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Bad teams with the most upside.

If you were a young, hot shot head coach and had your pick of the bad teams in the league to coach... which one would it be and why? Pistons? Wiz? Cavs?

If it was me I would want the Pistons job. The combo of Drummond and Monroe would be too much for me as a coach to pass up. In two years those two could be running the league. Knight is a nice player and you have a great glue guy in Kyle Singler. Also having some bad contracts coming off the books isn't a bad thing. Plus what's looking like one more top 5 pick before you get into that better of the bad teams area.


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Wizards or Cavs.

I like Washington because John Wall has the potential to dominate the game on both ends othe court. Bradley Beal compliments Walls game. They have vets in Nene and Okafor that can be moved to clear cap or for 1 or 2 role players and they have a chamce to draft another great addition in thos draft.

Cavs are a good look as well but I feel like their best players get hurt too.much. Irving and Waiters rarely played together this season.and.Kyrie isnt the Pure Pg i thought he was. He is more of a gilbert arenas type and idk how far that will get you.

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I'd like to include the

I'd like to include the Hornets with Davis, Gordon, Rivers, Vazquez, Aminu, and even Darius Miller. Also the Twolves with Love, Rubio, Shved, and Williams. But I'd have to go with the Cavs as well because it's a star driven league and I KNOW Irving is a star, Drummond has star potential.

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My take

I like the wizards job also. Kevin seraphim and Trevor booker coming off the bench are underrated role playing big men. I like what wall and Neal can create with the vets in nene ariZa and okafor. As for the cabs I don't agree with hotrods assessment of kyrie. Just because kyrie scores a lot doesn't mean he isn't a pure point. He's doing what he has to right now because his team isn't that talented. Also I think he's just trying to put the league on notice. Kyrie is a offensively complete point guard

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Wizards or Cavs.

FiI understand what you are saying about Kyrie he is the modern day PG. But i always thought he would be better as a CP4 3 type. When you are playing with a bunch of role players you have to get them going and give th.em confidence. I feel like he will be more dangerous as a pass 1st PG. Its hard to double team a pass 1st PG

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il take the kings and for

il take the kings and for whatever reason id blow it all up from scratch. not really an upside tho lol

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I like the Hornets. They

I like the Hornets. They seem to have a few building blocks, but are still likely to get a couple other mid-high lottery picks to add talent and they don't have too many really clogged positions. They are a little bit of a blank slate. They just need to sort out the situation with Eric Gordon. Some teams, like the Kings or Timberwolves, have some nice players, but just seem to have really muddled rosters/rotations.

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