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PostPosted: Sun Sep 09, 2007 6:29 am
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sfsfsfgiants wrote:Okay, here's a good question... rank these guys in order of who you would want, and take into consideration the amount of money they would get:

1) Gary Payton
2) Sarunas Jasikevicious
3) Earl Boykins
4) Will Bynum
5) Pierre Pierce


talking back-up point guard and taking money into account, I say payton, boykins, pierce, cabbage, bynum - I see no evidence that Bynum is a PG.


Yeah, I don't understand the infatuation with Will Bynum. I saw him play last year for Maccabi and he looked like a backup. A backup at euro level. GP on one leg is still able to help more than him.


Didn't we have this pass-first point guard third-string dude for a couple of games last year? Aaron something? I am too drunk and stoned to look it up



:mrgreen: Good Saturday night buddy.

Payton would be a bit of a dream come true for Oakland Warriors fans as he is a playground legend there
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Where was Gary Payton earlier this offseason? All of a sudden he wants to get the hometown break by trying to lure the W's into a contract? This is why W's fans are so desparate for somebody! All of a sudden everybody here wants him. His game doesn't fit the W's style and has proven that he can defend anymore!

We have enough guards as it is and we don't need another one. I'd rather have J-Will and his expiring 9 million contract to free up even more money but who we give up is the problem!

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Even Payton in his prime would not have been a good fit for the W's. Back then he dominated the ball alot and his style of play is definitely made for the run and gun!

When he was with the Lakers he got burned bad back Parker in the playoffs and that was a few yrs ago. His game is suited for the slow it down half court game. No need for his game here!

Bring me another veteran defender or big man!
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man, GP with BD and SJax? David Stern's worst nightmare. It'd be worth it just so he had his 19th nervous breakdown from fear of a hiphop planet - hyphy hoops in Oaktown. 8)

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J-Rich wrote:Even Payton in his prime would not have been a good fit for the W's. Back then he dominated the ball alot and his style of play is definitely not made for the run and gun!

When he was with the Lakers he got burned bad back Parker in the playoffs and that was a few yrs ago. His game is suited for the slow it down half court game. No need for his game here!

Bring me another veteran defender or big man!
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J-Rich wrote:Even Payton in his prime would not have been a good fit for the W's. Back then he dominated the ball alot and his style of play is definitely not made for the run and gun!

When he was with the Lakers he got burned bad back Parker in the playoffs and that was a few yrs ago. His game is suited for the slow it down half court game. No need for his game here!

Bring me another veteran defender or big man!

umm...why are you quoting yourself? :?:
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J-Rich wrote:Even Payton in his prime would not have been a good fit for the W's. Back then he dominated the ball alot and his style of play is definitely not made for the run and gun!

When he was with the Lakers he got burned bad back Parker in the playoffs and that was a few yrs ago. His game is suited for the slow it down half court game. No need for his game here!

Bring me another veteran defender or big man!

umm...why are you quoting yourself? :?:


:dontknow: Maybe he needs the emotional rush of agreeing with someone?

:mrgreen:
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2007 4:12 pm
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coltraning wrote:
J-Rich wrote:
J-Rich wrote:Even Payton in his prime would not have been a good fit for the W's. Back then he dominated the ball alot and his style of play is definitely not made for the run and gun!

When he was with the Lakers he got burned bad back Parker in the playoffs and that was a few yrs ago. His game is suited for the slow it down half court game. No need for his game here!

Bring me another veteran defender or big man!

umm...why are you quoting yourself? :?:


:dontknow: Maybe he needs the emotional rush of agreeing with someone?

:mrgreen:


Wow, how true is that. :wink:
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TMC wrote:
coltraning wrote:
J-Rich wrote:
J-Rich wrote:Even Payton in his prime would not have been a good fit for the W's. Back then he dominated the ball alot and his style of play is definitely not made for the run and gun!

When he was with the Lakers he got burned bad back Parker in the playoffs and that was a few yrs ago. His game is suited for the slow it down half court game. No need for his game here!

Bring me another veteran defender or big man!

umm...why are you quoting yourself? :?:


:dontknow: Maybe he needs the emotional rush of agreeing with someone?

:mrgreen:


Wow, how true is that. :wink:

now you two are just getting whacky!
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coltraning wrote:
sfsfsfgiants wrote:
TMC wrote:
coltraning wrote:
J-Rich wrote:
J-Rich wrote:Even Payton in his prime would not have been a good fit for the W's. Back then he dominated the ball alot and his style of play is definitely not made for the run and gun!

When he was with the Lakers he got burned bad back Parker in the playoffs and that was a few yrs ago. His game is suited for the slow it down half court game. No need for his game here!

