Absolutely no reason to push for return. You don't **** with injuries that can be longterm when you're not even remotely playing for a ring and it's a potential franchise player.
I, HeavenHarris, hereby pledge to my fellow JFC'rs that I will no longer give out neg-reps. All it does is cause negative things, like fights, drama, bitching, ill will, bad feelings, etc.
Love, not hate, is the answer bros and moes.
LOL Lol breaks his pledge 5 days later hahahaha
This is a great opportunity for the Jazz. Jazz have 9 wins, Wizards have 2. We can catch them if KOC acts now. Trade Al Jefferson to Philly for the injured Bynum.
Trade Milsap to Indiana for the injured Granger.
Sign Ben Hangloten to play center and TANK IT BABY!
Denise Lindsey knows how tanking worked for the Spurs, he will support it. Get it done now!
I'm not sure what the jazz play. It isn't basketball. Its a strange cross of Red Rover and inside out dodgeball.-Cathay Kelly, Toronto Star.
Lot of chatter about Milwaukee wanting out from underneath Monta.
Jefferson for Ellis works straight up and puts Burks one spot deeper on the depth chart. More pain for Burks fanatics.
Then trade Mo & Foye for Beno and have the worst PG trio in the league.
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I hope they don't rush Favors back. My hope would be that Kanter gets more minutes but reality is that he hasn't gotten enough of Favors minutes.
one of the nice aspects of having too many good players is to cover injuries. We should play Kanter more and not rush Favors.
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I think he is faking the injury to give sap and Al more playing time to increase theyre trade value. its a big FO Conspiracy. they have probably paid off favors to keep quiet. this injuy wont efect his value like bad knees. and they promised him playing time when one of the big 4 are gone.
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