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» Wed May 10, 2006 10:27 pm
J.Boone $ and H.Adams selection this year. While Boone can be a blue-collar/intimidator/defensive minded 4/5 ( Taft insurance ), I think Adams could defend @least 2-3 positions (agressively) decent...

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» Wed May 10, 2006 10:45 pm
ah, i'd take boone over adams if the warriors choose to keep the pick if they receive the 9th pick.
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» Thu May 11, 2006 3:15 am
Noooooooo... I think Boone will be Murph, minus his boards and his shot.
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» Fri May 12, 2006 4:06 pm
Troy Murphy without his boards and shot... wow. I don't think you can describe a more empty visual.

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» Fri May 12, 2006 7:04 pm
By no means am I implying we take Josh @ 9. Hopefully we can ultimately dump $$ AND trade down where I think both would be available. Furthermore I believe Josh is an american version of Dre or @least can be since he's young. But I see him more of a shot blocking rebounder. Of course he doesn't have the range, and thats for the better. On top of that, he's more athletic than Troy and has decent hands. I trully percieve him as being the blue-collar type. The same for Adams. I see a littleT.Allen in him---***030***---
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» Sat May 13, 2006 2:33 am
#32 wrote:Troy Murphy without his boards and shot... wow. I don't think you can describe a more empty visual.


:wink:

That was the idea.

btw, I like the idea of getting Adams, but it would have to be in the second round. I'm not sure he'd be available there. Probably not, but Monta was last year, so who knows...

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