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  • LBF
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    heinz57 wrote: View Post
    i'm starting to think the qualifying offer to Weems was just another ploy to befuddle the hapless NY front office, since they showed interest in him..

    like, when my dog (NYK) gets ahold of a sock from my laundry (Nash) and won't let go... so i dangle some bacon (Weems) in front of his face to get him to let go... and when he does, i put the sock out of reach.... and throw him the scrap of bacon i didnt give a shit about anyways

    my dog is a moron.
    hahaha

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  • Father rev
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    The atlantic division is stepping up their games... Raptors better keep pace

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  • mcHAPPY
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    Weems has never been coming back.

    Forbes is in the danger zone but has a very cheap contract and is serviceable. For those very reasons I could see him in a sign and trade.

    Bayless could be sign and trade or he could be back. Maybe backing up Nash knowing that in 3 years it is all him? I don't know.

    JJ is in trouble and could be sign and trade bait as well.

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  • DoNDaDDa
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    CalgaryRapsFan wrote: View Post
    Lets expand the discussion to consider all wings (SF & SG):

    Weems - BC will let him sign with whoever wants him, after that team's cap space is tied-up for 3 days, while BC "considers" matching

    Bayless - I assume BC is hoping to either include him in a Nash S&T, or S&T him to whatever team wants him, to hopefully get something back in return (ie: 2nd round pick)

    DeRozan - likely will be starting SG, with some burn at SF in small lineup configurations

    Ross - likely will be backup SG

    Fields - assuming NYK doesn't match the offer and pending other moves by Toronto, he'll likely be starting SF

    Forbes - unless used as salary filler in a big trade, he'll likely be kept as the 11th/12th man, serving as emergency in-game 3rd string SG & PG

    JJ - I think he's trade bait, either in a Nash S&T or for a star SF, otherwise he would likely compete with Fields for starting SF duty and with Kleiza for backups SF duty

    Kleiza - I assume he'll be kept to help Valanciunas acclimate himself to North America and the NBA game, while providing 2nd/3rd string SF duty and 3rd string PF duty in smaller lineups


    Most likely NOT to be Raptors next season (in order of most likely):
    - Weems
    - Bayless
    - Fields (on the chance that NYK match the offer*)
    - JJ

    [I]* would be hillarious if the NYK lose out on Nash sweepstakes AND lose Fields to Toronto AND lose Lin to Houston/Phoenix! lol[/I]
    i hope the Knicks get plucked for sure LOL

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  • Sig
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    ceez wrote: View Post
    i don't think weems ever wears a raps jersey again and i wouldn't be shocked if bayless is traded
    The words that you have put together to create a sentence are indeed relevant and correct according to our situation. I salute you and your family.

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  • NoPropsneeded
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    BC is playing very dirty. If this shit goes through BC is a boss. Knicks losing fields, Nash, and Lin that's hilarious

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  • heinz57
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    i'm starting to think the qualifying offer to Weems was just another ploy to befuddle the hapless NY front office, since they showed interest in him..

    like, when my dog (NYK) gets ahold of a sock from my laundry (Nash) and won't let go... so i dangle some bacon (Weems) in front of his face to get him to let go... and when he does, i put the sock out of reach.... and throw him the scrap of bacon i didnt give a shit about anyways

    my dog is a moron.

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  • CalgaryRapsFan
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    Lets expand the discussion to consider all wings (SF & SG):

    Weems - BC will let him sign with whoever wants him, after that team's cap space is tied-up for 3 days, while BC "considers" matching

    Bayless - I assume BC is hoping to either include him in a Nash S&T, or S&T him to whatever team wants him, to hopefully get something back in return (ie: 2nd round pick)

    DeRozan - likely will be starting SG, with some burn at SF in small lineup configurations

    Ross - likely will be backup SG

    Fields - assuming NYK doesn't match the offer and pending other moves by Toronto, he'll likely be starting SF

    Forbes - unless used as salary filler in a big trade, he'll likely be kept as the 11th/12th man, serving as emergency in-game 3rd string SG & PG

    JJ - I think he's trade bait, either in a Nash S&T or for a star SF, otherwise he would likely compete with Fields for starting SF duty and with Kleiza for backups SF duty

    Kleiza - I assume he'll be kept to help Valanciunas acclimate himself to North America and the NBA game, while providing 2nd/3rd string SF duty and 3rd string PF duty in smaller lineups


    Most likely NOT to be Raptors next season (in order of most likely):
    - Weems
    - Bayless
    - Fields (on the chance that NYK match the offer*)
    - JJ

    * would be hillarious if the NYK lose out on Nash sweepstakes AND lose Fields to Toronto AND lose Lin to Houston/Phoenix! lol
    Last edited by CalgaryRapsFan; Tue Jul 3rd, 2012, 04:35 PM.

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  • NoPropsneeded
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    Weem's is gone if fields is signed and if he's not than idk wtf BC is thinking

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  • ceez
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    i don't think weems ever wears a raps jersey again and i wouldn't be shocked if bayless is traded

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  • thead
    started a topic So...Mes Ami...as we say at the bar GTFO!

    So...Mes Ami...as we say at the bar GTFO!

    We now have

    Bayless - Forbes - Ross - DeRozan - Fields - Weems ... unless Don Nelson is coming in to run the offense... Who goes?
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