2012 PD ABA Fantasy Keeper League Champion, sports.ws
2011 PD ABA Fantasy Keeper League Champion, sports.ws
2006 PD ABA Fantasy League runner up, sports.ws
Is there any way we could trade for Patrick Patterson??
Ash from Army of Darkness: Good...Bad...I'm the guy with the gun.
McBob is trash. I threw a party when McBob and Admudson left.
I actually don't think Charlotte will be completely awful next season, sure they won't be good, but not awful.
PG: Kemba Walker
SG: Gerald Henderson
SF: Michael Kidd-Gilchrest
PF: Cody Zeller
C: Al Jefferson
I predict something like 32-50 or 33-49
"It's just unfortunate that we've been penalized so much this year and nothing has happened to the Pistons, the Palace or the city of Detroit," he said. "It's almost like it's always our fault. The league knows it. They should be ashamed of themselves to let the security be as lax as it is around here."
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He shot 72.4% at the rim but he was always efficient there. He is a good finisher due to his almost 7'4 wingspan and good jumping ability.
He shot 56% from 3 to 10 feet (in 150 attempts), 41.5% from 10 to 16 feet (65 attempts) and 50% from 16 feet to the 3 point line (23 attempts).
He indicated that he can get off a hook shot as he attempted 45 of them but he only hit 18 of them (40% shooting). So, he can perform the move but he's still rather inefficient at it.
The good part is that he made 53.8% of his jump shots indicating that he can absolutely nail that mid range J.
He was efficient all year long as he shot 59.7% from the field. The bad part is that he was assisted in 80.1% of his shots so he's quite reliant on his team in order to score. But most back-ups are that way.
He is an interesting player. He is big for a back-up 4 and can spell minutes at the 5 as well. He has the exact same standing reach as David West.
Not a good defensive rebounder as he lacks strength but he'll grab some offensive boards due to his length. Dallas was significantly worse in DRB% when he was on the court but they saw a big jump on ORTg with him on the court due to his efficiency and very low turnover rate (only 7.1 TOV%).
Decent FT shooter for a big (66.5% in his career).
He is a good shot blocker and a decent defender.
All in all, he is a good player. He is team reliant and not a world beater by any means but he's good.
So, with the Pacers getting Granger back, and upgrading the backup Point Guard position, the Bulls bringing back Derrick Rose, the Nets bringing in Garnett and Pierce without losing much, and the Miami Heat sitting there doing nothing while the majority of their roster starts to age: do you guys still see the Heat as the heavy favorites in the East? I mean the Pacers just took Miami to a 7 game series without Granger. I know it is early, but I have not heard anything out of Miami's camp about making any moves. This is completely pre-mature, but if at the beginning of this season the rosters stand pat (for the most part), I might go out on a limb and predict a Pacers/Bulls ECF.