Magic Wants a Star, I Say Be Careful and Patient (P. 4)

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kkennon1 wrote:
Last season he looked steonger, but still chubby. Looks more lean.

Been hearing that for 3 years now.

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lake24show wrote:
Who?!?!?!

Hahaha! 😂

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Randle showing better forum, looks comfortable.

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What a difference a year makes!!! Lol

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^^^

Can someone say, "RIPPED"....lol. Magic said he wanted players to come in at tip top shape and hardly no body fat. Randle's taking it serious.

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kkennon1 wrote:
What a difference a year makes!!! Lol

Haha he looks like he's standing with the worst posture possible trying to look fat. And in the other one he's flexing everything.

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userpete1037 wrote:
^^^

Can someone say, "RIPPED"....lol. Magic said he wanted players to come in at tip top shape and hardly no body fat. Randle's taking it serious.

Mike Trudell said Randle was super excited about that challenge. He was already the most ripped and in shape of them, but he was excited to take on that challenge. That's the stuff I like to hear.

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No need to rush rebuild if this is true, GS window 4-5 years. Lol

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kkennon1 wrote:
No need to rush rebuild if this is true, GS window 4-5 years. Lol

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Still gotta try to go after them though. That's the whole point. but no, no need to try to fast forward anything. None of those guys are even 30 yet.

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What a difference a year makes!!! Lol

Hahaha. I started a separate post about his transformation a day after you posted this. Guess I should have searched the threads already going on. LMAO.

He's put in a lot of work that is for sure. I wonder what the new Athletic Trainer Gunnar would say about his work outs. Trainers have different perspectives as to what is "right" or "better" techniques of getting your body in top shape. Just curious if Gunnar would "approve" of the methods JR is using with this current trainer.

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kkennon1 wrote:
No need to rush rebuild if this is true, GS window 4-5 years. Lol

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Sacrifice.....he really wants to be in GSW.

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JJCali wrote:
Still gotta try to go after them though. That's the whole point. but no, no need to try to fast forward anything. None of those guys are even 30 yet.

Agree, I meant no need to make trades for players about to hit 30 or already there. Unless they're on a Durant, Westbrook, Curry talent level.

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kkennon1 wrote:
No need to rush rebuild if this is true, GS window 4-5 years. Lol

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I fully agree. I know this is a star-driven league but GS isn't going anywhere for about another 4-5 years like you just stated. Since Paul George is in the same age bracket then packaging players to get him actually sets the team back because it will take more than George and Ingram and the hopes of attracting free agents to beat GS in the West. The best thing is to build the team and let them go through their growing pains. SOme fans may not want to hear that but oh well.

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kkennon1 wrote:
Agree, I meant no need to make trades for players about to hit 30 or already there. Unless they're on a Durant, Westbrook, Curry talent level.

Yeah I got ya. As I was typing it out I started thinking yeah he's right. Gotta do whatever you can to get better, but no need to try to make shortcuts. There's not 3 guys we could get that would beat that team.

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gemfow wrote:
I fully agree. I know this is a star-driven league but GS isn't going anywhere for about another 4-5 years like you just stated. Since Paul George is in the same age bracket then packaging players to get him actually sets the team back because it will take more than George and Ingram and the hopes of attracting free agents to beat GS in the West. The best thing is to build the team and let them go through their growing pains. SOme fans may not want to hear that but oh well.

Agree, and I don't think it will really take all that long to become a good team. I'm not predicting playoffs next year. But who knows after that. We'll see what other moves are made and how much these players develop.

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JJCali wrote:
Agree, and I don't think it will really take all that long to become a good team. I'm not predicting playoffs next year. But who knows after that. We'll see what other moves are made and how much these players develop.

I don't necessarily see playoffs either but what I would like to see is some fight and where games with more talented teams become dogfights where people see that our team is up and coming. There is a reason why I loved the 94 Lakers so much, they were young and they fought and were a playoff team, they just weren't good enough when they went against the Spurs. Acquiring Shaq changed that and even though a free agent signing like that is unlikely, I still see that as the way to improve your team. I'm not a big fan of sending multiple young guys to get someone like George. George is a very good player but he's not on that superstar level imo. Is he a star? Definitely but mortgaging the farm for a 27 year old just doesn't seem like a smart move to me. If we had a seriously legit guy already then I can understand adding another seriously legit guy like George.

