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Everybody Loves Patrick... Just for you Carl H.

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by T_Man, Feb 16, 2016.

  1. T_Man

    T_Man Contributing Member

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    NBA Trade Rumors

    EVERYBODY LOVES PATRICK

    Raptors forward Patrick Patterson is in demand across the league, per Yahoo Sports.

    Even though his numbers are down, the sixth-year forward has appeal across the league. Under contract for the next two seasons at $6 million per, Patterson is a stretch power forward that many teams covet
    Source: Guide to the NBA trade deadline: Raptors - Yahoo Sports.

    Makes sense. Patterson's a prototype stretch four, able to rebound, defend 3's and 4's, can knock down shots from the outside at 34.5 percent, and athletic. The Raptors could use an upgrade at that spot. Getting him, however, is going to be difficult. Patterson is the type of asset that Masai Ujiri can bleed teams for.
     
  2. OTMax

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    If only he had played that way with us, he would be almost perfect right now.
     
  3. T_Man

    T_Man Contributing Member

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    Ha... Yeah i thought about that... He would be the perfect stretch 4.

    T_Man
     
  4. rockets13champs

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    We traded him for thomas robinson. Great move morey
     
  5. Shroopy2

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    He traded Pat for T-Rob's "perceived" value (asset to flip) and for the cap flexibility to sign Dwight Howard. It was an actual instance where Morey overthinking 2 steps ahead actually worked out.
     
  6. RedRedemption

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    Thomas Robinson had so much potential, it was a solid move, sometimes it doesn't pan out.
     
  7. JayZ750

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    Gun to my head I would have guessed this was PPat's 9th year in the league.

    Also, he's having a horrendous season really. He has a 9.9 PER and isn't a great defender or anything.

    I'm not sure why he'd be in high demand by anyone.
     
  8. Ziggy

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    Right now I'd rather have Thomas Robinson over Patterson on the Rockets. At least T-Rob can protect the defensive glass. Patterson might be the only 4 worse at rebounding than what we already have.
     
  9. AvgJoe

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    PPat still can't rebound.
    Trolling :D
     
  10. daywalker02

    daywalker02 Easter Egg Hunter - Tell me why? نحن عائلة

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    Any videos off him passing? How's his D?
     
  11. varughese.arun

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    I vomit everytI'm I see Patrick Beverly start for the Rockets.
     
  12. AvgJoe

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    Vomit somewhere else plz.

    This is a different Patrick.
     
  13. AvgJoe

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    I haven't watched him much except a few Raptors' games. His D is avg I say, passing is decent. He's just bad at rebounding, sometimes he can get a few nice blocks though.
     
  14. Rashmon

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    My thoughts exactly. I even had to Google it to make sure. Can't believe he is only 26 as it seems like a long time since he was a Rocket.

    It's amazing the amount of talent we have had come through town and seen success elsewhere: PPat, Dragic, Lowry, Parsons, Lee, Whiteside (D-League), etc.
     
  15. topfive

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    Carl H. should know, since he spends so much time on it. ;)
     
  16. RocketsTerps

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    Is he a point forward? ;)
     
  17. oakdogg

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    He did play that way here. Ha-ha. I'd rather have a healthy DMo and Josh because of defense. Ah, who cares - the season is lost
     
  18. BigggReddd

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    <iframe width="420" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/nimiaucd7Ww" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

    He definitely showed flashes
     
  19. daywalker02

    daywalker02 Easter Egg Hunter - Tell me why? نحن عائلة

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    Rebounding has not won us enough games this year.

    Pat has become better than solid role player. Good allround player
     
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    This is mostly because he had a HORRENDOUS start to the season.

    He's really picked it up recently. Definitely value in a stretch big that can play some defensive.
     

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