Grimp is like if a 14 year old me playing NBA Live 2002 got onto PacersDigest.
Verajao is hurt right now. And he's an injury prone player. No one is going to want him.
Well CJ hasn't done much since that Bobcats game where he hit 6 3's in a row. Give Jimmer a shot, if he produces....well, CJ would be third string. Or you could trade him. Also, it seems we have competition for Deng. Wizards want him now as well.......
Golden State should be called the Fantasy value destroyers. First Jordan Crawford, now Steve Blake
I miss Roy Hibbert
If we can steal the 'r' from Grimp's name, maybe we can turn him into this (zipped mask and all):
Lakers want a 2nd round pick for Jordan Hill. So would you guys do a Scola + 2014 2nd for Hill and Young? Scola has 1 year left on his deal after this season. But we're also taking Nick Young's last year off the Lakers hands. Seems fair.
I miss Roy Hibbert
Larry Bird is going to blue ball Grimp so hard.
Heat have traded Roger Mason Jr. to the Kings to open a roster spot.
Jordan Hill's pretty damn solid. At this point I'd consider him a significant upgrade from buttery-soft, one-dimensional Scola.
Looks like you were right. Cavs are shopping Zeller now. Possible deal with Clippers. Earl Clark might go to Philly in the Hawes deal along with the 2 picks but, Cavs have not confirmed the deal or anything yet so........
Knicks are still trying to get Collison from LA Clippers, and Andre Miller could land in Washington or Minnesota.
Grimp we aren't making a trade just accept it
Monta Ellis will be a star for the Blue & Gold.
Stop whining about him proposing trades. This is where he should be doing it. Theres no point in coming and here and just complaining that he proposes trades that you don't think are realistic. He obviously enjoys it, so why take away his fun. It's not like he's nasty about it either, he's willing to listen to other's opinions. It's not like he is making a thread for every single one of these trades either.
There is no NBA player named Monte Ellis.
“Just because you're offended, doesn't mean you're right.” ― Ricky Gervais.
What if someone from a school of business or management school were to ask, How did you do this? How did you get the Pacers turned around? Is there a general approach you've taken that can be summarized?
Larry Bird: Yeah, patience.