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    Quote Originally Posted by Thee jazz fan View Post
    Could be worse, lots of jazzfanz wanted knight.
    at 3? I don't remember that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PKM View Post
    at 3? I don't remember that.
    There were a few who wanted him even there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PKM View Post
    at 3? I don't remember that.
    That was kinda the whole debate on jazzfanz. I believe there was a poll of Kanter vs Knight and it was pretty 50/50.
    Dennis Rodman has dominated Rebounding Percentage more than anyone has dominated any major stat.
    Rebounding percentage correlates more strongly with winning than points per game.
    Rodman has the highest Margin of Victory differential of any player since 1986 with a remotely similar sample size
    [Rodman's] Win% differential is #1 of the 470 players who qualified for the study—by a wide margin


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    Get a PG.
    Your Burks for Marshall idea could work. Then, draft Goodwin to replace Burks and presto!
    Dennis Rodman has dominated Rebounding Percentage more than anyone has dominated any major stat.
    Rebounding percentage correlates more strongly with winning than points per game.
    Rodman has the highest Margin of Victory differential of any player since 1986 with a remotely similar sample size
    [Rodman's] Win% differential is #1 of the 470 players who qualified for the study—by a wide margin


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    I remember Cyrone, but it was more that he just wanted anyone but Kanter than he really wanted Knight, iirc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PKM View Post
    I remember Cyrone, but it was more that he just wanted anyone but Kanter than he really wanted Knight, iirc.
    http://jazzfanz.com/poll.php?pollid=273&do=showresults
    Dennis Rodman has dominated Rebounding Percentage more than anyone has dominated any major stat.
    Rebounding percentage correlates more strongly with winning than points per game.
    Rodman has the highest Margin of Victory differential of any player since 1986 with a remotely similar sample size
    [Rodman's] Win% differential is #1 of the 470 players who qualified for the study—by a wide margin


    Link to full article:

    http://skepticalsports.com/the-case-...-rodman-guide/

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    Wow. Well done, spycam.
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    Th burks for Marshall is a sweet idea. I could see the suns going for it. Makes a lot of sense. Goodwin is also a great replacement.

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    Karl Malone believes in Burks, so I believe Karl Malone. Malone was right about Millsap and he is Karl Malone. Enough said.

    That said, would I trade Burks for Marshall or Williams, possibly. Marshall could learn alot under the tutelage of Tinsely and Williams under Millsap. I think it would take an additional 1st rounder from Utah for Williams though. Marshall could probably be straight up.

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    I think I would rather draft Plumlee to replace Favors/Kanter's bench role (when we upgrade 1 or both of them to starters next year).

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    ANd yeah, looks like I was probably wrong on Knight. He kind of sucks, but he is also on the Pistons, so who knows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spycam1 View Post
    Your Burks for Marshall idea could work. Then, draft Goodwin to replace Burks and presto!
    Why would the suns do this? Why do so many people think Burks is worth so much on the trade market. Can't shoot cant hit his ft's, and he's a shooting guard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    ANd yeah, looks like I was probably wrong on Knight. He kind of sucks, but he is also on the Pistons, so who knows.
    The Al Jefferson jazz wouldn't help either, so ya, you were wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKMVP View Post
    Thanks no. D.Williams is more athletic, slightly taller CJ Miles. Oozing potential but dumb as brick. Basketball IQ of 0.5.
    Haven't watched the TWolves this year but why the Williams hate? Is he taking away touches and attention from AK or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by infection View Post
    Haven't watched the TWolves this year but why the Williams hate? Is he taking away touches and attention from AK or something?
    No its the fact that he has pretty much played himself out of the rotation as a #2 pick. On a team that has more injuries than any other team in the league. Thats pretty hard to do.

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