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Old 02-28-2019, 01:27 PM   #129
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Morris has been bad as of late, but Hayward is pathetic. The guy has no business playing anywhere near the minutes he does right now. Could someone please explain to me what Hayward provides out there that Ojeleye canít?
Morris has been much worse than just bad of late. Everyone knew he wasn't going to shoot this well for the entire season and when that goes out his game can look really ugly. Much better to deal with those ups and downs as a 6th man of the bench guy. Semi is only good if you need a different look like on Giannis for example or someone else because he is a good defender 1 on 1 otherwise he stinks. Like cmon. Like I know these last 3 games from Hayward have been dreadful which stinks because he was trending up before the break but not at that level.
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Old 02-28-2019, 01:30 PM   #130
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Definitely top 20 for the last few years in Toronto and first couple in NJ. Whether thatís because he was so good or that there was such a lack of bona fide stars in the immediate post-Jordan era I donít know. The early 2000s really were not all that outside of the Lakers.
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Old 02-28-2019, 01:33 PM   #131
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Definitely top 20 for the last few years in Toronto and first couple in NJ. Whether thatís because he was so good or that there was such a lack of bona fide stars in the immediate post-Jordan era I donít know. The early 2000s really were not all that outside of the Lakers.
The NBA was stronger then than it is now.
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Old 02-28-2019, 01:41 PM   #132
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And right now we have maybe three or four superstars. The NBA isnít very strong right now and a lot of the talent pool is concentrated onto one team. Iím not arguing that todayís NBA is stronger, but the early 2000s were a weak point.
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Old 02-28-2019, 01:43 PM   #133
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The first post of this thread popped up on my feed. The Knicks equaling stinky Duquan .


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Old 02-28-2019, 01:55 PM   #134
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No VC Nets slander, please.

Only VC Raptors slander because...Canada.

Same with TMac just to piss TMagic off.
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Old 02-28-2019, 02:13 PM   #135
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And right now we have maybe three or four superstars. The NBA isn’t very strong right now and a lot of the talent pool is concentrated onto one team. I’m not arguing that today’s NBA is stronger, but the early 2000s were a weak point.
-With the curtailing of hand-checking starting in the 04-05 season the league's emphasis shifted from power/position to speed/length.

-Fundamentals have continued to break down since high schoolers were allowed to enter the NBA in mass in the mid 90s. These flawed players became role models for today's guys.

-The high number of successful European players has turned the game even more finessy and has made it fashionable to abandon learning the basics of post play.

-Mike D'Antoni's "seven seconds or less" attacks of the mid 00s have negatively impacted offensive basketball. The tried and true axiom of making the opposing defense play hard for 20 seconds no longer exists.

-Three balls are now launched too often and by the wrong players.
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