I personally think anyone over the age of 34 should call it a career....
But guys like Mike Taylor and Gerald Green who are filled with loads of potential should definetly be at th end of a teams bench throughout next season trying to get themselves some palytime....my Knicks signed like 8 guys to compete fo roster spots...and i wish we had signed one of these 2
heard he signed with the nuggets, very good pick up for a very strong forward
the blazers also signed ime udoka..
should go 2 the knicks they need a real 2 they only have larry hughes and nate playing the 2
i hate ime and i dont wont that dude on my team fnck outta ime go back 2 the spurs
6'7 192 lbs
Could be a go-to guy IMO if he starts
coming off screens and using his teammates better
I don't know if he should be a complementary player
he should be more of a catch and elevate 4 jumper/slash to the rim for dunk
good player he should watch:
Rip Hamilton 6'6 190
Agree or disagree?
A TEAM LIKE HOUSTON..WITH YAO MING out for the entire year They SHOULD'VE SIGNED ANOTHER BIG MAN...
I think Wally Sczerbiak and Stromile Swift are the two best available on that list.
Voskhul signed a one year non guaranteed contract with Dallas
my thoughts on gerald green. He still has a lot of potential, but I've given up on waiting for it to show up. He is a great athelte, but he is soft as tissue paper. Unless he has an open lane to the hoop, he doesnt' go strong or play through contact. This means he often has to settle for jumpers and he really isn't even a very good shooter. He tends to shoot off balance instead of squaring up. He gets punked on the defensive end too. He needs to hit the weights hard or spend an entire summer just working on his jumper, one or the other.
I copied and pasted it from a site, so dont attack me if someone has been signed...
As for Wally Szerbdocfjkbbcvehfjgvhtkgfj, How much do you guys think he still has left in the tank?
And Gerald Green can be a really good playr imo, if given the minutes...surprised hes not on a roster yet, hes still only 23, and his potential is sky high...
Im also a fan of Mike Taylor, dont know why the Clippers cut him..for Sebastian Telfair?! A young, athletic point guard....i he can develop his PG skills, and shooting,i can see a poor mans Rose/Westbrook
And then you have guys like Tinsley, BJackson, and Dixon, who may be up there in age..but can still provide servicable minutes for a team in need
I wasn't attacking you man, I was just updating the list, that was just today that Voskhul got signed, I know everyone on here likes to keep up with team rosters and such so I was just letting everyone know. Stackhouse has been working out with Atlanta all summer and apparently he is looking pretty good, I wouldn't be surprised if they added him for the veteran minimum this season.
who know what's so remarkable about that list? except for a few guys, all of these guys were studs in college, at big time programs! That list only backs up my claim that the NBA is the hardest professional sport to enter and remain in
I dont think Atlanta should do that..they have Johnson, Crawford, and Evans...all capable 2-guards
But hey....J4F, if you were to take the best of the FAs left, and put them all in Seattle, how many games do you think they'd win? lmao..
My All-FA lineup would be:
PG: Mike Taylor
SG: Wally Szerbiak
SF: Gerald Green
PF: Stromile Swift
C: Robert Swift
6th: Stephon Marbury
LOL....They'd have a record of 4-78
Leading Scorer: Wally Szerbiak 7ppg
Leading Assister: Stephon Marbury 2apg
Leading Rebounder: Stromile Swift 1 rpg
Hey magikKnick, you should put that roster together in the espn fantasy league. I'll be seeing you in week one.
Yea man, you are more than welcome to do that in my league. BTW, llprez22, you should join.
i will join
Stromile Swift just signed with Philly
I'm cool with being in just 1 league already, but thanks for the invite. Somebody from this site actually emailed me about finding a league and I recomended they hit you up.
green would lead in scoreing wit 27.6 6 rebs and 7 asts 2.2 stls ,1.7blk. wit 54 wins in the east if everybody good retired
LOL...That roster in fantasy would be interesting, haha
I think Mike Taylor has signed with someone but I forget who, Also not that Murray is gone, Wally may sign one with Denver where he can take Kleiza's minutes. Also that is so much young talent coming in the league that until they add another expansion team, the will be a lot of players that are good that will not be on teams. Hopefully team will start spending wisely and also building team better not that they have a surplus of overall talent.
Well Denver signed Joey Graham, traded for James White and Arron Afflalo, plus they still have JR Smith..so i dont see them having a need for Wally
He might end up being the 12th man on a contender because i just dont see him getting signed right now
And Stromile Swift got signed by the Sixers
Anywho...whos the best still available?
Oh. Sweet man. Thanks for the recomendation. Sry we cant have ya.
So did Bonzie Wells get signed??
Chucky Atkins he's been signed ha
Greg Buckner sum 1 will sign him
Juan Dixon can still play
Gerald Green not worth the hype i guess
Jason Hart teams aren't interested for a reason
Bobby Jackson the Kings could use a pg still
Damon Jones he can shoot but anything else
Brevin Knight can still play
Tyronn Lue can still play
Stephon Marbury needs to see a shrink
Anthony Roberson a 3rd stringer if that
Jerry Stackhouse retire if he's not healthy
Salim Stoudamire should be better
Mike Taylor been signed by sum 1
Jamaal Tinsley needs to get in shape
Jacque Vaughn can still be a back up but he can't shoot
Mike Wilks needs to move onto a diff. league
Melvin Ely sum1 will sign him
Joey Graham signed by Nuggs smart move
Stephen Graham probably will get signed
Raef LaFrentz needs to retire
Mark Madsen can he play?
Donyell Marshall too many DNP's
Darius Miles waste of talent
Malik Rose thankfully not on the Knicks anymore
Wally Szczerbiak probly can play if he's healthy
Stromile Swift can dunk & block shots
Ime Udoka probly will get signed
Antoine Walker needs the money which is sad
Calvin Booth needs to retire
Chris Mihm can probly play if he's healthy
Robert Swift he has size and can rebound
Jake Voskuhl 3rd string filler
Lorenzen Wright retire he's another Clipper bust
I THOUGHT U GUYS KNEW about BASKETBALL until i read this post...AND READ HOW you fellas are talking about Gerald Green like he's an allstar in waiting...Coming out of high school he was compared to TRACY MCGRADY...AND WAS mentioned as a top 3 pick...BUT doing pre-draft workouts scouts saw that he was a great athlete that couldn't play defense...Had no real basketball fundamentals and had no work ethic..that's why he fell that low in the draft..SEVERAL TEAMS signed him hoping they would be the lucky one he could blossom with... But his weaknesses outweigh his great athletic skills..I think if he had went to college we will now be talking about how does he rank in the same group of other top shooting guards in the league.....
Come on man. Do ya need the info??
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