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PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2008 3:39 pm
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sfsfsfgiants wrote:Yeah, that second trade is much more possible. They just might take that.


yeah i think so to but the key to that trade for us is keeping perovic.


You do realize that Perovic has no future in the league, right? If someone wanted him, for anything, they would give him up. He is not even a prospect, I dont think. He is a space filler.


i disagree i seen him play 5 minutes and he looked better than o'bryant
all together just give him more time bro you will see his skills.


But that is the thing. He wont get time. He will fade away. He is a big, tall, slow big man, and Nellie wont go for that at all. I bet he isnt dressed at all, with Webber here now, for the rest of the season.


ok so what trade would you come up with?
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2008 3:51 pm
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sfsfsfgiants wrote:
mista240sx wrote:
sfsfsfgiants wrote:
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sfsfsfgiants wrote:Yeah, that second trade is much more possible. They just might take that.


yeah i think so to but the key to that trade for us is keeping perovic.


You do realize that Perovic has no future in the league, right? If someone wanted him, for anything, they would give him up. He is not even a prospect, I dont think. He is a space filler.


i disagree i seen him play 5 minutes and he looked better than o'bryant
all together just give him more time bro you will see his skills.


But that is the thing. He wont get time. He will fade away. He is a big, tall, slow big man, and Nellie wont go for that at all. I bet he isnt dressed at all, with Webber here now, for the rest of the season.


ok so what trade would you come up with?


I told you I liked that second trade. The one that had Azubuike going. It is a trade that works both ways. The only point I am trying to make is the fact that Kosta is a bench warmer at best. If he was anything more than that, he would have played in more than five minutes this year.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2008 5:16 pm
sfsfsfgiants wrote:
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sfsfsfgiants wrote:Yeah, that second trade is much more possible. They just might take that.


yeah i think so to but the key to that trade for us is keeping perovic.


You do realize that Perovic has no future in the league, right? If someone wanted him, for anything, they would give him up. He is not even a prospect, I dont think. He is a space filler.


i disagree i seen him play 5 minutes and he looked better than o'bryant
all together just give him more time bro you will see his skills.


But that is the thing. He wont get time. He will fade away. He is a big, tall, slow big man, and Nellie wont go for that at all. I bet he isnt dressed at all, with Webber here now, for the rest of the season.


ok so what trade would you come up with?


I told you I liked that second trade. The one that had Azubuike going. It is a trade that works both ways. The only point I am trying to make is the fact that Kosta is a bench warmer at best. If he was anything more than that, he would have played in more than five minutes this year.


wow.. no future in the league? That is harsh, and I think he can be in the league if he works on it. You can't teach height right? Look, to be honest, I dunno if POB is any good but its not like he ever got a shot. Same with Kosta.

I think with all or our youngster they can all contribute... Fact remain, this isnt the old warriors anymore, bound for the lottery, this is the new look playoff bound, potential contenders...
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sfsfsfgiants wrote:
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sfsfsfgiants wrote:
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sfsfsfgiants wrote:Yeah, that second trade is much more possible. They just might take that.


yeah i think so to but the key to that trade for us is keeping perovic.


You do realize that Perovic has no future in the league, right? If someone wanted him, for anything, they would give him up. He is not even a prospect, I dont think. He is a space filler.


i disagree i seen him play 5 minutes and he looked better than o'bryant
all together just give him more time bro you will see his skills.


But that is the thing. He wont get time. He will fade away. He is a big, tall, slow big man, and Nellie wont go for that at all. I bet he isnt dressed at all, with Webber here now, for the rest of the season.


ok so what trade would you come up with?


I told you I liked that second trade. The one that had Azubuike going. It is a trade that works both ways. The only point I am trying to make is the fact that Kosta is a bench warmer at best. If he was anything more than that, he would have played in more than five minutes this year.


wow.. no future in the league? That is harsh.


Yeah, I dont see this guy being any more than a backup at best. I dont know... just my take, I guess.
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Getting Artest wouldn't make the W's a better squad than the Fakers! The only big man that would have fit the W's style is the guy who plays for the Celtics! And Bosh and Amare are basically untouchables!

