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  posted on 3/5/2020 at 10:38 AM
It would be nice to see him stay in Milwaukee for a while, and I'm not just saying that as a Bucks fan. The NBA doesn't benefit from treating its small-markets as farm teams for the Lakers. Imagine if Curry had bolted for the Lakers just as he was bringing the long-suffering Warriors over the hump? The NBA is too thin of a league to sustain super teams - as it is, only 6 teams in the East are above .500

Giannis is leading the top team in the league, hard to give that up and start over somewhere else. I imagine the Bucks will do what they can to keep him, though I doubt he will be in Milwaukee forever. I also doubt he would pull a Durant and join the Warriors right now, a team that needs some work to get back to where they were just a season ago. What could GS even give up for Giannis? This isn't the same franchise that got hosed on the Monta Ellis-Bogut/Jackson deal

But it really depends on how this season ends up. If they don't make it to the Finals this season, I wouldn't be surprised if Giannis starts gazing at other teams that are already contenders.

 

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  posted on 3/5/2020 at 01:31 PM
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It would be nice to see him stay in Milwaukee for a while, and I'm not just saying that as a Bucks fan. The NBA doesn't benefit from treating its small-markets as farm teams for the Lakers. Imagine if Curry had bolted for the Lakers just as he was bringing the long-suffering Warriors over the hump? The NBA is too thin of a league to sustain super teams - as it is, only 6 teams in the East are above .500

Giannis is leading the top team in the league, hard to give that up and start over somewhere else. I imagine the Bucks will do what they can to keep him, though I doubt he will be in Milwaukee forever. I also doubt he would pull a Durant and join the Warriors right now, a team that needs some work to get back to where they were just a season ago. What could GS even give up for Giannis? This isn't the same franchise that got hosed on the Monta Ellis-Bogut/Jackson deal

But it really depends on how this season ends up. If they don't make it to the Finals this season, I wouldn't be surprised if Giannis starts gazing at other teams that are already contenders.


I would be willing to put money on the Bucks for finals.

 

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  posted on 3/5/2020 at 02:02 PM
I watched Mutombo take down the Sonics, and Baron Davis take down the Mavericks. Nothing is guaranteed.

And if they do make the Finals, Leonard's Clippers are right behind the Lakers in the West...

 

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  posted on 7/30/2020 at 08:12 PM
Is this the current NBA thread? Found it on page 12 or something.

I'm watching a little Utah - New Orleans tonight. Turned into a good game here at the end. I haven't seen Quin Synder since he was at Missouri that's how long I've been out of the basketball loop!

 

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  posted on 7/31/2020 at 06:54 AM
I love sports just as the rest of us, but to make along story short, they should just call this season a wash and be done for now.

 

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  posted on 7/31/2020 at 08:48 AM
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I love sports just as the rest of us, but to make along story short, they should just call this season a wash and be done for now.


I'm as bummed as anyone, as a Bucks fan. They really looked like they'd win it all, and they still might. But momentum in sports means so much.

I applaud the attempt at the "bubble", especially as we see MLB failing to contain the virus in their dugouts. Just have to wait an see.

 

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