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I don't necessarily see playoffs either but what I would like to see is some fight and where games with more talented teams become dogfights where people see that our team is up and coming. There is a reason why I loved the 94 Lakers so much, they were young and they fought and were a playoff team, they just weren't good enough when they went against the Spurs. Acquiring Shaq changed that and even though a free agent signing like that is unlikely, I still see that as the way to improve your team. I'm not a big fan of sending multiple young guys to get someone like George. George is a very good player but he's not on that superstar level imo. Is he a star? Definitely but mortgaging the farm for a 27 year old just doesn't seem like a smart move to me. If we had a seriously legit guy already then I can understand adding another seriously legit guy like George.

Completely agree. I'd be happy with a 10 game improvement from last year. 35+ wins would show tremendous improvement.

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JJCali wrote:
Completely agree. I'd be happy with a 10 game improvement from last year. 35+ wins would show tremendous improvement.

Definitely agree , 10 game improvement in West would be great.

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Off topic, but GS made this look easy. It's only one game, but looking at match ups , don't think Cavs have a chance , no rim protection or rebounding, even though Love had 21 meaningless rebounds. Warriors are to deep, LBJ and someone else will have to score 40+ each to make it interesting..imo

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kkennon1 wrote:
Off topic, but GS made this look easy. It's only one game, but looking at match ups , don't think Cavs have a chance , no rim protection or rebounding, even though Love had 21 meaningless rebounds. Warriors are to deep, LBJ and someone else will have to score 40+ each to make it interesting..imo
Dubs won the first two games by 15 and 33 last year I think. Wouldn't read too much into one game...... wouldn't bet against the Dubs either 😉

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Off topic, but GS made this look easy. It's only one game, but looking at match ups , don't think Cavs have a chance , no rim protection or rebounding, even though Love had 21 meaningless rebounds. Warriors are to deep, LBJ and someone else will have to score 40+ each to make it interesting..imo

Funny you say that's because last season Lebron and Irving needed some 40 point games to pull off some wins. The scary thing is that Klay and Draymond didn't even do much offensively. Lebron looked winded because now he's guarding KD and not Barnes. Lebron won't get much of a break because he has to work for his points while being guarded by guys like Green, KD and Iggy.

This game also highlightedd why I'm not much of a Kyrie fan. He's very talented offensively around the rim but as a teammate you're stuck watching him go one on one. It's like he offers nothing but offense. GS has guys so aware and so smart on the court. This is what I think Mitch never understood, it's not always about big names but also having guys like Draymond who can read what an offense is doing and break up certain plays, knowing when to freelance defenseively and so on.

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Off topic, but GS made this look easy. It's only one game, but looking at match ups , don't think Cavs have a chance , no rim protection or rebounding, even though Love had 21 meaningless rebounds. Warriors are to deep, LBJ and someone else will have to score 40+ each to make it interesting..imo

Bruh, that was the worst defense I've ever seen. By LBJ I mean. That guy was straight trash on D!

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Funny you say that's because last season Lebron and Irving needed some 40 point games to pull the first some wins. The scary thing is that Koay and Draymond didn't even do much offensively. Lebron looked winded because now he's guarding KD and not Barnes. Lebron won't get much of a break because he has to work for his points and also is being guarded by guys like Green, KD and Iggy.

This game also highly gated why I'm not much of a Kyrie fan. He's very talented offensively around the rim but as a teammate you're stuck watching him go one on one. It's like he offers nothing but offense. GS has guys so aware and so smart on the court. This is what I think Mitch never understood, it's not always about big names but also having guys like Draymond who can read what an offense is doing and break up certain plays, knowing when to freelance defenseively and so on.

