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Horford, Tatum, Hayward, Brown, Irving Starting five
« on: September 12, 2017, 02:17:54 AM »

Offline KG Living Legend

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 By the All Star break, If Brown looks good and Tatum looks Great, why not get Tatum and Brown building that chemistry together right now, as starters, on a top two seed most likely,  best of all they would both be super talented role players with the new big three.

 Hayward or Brown can cover most Pfs and with added weight so can Tatum. He has an 8'11" SR. That's an avg Centers length.

Re: Horford, Tatum, Hayward, Brown, Irving Starting five
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 Side note is the Bench mob is now tough, and experienced, with Smart, Morris, Baynes, Rozier, and figure one of the young beasts steps up Yabu or Semi

Re: Horford, Tatum, Hayward, Brown, Irving Starting five
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2017, 04:01:53 AM »

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I highly doubt we start off like this, but down the track it definitely will be the way to go.

I don't know what our bench would look like though, with Tatum looking like he'll be the bench SF. And unless we play Morris at SF, I'm not sure who we'd put there.
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« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2017, 04:33:21 AM »

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Brown yes. Tatum, no.

I doubt Tatum has enough muscles to switch onto bigs by opening night. Which is exactly what Stevens will expect out of that 3/4 position. Maybe if he develops quick, throw him in after the all-star break for a few games against weaker teams..
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« Reply #4 on: September 12, 2017, 06:34:26 AM »

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Id like to see the following solidified lineups for the first half first 5 games.

Starters= first 7mins
Irving, Smart, Hayward, Horford, Baynes

1st sub= 7mark to 10min mark.
Rozier, Brown, Hayward, Morris, Horford

2nd sub= 10 mark to end of 1st.
Irving, Brown, Tatum, Morris, Theis

3rd sub= 2nd qtr start to 5 min mark
Irving, Smart, Tatum, Theis, Baynes.

"Blitz group"= 5 mark to 9 min mark
Rozier, Brown, Tatum, Semi, Horford

"Finishers" 9 min mark to end of half
Irving, Smart, Hayward, Morris, Horford

Second half you make adjustments based on performances of first half . Try to get guys who have done well in practice some minutes here and there with in the rotations for guys that are struggling or in foul trouble.


After 5 games adjust 1st half rotations if something isn't working.
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« Reply #5 on: September 12, 2017, 02:50:14 PM »

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By the All Star break, If Brown looks good and Tatum looks Great, why not get Tatum and Brown building that chemistry together right now, as starters, on a top two seed most likely,  best of all they would both be super talented role players with the new big three.

That looks like a high-octane offense, with a deep bench. Wow.

Hayward or Brown can cover most Pfs and with added weight so can Tatum.

Sounds like Tatum will add weight slowly; he put on weight too fast and the docs said it contributed to his foot injury. I don't know why 20 pounds more couldn't be possible, though probably not this season. It will happen naturally as he ages.

He has an 8'11" SR. That's an avg Centers length.

Where do you find data like that?

According to this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDyiRJheq0c

The average SR for NBA 4's is 8'10"


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« Reply #7 on: September 12, 2017, 02:57:44 PM »

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Id like to see the following solidified lineups for the first half first 5 games.

Starters= first 7mins
Irving, Smart, Hayward, Horford, Baynes

1st sub= 7mark to 10min mark.
Rozier, Brown, Hayward, Morris, Horford

2nd sub= 10 mark to end of 1st.
Irving, Brown, Tatum, Morris, Theis

3rd sub= 2nd qtr start to 5 min mark
Irving, Smart, Tatum, Theis, Baynes.

"Blitz group"= 5 mark to 9 min mark
Rozier, Brown, Tatum, Semi, Horford

"Finishers" 9 min mark to end of half
Irving, Smart, Hayward, Morris, Horford

Second half you make adjustments based on performances of first half . Try to get guys who have done well in practice some minutes here and there with in the rotations for guys that are struggling or in foul trouble.


After 5 games adjust 1st half rotations if something isn't working.

