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Yes and no. They need more games to gel as a team. The first month still might be rough for the Jazz.
Someone was really hyping him in the draft thread.
just posting to help bury the pic of Kyoto so its never found again
I can see why Dante might be angry after all the injuries. At the same time he does need to toughen up, so its a slippery slope.
I don't think there's going to be much worry about Conley picking up his 34.5m player option next year.
I have a really hard time ranking the top 6 this year out west. 1-5 are pretty interchangeable. On paper Paul is a better fit in Houston than...
Pretty easy for me - NWG
It's truly awful. He may have been born without hamstring muscles.
The rookie helped, but it was a collective effort, with Ingles taking on a much bigger role flawlessly.
They will still be unofficial with a home bias. We know Mitchell is 6'1.5" and hasn't grown, but the Jazz will list him as 6'2" or 6'2.5"
We're in the dog days, Locke has to find something to talk about.
I'm just a fan. You're a nut who thinks basketball is something more...a religion perhaps? All for something that won't ever earn you a dime.
Odd statement coming from a Knicks fan, who watched KD pick the Nets over you.
Yes Conley has the full bag of tricks. You have to when your 6'1" and not particularly explosive.
Locke has a very active imagination. John Stockton wasn't very big or an elite athlete, and missed only 54 games in 19 years.
You don't draft 19 year olds unless your willing to wait 3-4 years to "get it". Particularly 6'11" players with a 7'5"+ wingspan. DL will wait one...
He's at the age where its not going to effect him in the regular season. If he had a lingering injury like an ankle sprain, sure, sit it out.
They're actually making another one. Not sure if its a remake or sequel, slated for a 2020 release.
Basketball isn't really his sport. Seems more suited for something like American Gladiators where he can just use his size as an "I win" button...