Yeah, Kyrie is ridiculously talented and skilled, but as a PG he has become crazy overrated! People were asking on the sports shows today who was better him or Curry. I just shook my head. If I count Harden as a SG, Irving is the 5th best PG at best. While it took some time for them to gel in year one, LBJ is actually the perfect player for Kyrie to have, that way Irving can get away with not playing as a true PG. he is still really young though and clearly getting better. But I agree with you.

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JJCali wrote:
Bruh, that was the worst defense I've ever seen. By LBJ I mean. That guy was straight trash on D!

Can argue with you there!!! Watching that game and even last year, I can't help but wonder what Cavs would look like if they hadn't traded Wiggins and still had him on a rookie contract. They'd probably have the big in the middle they need right now.

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Can argue with you there!!! Watching that game and even last year, I can't help but wonder what Cavs would look like if they hadn't traded Wiggins and still had him on a rookie contract. They'd probably have the big in the middle they need right now.

There was so many plays where Durant blew by him, he didn't challenge Durant on a dunk, Green scored on him or Curry easily shook him. It was so bad.

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Can argue with you there!!! Watching that game and even last year, I can't help but wonder what Cavs would look like if they hadn't traded Wiggins and still had him on a rookie contract. They'd probably have the big in the middle they need right now.

I felt that Cleveland doing that would come back to bite them. Love may provide rebounding and three point shooting but dang, he hasn't done anything much different than someone like Ryan Anderson. Having Wiggins out there instead of Shumpert or Smith probably would be paying off a little more.

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Yeah, Kyrie is ridiculously talented and skilled, but as a PG he has become crazy overrated! People were asking on the sports shows today who was better him or Curry. I just shook my head. If I count Harden as a SG, Irving is the 5th best PG at best. While it took some time for them to gel in year one, LBJ is actually the perfect player for Kyrie to have, that way Irving can get away with not playing as a true PG. he is still really young though and clearly getting better. But I agree with you.

I'm wondering if Kyrie will be more than a scorer. The type of scorer he is just has people standing and watching him work. GS has one of the least iso offenses in the league and Steph and KD still score large. I really look at Kyrie as a sg more than a pg and in a way that's a shame because he could be an awesome pg. This is why I say pg is a mentality and he has a scoring mentality.

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kkennon1 wrote:
Can argue with you there!!! Watching that game and even last year, I can't help but wonder what Cavs would look like if they hadn't traded Wiggins and still had him on a rookie contract. They'd probably have the big in the middle they need right now.

Wiggins is definitely what they are missing......

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gemfow wrote:
I'm wondering if Kyrie will be more than a scorer. The type of scorer he is just has people standing and watching him work. GS has one of the least ISO offenses in the league and Steph and KD still score large. I really look at Kyrie as a SG more than a pg and in a way that's a shame because he could be an awesome pg. This is why I say PG is a mentality and he has a scoring mentality.

When he gets that ball, you can see off the top he wants to score period. Every now then he may drop some dimes but other than that, he's in full Mamba mode.

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kkennon1 wrote:
Off topic, but GS made this look easy. It's only one game, but looking at match ups , don't think Cavs have a chance , no rim protection or rebounding, even though Love had 21 meaningless rebounds. Warriors are to deep, LBJ and someone else will have to score 40+ each to make it interesting..imo

It looked like NBA2K. Now it's only one game but when you add a KD to mix, that's hard to combat and Klay hasn't even found his rhythm yet but man is he playing some excellent defense.

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gemfow wrote:
I felt that Cleveland doing that would come back to bite them. Love may provide rebounding and three point shooting but dang, he hasn't done anything much different than someone like Ryan Anderson. Having Wiggins out there instead of Shumpert or Smith probably would be paying off a little more.

The problem isn't Love's skill set, plus those rebounds sure were nice, but playing next to LBJ relegates PFs into stretch fours and little more. Love is easily one of the best post players in the league. Same thing happened to bosh in Miami. So in this case ryan Anderson would be enough on a LBJ team. Love is almost overkill lol. A Bruce Bowen or Doug Christie type on the wing next to LBJ would be huge. He can't guard someone like Durant. Durant averages 30+ on him.

