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shel311
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re: A few observations after a good flap-session
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Are you ok with paying that type money to a guy at the same position as our 13th pick this year
Positions aren't really relevant.

Lonzo and Kira play 2 entirely different roles and there's no reason they wouldn't complement each other.

Kira is a lead facilitator/playmaker. Lonzo us a 3 and D perimeter player.


Mad Scientist26
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re: A few observations after a good flap-session
You know Marcus Smart is a great comp for Hart. But I would say Hart plays with a bit more energy than Smart. But I would love to get him on a 4 for 50 type of deal. He’s kinda what I thought Bledsoe was going to be (substitute his handles for his length).


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re: A few observations after a good flap-session
Hart fits really well with the starting lineup. I would move Ball back to PG and Hart at SG but still run the offense through Zion.

Also, I would try to deal Bledsoe and a 1st for a solid bigger wing who can play small ball 5 that plays good defense and shot the 3 (as an upgrade over Melli). Like a 6’8-6’10 vet like an Otto Porter, Jae Crowder, Harrison Barnes type of guy.
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NOSA
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re: A few observations after a good flap-session
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Can somebody on this entire board post who won the game and what the final score was???


How to find out if the Pelicans won


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NOSHAU
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re: A few observations after a good flap-session
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Lonzo’s biggest problem right now is he can start off on fire, think he was 3/3 or 4/4 today, and finished 5/11, then just go ice cold and become invisible.

Now he’s usually guarding the best player on the other team, but it’s hard to see him disappear on offense for large stretches. He’s getting consistency in his shot, but he’s still inconsistent from half to half.


Such a confusing take. His role is not that of a scorer. People complain that we do not need more high usage players to take the ball out of BI and Zion's hands. Zo is playing the role that fits well with them. He has played well on defense and that takes energy. We have enough on offense, we need his energy on defense.


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NOSHAU
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re: A few observations after a good flap-session
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That and his his fear of being fouled and attacking the rim. He had I want to say 3 shots at the rim, wide open. First 2 he hesitated, went for a layup. I believe one he missed because he hesitated, waited, got blocked, and hart got the putback. The 3rd one he hesitated, still ended up drawing a foul.

Both "hesitations" were because he had multiple guys on his back waiting to block. One let to a foul.


GynoSandberg
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re: A few observations after a good flap-session
Dude said wide open

Funny how one sees what they want to see


NOSHAU
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re: A few observations after a good flap-session
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Dude said wide open

Funny how one sees what they want to see

Many seem to overexaggerate when referring to Ball.


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GOP_Tiger
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re: A few observations after a good flap-session
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Hart fits really well with the starting lineup.


Yes, now that we are originating the offense with Point Zion. Hart is not offensively creative. Early in the season, he would have hampered the starting offense. Not now.


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504Voodoo
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re: A few observations after a good flap-session
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Also, I would try to deal Bledsoe and a 1st for a solid bigger wing who can play small ball 5 that plays good defense and shot the 3 (as an upgrade over Melli)


If only it were that easy.

1. Those guys don't grow on trees
2. Every team wants that guy and that's why they all are extremely overpaid. So you would be trading for more than likely a 20+ million per year guy to come off the bench. Not happening.
3. It would take more than Bledsoe and a crappy 1st to persuade a team to give up a player like that.


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