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    This is the dumbest idea I have ever heard. You can't just collect a bunch of tall guys and expect to have a successful team. You also need to know how high they can put their leg on a wall.
     
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    I play deep center field. He is your best protection when the game is getting out of control and the game is out of the dirt.
    I vote for Harper.
     
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    I think there's some blueadams in my rational as well.

    I'm not cutting Andre Drummond to sign 3 non-descript swingmen. (That would be stupid. I'm going to bring him off the bench to anchor the 2nd unit with 4 non-descript swing men for 15 minutes a night.)

    Tell me what's crazier, signing Liggins for a year hoping you can teach him to shoot corner 3's and play a role or paying Jerebko 5-something million per year for 4 years to do nothing like we just did?
     
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    Does Liggins know any Chris Jerebko type characters?
     
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    it's Summer League in las Vegas and you know it's Austin Daye's time. He played Center. Lead the game in rebounds with 9, and score 14 points.
    1 of 8 from the 3 point line.

    And What a bad start for Noah Vonleh. 0-13 shooting. 0 points.
     
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    Patric Young and James McAdoo are 2 of the undrafted players that most impacted me that any team didn't draft. So i'm following their summer league games.

    Patric Young (New Orleans Pelicans) 11 points - 13 rebounds in 19 minutes yesterday.
    James McAdoo (Golden State) 6 points (3-11 FG) - 3 rebounds in 31 minutes.

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    Other stats that cought my eye:

    Otto Porter (Washington) - 25 points (11-16 fg) - 7 rebounds - 28 minutes
    Glen Rice Jr. (Washington) - 22 points (14-16 FT)
    Gary Harris (Denver) - 33 points (10-17 FG) (5-10 3p) - 6 rebounds - 7 personal fouls
    Shabazz Muhammad (Minnesota) - 27 points (10-24 FG) - 11 rebounds (7 off) - 31 minutes
    Justin Holiday (Golden State) - 29 points (9-15 FG) - 13 rebounds - 32 minutes
    Tony Snell (Chicago) - 27 points (10-14 FG) - 32 minutes
    Doug McDermott (Chicago) - 10 points (2-8 FG) - 5 rebounds - 4 assists - 31 minutes
    Trey Burke (Utah) - 11 points (4-12 FG) - 4 rebounds - 4 assists - 3 turnovers - 29 minutes
    Dante Exum (Utah) - 10 points (4 - 10 FG) - 27 minutes.
    Rodney Hood (Utah) - 9 points (3-13 FG) (1-10 3p) - 8 rebounds - 28 minutes
     
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    Otto Porter is a good player. He is in a terrible situation in Washington.

    I remember when McAdoo was going to be a first round pick. Why did he fall so far?
     
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    Because he sucks.
     
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    13/07/2014:

    Patric Young (Pelicans): 10 points (5-6 FG) - 6 rebounds - 29 minutes
    Julius Randle (Lakers) : 10 points (4-9 FG) - 2 rebounds - 21 minutes
    Andrew Wiggings (Cavs): 13 points (3-11 FG) - 3 rebounds - 29 minutes
    Anthony Bennet (Cavs): 13 points (5-8 FG) - 14 rebounds - 0 personal fouls - 31 minutes
    Austin Daye (Spurs): 10 points (3-11 FG) - 5 rebounds - 23 minutes
    Nik Stauskas (Kings): 10 points (3-10 FG) (2-4 3p) - 34 minutes
    Noah Vonleh (Hornets): 10 points (3-10 FG) - 18 rebounds - 32 minutes
    P.J. Hairston (Hornets): 22 points (6-20 FG) (6-13 3P) - 27 minutes
    Derek Schroeder (Hawks): 30 points (9-14 FG) (3-4 3P) - 4 assists - 8 turnovers - 38 minutes
    Doug McDermott (Bulls): 31 points (7-12 FG) (5-9 3P) - 1 rebounds - 1 assist - 27 minutes
    Gary Harris (Nuggets): 9 points (1-12 fg) (0-4 3P) - 5 rebounds - 31 minutes
    Jabari Parker (Bucks): 11 points (4-15 FG) (2-6 3P) - 11 rebounds - 6 turnover - 29 minutes
    Seth Curry (Suns) - 26 points (7-9 FG) (5-7 3P) (7-7 FT) - 22 minutes

    Sick block from Miles Plumlee to Jabari Parker!!
    Plumlee Stops Parker | NBA.com

    I read Bennet lost some 10-15 pounds. Maybe he can start contribute?
     
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    Mcdermott with 31 points, 1 board and 1 assist?
     
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    On like 12 shots.

    That is insane
     
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    Summer league "specialist". Still.
     
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    Bad game for Patric Young with 8 points (3-8 FG) - 5 rebounds - 2 blocks in 30 minutes
    James McAdoo 14 points (5-11 FG) - 8 rebounds - 7 personal fouls - 5 turnovers - 33 minutes.

    I saw a little bit from Utah vs Milwaukee...
    Rodney Hood (Jazz) was on fire shooting threes! 29 points (11-16 FG) (7-10 3P) - 5 assist - 2 steals - 27 minutes


    And to quote @del@del : Summer league specialist Austin Daye had a great game, of course.

    Austin Daye (Spurs): 18 points (5-12 FG) (2-5 3P) - 11 rebounds - 5 assists - 28 minutes
    Noah Vonleh (Hornets): 13 points (4-6 FG) - 5 rebounds - 27 minutes
    P.J. Hairston (Hornets): 18 points (6-14 FG) (3-6 3P) - 35 minutes
    Jeremy Tyler (Knicks): 19 points (8-12 FG) 8 rebounds - 7 personal fouls - 28 minutes
    Nik Stauskas (Kings): 15 points (6-8 FG) (3-4 3P) - 26 minutes
    Bruno Caboclo (Raptors): 12 points (3-10 FG) (3-9 3P) - 7 turnovers - 22 minutes
    Russ Smith (Pelicans): 14 points (6-15 FG) (1-1 3P) - 10 assists - 5 rebounds - 3 turnovers - 27 minutes
    Andrew Wiggings (Cavaliers): 10 points (4-8 FG) (0-1 3P) - 6 personal fouls - 3 steals - 2 blocks - 3 rebounds - 28 minutes
    Nerlens Noel (Sixers): 12 points (6-10 FG) - 6 rebounds - 4 blocks - 2 steals - 7 personal fouls - 29 minutes
    Shabazz Napier (Heat): 8 points (2-8 FG) (1-3 3P) - 1 assist - 6 personal fouls - 25 minutes
    Amath M'Baye (Clippers): 27 points (9-15 FG) (2-4 3P) - 8 personal fouls - 4 rebounds - 27 minutes
    Dante Exum (Jazz): 6 points (2-6 FG) (1-4 3P) - 3 assists - 30 minutes
    Trey Burke (Jazz): 0 points (0-6 FG) (0-2 3P) - 6 assists - 6 rebounds - 25 minutes
    Jabari Parker (Bucks): 14 points (6-14 FG) (0-1 3P) - 2 assists - 2 rebounds - 4 steals - 28 minutes
    Justin Holiday (Warriors): 26 points (9-18 FG) (4-8 3P) - 32 minutes
    Julius Randle (Lakers): 14 points (5-11 FG) - 4 rebounds - 3 assists - 5 turnovers - 1 block - 28 minutes

    Some highlights:
    Crazy dunk over Caboclo:
    Fair Throws Down the Nasty Dunk | NBA.com

    Great spin move and Dunk from Wiggings. The rook can jump..
    Wiggins' Sick Spin and Slam | NBA.com
     
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