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gemfow wrote:
I'm wondering if Kyrie will be more than a scorer. The type of scorer he is just has people standing and watching him work. GS has one of the least iso offenses in the league and Steph and KD still score large. I really look at Kyrie as a sg more than a pg and in a way that's a shame because he could be an awesome pg. This is why I say pg is a mentality and he has a scoring mentality.

100% agree. That's why he's lucky to have LBJ. Harden is someone else he could play next to, maybe Giannis. Without someone like that he'll still look good, but his team will suffer. He's a miniature SG.

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100% agree. That's why he's lucky to have LBJ. Harden is someone else he could play next to, maybe Giannis. Without someone like that he'll still look good, but his team will suffer. He's a miniature SG.

I definitely agree, Kyrie needs to be the secondary guy like he is in Cleveland. When he's hot he's absolutely scary but some of those other guys aside from Lebron need some help. When Lebron is not out there on the floor, Cleveland just looks like a shell of itself. IMO this is because there doesn't seem to be a true offensive system in place to run.

Harden should be the MVP in my eyes. He had an awesome season and he played pg for D'Antoni and did well doing it. I'm figuring Westbrook will get it because of averaging a triple double but people don't even seem to realize that Harden had similar stats. Russ averaged 31,10 boards and 10 assists but Harden had 29, 8 boards and 11 assists nightly and led his team to a better record.

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MAGICLAKEZ wrote:

Well you can't argue with him there. It seems like everything fell right for the Warrior even Curry been hurt the earlier years and signing a 4yr/$44 Mil contract which played some part in them being able to sign KD along with dumping some players from last season.

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Russell putting in work.

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Happy to see the Warriors win. The way they play they deserve it.

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JJCali wrote:
Happy to see the Warriors win. The way they play they deserve it.

Agree, I see some changes coming in Cleveland. Lol

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I hope Kevin Love rented and didn't buy. He just played his last game in a Cavs uniform.

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IhatetheCeltics wrote:
I hope Kevin Love rented and didn't buy. He just played his last game in a Cavs uniform.

Lol, think he has his bags already packed. Don't know if Kyrie is all that safe either.

Said it before and I'll say it again, bet Cavs wish they had Wiggins right about now. Lmao

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kkennon1 wrote:
Agree, I see some changes coming in Cleveland. Lol

I do too. But not sure how much they can really do. They're way over the cap.

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That series was won the day Durant signed that contract. To put a player of his caliber on a team, with another MVP in his prime, that went to the last two finals was ridiculous. I bet GS to win that series for that simple fact. There was no team that can beat them. And if SA or Cleveland can't make some huge moves this summer, no team will beat them next year, or the next. Lebron did all he could to win that series, becoming the only player to average a triple double in a finals series. If you switched Durant and Lebron GS still would have won in five, or four over Durant's Cavaliers. Lebron's play in the last three finals are some of the greatest finals performances in NBA history. But there is a big problem for him now. He is facing the fact that in his last years, he will become Golden States finals whipping boy. Because unless Cleveland can swing some major deals, that's exactly what will happen to him. GS is just that good. And by a major deal I'm talking about bringing in George and CP3 both, or players of that caliber, because anything less won't cut it. And I mean two of them. If I were Lebron this is what I would do. Wait a short while, see what Cleveland can come up with. If you can see they can't bring in the talent to complete with GS I pick up the phone, call Pops and say, Hey let's beat Golden State, Pops. And then go there. Because only San Antonio has the players, the coach and the system to be a threat to GS with Lebron there. Will the fans and media attack him if he does it? Sure they will. But fans and media are....

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There is no doubt that the warriors are head and shoulders above the rest of the league, but they are just one Curry shredded ankle or a Durant ACL tear away from being beatable. The rest of the league just needs to build the best roster they can and and be ready to pounce when a weakness arises. We will be ready to take advantage in 2020.

