Though I would agree with you, D.Rose is a former MVP whereas Danny is a former AS. There is definitely a difference there.
But D.Rose also had a much worse injury than what Danny had lol--so it's truly a toss up.
But ya know, ESPN doesn't actually analyze what's happening anymore. It's comical at times.
@stevekylerNBA: RT @braves_fan_1016: chances the Pacers make a move for some bench help like the Barbosa trade last year? ---> They are talking to teams
Iverson needs to take whatever gig he can get, dude needs the money
Adrian Wojnarowski: In engagement of 3rd teams for possible Rudy Gay-to-Toronto deal, Raptors struggling to find landing spot for Jose Calderon, sources tell Y! As for finding a spot for Calderon, yes, teams have interest in him. Yet how much are they willing to contribute to MEM-TOR in 3-way deal?
Calderon could be our perfect backup, too bad he is making 10mil and is hard to match that.
Ed Davis would be nice to have too.
I'm telling you, if the Raptors can go through one more year of being bad...they will end up getting the 1st pick of the 2014 draft and get Wiggins who is also from Canada. These like things happen! Cavs-Lebron, Bulls-Rose
The Pacers haven't been blown out this season once have they? I can't remember a game off the top of my head..
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Read it and weep:
When George Hill is above 15% usage we won 73.5% of games. Below 15% usage we won 61.9%
IIRC the first MIL game was a blowout the entire time but we ended closer (12ish pts)
If so, then which FA Players are still out there that could be had?
What positions would we be looking at for improvement ( a Wing Player or Big Man )?
If it's a Big Man, I'd hope to see if Kenyon Martin would be interested in joining for a Playoff run.
If it's a scoring Wingman, I'm not sure...as I don't know who is available via Free Agency
Ash from Army of Darkness: Good...Bad...I'm the guy with the gun.
I think Boson gets in on the Mem/Tor deal.
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It took Andre Drummond 12 minutes to get a double-double against Milwaukee.
It wasn't about being the team everyone loved, it was about beating the teams everyone else loved.
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Conference Champions 1955, 1956, 1988, 2005
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The good news for the Pistons is that Stuckey's contract is only $4 mil guaranteed next season, so they can cut him if worse comes to worst.
Drummomd made Dalembert his *****
If the Pistons play like this tomorrow, the Pacers will win by 30.