LoL. When Duncan retires, see how much success they have. I really doubt they win the draft Lotto the same year that an all time great is in the draft. Parker is on the downhill slide, as is Ghinbali. They will be just good enough to hang around the 8th seed for years to come, meaning that they are never good enough to really stand a chance but never bad enough to rebuild through the draft. And unlike the Knicks/Lakers/Celtics they don't have any real cache or market position to attract players.
Pop will have to make like a college coach and recruit for them to have any hope.
Oh, and they lose to Memphis anyway so suck it.
Let's go through this again....Evidently all that good Humboldt weed has had an effect on your short term memory (as it has mine). The Spurs have had 4 losing seasons since 1976. That's right 4.
Have the Warriors even been above .500?
I love SF too, Bud. But it is NOT a basketball town.
C'mon- Avy bet me. I had that ass candle Kaepernick up for close to a month.
Originally Posted by Wade
So much arguing when the heat is obviously going to take another ring
DLee is going to be traded this offseason. With Harrison Barnes the stretch 4 of the future and the ridiculous pressure that spread offense can put on a defense, the warriors have their blueprint for the future. They just need to get good backups for Bogut (because he won't stay healthy) and make sure they keep Jack
well, now I can come out of my self imposed ban from this threak Still in mourning, but can't say I'm shocked. I felt that Indy presented too many problems for the Knicks (and Heat) with their size and George who is basically a 6'10" shooting guard but I never thought Chandler was going to disappear as he did. I think they would have been better off dressing up Herb Willams. And J. R. And Felton. And Woodson refusing to take the leash off Copeland. Interested in to see Heat/Indy, I think Indy will present some of the same problems but the Heat with Bosh can move Hibbert out of the paint and minimize his defensive impact.