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    Orlando might beg to differ
    And Orlando would be wrong

    They can beat us and anyone else when their 3 is dropping... If not... They are toast...

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    I still don't fear Orlando in a 7-game series. Between their dependency on 3's, Vogel's ability to make adjustments, and the way we generally play our game, I just think we come away with the 4 W's we need. Not sure on how many games that will take, but nonetheless.

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    Default Re: Report: Suns Willing To Consider Trading Steve Nash

    I'm flabbergasted that anyone would consider Darren Collison and the twenty-somethingth pick in a draft more valuable than Steve Nash.

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    Flop?
    When Horry hip checked him. Nash the soccer player made that look much worse than it was. Then his teammates Overreacted and got suspended which cost them. Of course I would take him in a second.

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    I'm flabbergasted that anyone would consider Darren Collison and the twenty-somethingth pick in a draft more valuable than Steve Nash.
    I just think DC and a 1st. are more valuable then Steve Nash for 25 games.
    There's no guarantee that he'd want to stay here as a free angent next year and even if he did it may very likely be his last year. I don't want to give away a young player and a pick for any player under those circumstances when they can be had for nothing this summer.

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    That's why it needs to be something like this:

    DC, first, Pends
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    Nash & Lopez
    With the #3 pick in the 2015 draft, your Indiana Pacers!

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    I would trade for Nash if this was a "normal" regular season but with the condensed schedule with little practice time available & little chance to rest Nash I would only pull the trigger if I thought he might be around for at least one more season.

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    That's why it needs to be something like this:

    DC, first, Pends
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    Nash & Lopez
    That would be better and I wouldn't gripe too much about it, but I still wouldn't do it. In a year we would've traded DC and a 1st. for Lopez.
    I'd love to have Nash next year but the only way I want us doing it now is as a salary dump or after a buyout which the Suns should do for him if he isn't traded by the deadline.
    On a side note, Lopez taken 15th. in the 2008 draft, Hibbert taken 17th. in the same draft. Maybe we do owe the Suns one.

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    I would love to have Nash here, but I see no reason to overpay for him, especially given his age and contract status.

    Offer Price, both of our 2012 picks, and cap space. That gives Phoenix three young players and cap space to rebuild with, which is what they'll be doing if they trade Nash.

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    Details Phoenix Suns guard @The_Real_Nash turns 38 today. Still leads the NBA by averaging 10 assists per game. #Nashty

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    Also, Mark Jackson was a part of the Pacers success. He was a floor general.

    I, personally couldn't stand watching him play because of his inabilities surpassed his abilities.

    The TV / He as a coach can spin it however they want today, but I know the truth and he would so **** me off game after game. I had always said that if the Pacers had a faster point guard that had 1/2 his court vision that they would have been winning Championships. His team play did not make up for his inabilities. Especially in the playoffs, he was always more exposed.

    The best description I can give Jackson is "Old Reliable". Not necessarily a good thing.
    I'll disagree just a little. He was an inconsistent player scoring and defensively until the 99-2000 season. I think that's when he had his best season with the Pacers. He hit over 40% behind the 3-point line that season and became less of a sieve on defense. That changed everything.

    However, Travis Best would often close games out in the fourth quarter because he was a much better defender and scorer.

    I used to say that Mark and Travis equalled one really good point guard.

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    How do I insert an image from the Internet? I'm in the camp that wants both Kaman AND Nash THIS season. I keep thinking about a bangers-and-mash t-shirt with Chris & Steve's faces embedded. (Okay, so Kaman's not a true banger; work with me!) Maybe Claddagh would be a sponsor?
    "I'd run through a brick wall for that man."
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    How do I insert an image from the Internet? I'm in the camp that wants both Kaman AND Nash THIS season. I keep thinking about a bangers-and-mash t-shirt with Chris & Steve's faces embedded. (Okay, so Kaman's not a true banger; work with me!) Maybe Claddagh would be a sponsor?
    Isn't Nash Canadian and Kaman German?




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    When Horry hip checked him. Nash the soccer player made that look much worse than it was. Then his teammates Overreacted and got suspended which cost them. Of course I would take him in a second.
    Yeah I don't know about that.


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