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Two young superstars, two very different ways of announcing their future intentions — of course people would compare the two, and of course Durant would come out looking much better.
He is too good to be true in this respect and pretty much is in a basketball respect, too. Everything Durant has ever done indicates his humble persona is not an act in the least, and it is completely unrealistic to expect anyone with his combination of youth, talent, and wealth to act that way. Darnell Mayberry passes along a Portland radio station report saying that Thunder assistant GM Rich Cho will interview for the vacant Portland general manager position.
The three could form the core of the team with Durant as one of the most, if not the most dangerous offensive player to take the court during the tournament. Is it just me or does anyone else kind of like listening to Aldrich talk? And a video interview with Aldrich by Brian Davis. And what goes around comes around. Now Durant can keep Presti. Perhaps not the best. The out-of-work of Kevin Pritchard. Lots of good GMs out there.
But Presti is the hottest. Just 34 years old and in virtually no time took a floundering franchise, stripped it down and built it back into the envy of most of the league.
Chris Mannix of SI writes the lockout will happen: Tuesday Bolts — 7. Sorry that you have to get up earlier, Royce, but I enjoy having my morning Bolts a bit earlier ;. I don't remember any CBA negotiations in american basketball, baseball, hockey, or football where the sides were not 'miles apart'.
I know it's not basketball related, but I just saw that George Steinbrenner passed away this morning. While there is a lot of negative things to be said for how he ran the Yankees' organization, you can't discount the impact he had on pro sports. Their first proposal was ridiculous.
Immediate paycuts for everyone, now and forever. Pretty much sums it up. Employing the star-studded template of a point guard, wing scorer and big man, imagine this triumvirate: Depending on how the new collective bargaining agreement shakes out, it could be a viable scenario down the road.
Howard and Paul each control their destiny in the summer of , as they have player options for the season. Should the two opt out of their respective contracts with Orlando and New Orleans, the potential is there for a more powerful union than the one we just witnessed.
Still, we can dream right? Especially when one just became a reality. I love this quote: I agree, big change, but I like the move.
It's clear the Jazz weren't gonna work with Boozer as their primary big. I think it's a good gamble. This is kinda like watching Thabo hitting open 3 pointers.
Does anyone with an insider account want to give me a summary of what Haberstroh wrote about us and the Heat? The Jazz weakness last year was their defense and Al Jefferson is probably one of the few forwards they could have found who is worse than Boozer defensively. I don't think they are going to stop anyone. It seems more like a desperation Boozer band aid than a calculated decision.
Sad couple of days This team is already better. Just because it is a young team. And the only way is up. Time is the biggest draft pick this team has. And with the addition of a D Cook. Hes played under a winner in wade. Also a Aldrich who is a big presence down low.
I have no problem we are going to be better then last year. In that presser, Brooks says that he really likes the 9-man rotation, but that there are minutes to be had. KD is the only one he said is guranteed minutes. This is about the 12th minute. So basically, expect a mostly 9-man rotation, but perhaps we'll see a 10th man getting some minutes as well. With a 10 man rotation. We can run the system Paul Westhead ran with the lakers. I think it's almost impossible not to like Cole Aldrich as a Thunder fan when you hear him speak and see what he's all about.
Boy I hope he's as good on the court as he has been in his interviews. Im sure we will here a little more on this as we get closer. But i wonder what happens if there is a lockout for season ticket holders? Do they give us a refund on the games that were missed? Just curious if anyone knows how that works. Glad Aldrich finally got his tooth fixed.
Seems like a good kid. Seems like your new job is making you get up earlier Royce. There is a reason these owners are giving out these idiotic contracts, when they try to cut salaries and change the contract lengths and annual raises they are going to try to get those same changes applied to current contracts.
If we rewind to the last lockout, so many players were living paycheck to paycheck that when the lockout came the majority of these guys went broke and ended up caving. Thats probably whats going to happen this time unless NBA players suddenly all got much smarter with their money These kids are so ill prepared. It'll be a big change for them Most interesting to me will be Jefferson's passing.
The counter-point to the "Al is a black hole" argument is that he never had anyone around him. Utah has the personnel around him that can abuse double teams against Jefferson. Will be interesting to see the final verdict on that. Kahn has been making some surprisingly smart moves this offseason.
Collectively, again using Paul's injury-free season, this group would edge the Miami trio with a total of Yeah, the Utah move was definitely one of desperation, but I think in the end it wasn't much less than a lateral move at worst, and the scenario has some upside for Utah.
This'll be Al Jeff's first go round on a competitive team. Considering Boozer was gone either way, Al Jeff's contract is a pretty damn good return on that trade exception. I'll be interested to see what happens either way. They're 'kilometers apart', which is totally different.
Plus you have your family and really close friends that you help out, plus all your other "friends" that suddenly appear. Sorry I have been busy and have not been by much lately, what was everyones response to David Lee getting 80 million?
This whole situation cannot be good for either side to drag this thing out to where games are missed. I think this will have a tremendous effect on ticket sales for next year league wide. So the owners would lose quite a bit from that aspect alone i would think. Chandler to Toronto deal has been canceled, so my hope of landing Kristic's replacement is still alive! I knew it'd only be a matter of time before someone snapped up Cho; I just wish it wasn't this offseason and I wish it wasn't the Blazers.
Presti, Pritchard, and Ferry all left the Spurs and R. Buford seems to have weathered those storms just fine. Utah basically sign and traded Carlos Boozer for Al Jefferson. And to see what Big Al's lack of passing does to Sloan's offense. Anyone have Insider so I can hear more about this!!! Somebody has to know what the scoop is on THIS? Utah sends two first rounders and the TPE for Jefferson.
Can't believe how low his value got. The Wolves are using the cap space they got in the trade to sign It just adds to the trainwreck for Minny. Wonder if another win season would lead to Kahn's ouster next season. I mean there's nothing in that Sports Grid article that I haven't said or thought myself, but I'm a home town biased fan. When I said Kevin Durant had the heart of the guy making it on heart alone, and the talent of the guy making it on talent alone, it was understandable for me because I'm too emotionally close to be unbiased.
Magically Pure Basketball Superhero" is the basic narrative of his national media coverage then I get a bit worried what happens when it is decided he hasn't lived up to his mythological expectations.