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« Reply #8 on: September 12, 2017, 03:37:39 PM »

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« Reply #9 on: September 12, 2017, 03:46:41 PM »

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By the All Star break, If Brown looks good and Tatum looks Great, why not get Tatum and Brown building that chemistry together right now, as starters, on a top two seed most likely,  best of all they would both be super talented role players with the new big three.

That looks like a high-octane offense, with a deep bench. Wow.

Hayward or Brown can cover most Pfs and with added weight so can Tatum.

Sounds like Tatum will add weight slowly; he put on weight too fast and the docs said it contributed to his foot injury. I don't know why 20 pounds more couldn't be possible, though probably not this season. It will happen naturally as he ages.

He has an 8'11" SR. That's an avg Centers length.

Where do you find data like that?

According to this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDyiRJheq0c

The average SR for NBA 4's is 8'10"

Here is a question.  In this high octane lineup why not have Hayward as your PF and Tatum your SF.  Hayward after all played a lot of PF in the playoffs recently and has more mass to withstand the pounding down low.

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Id like to see the following solidified lineups for the first half first 5 games.

Starters= first 7mins
Irving, Smart, Hayward, Horford, Baynes

1st sub= 7mark to 10min mark.
Rozier, Brown, Hayward, Morris, Horford

2nd sub= 10 mark to end of 1st.
Irving, Brown, Tatum, Morris, Theis

3rd sub= 2nd qtr start to 5 min mark
Irving, Smart, Tatum, Theis, Baynes.

"Blitz group"= 5 mark to 9 min mark
Rozier, Brown, Tatum, Semi, Horford

"Finishers" 9 min mark to end of half
Irving, Smart, Hayward, Morris, Horford

Second half you make adjustments based on performances of first half . Try to get guys who have done well in practice some minutes here and there with in the rotations for guys that are struggling or in foul trouble.


After 5 games adjust 1st half rotations if something isn't working.

TP. I think you're exactly right on this.
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« Reply #11 on: September 12, 2017, 05:28:54 PM »

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I can't see this happening at the start of games. Horford will start with Morris, with Baynes as a possibility.

But will happen during some spans, and this is an intriguing lineup.

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« Reply #12 on: September 12, 2017, 05:55:39 PM »

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By the All Star break, If Brown looks good and Tatum looks Great, why not get Tatum and Brown building that chemistry together right now, as starters, on a top two seed most likely,  best of all they would both be super talented role players with the new big three.

That looks like a high-octane offense, with a deep bench. Wow.

Hayward or Brown can cover most Pfs and with added weight so can Tatum.

Sounds like Tatum will add weight slowly; he put on weight too fast and the docs said it contributed to his foot injury. I don't know why 20 pounds more couldn't be possible, though probably not this season. It will happen naturally as he ages.

He has an 8'11" SR. That's an avg Centers length.

Where do you find data like that?

According to this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDyiRJheq0c

The average SR for NBA 4's is 8'10"

Here is a question.  In this high octane lineup why not have Hayward as your PF and Tatum your SF.  Hayward after all played a lot of PF in the playoffs recently and has more mass to withstand the pounding down low.

Good point, although that points to the big weakness in this lineup:  they'd have trouble guarding New Orleans, for instance. And defensive rebounding looks like a disaster with this group.

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« Reply #13 on: September 12, 2017, 05:59:53 PM »

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I can't see this happening at the start of games. Horford will start with Morris, with Baynes as a possibility.

But will happen during some spans, and this is an intriguing lineup.

I agree on all points, and also it's unlikely that we'd see this group at the beginning of the season.

Yes, intriguing. But what about rebounds?

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« Reply #14 on: September 12, 2017, 06:03:06 PM »

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I can't see this happening at the start of games. Horford will start with Morris, with Baynes as a possibility.

But will happen during some spans, and this is an intriguing lineup.

I agree on all points, and also it's unlikely that we'd see this group at the beginning of the season.

Yes, intriguing. But what about rebounds?

Of course, rebounds and (interior) defense are the main concerns.