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^Ain't that the damn truth. I don't think any of Mike Brown's Cleveland teams would have made the playoffs had LeBron went down with a season-ending injury like D-Rose did last year. Also, Melo is starting a venture capital fund. http://espn.go.com/new-york/nba/story/_/id/11243976/carmelo-anthony-begins-venture-capital-firm-m7-tech-partners
I think the Bulls will be serious contenders this year. They added a bunch of guys who can spread the floor (Dougie McBUCKETS, Nikola Mirotic, Pau Gasol) and they kept their stingy defense intact (Jimmy Butler, Taj Gibson, Joakim Noah). Thibs can mix and match to get the perfect lineup on the floor for pretty much any situation. Even if D-Rose sits out a big chunk of this season, I don't think it'll hurt them too much. Aaron Brooks is still a quick little bastard with...
Oh, and the Lakers want Eric Bledsoe as well. http://probasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/07/20/report-lakers-considered-making-a-bid-for-restricted-free-agent-eric-bledsoe/
He can take the qualifying offer (the offer that originally made him a RFA), which I think is just a one-year deal for around $7 or $8 mil and then he becomes an unrestricted FA in 2015. Suns obviously don't want that, but it gives them time to trade him and get something in return instead of letting him walk for nothing. I have a hard time seeing it come to that, though, as Phoenix wants to lock him into a long-term deal and there has got to be some team out there...
Too meta, bruh.
Clippers fan, maybe?
Yeah, Wiggins will be good, but probably not All-Star good before LeBron goes on the decline.
I assume so as they cleared enough room for Bosh's max contract and never got him. Also, this article is for you, indesertum... http://espn.go.com/blog/truehoop/post/_/id/69829/delonte-west-going-for-it-again
Phoenix and Eric Bledsoe aren't close to agreeing on a contract. Phoenix has said they will match any offer other teams will make for him, so what is stopping some other team from offering a max deal to jack up the price for him? Milwaukee is reportedly interested and Houston would be a long shot. Honestly, if Houston manages to get Bledsoe, that's a pretty nice summer haul even though they missed out on Chris Bosh.
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