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"Thomas has made a successful return from a serious hip surgery, but is still finding his offensive rhythm, shooting 5-of-26 from the field over his past two games. Around the Cavaliers, there are no worries: Thomas will find his way, but must continue to be aggressive. There had been moments he passed when teammates expected him to shoot, almost second-guessing his shot selection rather than sticking to his gut and true game."So... which is it? He has an agenda, he shouldn't be shooting... or he's not being aggressive enough.
Aren't the Clippers poised to, potentially, clear a ton of cap space this offseason?
I'm not honestly sure if Deandre makes them better. Can you really play Deandre in crunch time against the Warriors? Isn't he a downgrade from Thompson in terms of his ability to defend smaller players on switches?
https://sports.yahoo.com/another-blowout-loss-lebron-james-puts-cavs-notice-064240100.htmlDoes doc pull the trigger or help us by not doing it? I don't see why doc does it. Clippers been winning recently
If the Clippers and Doc rivers have half a brain they do not entertain any deal that doesn't get them the Nets pick.Thompson is an under sized over payed role player in a role that can easily be filled at his 16mill price point. I think they are better off letting Jordan walk in the off-season rather then take on Thompson's deal for little more then the Cavs late 1st. If the deal is Thompson and the Nets pick then 100% trade Jordan. I suspect the Nets will finish in the 10-14 range and while not a spot that they will likely find a star a player like Mikal Bridges, Miles Bridges or Kevin Know could be a valuable piece for them moving forward.As for the actual game on the court. I would love to see the Cavs land Jordan. He limits them in late game situations with his FT shooting and likely pushes them back to playing Love more at the PF.