Villenueva & Sessions/Bayless,Fernandez & Outlaw

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  1. armygirl

    armygirl Bench Warmer Forum Donor

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    So now that we are steadily inching closer to D-Day. Rumors are flying all over the place.

    Just heard that the Pistons may have a sign & trade with Bucks for Villinueva & Sessions. Would Villi be a better PF in the Pistons system than Boozer? I really like Sessions also.

    Bayless will be the real deal real soon, Fernandez, don't know much about the kid and Outlaw a pretty decent PF. All I know is that Portland has 4 or 5 draft picks (which by the way they don't need because they are loaded with youth), therefore, they are looking for some veteran leadership

    Hell, you may be able to ship Tay & Rip for some a couple or three of these guys. In addition to gaining some needed athleticism, we can still go after a bonafide free agent.

    I am listening to Sprotstalk Radios around the states, and I am hearing the Pistons name mentioned in quite a few scenarios.
     
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    Who would the Bucks even be interested in? Max's nice contract? Amirs GREAT potential? KB? An olympic gold medalist?
     
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    Then go to option #2. They both are free agents who probably won't command a lot of cash then sign em both.
     
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    I was on the Bayless KOOLAID before the draft last summer. He's really impressive.

    He will be somewhat of a project, but he should be a great PG in the NBA.

    Jerryd Bayless | NBADraft.net
     
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    If they got Sessions and Bynum has been added to the core, what does that say about Stuckey?
     
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    More like shooting guard.
     
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    Tha Locstah First Round Draft Pick 1x Fantasy Champion

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    I second that.
     
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    Ernie the Slow Adult All-Star Forum Donor

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    So it doesn't bother anyone that he can't shoot?
     
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    Tha Locstah First Round Draft Pick 1x Fantasy Champion

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    43% of the time he makes it, EVEERRRRY TIME!
     
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    Stuckey wasn't a much worse jump shooter than Hamilton this year.

    41.4% for Stuck vs. 41.9% for Hamilton.

    NBA Player Shooting Detail stats
     
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    Ernie the Slow Adult All-Star Forum Donor

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    Hot Rod at the 2 might be the first time ever in NBA history that teams back off and dare the shooting guard to shoot.

    On another note, even if he does play the 2 full time that doesn't mean he was a failure at the 1.
     
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    bricalz First Round Draft Pick

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    Ugggghhhh....

    With Stuckey at the 2, we would have the SG with the worst-looking jumper in the history of the NBA.

    I say we really can't do worse with him at the PG spot. He did well considering the circumstances he was put in to replace Chauncey and lead us to the Finals again. Too much expectations.
     
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    Hell put on a set of shoulder pads and play the "Driving Guard" position.
     
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    An undersized Power Forward.
     
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    I see no reason why Rodney Stuckey wouldn't be considered the quickest, best ball handeling Center in the association.
     
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    Sebastian Telfair & Antonio Daniels, anyone?
     
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    Iguoudala would be another one.
     

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