Heinkesss backkkkkk

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Heinkesss backkkkkk

For the Denver Broncos as an analytics consultancy! He truly is talented has something to bring to the table that can benefit any organization and I’m truly happy to see him back in sports! He is the reason we are the truth!!! Bottom line ______________________

Trust it!!!


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Good for him. He undoubtedly

Good for him. He undoubtedly had analytical knowledge and deserved another pro sports shot if he was interested.

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Hinkie good lord. Why is it

Hinkie good lord. Why is it so hard for you americans to to this?

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Maybe this sort of role is

Maybe this sort of role is better suited for him than effectively being in charge of trades. He can use his analytical tools to look at players and identify deals etc.

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Can you

name a trade he didn’t win?

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Depends on how you define

Depends on how you define winning. Hinkie won big on some trades, but not on all of them.

Thaddeus Young for Luc Mbah a Moute, Alexey Shved, and a future first round pick that became Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot is a hard deal to call a win so far.

Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen for Danny Granger and a second round pick was a loss in turns of talent. Turner was and still is the best player in that deal.

Spencer Hawes for Earl Clark, Henry Sims, and two second round picks was far from a win as well.

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