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    Maybe we can trade Jackson and Ron for a starting caliber SG? And start Granger at SF? I bet that could work.

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    Hey, Granger looks so skinny to me. I've heard talk that he can occasionally slip down and play the 4, but he looks too slight. Does anyone have any idea if he is going to try to gain weight or stay where he is at?
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    Hey, Granger looks so skinny to me. I've heard talk that he can occasionally slip down and play the 4, but he looks too slight. Does anyone have any idea if he is going to try to gain weight or stay where he is at?
    He could stand to add a bit of weight IMO. Not a ton to where it'd hurt his mobility and his ability to play SF, but maybe 5-10 pounds. He's listed at 6'9" 228. I'd say 235 would probably be his ideal weight.

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    Hey, Granger looks so skinny to me. I've heard talk that he can occasionally slip down and play the 4, but he looks too slight. Does anyone have any idea if he is going to try to gain weight or stay where he is at?
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    I only caught the end (his last block), but judging by the stat line it looks like he had a solid night. He just needs to stay out of foul trouble. Let's see if Carlisle learned his lesson with Tayshaun, who did similar things in limited minutes, but ended up on the end of the bench most of the season.

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    Grangers breakout game may change what DW/LB trade mo-Ron for.
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    I couldn't properly watch the game last night but there was a nearby TV I could check in on. Sometimes just for a glimpse and score check and not much longer. It seemed EVERYTIME I checked the TV Granger was doing something impressive. A block. A rebound. A basket. A FT.

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    This doesn't change us going for Al. Rick will use him as a power forward and JO as the center.

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    If Carlisle decides to play Danny more, that means less playing time for Jackson because, IMO, Sarunas is a much better SG, and I think Jackson is digging himself a hole with not only the fans, but the orginization as well. Everyone knows that Jack and Ron are buddies, and everyone knows that Jack doesn't really fit with our offense. Granger coming up and playing this well makes it easier to trade Jackson. Ron and Jack has to intrigue someone enough to give us a good deal.
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    Ron and Jack has to intrigue someone enough to give us a good deal.
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    A frontline of Granger, Al and J.O. is very intriquing. Al and DG are interchangable in a lot of ways. Which will allow matchup problems for the opponents

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    I would think Denver might be interested in Jack.
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    Has anyone asked Jermaine if he wants to Play Center Full time....

    There are alot of Buts and ifs out there at the moment

    I'd much prefer a three way to maybe get Nazr from the Spurs...

    I want a rebounding shotblocking 7 foot Sensation... or just a All Star SG then..

    we have Foster... so get me Ray Allen.....


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    I would think Denver might be interested in Jack.
    Could be, but for what? Anything we'd want, they wouldn't give up, and anything they'd give u,p we wouldn't want.

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    Could be, but for what? Anything we'd want, they wouldn't give up, and anything they'd give u,p we wouldn't want.

    Good point.


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