His averaged jumped by 5 points and 3 assists though. Point being, Houston isn't an awful place for a player like him to land. I think he'll fit in perfectly with their system.
Pretty sure he average 18 and 8 after the break. I'm not a big fan, he's undersized.
Edit: Are there any FA 2-guards left or is Shannon Brown going to be the guy? Other than that position, I like the Suns' depth. Three of last years starters have potentially moved to the bench, where they should play a lot better. They've always done their best with deep teams. Even at their height it was the bench that would come in and expand leads.
PG Dragic - Marshall
SG ? - Dudley
SF Beasley - Frye
PF Scola - Morris
C Gortat - Lopez
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The Mavs have been making a lot of moves. I think they can have a pretty interesting team next year.
This whole Dwight Howard saga worries me. If the Lakers don't land him they'll have to deal with an unhappy Bynum all season long.
I am also worried about a disgruntled Bynum if this trade doesn't pan out; he could single-handedly fuck off a Lakers title run by acting all bitchass.
Surely the Magic won't go for the deal as presently rumoured ? I would have thought getting rid of some of Otis Smith's horrible contracts would have to be part of the bargain ?
Howard now says he would sign an extension with LA if traded there -- here comes the part where Bynum fucks it all up by blocking a potential deal.
Bynum wants to team up with Irving, they were both childhood friends/competitors in Jersey basketball leagues. I think the real problem here is not Bynum, it's the Magic trying to dump all of those worthless cap eating contracts of overpaid hacks like Duhon, Richardson and Turkoglu.
No -- I mean watch Bynum arbitrarily change his position on playing in Cleveland.
Bynum and Irving graduated high school 5 years apart. Were they really childhood friends/competitors in basketball leagues?
It's possible, or maybe they just jocked each other -- from afar.
Bynum likes Byron Scott. While Scott hasn't played pro ball for the Lakers in ages, he has remained close with certain members of that organization and has been able to develop a relationship with Bynum over the years. As far as he and Irving, I know they are acquainted due to their ties in New Jersey.
Courtney Lee to Boston.
Clips look pretty stacked, dude. Beware.
P.S. I just played two hours of bball. We're trying to get people or fishhead hybrids for more than just two-on-two games...to run full court. Tuesday and Thursday nights near Brookhurst/Adams area of Huntington Beach if interested.