a game, plus if signed for a 1-2 year deal coupld easily be combined with other assets to make the move for the right piece.

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  • ezz_bee
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    Apollo wrote: View Post
    How many games have Golden State won in the last three years?
    07-08 48-34
    08-09 29-53
    09-10 26-56

    The answer is 103.

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  • Apollo
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    How many games have Golden State won in the last three years?

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  • Nick
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    LBF wrote: View Post
    um, if you watched the video he posted they clearly werent that is wat the hell he's talking about.
    A 2 minutes video justifies this? I can't believe you call yourself a raptors all-star..

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