He played 64 last year so I think we are good.
Best thing I can come up with that works for all teams if we must trade Kyrie
Cavs get Eric Bledsoe and Carmelo Anthony
Knicks get Kyrie Irving and someone from the Suns, maybe Tyson Chandler
Suns get Frank Nkitlikina and Channing Frye or Iman Shumpert
Phoenix gets a talented young point guard who is cheap and can grow with their solid young core and in turn take one of the Cavs bad contracts. Cavs get Melo of course and a pretty solid point guard in Bledsoe to help them win a title potentially next year, Knicks get Kyrie and take a big contract like Tyson Chandler from the Suns.
Really good signing for a veteran minimum contract. Hopefully he can stay healthy, especially come playoff time.
God damn our new coaching staff is on fire. Watson is rated #56 on ESPN as well. Really good prospect. Maybe had something to do with Goodwin moving on so fast?
Is it confirmed that he reclassified? Would be huge for next year as we have absolutely no guard depth.
Lebron is not going anywhere.
My argument is that you can wait a year and trade Love for a higher pick than 27th or 28th overall. I think you could potentially get a pick in the 8-14 range. Kevin is a good player but I don't think adding him would help Indiana win that many more games next year. He isn't the type of player who can be the best on a team and lead them to wins as he showed in Minnesota all those years.
Haha I would if possible. Really doesn't help our negotiating power that we don't have an official GM right now.
Well he will be drafted in the first 4 rounds next year so...
I think he might be wrong. I'm not saying it's going to happen, but there are almost no good offers for George and there won't be. If Indiana doesn't bite now the offers will get even worse after the draft. Kevin Love is a good asset for them because he has 3 more years on his contract so the Pacers can still trade him at a later time for a decent haul. I definitely think that is better than the 27th and 28th pick and Julius Randle in the last year of his contract who is going to command 70 million in the offseason.
I'm sure they will end up top 10 still but it is somewhat shocking that they are struggling to land commitments from their top targets right now. I don't remember exactly how many commits we had, but I do believe we got off to a pretty slow start in 2015 and that class ended up finishing 7th.
Derek my dude it's been 3 days come on. What are you possibly doing?
George would be perfect and what the Cavs need to put themselves over the top. It's also not realistic. What they really need to try and do is get a couple solid 3 and D players off the bench who are wing players. Maybe a couple other guys they can throw at KD other than just Lebron. And get a better backup PG than Deron Williams.
Is this real life
Really hope they don't fold it in tonight and I don't think they will.
I would feel really crushed if we were swept. I would also get incredibly annoyed with all the idiots in the media who are going to hate on Lebron if the Cavs get swept. So please win tonight.
I think this guy just started watching OSU hoops in the last 2 years. Or he is just stupid.
Would be pretty good hopefully it gets done.
Where did you see this?
Chris Holtmann would be solid. Get it done Gene. Please no Mike Brown.
You think Gregg Popovich would give us a look?
Maybe in another 10 years
Another name that I have not seen mentioned a lot is Dana Altman. I think he's done an incredible job at Oregon, a place where basketball has not traditionally been very good. Obviously the Nike connections helped but I think he is someone they should definitely reach out to and gauge interest.
Obviously we can start by shooting for the moon with Billy Donovan, Brad Stevens, and Sean Miller. However, while OSU is a good job, I doubt any of those guys would give it serious consideration at this time. Some more realistic targets who would also be really good are Chris Mack, Chris Holtzmann, maybe even Buzz Williams.