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    One free throw attempt. One. That's never going to get it done for the guy who is the focus of the offense. One free throw keeps Timmy in the game because he's probably not in foul trouble. One free throw doesn't get the team easy points. One free throw puts no pressure on the refs or the defense. One free throw shows how soft he is. One free throw...****.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Mantooth View Post
    This.

    We need to get MJ, or whatever GM is fortunate enough to land the #1 pick, drunk and offer them Jefferson, Kanter, the #8 pick (which we're getting), and two 2nds for the #1, Anthony Davis. Davis, Favors and Millsap would be an absolute sick trio upfront. We could defend anyone. No one could score. And we'd still have Hayward and Burks going forward.
    But Kanter is so young (and slow).

    I doubt there's a GM in the league who turns that down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoked View Post
    Considering the facts that you failed to quote anyone and replied right after my post makes it reasonable to assume that was for me. So blow me you jackwagon.
    Or I just opened the thread and responded to the original post. Mind blowing, I know, to respond to the original post.
    :^D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    Or I just opened the thread and responded to the original post. Mind blowing, I know, to respond to the original post.
    Or that given the normal flow of threads you were replying to something more recent. "Mind blowing, I know"

    Man I can see why NAOS does not like you. Taking you off ignore was a bad idea. Back you go...
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    Easy fellas...

    Or are you just trying to set an example for Big Al?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronco70 View Post
    Easy fellas...

    Or are you just trying to set an example for Big Al?
    I completely respect Stoked and it is a honor to post with him. He needs to learn basic forum etiquette though and not to be so defensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronco70 View Post
    Easy fellas...

    Or are you just trying to set an example for Big Al?
    I just have no time for douchebags.

    Personally I can accept that Big Al respects Duncan. T hat is great. However once that ball goes up all that has to get put aside and you need to work your opponent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    Yeah, because Jefferson getting "nasty" with Duncan is really going to intimidate a top 3 PF of all time, who is currently on the #1 seed team in the NBA.
    Or at least "dial it down" a bit. To quote Marc Stein's piece:

    Our best advice for the Jazz from here would actually be to dial down the respect.
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