Discussion in 'Sports Forum' started by y2jayjk, Jun 21, 2018.
Jesus Christ the Suns are bad
And they are one of two teams to beat Milwaukee at home lol
These last two games don’t make Devin Bookers numbers look very impressive.
Like, someone has to score on this trash heap of a team
melo to LA, and here I was thinking I was ready
Jazz / Rockets facing off in some sort of disappointment playoff game
Jazz gonna win tho
Chris Paul might not be good anymore.
Rockets really don’t care lmao. Sad! The effort has been atrocious all year long.
good thing he's being paid like he's still elite for the next five seasons!!! not a bad contract at all!!
wow the Rockets are fucking terrible
This team is not making the playoffs
44 MILLION DOLLARS IN 2021 FOR CHRIS PAUL'S BROKEN CORPSE
The thing is after last season they had to pay him, they were gonna be over the cap even if they let him walk.
as of right now Houston is gonna have 110 million payroll for 4 players in 2020/2021 Damnnnnn
And one player is gonna be an old fart
Okay so I gotta find a team to enjoy since I can’t enjoy this team currently....
We all knew it was coming too.
Yep same here. I think I will shift my focus to Memphis.
It’s weird seeing Mike, Chris, and James smiling and talking to each other on the bench during this.....
Ima go root for the Wolves I think cus I enjoy that roster a lot
Was I wrong?
I wonder if cp3 foresaw the clippers not offering him that money so he got out a year early
And $106 million for only three the following season! Yes, someone would've given what remains of Paul's body a ton of money (though not the supermax) if Houston hadn't, but I'm glad it was them. Watching the Rockets crash and burn is one of my favorite storylines this season.
All of these insanely bad (super) max contracts are going to cause a lockout soon, aren't they?
This bad year is worth it only if Morey keeps the roster as is by not trading future assets, and finally lands a high lottery pick.. trying to fight for an 8th seed would be a bad idea.
It’s a tough spot to be roster wise so it’ll be interesting how it’s navigated
I wouldn't be surprised. They have helped teams retain their stars, as they were conceived to do, but they're also going to severely handicap those teams' ability to build around those stars. I wonder if other teams will be hesitant to offer them in coming years?