Has there recently been a more irrelevant team in the NBA than the Bucks? They are just completely forgettable, and if it weren't for people mentioning them occasionally, i'd forget they actually exist. Even the Bobcats get more pub. For sucking and being NBA's worst team ever, but more pub nonetheless.
Malcolm Brown, Joe Bergeron, Johnathan Gray*
Originally Posted by BallerT1215
Nope. Not Really. And I guarantee you I have more knowledge on life than you by the posts I keep seeing you write in here.
Anyone who counts on Roy for anything other than time on the trainer's table is foolish. Portland fans have gone through this with Roy and Oden for years now. It's just not worth it. Don't get your hopes up only to be crushed when Roy doesn't play. His career is over.
And the rest of those guys you mention would make a great bench mob, but as a starting team they are just very underwhelming.
All signs are positive about the knee, obviously no one knows for sure but he does look very good right now. I'm not ready to rely on him for a whole season but I'm sure not ready to dismiss him either.
And Milwaukee really isn't that bad, why are they being grouped with Orlando?
I hope to god this isnt a highly talked about subject for the next two years. I believe that there is a reason we have our contracts lined up like that but I dont think its for Lebron. If he wins another title or 2 why in the hell would he leave? I believe 2014 is also the year in which guys like Love, Aldridge and Rondo become free agents, as well as Rudy ***. I wouldnt be surprised if those type of guys are more of the targets. Targeting a couple of guys to team up with Dwight rather than just Lebron.
Originally Posted by 49erNation85
I wouldn't be sir prized if he passed McCoy on the depth chart. I think he might have a better arm and accurate arm then him from the highlights I thought. He also got some wheels too help us prepare for QB's as Wilson , RG3 and other runners etc.