who do you think has the best front office and why.
just message him if you want to ask him something. my goodness
you come on here acting like your the ambassador. i made this thread because i wanna debate with him which should open up the floor for everyone else to join and debate as well. this is a Basketball site you know. i think you got it confuse with facebook.
yourself a point for being an ass.lol
truth your funny.
What do I have to do to get someone to specifically ask for my opinion?
I don't know if I'm allowed to answer but I think the Spurs have the best front office based on how they have drafted, continuity of players and coaching, professionalism from top to bottom, and a lack of drama/criminal charges. Other than their games being reaaaallly boring most of the time, they are the perfect franchise. They look like they should wear short shorts they play so old school. Tim Duncan is one of the best leaders of all time in that he never has to say "as a leader of this team, blah blah blah" he just does the damn thing and everyone knows TD is BOSS.
If you wanted to open the debate floor to everyone then why title the forum 'gatorheels' and direct it towards him? I don't think you really thought it though... Just sayin.
exactly mr duke. thetruth wanted to talk directly to gatorheels, who i respect very much on here but a simply message will suffice. if you wanted everyone on heres opinion then you would have simply asked the question who has the best front office
but to answer your question it if definitely the spurs. they let no trade secrets out. you dont know that they have done a deal until its done which is simply amazing their group is so respectful of each other. they have a mission and dont wander from it. sure they were handed tim duncan which obviously wasnt skill but they have always stuck to defense and surrounding duncan with the best possible talent and their team has been great
truth- that is a tough question I would have to think about that for a while. Here is a quick answer though off the top of my head: The two teams that kind of jump out at me are Oklahoma City & Chicago.
The Thunder haven't necessarily always drafted the most talented players but they have picked high character guys. I think the GM/coaches really understand the importance of team chemistry & attitude. The Thunder organization also has a strong understanding of finances. Financially they are in excellent shape, at least in the next 5 years or so.
With Chicago you have to think about the success they had in the Jordan Era but also their future looks pretty bright as well. They have drafted well above average in the last 5 years in my opinion. This team is also in great financial shape. They have loads of young talent & the money to continue to add quality free agents. Somebody in that front office knows what they are doing.
The Spurs are solid too.
people on here want to give me negative points. thats fine. go ahead and take all of my points. idc. im only here for basketball not popularity contest. but to answer my own question. i would say the blazers. they have a vey smart gm in kevin p. they draft well . they make sure they lock up their core players in roy and aldridge.