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Some people just love themselves some LBJ. SMH. He clearly wasn't the best player in the series and people say if you switched him to the warriors they'd win even quicker. YEah, he put up phenomenal stats. He always does. Did you watch him on defense? That was by far the worst defense I've ever seen in a 5 game span. Go back and watch highlights of the series. Pay attention to LBJ on all of GS's highlights. He's almost always just standing next to the play, moving out of GS's way, or getting scored on.

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mcbill wrote:
There is no doubt that the warriors are head and shoulders above the rest of the league, but they are just one Curry shredded ankle or a Durant ACL tear away from being beatable. The rest of the league just needs to build the best roster they can and and be ready to pounce when a weakness arises. We will be ready to take advantage in 2020.

Agree. These runs never last as long as suspected. Or are as dominant as expected. Look at last year's Warriors for example or the Shaq/Kobe Lakers, or the Heat.

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Some people just love themselves some LBJ. SMH. He clearly wasn't the best player in the series and people say if you switched him to the warriors they'd win even quicker. YEah, he put up phenomenal stats. He always does. Did you watch him on defense? That was by far the worst defense I've ever seen in a 5 game span. Go back and watch highlights of the series. Pay attention to LBJ on all of GS's highlights. He's almost always just standing next to the play, moving out of GS's way, or getting scored on.

Lol, who in the league can stop Durant, no one!!!

And Durant or rest of Warriors didn't exactly stop LBJ.

Curry probably plays the worst defense of all, he doesn't play any , but I give it up to GS, with the way they switch on defense, they hide him well.

Careful JJ, LBJ might be a Laker in another year. Lmao

Heard the former lakers now Cavs sideline report say he thinks with LBJ's off court stuff he wants to do after basketball, he thinks LBJ will go to LA regardless of what Cavs do next year or 2.

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SPQR wrote:
...If I were Lebron this is what I would do. Wait a short while, see what Cleveland can come up with. If you can see they can't bring in the talent to complete with GS I pick up the phone, call Pops and say, Hey let's beat Golden State, Pops. And then go there. Because only San Antonio has the players, the coach and the system to be a threat to GS with Lebron there.

Will the fans and media attack him if he does it? Sure they will. But fans and media are idiots. That has been apparent forever. It's Lebron's career, his life. If going to SA is the only shot to beat that special GS team, to try win more rings, not to be a whipping boy on an inferior team, why should he not, just to please idiot fans and media?

Did it work out for him when he went to Miami? Yeah, two rings. Did it work for Durant going to Golden State? Sure. Do you think either of them regret those moves just to please idiot fans and media members who are not in their shoes, who don't have short athletic lives, who are not playing on the world stage for the ultimate prize?

Of course not.

There are two choices for Lebron, see what Cleveland can do this off-season and if they can't come through, then hit the road, jack, out west to the Spurs.

For what he is playing for and what he faces in the Warriors, he be crazy not to. I would. And so would you. If you are smart and don't let idiot fans and media bother you or run your life.

Doubt he goes West. The best place for him is the east as it would be easier for him to get back to the finals. He will need to get a shooter that can also defend in place of Love. But the bench is also in need of an upgrade. GS bench is too deep.

If he does go out West, I think its more likely he joins the Clippers and his buddy CP3.

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kkennon1 wrote:
Lol, who in the league can stop Durant, no one!!!

And Durant or rest of Warriors didn't exactly stop LBJ.

Curry probably plays the worst defense of all, he doesn't play any , but I give it up to GS, with the way they switch on defense, they hide him well.

Careful JJ, LBJ might be a Laker in another year. Lmao

Heard the former lakers now Cavs sideline report say he thinks with LBJ's off court stuff he wants to do after basketball, he thinks LBJ will go to LA regardless of what Cavs do next year or 2.

Get em JJ.....lol!!!!!

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I hope Kevin Love rented and didn't buy. He just played his last game in a Cavs uniform.

Unfortunately I think he's stuck there.......lol.

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SPQR,

You know LBJ is going to play the next year out and then opt out. IMO, the Cavs are stuck with what they have overpaying Tristan and J.R. It is what it is. They'll win the east again though and make it back to the finals next year.


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