I'll miss that old thread, I had 2000 posts in it. 3
anyways, lol @ saying Bargs is in an inside presense. They also need to believe in BAYLESS as in can be great if given the chance(and hopefully his injuries stop). They need another defensive stopper as they have enough offense. hell, drafting a replacement for Bargs wouldn't be a bad idea either.
Bayless should be the 6th man. He should be able to exploit second units and they might as well capitalize on that. Bargnani is fine as a 4 which is what he will be this year with JONAS coming in. I still hate him and all and will throw something everytime he does a fadeaway brick but he will "do".
Ray seriously won't even need to go through screens anymore to get open. He can just stand at the line and shoot down threes which just isn't fair. The Heat will also be getting a "clutch" shooter that can actually knock down 3s(I don't care if you think Wade/Lebron/whoever is clutch, as far as I'm concerned they really have no one to trust in if they're down by 3 and need to tie the game up except Chalmers).
Lulz, more so bitter that the big 3 has aged and are now being let go for nothing.
However, if you don't think Ray Allen can strongly contribute to whichever team is lucky enough to get him you are mistaken.
I'm definitely not bitter about them aging. Especially Ray Allen.
There's a guy playing in Boston named Avery Bradley we have that's younger and better than Ray Allen. Better than Ray Allen at everything except 3 point shooting and FT's, and he's a 40/80 guy in both of those categories.
Your not bitter about not even being able to rebuild properly by trading off your best players for potential or draft picks? Well alright.
I don't really agree but ya. Bradley is better for Boston going forward sure but Allen is going to end up on a title contender and will be huge for them. There is little doubt in my mind about this. Will likely have a bigger impact in key situations than Bradley will on Boston.
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