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I'd have a velopciraptor hand. I'd be 10x more awesome while having to buy 10x more computers.12 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 decade ago
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I can't wait to see The Dark Knight.
I think it's a win-win for both teams. Minnesota was a terrible team before this trade with borderline NBDL-level team . Now they have a lineup of Randy Foye, Mccants, Mike Miller, Kevin Love, and Al Jefferson. I don't know if the T'Wolves will make the Playoffs next year, but their starting 5 is set for the future.
Memphis also wins. Mayo is a great player and arguably has more potential than Kevin Love. The Grizz also achieve their main goal of saving money by getting a talented rookie in Mayo, losing Brian Cardinal's bad contract, and getting Walker and Bucker's expiring contracts.
Win-win all around! Anybody else think it's weird these are the two teams that gave away their best players to the two teams that were in the Finals?10 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago
I think the Warriors should pick Chris Douglas-Roberts or Brandon Rush.
I think they might take Kosta Koufas (or whatever his name is) or Donte Greene, though.4 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago
I'm a Warriors fan, and the Draft is familiar territory. I think they should get Chris Douglas-Roberts or Brandon Rush at #14. They both don't fill the Warriors' biggest need for a lowpost presence but CDR and Rush are proven winners, good scorers, and decent defenders.
Who's your team, what number do they draft, and who do you want them to draft?15 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago
Yi Jianlian/Bobby Simmons for Richard Jefferson. Thoughts?
I personally think the Nets could have gotten a lot more for Jefferson.10 AnswersBasketball1 decade ago
I've been stuck on this puzzle for more than one hour. Can someone give me ONE clue (one number) and explain how they got it?