Bring me another veteran defender or big man!

umm...why are you quoting yourself? :?:


:dontknow: Maybe he needs the emotional rush of agreeing with someone?

:mrgreen:


Wow, how true is that. :wink:

now you two are just getting whacky! Who would do that?

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coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
sfsfsfgiants wrote:
TMC wrote:
coltraning wrote:
J-Rich wrote:
J-Rich wrote:Even Payton in his prime would not have been a good fit for the W's. Back then he dominated the ball alot and his style of play is definitely not made for the run and gun!

When he was with the Lakers he got burned bad back Parker in the playoffs and that was a few yrs ago. His game is suited for the slow it down half court game. No need for his game here!

Bring me another veteran defender or big man!

umm...why are you quoting yourself? :?:


:dontknow: Maybe he needs the emotional rush of agreeing with someone?

:mrgreen:


Wow, how true is that. :wink:

now you two are just getting whacky! Who would do that?

8)


Uhh... why are you quoting yourself with only a cool emoticon? :mrgreen: Jk, colt.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2007 7:29 pm
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:Even Payton in his prime would not have been a good fit for the W's. Back then he dominated the ball alot and his style of play is definitely not made for the run and gun!

When he was with the Lakers he got burned bad back Parker in the playoffs and that was a few yrs ago. His game is suited for the slow it down half court game. No need for his game here!

Bring me another veteran defender or big man!

umm...why are you quoting yourself? :?:


:dontknow: Maybe he needs the emotional rush of agreeing with someone?

:mrgreen:


Wow, how true is that. :wink:

now you two are just getting whacky! Who would do that?

8)


Uhh... why are you quoting yourself with only a cool emoticon? :mrgreen: Jk, colt.

HAH!!! Who's The KING of self-quoters now? Huh? Huh?
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2007 7:58 pm
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:Even Payton in his prime would not have been a good fit for the W's. Back then he dominated the ball alot and his style of play is definitely not made for the run and gun!

When he was with the Lakers he got burned bad back Parker in the playoffs and that was a few yrs ago. His game is suited for the slow it down half court game. No need for his game here!

Bring me another veteran defender or big man!

umm...why are you quoting yourself? :?:


:dontknow: Maybe he needs the emotional rush of agreeing with someone?

:mrgreen:


Wow, how true is that. :wink:

now you two are just getting whacky! Who would do that?

8)


Uhh... why are you quoting yourself with only a cool emoticon? :mrgreen: Jk, colt.

HAH!!! Who's The KING of self-quoters now? Huh? Huh?


Uhh... still gotta go with J-Rich because he quotes himself without purposely doing it. :wink:
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2007 12:37 am
sfsfsfgiants wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:Even Payton in his prime would not have been a good fit for the W's. Back then he dominated the ball alot and his style of play is definitely not made for the run and gun!

When he was with the Lakers he got burned bad back Parker in the playoffs and that was a few yrs ago. His game is suited for the slow it down half court game. No need for his game here!

Bring me another veteran defender or big man!

umm...why are you quoting yourself? :?:


:dontknow: Maybe he needs the emotional rush of agreeing with someone?

:mrgreen:


Wow, how true is that. :wink:

now you two are just getting whacky! Who would do that?

8)


Uhh... why are you quoting yourself with only a cool emoticon? :mrgreen: Jk, colt.

HAH!!! Who's The KING of self-quoters now? Huh? Huh?


Uhh... still gotta go with J-Rich because he quotes himself without purposely doing it. :wink:

damnit :banghead: always a bridesmaid, never a bride :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!:
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2007 2:52 am
coltraning wrote:
sfsfsfgiants wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:
coltraning wrote:Even Payton in his prime would not have been a good fit for the W's. Back then he dominated the ball alot and his style of play is definitely not made for the run and gun!

When he was with the Lakers he got burned bad back Parker in the playoffs and that was a few yrs ago. His game is suited for the slow it down half court game. No need for his game here!

Bring me another veteran defender or big man!

umm...why are you quoting yourself? :?:


:dontknow: Maybe he needs the emotional rush of agreeing with someone?

:mrgreen:


Wow, how true is that. :wink:

now you two are just getting whacky! Who would do that?

8)


Uhh... why are you quoting yourself with only a cool emoticon? :mrgreen: Jk, colt.

HAH!!! Who's The KING of self-quoters now? Huh? Huh?


Uhh... still gotta go with J-Rich because he quotes himself without purposely doing it. :wink:

damnit :banghead: always a bridesmaid, never a bride :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!: :!:


Hey, nobody said it was easy to beat the bride... :mrgreen:

btw, long life the never-ending-quote thread!!!
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