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DeionDeion
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The General



just thinking about his future with the team...our nucleus will be at this point AD, EG10, Ryno, probably Rivers

Where does Greivis fit or does he fit? Maybe a backup PG or does anyone think he can play SF?







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CQQ
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re: The General


Back up to CP3





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GeauxxxTigersss
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re: The General


Lopez, AD, Ryno, EG, Rivers





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Colonel Flagg
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I still don't see why Davis is not capable of guarding the SF position and Anderson can't just play on the perimeter on offense.

G- Vasquez/Rivers
G- Gordon
F- Davis
F- Anderson
C- Lopez

I think we need to find a capable SF, but late in games this is what I currently want on the floor.



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Elleshoe
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quote:

does anyone think he can play SF?



Put down NBA Jam 2013 bro.

Where the hell do some of yall come from?






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hendersonshands
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Maybe he's thinking kinda like Tyreke Evans since he's 6'6





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Zipfer2022
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quote:

does anyone think he can play SF?


lolwut?






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Jester
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quote:

our nucleus will be at this point AD, EG10, Ryno, probably Rivers


Rivers has shown little to imply this yet and I doubt the franchise is treating him as such yet. Vasquez has shown a lot more than Rivers and he is far from the future.

#10 is a precarious draft spot, so it wasn't a bad pick, just not as likely to pan out.






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