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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 2:58 pm
Now that its looking more like amare is probably going to portland, tyson chandler is on the trading block according to espn, i think chandler along side beans can be something special, as far as how we ge get him? well i think the dubs have trading pieces to get him, i think this would be better for dubs, i mean yes amare is a better scorer but we have enough of that.
rebounding and shot blocking would increase with chandler playing along side beans not to mention scoring around the basket and alley oops would bring back sell out crowds and the playoffs back to oracle next year.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 4:10 pm
i like chandler, but he needs a good point guard to be effective. his defense has gone down from what it was 2 years ago, but if we could get a good point guard that could get him involved, then id be all for it.

the only thing he'd be here for is rebounding and defense...thats all he'd be good for without chris paul anyway.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 4:17 pm
Tyson Chandler WITH Chris Paul and Tyson Chandler WITHOUT Chris Paul are two completely different players. If we still had BD, i'd give this a maybe. But not anymore.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 4:26 pm
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the only thing he'd be here for is rebounding and defense...thats all he'd be good for without chris paul anyway.


but to me, that's what we need the most help with. :)

we've got more than enough scorers as evidenced by the score of the knicks game. if we can't get amare or bosh (which is highly likely that we won't be seeing them in a warriors uniform), we should at least find a "servicable" PF who fits Nelly's uptempo game and unload some guards/wings to make that happen. if Nelly doesn't like what he's got (wright, randolph) as options for power forward, then find somebody he'll play instead of having them rot on the bench. not playing his bench isn't going to help move any of Nelly's "afterthoughts".

brandon bass, chris wilcox, paul millsap. i'd love to see any of these guys on the dubs. we need one more active big (who nelly trusts of course, so they have to be a vet) to go with biedrins and turiaf.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 4:44 pm
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E-Man wrote:
the only thing he'd be here for is rebounding and defense...thats all he'd be good for without chris paul anyway.


but to me, that's what we need the most help with. :)

we've got more than enough scorers as evidenced by the score of the knicks game. if we can't get amare or bosh (which is highly likely that we won't be seeing them in a warriors uniform), we should at least find a "servicable" PF who fits Nelly's uptempo game and unload some guards/wings to make that happen. if Nelly doesn't like what he's got (wright, randolph) as options for power forward, then find somebody he'll play instead of having them rot on the bench. not playing his bench isn't going to help move any of Nelly's "afterthoughts".


i agree that those are areas which the warriors need help....the main areas. but getting chandler would clog the lane. he would take up so much of the space that the rest of our players use to score. put him next to biedrins and suddenly biedrins is scoring less and monta isnt getting to the basket. take him off the bench and suddenly buike and maggs arent getting to the bucket as often. chandler is no longer as agile, nimble, nor athletic as biedrins, turiaf, wright, or randolph. so while our rebounding and blocks improve (and defense on big men), production on offense slows down incredibly.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 9:04 pm
thanks for the input guys, i was thinking milsap but i made a thread on chandler because he is on the trading block other than amare and bosh and thought he can be good along side beans....
anyway what the heck append to hendrix? he had potential to be a milsap type player, is he in the d league? hopefully we get him back on our roster and kick kurz out.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 9:11 pm
mista240sx wrote:thanks for the input guys, i was thinking milsap but i made a thread on chandler because he is on the trading block other than amare and bosh and thought he can be good along side beans....
anyway what the heck append to hendrix? he had potential to be a milsap type player, is he in the d league? hopefully we get him back on our roster and kick kurz out.


the warriors waived him when monta's suspension ended. last i heard he was tearing up the boards in the D-League.

edit:// Hendrix's numbers for the last 3 games (Dakota of the D-League)
14pts, 15reb, 2ast, 2stl, 1blk, 6-8fg
30pts, 18reb, 3ast, 1stl, 3blk, 14-20fg
12pts, 17reb, 2ast, 0stl, 1blk, 4-8fg

i definiely think we could have used that rebounding and blocking this season (more so this past week).
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 9:40 pm
I agree. PG needed.

Here's Tyson's scouting report from his draft year:


Strengths: Super talented shot-blocker posses all that is needed for a great defensive player lateral quickness, explosiveness, long arms, and excellent timing .... Feels comfortable facing the basket can hit jump shots from about 16 feet out and has even shown the ability to hit the 3-point shot ... Super athletic runs the floor like a gazelle and can hop out the gym with the best of them ... Above average free throw shooter for someone of his size .... Moves around the lane well and has a feathery touch around the basket .... Has some descent passing ability rarely gets trapped into a double team ..... Biggest thing going for him is that he's a athletic 7-footer who has loads of untapped potential the one thing scouts love more than anything ...

Weakness: Rail thin could stand to gain 20 pounds of muscle ... Against physical players such as Ousmane Cisse Chandler didn't respond well and doesn't like to mix it up inside ... One would think as tall as he is that Chandler would have some kind of post moves but instead looks very uncomfortable with his back to the basket ... Rebounding despite the high numbers isn't as strong as one would think because he lacks the intensity and lacks the upper body strength to be dominate rebounder at the NBA level ... Goes through periods during a game where his concentration lacks and doesn't really seem to hustle to make plays .... Could stand to upgrade his ball handling due to fact he lacks the post moves or strength to play the post and will be further from the basket ... Everyone talks about his immaturity but to honest if most kids before they went to high school were featured on 60 minutes and tabbed a great one how many people would be able to take all the hype ?... Although clearly at 18 years old he will have some problems dealing with the fame and fortune of being a millionaire ...


I'd kill for him if he had that 16 foot jump shot. otherwise, him and beans won't be on the court at the same time.

but any new big man would allow turiaf to play more at pf. which would be stellar.
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