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Top 3pt % So Far This Season - Power Forwards

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by yobod, Nov 29, 2014.

  1. yobod

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    those are horrible numbers
     
  3. swyyyguy

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    i'll take serge ibaka.
     
  4. heypartner

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    for the record, Carmelo Anthony plays PF now. He's shooting .411
     
  5. newAge_Rockets

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    Well, we developed 2 of the top 3! #Moreyball
     
  6. newAge_Rockets

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    Still working on Terrence and D-Mo's percentages tho...:rolleyes:
     
  7. DrNuegebauer

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    Terrence is .429 on the season....

    True, not many games for him, but he started the season on fire on both ends of the court (advanced defensive stats put him just behind Howard defensively, one of our best).
     
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    Who is Patrick Patterson and Marcus Morris?

    #14 draft picks.
     
  9. LosPollosHermanos

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    and traded for pennies.
     
  10. Scola Scoops

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    To be fair, only Morris was traded for pennies. Ppatt on the other hand was part of a trade for the 5th pick of that season's draft.
     
  11. yobod

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    I think Thomas Robinson was eventually flipped for Papanikolaou.
     
  12. RocketsJumer

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    True, but trading Patterson and Morris and then trading Robinson, allowed to have the cap space needed to sign Dwight. A la Morey, cashing in pennies for a silver dollar.
     
  13. daywalker02

    daywalker02 Easter Egg Hunter - Tell me why? نحن عائلة

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    But can Dwight shoot 3s with a good percentage?
     
  14. Mr. Clutch

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    Only in practice.

    He gets nervous during games.
     
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    It also sucks that he's no good at anything else on the court. Really, there was no point getting him at all
     
  16. Mr. Clutch

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    Stretch 5
     
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    I love how people keep using this and that to say that, "Well, if we hadn't done that, we wouldn't have got Harden or Howard, or Bosh, or Melo... etc."

    Why don't we go all out and say, "Well, if we hadn't drafted Pat Riley in 1967, we wouldn't be able to sign Dwight Howard." It's like saying, "Well, my Gramp screwed my Ganny one night and here I am."

    The truth is, each move has its own merit. There are many things that could go right or go wrong in between moves. I give Morey credit for maintaining cap flexibility to give us a chance for landing a star. But what if Howard felt happy in LA and didn't want to come? What if we couldn't go past the 1st round with H&H in the next couple of years and Howard jumps ship again? Would the Patterson and Morris trades still look good?
     
  18. TheRealAllpro

    TheRealAllpro Morey only fan

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    Pat p = Papa and Morris = Cannaan .... Seems solid to me.
     
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    Except in this case it was literally true that Patterson had to go to clear up cap space to sign Howard. And Morris too I think although I'm not as certain. We could NOT have signed Howard as a free agent without clearing patterson's salary off the books. I liked Patterson too but I'll take Howard, thank you.
     
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