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Which team have the best bench now? Nets have blatchey, evans, kirilenko, terry, anderson, livingston. Pacers have mahinmi, scola, copeland, stephenson, watson. Griz have koufos, davis, miller, qpon, bayless.
4 months, 1 week ago on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Are we there yet?
Tjarks article http://www.sbnation.com/nba/2013/6/25/4446006/nba-draft-2013-jeremy-lamb-oklahoma-city-thunder
5 months, 1 week ago on The Daily Thunder Big Board: Taking stock
Perk, rj, tabho,orton,#12 pick for #2, afflalo, nelson. Yes or no?
5 months, 3 weeks ago on George Gervin on KD: ‘I think he’ll be much better than me’
Pacers will need cap space to resign dwest. That means they may not match Hansborough offer. Anyone interested on Hansbrough fo MLE?
6 months, 1 week ago on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Ah, the Finals
To sign, not resign
6 months, 1 week ago on The Side Part: Nick Collison almost got me into a fight
Just realized that the spurs will have cap space to resign dhoward this offseason. Starters: dh, duncan, leonard, green, tparker. Bench: baynes, diaw, cjoseph,mills,decolo.
3rd team needed. We still hv maynor trade exc
6 months, 2 weeks ago on Thanks KD, thanks Thunder
Orton n ligs are salary padder.
I mean 13 pick
Lets help mavs get dhoward. Marion + 1 pick for sef, thabeet, liggins,orton + 32 pick. May need third team. Yes or no?
@TheChantRoyal @gnaygg Harden was 28.9 mpg in his first 6. 31 mpg in all playoff games. RJ is 29.9 mpg
7 months ago on Thunder finish off the Rockets, 103-94
In his second year, Harden averaged 13 ppg 5.3 rpg 3.6 apg. In his first 6 playoff games that year, he averaged 9.5 ppg 5 rpg 2.8 apg. RJ averages 14 ppg 3.8 rpg 3.7 apg in his first 6 playoff games this year.
he is going to the draft
8 months, 1 week ago on Practice Report: Scott Brooks unlikely to sit players
Steven Adams in the draft
http://www.draftexpress.com/article/NBA-Draft-Prospect-of-the-Week-Giannis-Adetokunbo-4090/ interesting player, maybe for the charlotte pick
9 months, 1 week ago on Practice Report: Derek Fisher will ‘definitely’ play
@SexyWatt A lot of possibilities. They may trade their 1st round pick for our 31st pick to avoid paying more tax. They may dump young player salary to us. etc
9 months, 2 weeks ago on Evaluating the Thunder’s deadline moves
Next draft, offseason and trade deadline will be interesting. We will have around $ 3M unguaranteed salary, $ 2.3 M trade exception, 31st draft pick, TOR pick, our own draft pick. Boston, Chicago, Toronto, Golden State may be in lux tax territory.
Oklahoma City Thunder – The Thunder added a very good perimeter defender in Ronnie Brewer and only had to give up a future second-round pick for him. The Knicks had been shopping Brewer, and the Thunder pounced on the opportunity to add the 27-year-old. The Thunder approached Brewer over the offseason when he was a free agent, but he ultimately decided to sign with the Knicks. Now, he’ll be a rotation player in Oklahoma City. With Brewer and Thabo Sefolosha, the Thunder now have two very good defensive swingmen that they can throw at teams such as, say, the Miami HEAT. Oklahoma City is determined to win now and they added a veteran contributor while only having to give up a late second-round pick.Read more at http://www.hoopsworld.com/nba-pm-the-boring-2013-trade-deadline/#DKD1dSRmbR2s4qDt.99
@tydude yeah I know, but $ 800K vs $ 0 salary difference.. do we use trade eception for this?