melo and bulls are perfect fit. much better than miami. miami doesn't need a stretch 4. if anything they need upgrades at center and PG. their PGs are so bad they were running no PGs for awhile and that was killing them on defense
i was trying to think of a san antonio like composed team. thing is there's not a lot stretch 4s. i think spurs system could fit with knicks, pelicans, golden state, timberwolves, mavericks. pelicans and wolves need more shooters tho.
but you're right its more a passing mentality than anything. but personnel wise i think those 5 could play the spurs system if they learned it
If they win they will stay... after all they still have a back to back championship achievement to unlock
Originally Posted by texas_jack
Everybody gets old. The only question is will he retire or will he take a pay cut. I can't see him playing for someone else.
obviously Wade is not 2010 Wade anymore, but still this type of replies are classic case of on game overreaction..
Originally Posted by Brothersport
ok that's great but seriously who is going to be the mvp
kawhi has been the best player on the floor by far last 2 games but he was trash the 1st two, so i have no idea.
Duncan was best in first 2 games, Kawhi is last 2, Parker has been solid in all 4
If the rest of the playoffs should count i'd give it to Parker.. at this point, unless Kawhi delivers another monster game
Originally Posted by NorCal
Absolutely hear this. It's dumb as shit. Watching Spurs play is the opposite of boring, especially when they're buttfucking the heat.
I guess it mostly comes from people who last time saw the Spurs in finals vs Pistons... or at least I hope so
^“I have a problem with the way the Sixers are running their organization right now,” he said. “You know I don’t believe in that analytical crap. If LeBron James couldn’t spell cat, I want him on my team. I always tell people, give me a dumb guy that can really play. Don’t give me no smart guy.”
Where does Timmy rank among the Top 10 players of all time? (More importantly for the interests of this forum, is he ahead of Kobe? )
Duncan and Kobe have very similar individual and team accomplishments. I give the edge to Duncan (granted, I am biased as a Spurs fan) due to his run of sustained excellence -- he has never won fewer than 50 games in a season, except for the strike-shortened 1998-99 season, when the Spurs went 37-13.
That offensive display was just so impressive. Some of those sets were so good I rewound them a couple of times to re-watch.
I've been reading stuff along the lines of Miami not showing up, to me they looked completely out-played. There was no lack of effort, they were just out-thought on both ends of the floor.
Leonard MVP, but I agree with above, the team really should get it.
Funny, all this talk about Miami adding another star... I don't get why a Love or a Melo wouldn't want to go to SA. You telling me this team wont be a contender next year regardless? I know, SA ethos, coachability, etc. But still.