Dude is no avg 22 year old player when it comes to management telling him things.
I think parsing the words of a 22 year old for clues about what business decisions will be made my Pelican's management is a reach.
I agree with this, right now the only reason I would fire Monty is that we get word the Tom Thibodeau is available and that he would take the job. But
I get the feeling AD already knows or has a pretty good idea of what will happen to Monty and that's why he didn't flat out say he wants him back.
This thread is pointless until MM (or someone else who shares his position) defines what value is.
Let me put it this way. Every team in
Both are bench players, one is costing $5m a season while the other is costing $10m.
He was asked point blank dosed he want him back and AD had the opportunity to flat out say YES I want him back or Of course I want him back. Instead he
People are really looking at this far too simply. The whole "What can I get if I just move Tyreke" isn't how trades normally work and I don't
Using this strategy is not "exploiting a team's weakness," it is exploiting the lack of a rule . The NBA is a game with a constantly evolving
That was designed for Davis on the block, and he had single coverage on the block, but Tyreke hesitated, so Davis leaked out and the rest is history.
He's the same guy who wrote the Pels would not make the playoffs with 30 games left.....enough said.
He would have a more limited role if Jrue could stay healthy.
My biggest issue with Tyreke was what we gave up for him and his role.
I can't take back the trade so what I advocate for at this point is
"And though he defers the credit, it was Williams' tactical acumen that put the Pelicans into the playoffs this year, diagramming that after-time-out
Will not happen no matter how much doc and Cp3 cry to the league
I like Lou and I like reke sometimes both bench players imo