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Re: Bos/ Philly trade
« Reply #15 on: September 15, 2017, 11:33:46 PM »

Offline tazzmaniac

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Spends more time promoting chick-fil-a and jbl headphones on social media than working on defense

Do you share similar concerns about any other NBA players who promote their "brand"?

There's room for both, but I'd like to see guys spending their summers adding skills, too.
Don't think Fultz has a deal with chick-fil-a but they ought to give him one.  Fultz along with most of the Sixers have been at the Sixers training facility this summer.  Haven't heard much about how Fultz is doing but Simmons is getting rave reviews. 

Re: Bos/ Philly trade
« Reply #16 on: September 16, 2017, 12:43:07 PM »

Offline ThePaintedArea

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Fultz is going to have some issues with the glaring lack of intagibles, mark my words.

That may be. But I'd bet that he will have issues with his knees.

Re: Bos/ Philly trade
« Reply #17 on: September 16, 2017, 01:01:36 PM »

Offline trickybilly

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Korky was my binky from that draft..

I think the only guy Philly would consider offers for is Al, who is almost completely untradable. Al's true basketball value being shamefully underrated has been, and probably will always be, a reality of the NBA media. The guy deserves a chip and I hope he gets it over the next three years. Two would possibly sneak him into the Hall.
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Re: Bos/ Philly trade
« Reply #18 on: September 26, 2017, 04:54:08 PM »

Offline testy

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Maybe Yabusele,Rozier and Morris w/ Bos2018 and Clippers 2019 first , just might get it done

Re: Bos/ Philly trade
« Reply #19 on: November 03, 2017, 06:23:18 PM »

Offline testy

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Maybe we should revisit this trade

Re: Bos/ Philly trade
« Reply #20 on: November 03, 2017, 06:55:28 PM »

Offline RodyTur10

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Maybe we should revisit this trade

What would you give up?
Idiot.

Re: Bos/ Philly trade
« Reply #21 on: November 03, 2017, 07:14:13 PM »

Offline SHAQATTACK

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Maybe we should revisit this trade

What would you give up?

pair of worn sneakers

Re: Bos/ Philly trade
« Reply #22 on: November 03, 2017, 08:16:19 PM »

Offline flybono

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I wonder if we could get Fultz for Kyrie? ;)

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Re: Bos/ Philly trade
« Reply #23 on: November 03, 2017, 09:22:05 PM »

Offline slightly biased bias fan

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Fultz is going to have some issues with the glaring lack of intagibles, mark my words.

That may be. But I'd bet that he will have issues with his knees.

This is why I have always hate any positivity from 'the process'. I hate the concept of purposely being terrible but what I hated more is that they have actually drafted very poorly over the years and no one from the media has said a thing! If your entire 'process' revolves around the draft you'd think that they would hire the best scouts and medical personal available but they only got Noel because of his injuries and they stuffed him up anyways, they got extremely lucky with Embiid as he fell because of his injury history and red flags otherwise he'd been drafted 1st and they still did a poor job managing his injuries, honestly the only good educated pick so far was Saric. They picked Okafor over Porzingis and still no one has said a thing, and again they missed managed his injuries. They got extremely lucky getting the first pick with Simmons otherwise they'd probably have picked Ingram and finally they screw the pooch again with Fultz and give up a valuable pick in the process.

Re: Bos/ Philly trade
« Reply #24 on: November 07, 2017, 05:03:07 PM »

Offline Androslav

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Fultz is going to have some issues with the glaring lack of intagibles, mark my words.

That may be. But I'd bet that he will have issues with his knees.

This is why I have always hate any positivity from 'the process'. I hate the concept of purposely being terrible but what I hated more is that they have actually drafted very poorly over the years and no one from the media has said a thing! If your entire 'process' revolves around the draft you'd think that they would hire the best scouts and medical personal available but they only got Noel because of his injuries and they stuffed him up anyways, they got extremely lucky with Embiid as he fell because of his injury history and red flags otherwise he'd been drafted 1st and they still did a poor job managing his injuries, honestly the only good educated pick so far was Saric. They picked Okafor over Porzingis and still no one has said a thing, and again they missed managed his injuries. They got extremely lucky getting the first pick with Simmons otherwise they'd probably have picked Ingram and finally they screw the pooch again with Fultz and give up a valuable pick in the process.
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