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DeAndre Jordan

Posted: Sat Mar 01, 2008 11:11 pm
by J-Rich
This guy makes me cream in my pants... I would ask the Grizzlies or a team like Miami. If they were interested in a trade for Andris and maybe a player like MP or Buke to sweeten the deal and also the W's 1st round pick for the rights to draft DeAndre...

This guy has athletically gifted and is a better all around player than AB. He's 7'0 250lbs...Looks like he would fit in the run and gun system and throw down missed shots!

Also we wouldn't have to pay AB the big bucks down the road...I like this guy alot! Mullie pull the trade on this on in July...Pull off another stunner!

Posted: Sat Mar 01, 2008 11:12 pm
by J-Rich
He moves almost as close to Bynum out there!

Posted: Sun Mar 02, 2008 12:39 am
by jimbob631
Hes not gonna be good for a few years but I think hes gonna be the next dwight howard. At the moment I think our frontcourt is set for the future with wright and beans but he would be a great addition to this team. If we end up missing the playoffs and we get lucky and get a pick in the top 10 he might be a player we should look into.

Posted: Sun Mar 02, 2008 12:45 am
by J-Rich
Teams that don't make the playoffs but still have good records wouldn't fall into the top 10 0r 11 picks so the W's wouldn't have a chance at getting a top pick...Their record is not crappy enough...

But I love this guy! I could wait for this guy to develop with Wright and Monta. Hopefully we could have enough money to offer a FA if we don't extend Harrington and Jackson right away...

Posted: Sun Mar 02, 2008 2:50 am
by xbay
He's averaging 9 points and 6 rebounds a game. He's a 7-footer playing at Texas A&M. I think I'll pass. High risk, high reward type player that either you'll boo or love Mullin for.

Posted: Sun Mar 02, 2008 12:24 pm
by cladden
J-Rich wrote:Teams that don't make the playoffs but still have good records wouldn't fall into the top 10 0r 11 picks so the W's wouldn't have a chance at getting a top pick...Their record is not crappy enough...

But I love this guy! I could wait for this guy to develop with Wright and Monta. Hopefully we could have enough money to offer a FA if we don't extend Harrington and Jackson right away...


Well. The first three picks are the real lottery meaning if we don't make the playoffs we can get either of them. Unlikely but possible. It's impossible for us to get e.g. pick number four since that is awarded to the team with the worst record that hasn't already gotten a pick (and so it continues for the rest of the lottery)

Posted: Sun Mar 02, 2008 1:52 pm
by J-Rich
What I meant to say is that the W's don't fall in the catagory of having the 10 -12 worst records in the league...The Eastern Conference practically will have most of teams will the worst records...

Posted: Sun Mar 02, 2008 10:14 pm
by xbay
J-Rich wrote:What I meant to say is that the W's don't fall in the catagory of having the 10 -12 worst records in the league...The Eastern Conference practically will have most of teams will the worst records...


That's a good thing, though. The NBA is so unbalanced. The East needs a bright future to look to.

Posted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 12:50 pm
by mista240sx
warriors should still stick with the projected pick in tyler smith i mean with us losing barnes and pietrus we need a sg/sf people are comparing smith
to josh howard....smith is a sleeper for sure and would feel a need and will
be a future star in this league.