anybody interested in shone greene or beanie wells
i didnt expect to add them. but somehow i got them. i also have tashard choice. let me know if your interested in acquring one of them.
i got alex smith anyone interested in him? looking for a te for him.
but im not gonna trade heath for him though.
truth, you got Shonn Greene because you added him to Lions Pack's team, and by time you dropped him from Lions' team everyone was probably already asleep and didn't have a chance to add Greene to their waiver wire pickup.
I have to admit that wasn't one of your better moves as a commish. But if no one else complains then I guess it isn't much of an issue.
Your intentions were good, I'm sure. You wanted to make Lion Pack more competitive, but since you had Greene, Smith, and Charles added to Lion's Pack team, I don't think anyone was allowed to put a waiver claim in for those guys. By time you put those 3 players back in the free agent pool, everyone was already finished looking at fantasy for the night.
But its all gravy.
what would it take to get palmer.
i know that
lol, nice rant kacey
i didnt cheat. honest to god. but if thats how yall feel oh well.
lol. Its all good. I just want the people to know, the people deserve to know the truth (no pun intended).
wanna discuss a trade
Sure, what are you thinking? Don't be thinking you are going to rip me off because that isn't going to happen.
let me go check your team and see what i like.
Your really &$#%#&@! me off cause I swear I was the first one to request Greene off waivers.
who is you in our league
lol thats lemons.
lol yeah i dont blame you that wasnt that fair a trade but if lemons offers me it im not really gonna turn it down.
lol you shouldve let lemons have shonn greene cmon he needs him more than you do.
birdman you still want Hester and Bradshaw?
what would it take to get cassel. i only want him. would you do a henne, greene, collie and heath miller for him and celek.
i wouldnt mind taking hester offf your hands as well.
didn't we discuss that trade yesterday?
Nothing is going to happen. Sorry bro.
kacey is it possible to get shockey from you? let me know
Anything is possibllllllllllllllllleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
well who would you want from my team for him?
kacey dont do that trade Greene is stolen good youll have the police after you.
kacey touch decision hesters a good reciever and bradshaws pretty good but problem is i dont want another running back thats injured i already have Westbrook dont like the Bradshaw injury yes he will play but he probably wont get many carries.
Well, I'm in no hurry to make a deal with Bradshaw. If you want to wait another week to see how he performs then that is cool with me.
Any interest in Sproles instead?
Hester and Sproles for Rice? Don't you have LT?
But its all gravy.
but im not gonna trade heath for him though.
Really? That’s it?
Well, I guess they were basically done by the time they called you — or very close.
Did you replicate the trade as it happened? Or did you give the Hawks a really unfair deal?
Man, I’m from the south, and you get a lot for your money in the south. I’ve been to New York a few times since the trade, and I’ve looked at about 30 different places. No exaggeration.
It’s common for players and coaches to tell reporters how simple basketball is at its core: you move the ball around, and you try to throw it in the basket. They’re oversimplifying things, of course, since any game with 10 men moving in patterns around the floor can be pretty complex to sort out.
One thing that seems handy to know: How do particular players function when they stand in a certain area, or catch the ball there? And how do their teams function in those situations?
But here’s the thing: Despite all those touches and more isolation plays than any player in the entire league (as a share of his total possessions, per Synergy Sports), Anthony only pulled off only 3.1 drives per game in the sample size.
Taken together, these stats tell us that Anthony is an enormously powerful force when he attacks the basket from far outside. Watch video of all his shot attempts within five feet of the rim, as I did via NBA.com’s fantastic stats database, and it’s easy to see why.
Where should Anthony be in New York’s pet sets? How should he arrive at those places? How do the Knicks encourage him to take the right kinds of shots?
The Knicks had no time to build a complex NBA offense last season, and injuries to both Anthony and Stoudemire at different times made the task even more difficult.
New York subscribed to the system midway through the season, so a disproportionate number of Anthony’s drives — plays successful enough to rank him No.1 in multiple categories here — took place during that late-season stretch during which Stoudemire was injured and Anthony shifted to power forward.
But that alone won’t make the Lakers title favorites — not with the Thunder going through the same self-discovery process that the Heat went through last season, and not with questions about Dwight Howard’s back and the general age of the core players. A Lakers team that doesn’t meet something close to its full potential will have a difficult time winning the title.
Bryant is renowned for both his work ethic and his basketball intelligence. If you asked 100 players to name the smartest “basketball” guy in the league, I’d wager Kobe would finish among the top three or four vote-getters. (Nash would certainly give him a run.) Bryant’s footwork in the post is legend.
in any season, according to Basketball-Reference. Those 11 players pulled the trick a combined 23 times, with three players — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, David Robinson and Hakeem Olajuwon — combining for 12. Players 36 or older under that Feb. 1 definition accounted for just eight of those 23 seasons, with the above-mentioned trio hitting the minutes/PER double six times in 36-plus seasons.
Instead, injuries and a lack of postseason success have defined McGrady’s career, and now at 33 years old he seems to have aged at a faster pace than his peers. Even as we talk about how Steve Nash, Jason Kidd and Grant Hill still have plenty left in the tank despite pushing 40, McGrady looks more like a former NBA player.
Given how far his game has fallen off – he hasn’t averaged double figures since 2008-09 in Houston – teams are looking at him as a veteran presence more than a scoring threat, and he isn’t inspiring confidence in teams looking for a veteran voice.