Last edited by sportfireman; 01-26-2017 at 04:04 PM.
I'm not perfect and neither are you.
Romans 3:23 for all have sinned and fall short of the esteem of Elohim,
Ephisians 4: 32 And be kind towards one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as Elohim also forgave you in Messiah.
He's the next Lebron James but better.
Deflections are not steals. Under JOB, defenders were to go after the ball to take it away. Frank changed the emphasis from getting the ball to just deflecting it - thus the rise in deflections but the more average opponent turnover and points off turnovers rate. With Nate we're back to an emphasis on risking your man-to-man defense in order to steal it.
One could say Nate got the defensive philosophy from JOB.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
Or throw in a first-round pick and flip it for a max-level point guard...
i'd be happy if he turns out to be Otto Porter never mind as good as PG
Our Pacers have issues, but thankfully we dont have 1 or 2 guys sniping at each other on the internet.
Trading PG would be the most insane move in franchise history.
Last edited by presto123; 01-27-2017 at 02:23 AM.
The Pacers will have an opportunity to make another extension offer to PG this offseason (technically, renegotiate and extend). It's going to be for a lot of money, with potentially a bonus on top if he makes all-NBA again (thanks to a new provision in the upcoming CBA). In similar situations last year, Harden and Westbrook signed extensions, and apparently Cousins has already committed to sign a similar offer with the Kings this offseason.
If PG turns this offer down, then I'd say it would be fair for the Pacers to trade him.
Sidenote, PG is actually having one of his best statistical years, highest FG% 3pt% and FT% of his career pretty much, rebound and assist points are down by about 1 in each category, but statistically wish he has improved in scoring consistency. He also doesn't get to the line as much anymore.
Take this info as you want it.
Why so SERIOUS
Another all star appearance and another step closer to making another all NBA team. If Paul qualities for the dpe there is no way he's leaving. Get ready to pay the man.
Larry Bird qouted March 25th. 2015:
Bird: I wanted to keep our group together because in the summer, if David and Roy opt out, we're back to zero, really. We don't have that much, so you leave your options open. If we did make a trade, I didn't want to take on a lot of contracts -- because that's what usually happens. Plus, I liked my guys. They're playing well. If we keep the core together and Paul comes back healthy, we'll be right back to where we were.
Paul George is staying. Him and Turner are the future