I agree on Batum. I don't see him becoming the aggressive player that most of us were hoping for. His trade value might be at it's peak right now so we should capitalize on that and get what we can.
Posted By barnettfan on 12/28/2010 1:16 AM
Posted By J.D. on 12/28/2010 12:42 AM
I've also heard the Rockets are looking to trade Yao's expiring contract for an established player, even if it means taking back a bad contract. What if we did Roy + Przybilla fo...
Couldn't agree more.
My starting 5 would have to be this:
Miller is the best at getting Oden the ball, and Rudy is a close second. This lineup would keep everyone engaged in the game at all times. The 3 guard lineup worked bef...
I noticed this a lot last season and it seems like it's getting way worse this season. Nate hardly ever goes with the hot hand like he should. His substitutions have become so mechanical that it doesn't matter how good someone is playing, they're still going to get pulled from the game at the same ...
I wouldn't worry too much about the team because of the Batum injury. The Blazers will be just fine with Webster, Outlaw, and Cunningham at SF. The saddest part about this is that it will really slow down his development. He grows the most when he plays, and he wont be able to for a while.
You guys have got most of the obvious ones on there like the game winners, but make sure to get these ones too:
Roy's dunk vs. the Clippers
Bayless' one-handed catch and finish on the alley-oop (late in the season, not sure vs. what team)
Greg Oden's dunk @ Golden State at the ...