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tense2
Post ID: 435249by tense2 » Feb 05, 2014 - 04:27 PM PST
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Well I think most people understood it was an upgrade....even a guy like you who doesn't use "numbers".

See Dudley/Redick trade thread. Happy reading. wink



                
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Post ID: 435251by tense2 » Feb 05, 2014 - 04:36 PM PST
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Most every (if not every) NBA team has an advanced statistical/matrix dept. It's the sign of the times. http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/wizards/nba-embraces-advanced-ana lytics-as-moneyball-movement-sweeps-pro-basketball/2013/10/25/1bd40e24 -3d7a-11e3-b0e7-716179a2c2c7_story.html http://blog.mysanantonio.com/spursnation/2013/03/05/revenge-of-the-ner ds-how-advanced-stats-took-over-the-nba/ http://blog.mysanantonio.com/spursnation/2013/03/05/revenge-of-the-ner ds-how-advanced-stats-took-over-the-nba/

                
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Post ID: 435263by jarca » Feb 05, 2014 - 05:54 PM PST
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I know what you're saying. You're actually a sensible stat guy who uses stat but it's not the end all be all. Tense on the other hand thinks stats is final and doesn't post anything except links. Lol

                
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Post ID: 435265by jarca » Feb 05, 2014 - 05:56 PM PST
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Demoted to bench and now being shopped. What an upgrade Very Happy

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435266by ClipperPostman » Feb 05, 2014 - 05:57 PM PST
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Screw your advanced stats. Dudley suck ass this season and Caron Last season was way better than Dudley this season.

If you can't see that you need to get your eyes checked.

                
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Post ID: 435270by tense2 » Feb 05, 2014 - 06:00 PM PST
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I though you like the trade at the time. See no advanced stats link. Razz

                
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Post ID: 435273by tense2 » Feb 05, 2014 - 06:04 PM PST
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I never ever said that. Your mind set, not mine. wink

                
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Post ID: 435274by jarca » Feb 05, 2014 - 06:07 PM PST
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I love it so much people called me a hater Very Happy

                
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Post ID: 435275by jarca » Feb 05, 2014 - 06:08 PM PST
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You never say anything except links. That's my point Razz

                
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Post ID: 435277by cleepers » Feb 05, 2014 - 06:18 PM PST
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...or your crystal ball.

I'm pretty sure that nobody had prior knowledge of Dudley's play THIS year... LAST summer.

                
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Post ID: 435278by tense2 » Feb 05, 2014 - 06:20 PM PST
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If it's that big of a problem for (which it sure seems) ya then do yourself a favor and put me on ignore and you won't have to suffer though those links and you can keep on evaluating players by who you "think" is better or whose. To each his own I say.

                
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Post ID: 435281by tense2 » Feb 05, 2014 - 06:30 PM PST
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Though so. By the way, how did you like that Mullens deal since you're on a roll. Hindsight is great, isn't it.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435286by AirGriffin » Feb 05, 2014 - 06:59 PM PST
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Anyway possible we could get Wilson Chandler? I think someone like him is just what the clippers need! Decent 3 point shooter, really athletic, good defender and rebounder, and gets to the line. And he is still 26! Would love to see him come to the Clippers

                
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Post ID: 435287by ClipperPostman » Feb 05, 2014 - 07:00 PM PST
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I like Wilson Chandler. Not sure why anyone in there right mind would give him up for Crudley or barnes.

                
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Post ID: 435289by jarca » Feb 05, 2014 - 07:03 PM PST
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Like Turkolu lol

                
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Post ID: 435292by jarca » Feb 05, 2014 - 07:05 PM PST
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And deprive myself? wink

                
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Post ID: 435293by tense2 » Feb 05, 2014 - 07:09 PM PST
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So far so good. Hope it continues. Don't mind eating some crow if it helps us win. wink

                
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Post ID: 435294by tense2 » Feb 05, 2014 - 07:11 PM PST
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Good, then prepare to suffer. lol

                
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Post ID: 435295by pageC4 » