Discussion in 'Sports Forum' started by Melody Bot, Jun 26, 2019.
I laughed at Iverson being included
Chris Paul is one of, if not the, most efficient passers of all time
but he said the rockets will be good, so
Kobe Bryant's too high.
And Carsen is taller than 99% of this website lmao this is madness
That list made me realize that I almost forgot how fucking good Steve Nash was. Incredible vision and play making.
that definitely rules out the Mavs since we gave away most of our firsts for the foreseeable future in the Porzingis deal
For the most part, I don't find myself disliking nba players the way a lot of people do. Whether it be Harden or KD or Westbrook. That's just not me.
When I do dislike a player, it is someone like Lance Stephenson or Derrick Rose for stuff unrelated to basketball.
Kobe is a player I have always hated lol. At first, there wasn't really any logic behind it. I just hated him. And then, he gave me a reason to hate him for stuff unrelated to basketball.
So yeah. I refuse to acknowledge Kobe's presence on that list haha.
Hard hard disagree
Nobody is going to give up a first for Iggy, c'mon now Grizz.
This is just my opinion but I think it’s funny how how similar each duo is and almost represent two of the best at what they do
PG/Kawhi - maybe the two best two way players in the league
Klay/Steph - two best shooters in the league (probably ever too)
Russ/Harden - two most ball dominant stat-stuffers in the league who were first or second in usage and assists
KD/Irving - IMO the two most skilled scorers in the league (if Kyrie was bigger/more athletic he’d be putting up way more points)
LeBron/Ad - the two most dominant/ best all-around players in the league
Jokic/Murray - the future GOATs???
What's the feeling among Denver fans about Murray?
I like Murray, but I wouldn't have offered him that extension. I know Nuggets fans love Joker. Is Murray as beloved?
Definitely not as beloved but he's very well liked. I think the consensus is signing a max deal certainly wasn't ideal, but he would have been a RFA after this upcoming year and certainly would have drawn one from some team with cash to burn and a reported terrible upcoming FA class, so it's better to get him on it earlier I guess. It doesn't kick in until 2020-2021 too.
He's only 22 so he's got a few more years to realize his full potential, when he's on, he's an all-star candidate. Consistency is his biggest issue cause he can go cold for a long stretch, but i'm not too worried about that because he is only 22. If he can put it all together he'll be worth his contract
If he only plays like 5-10 minutes a game he can maybe still be effective, but I personally think he's washed.
Yeah, they’ll be fine if he plays about 10 a game. Give someone with actual size in the second unit and can rebound
freak 1's up on Nike ID
this is dangerous
Good fit filling nenes spot
Duos of the future ranked:
4. Giles/Kyle Guy
Poor Justin James.