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REALISTIC opening day roster projections

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REALISTIC opening day roster projections

all of these rediculous roster ideas everyones throwing out there are stupid, heres a realistic look at what i think the teams will look like opening day, give me you opinions

New York: Pg) Bibby Sg) Fields Sf) Anthony Pf) Amare C)Chandler

New Jersey Pg) Deron Sg) Jason Richardson Sf) Anthony Morrow Pf) Sheldon Williams C) Dwight Howard

Orlando Pg) Nelson Sg) Quinten Richardson Sf) Earl Clark Pf)Glen Davis C)Brook Lopez

New Orleanes Pg)Jack Sg)Kev. Martin Sf)Ariza Pf)Odom C) Scola

La Lakers Pg)Paul Sg)Kobe Sf)Barnes Pf) Kris Humpries C)Bynum


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“I feel great, I’m excited,”

“I feel great, I’m excited,” Evans said to HOOPSWORLD. “I can’t wait for the season to start. I’m looking forward to it. I’m ready to make an impact and show what I’ve been working on.”

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There are two ways to look at

There are two ways to look at being on a new team with a one-year contract. One approach would be to want to showcase an individual game to earn the attention of a new team next summer. Brand points out that few teams will have as much cap space as Dallas, so the better way to approach the season might be to understand that a player who fits in and shares the bigger team goals might be in Dallas long-term.hg4343

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It was tough to see those two

It was tough to see those two guys go somewhere else, and it’s going to be weird to see them in a different uniform, for sure. But then it settled in a little bit, I think (Chris) Kaman was the first guy to say he’s coming, which was a good move. hwt342342

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Last season Mavericks head

Last season Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle had to throw a radically new team together in a lock-out shortened training camp. He sees this year’s camp, which is lengthened due to a series of preseason games in Europe, as a potential advantage.fae23233232

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The distinction with "Rondo

The distinction with "Rondo is our leader," though, is that they are not only willing to listen to him, they are willing to accept that what he's saying is not some half-cocked guess. If Rondo pulls Garnett and Pierce aside and says "I see this. If you go here, you go there, and do these things, we're getting a basket," they nod and say OK rather than ask "are you sure?"jygrjh56

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And hell, sometimes, when you

And hell, sometimes, when you have been "the man" your entire career, it is not a bad break every once in a while to let someone else handle the spotlight as you slip out the side door. It's nice to know that, as the last sands drip through the hourglass of your career, the team you are leaving is in good hands. bfjgfjh

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Rajon Rondo is by no means a

Rajon Rondo is by no means a polished diamond. Within the past calendar year, he has thrown a ball, and his body, at referees. He is still prone to gambling on defense and quiet tantrums until we see that he is not. A pre-season's worth of glowing Rondo scripture by no means makes the man infallible.
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Griffin went on to say that

Griffin went on to say that the existence of the rule is good in theory, but he doubts it will make a difference on the court: “It’s not going to win or lose games for anybody… But now you’re telling me if it’s Game 7 of the NBA Finals and a guy has a chance to make a play he’s going to be like, ‘Well, do I want this $10,000 or do I want a championship?’.,mh,.;oi

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It’s a fair assessment. I

It’s a fair assessment. I think most fans, players, and coaches alike know that flopping is a problem, and doesn’t belong in the league. The trouble is, how do you fix it? Will a policy like this actually work? My main concern would be how it is enforced, since judging whether somebody is flopping is completely subjective. Granted, some, if not most, are pretty obvious, but what happens the first time someone gets suspended or fined heftily for a controversial flop?;'[;o0

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It’s a fair assessment. I

It’s a fair assessment. I think most fans, players, and coaches alike know that flopping is a problem, and doesn’t belong in the league. The trouble is, how do you fix it? Will a policy like this actually work? My main concern would be how it is enforced, since judging whether somebody is flopping is completely subjective. Granted, some, if not most, are pretty obvious, but what happens the first time someone gets suspended or fined heftily for a controversial flop?j.nk.

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“Right now, we have so much

“Right now, we have so much competition at each position. The point guard position, the two, the three, the four – the four I would have to say Andrea (Bargnani) has pretty much got that solidified right now – but the five position and those positions are going to be competitive as far as for minutes.”65674

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“(The rotation is) probably

“(The rotation is) probably eight to nine (players),” Casey said. “If (the rookies) are not in the rotation, they are going to get a lot of individual work. This year is about winning, getting the five, eight, nine guys on the court that are going to produce a win. We are not going to use games to develop guys like we did last year.”''o0[909

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