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    Quote Originally Posted by Crawlnstall View Post
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    My opinion is that Sap is sitting because of how well Favors plays on defense, and how can be a size mismatch on both sides of the court. I love Sap, he hustles and plays hard nearly every possession, but it seems clear that the Jazz want/need to go with Favors. I'd be down for trading Jefferson, since he is a liability on defense...but without him who is going to score on a consistent basis? He may be a 'black hole' when he posts up...but he scores almost every time he takes someone to the paint. Sad to say, but I think Sap is going to be traded
    How much of the Jazz have you watched this season? Because the Sap you descibed has not been seen since last season at best. probably since the season before last. He is not a hustle player anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoTown16 View Post
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    I agree. As hard as it is to find decent centers, I'd go with a Favors/Kanter combination. Then the Jazz need to go out and pick up a stud PF. Every year, 3-4 good young PF's seem to come into the league. It shouldn't be that hard to find an 18-10 guy. If I were Lindsey/KOC, I'd be shopping Jefferson and Millsap for a young player + a late lottery pick.
    You could make a good argument for a strategy focused on using guys like Favors and Kanter to obtain deadly wing players and then pick up players like David West, Kaman, Asik for reasonable money to complement them. These guys are getting bought up for cheap compared to production. Scola for a little over $4mm, Brand for $2.1. Jazz could reasonably acquire Pau Gasol for a couple years to pair with one of these guys. Bozzer on an amnesty would be excellent at only a few million per season. Varejao can be gotten for not too much. He's only putting up 15x15 this year. I'd take Ryan Anderson for $9mm per. Why did Orlando give him away anyway?


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    Quote Originally Posted by kennykyle View Post
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    Hayward would do this, Sap has an overinflated opinion of his skills. He would not be happy at all.
    Numberica just negged me for this post. Cool huh. But to answer your question, body language, past comments, the fact that he is not that great about half of the time, the fact that he is an undersized 4 and a too slow 3 who does ok against starters but that should be able to do quite well as a 6th man. Is that enough bud?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoTappin View Post
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    I agree with everyone here about Al's lack of defense, black-holeness, etc (although as others have mentioned he's basically instant offense). But you can't teach big. I wish you could, because given the choice I'd take Millsap over Al 100x.
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    I hear George Muresan is a free agent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kennykyle View Post
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    Numberica just negged me for this post. Cool huh. But to answer your question, body language, past comments, the fact that he is not that great about half of the time, the fact that he is an undersized 4 and a too slow 3 who does ok against starters but that should be able to do quite well as a 6th man. Is that enough bud?
    Oh, you mean a bunch of conjecture? Yeah, that's exactly what I thought.
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    I have a new title for the thread.

    **** Official Millsap Finishing Games. Favors Sits thread. ****
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