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(Warriors) working on RAY ALLEN for vet min

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by ClearLakeTX, Jul 5, 2016.

  1. ClearLakeTX

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    Mario Chalmers would be stupid to sign there. No minutes. I mean it's one thing to ring chase, it's another to go from being a starter to a 3rd stringer in order to ring chase.

    Ray Allen? LOL, three pointers all day erry day.
     
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    Wait Amico? LOL
     
  4. RedRedemption

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    I hope we can nab Mario.
     
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    How much movement is in the Warriors offense?

    One thing to look for will be how well KD, or Allen (due to age) acclimate into more of that full motion offense. It's one thing to look at it from afar, not how beautiful it is, say you want to participate. It's another all together to be constantly in motion.

    Though I suspect the offense changes to accommodate less full motion, more just mini-stuff. Eg. motion off KD posting, pick and rolls, etc.
     
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    EVERYONE TO THE WARRIORS
     
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    Saucy sauces: Duncan to change mind, opt out of his remaining year and sign a $50 contract with the Warriors.
     
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    Well, Duncan might do it had he not having more rings than Warrior's big 4 combined.
     
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    Whatttt? Ray Allen was my favorite player until Curry took over as the best shooter of the era. Those 2 on the same team along with Klay Thompson? Wow.
     
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    Sources: Reggie Miller considering NBA return with the Golden State Warriors.
     
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    Probably regrets not signing with the Cavs before. Definitely has to think GS looks like fun, unless he is riding the bench all year. If GS is smart, their starters will have their minutes very low as injury is their biggest risk.
     
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    When are the Warriors going to sign Jason Eugene Terry on a vet min.

    He can still shoot and that's all they looking for apparently.
     
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    If you're Allen, why not come to Cleveland instead? He has a history with Lebron, who helped him get his last two rings, and he's more likely to get minutes there.
     
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    GSW is the place to be, I think SanFran has more things to do than Cleveland plus signing with LBJ comes with agent shenanigans, maybe if Allen unretires he has to sign up with LBJ's agency when comes in the NBA again.

    Plus, GSW already has tons of shooters so Ray Allen can just play 10 mins a night maximum. If he goes to Cleveland he might need to play a lot of PT if JR Smith isn't hacking it.

    For a young player, more PT is a good thing. But Allen is like Camby by now, the less he sees the court the better for his health.
     
  16. B-Bob

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    Come on. He's so far past his prime that this doesn't move the needle. Kinda ridiculous.

    How about Purvis Short? He still has a good set shot.
     
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    They still have Jerry West in their pocket.
     
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    This.

    There is only one basketball and on the perimeter you already have two former MVP's, an all star wing, an all star power forward and a former all star all competing for shots.

    What the Warriors need is someone that does the dirty work...... like Bogut did and will keep the middle clogged defensively.

    Also...... Ray Allen needs to stop the nut hugging at some point those championships mean nothing when all you do year after year is grab a hold of the best teams nuts and go along for the ride.
     
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    He's ready:

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