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Which of these is likely OJ Mayo's fate.

Which of these is most likely OJ Mayo's future/faith. 1) Mayo gets traded, and become a Ray Allen type All-Star guard for a different team. And makes Memphis regret. 2) Mayo stays and sign a long term contract w/ Memphis, and plays 2nd or 3rd option to Gay and Randolph. A career 15PPG scorer. 3) Mayo stays and resigns long term deal w/ Memphis. And start to realize his potential and become a 20PPG scorer and become Memphis' best player 2-3 years from now. 4) Mayo becomes a journey man like Cuttino Mobley, and plays for several team throughout his career and be an average NBA guard 14-16PPG. 5) Be a 6th man for another team and be a Ben Gordon type player off the bench.


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how about 6.) He gets traded

how about 6.) He gets traded to a team that can use him and he blossoms back into a good all around shooting gaurd who can score 20+ on any given night.

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^^^^

Which is what #1 was.

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Nah, Ray Allen arguably the

Nah, Ray Allen arguably the best shooter ever, and is a top 50 scorer ever too, that's quite more than just being a 20 point scorer.

JJeff6's scenery is more like number 5) but without the bench thing

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I thought this was a post

I thought this was a post about what Mayo's religion was... You meant fate.

I'll go with either four or five though. Most likely five.

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I dont see him being Ray

I dont see him being Ray Allen though hah. so you can say #1 w/o ray allen and im not 100% sold hes gonna be an all-star.

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I would love to see OJ play

I would love to see OJ play alongside Rose in Chicago. No idea how that would happen but yeah. I can dream

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Number 5.

Number 5.

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I'll go with Hinduism, Islam,

I'll go with Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism, or Pantheism...nah but forreal i'll go with number 5...He should be a better ben gordon...

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I hope his faith is strong.

I hope his faith is strong.

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I'm going #1

I'm going #1

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I'm not sure what his future

I'm not sure what his future holds, but it isn't being underutilized and underachieving in Memphis. OJ is either gonna go be "The Man" on a crappy team like Minny, or he'll go be a useful player on a legit team. No way he stays in Memphis after his contract is up, assuming he's not already been moved. I could see his most realistic option though as a better scoring Mobley. Like someone said.

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#1 or 4. I would love if the

#1 or 4. I would love if the Jazz figured out a way to use AK's contract to get Mayo. If would have to be a 3 team trade. Mayo would be the perfect 2 that the Jazz desperately need.

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I am going to go with either

I am going to go with either #1 (minus being like Ray Allen just an All Star Caliber player and make Memphis regret it) or #5.

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