That trade sets the W's yrs back behind the Lakers!

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 4:01 am
sfsfsfgiants wrote:
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sfsfsfgiants wrote:I told you I liked that second trade. The one that had Azubuike going. It is a trade that works both ways. The only point I am trying to make is the fact that Kosta is a bench warmer at best. If he was anything more than that, he would have played in more than five minutes this year.


wow.. no future in the league? That is harsh.


Yeah, I dont see this guy being any more than a backup at best. I dont know... just my take, I guess.


i gotta agree with W. Kosta shows promise. now dont getted twisted, im not saying he's gonna be an elite big man in the league. but the guy has shown he can play. coming back up from the d-league he showed improvement from when i last saw him at the warriors open practice. if he got consistent time (somewhere else) im sure he can be an asset to any team (except ours). i think he'd be a pretty good trading piece...he wouldnt get us much, but i think a package with him, azubuike and pietrus could get us someone pretty good... hell, MAYBE even artest. or if it was POB instead of perovic.

point is, sac is still looking for a big man. they thought they found it in mikki moore, but obviously didnt. if POB or perovic show sac that they can rebound and defend (as they have shown flashes of such play) then sac just might bite. lets also not forget about artests friends jax and harrington as well as his st johns ties with mully.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 4:09 am
EMan32 wrote:point is, sac is still looking for a big man.


Let's also remember they drafted Spencer Hawes this past draft...

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 4:12 am
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EMan32 wrote:point is, sac is still looking for a big man.


Let's also remember they drafted Spencer Hawes this past draft...


yeah, but aside from him being injured i honestly think he isnt that good. call me ignorant, but in the couple games that ive seen him play, id say that POB has more of a chance at being a good big man (and back up to brad miller) then hawes.
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Hardly any big man drafted after the 10th round is ever good.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 10:21 am
shalik wrote:Artest belongs with the Warriors: Thug, great 3-pt shooter, friends with Jack, quick, athletic, great at steals. That would be a gr8 match.


lol @ tha first reason....hahahahahahaha
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 10:36 am
jimbob631 wrote:Hardly any big man drafted after the 10th round is ever good.


im assuming you mean 10th pick. and i can name a few big men picked after the 10th pick that are great right now. but as far as this past draft, you're pretty much right.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 11:38 am
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jimbob631 wrote:Hardly any big man drafted after the 10th round is ever good.


im assuming you mean 10th pick. and i can name a few big men picked after the 10th pick that are great right now. but as far as this past draft, you're pretty much right.



2005 draft - 10th pick Andrew Bynum - Lakers

that year the Warriors drafted Diogu with the 9th pick

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Drafted Monta in the 2nd round with teh 40th pick
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:26 pm
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EMan32 wrote:point is, sac is still looking for a big man.


Let's also remember they drafted Spencer Hawes this past draft...


yeah, but aside from him being injured i honestly think he isnt that good. call me ignorant, but in the couple games that ive seen him play, id say that POB has more of a chance at being a good big man (and back up to brad miller) then hawes.


Agreed, as much as everyone likes to bash on POB, I am not sold on Spencer Hawes either. I think he had no buisness leaving college after 1 year. And now he is injured, bad signs for a 19 year old...not to mention, I hear he's a pompous ass
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 2:35 pm
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EMan32 wrote:point is, sac is still looking for a big man.


Let's also remember they drafted Spencer Hawes this past draft...


yeah, but aside from him being injured i honestly think he isnt that good. call me ignorant, but in the couple games that ive seen him play, id say that POB has more of a chance at being a good big man (and back up to brad miller) then hawes.


Agreed, as much as everyone likes to bash on POB, I am not sold on Spencer Hawes either. I think he had no buisness leaving college after 1 year. And now he is injured, bad signs for a 19 year old...not to mention, I hear he's a pompous ass


Yeah, I'm just saying that, as a first round investment, they'll do anything they can to give him chances to succeed.
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Thats the only trade I see happening.
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