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corndeaux
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


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Are you seeing what Webster is doing right now? If he is healthy, he in unequivocally a starter.


whats he doing now that makes him unequivocally a starter?







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Broski
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Member since Jun 2011
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


FG: 42%
3PT: 39%
FT: 84%
PPG: 9.6 (11.1 Last 10)
RPG: 4.0
MPG: 26.8






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GynoSandberg
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


What does unequivocally mean? Maybe I'm missing something here.

Corey brewer and martell Webster are better served coming off the benc






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corndeaux
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Member since Sep 2009
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


Aminu:

FG: 46%
3PT: 22%
FT: 76%
PPG: 7.5
RPG: 7.1 (9.3 last 9)
MPG: 26.4

so because Webster is a better shooter, he is unequivocally a starter while Aminu, even though he is an elite rebounder at SF, is not a long term option?






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Broski
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


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Corey brewer and martell Webster are better served coming off the benc


Brewer yes, Webster I think would be fantastic as a starter.

Out of curiosity, who do you want as your starting 3?






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Broski
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


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so because Webster is a better shooter, he is unequivocally a starter while Aminu, even though he is an elite rebounder at SF, is not a long term option?


Neither of us listed turnovers, Webster commits only 1.3, how many does Aminu commit?






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GynoSandberg
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


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Out of curiosity, who do you want as your starting 3?


Out of the free agents listed?






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Broski
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


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Out of the free agents listed?


Yes, or draw up some reasonable trade.






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quail man
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


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Out of curiosity, who do you want as your starting 3?








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corndeaux
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Member since Sep 2009
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


1.8

how many steals does Webster get?

webster is a better offensive player but he isnt anything special. he also isnt the defensive player aminu is or could become.








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GynoSandberg
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


Im not drawing up a trade since it will be mocked regardless.


I really like Dorell Wright. Id actually like to bring in him and a guy like Brewer/Webster.

I really like Iggy but I would need to see how things play out.






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Lester Earl
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


you forgot Buddinger & Omar Casspi






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TigerTatorTots
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


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Corey Brewer (26, $3,243,000)
Dude can play some D. Not a terrible offensive game, and pretty cheap






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Broski
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


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you forgot Buddinger & Omar Casspi


They are both restricted.






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drake20
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Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2005
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


terrible options this season





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THRILLHO
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


I like Budinger. Seems like, for the price it would take to get Iggy, who is playing pretty poorly on offense right now and getting up there in age, we could bring in Budinger, extend Aminu, and bring in a backup PG like JJ. Not that I'd complain if we went after Iguodala, but that's a better option unless we have a lot of faith in Rivers stepping up. Iggy's contract would also be harder to move in 3 years when we have to extend the likes of EG/Davis/Ryno than would be Budinger's.





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Broski
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I like Budinger. Seems like, for the price it would take to get Iggy, who is playing pretty poorly on offense right now and getting up there in age, we could bring in Budinger, extend Aminu, and bring in a backup PG like JJ. Not that I'd complain if we went after Iguodala, but that's a better option unless we have a lot of faith in Rivers stepping up. Iggy's contract would also be harder to move in 3 years when we have to extend the likes of EG/Davis/Ryno than would be Budinger's.


I think Iggy is going to exercise his player option, so it doesn't really matter.

I would love to go after Josh Smith and then fill out the roster with top-tier d-leaguers (your Brian Roberts, Lance Thomas etc.), but if that pipe dream doesn't happen, next best thing would be getting a guy like Webster for $6-8M and then bring in a good backup PG and C.






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Broski
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


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terrible options this season


What would be considered a good option?

It's not like we could go after a Lebron or Durant even if they were free agents this offseason.






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Jester
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Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2006
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re: Possible SF targets in Free Agency


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If he were to come back here, he would be the 4th scoring option (like Aminu is now) and would be an upgrade on the defensive end.


When he has been motivated, Aminu is arguably as good or better defensively. He's a much better rebounder than Ariza and with our bigs who don't rebound well, that is crucial to our defense. When his head is in the game, Aminu is arguably an elite defender.






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Jester
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Does Dell pull a rabbit out of his hat in europe?





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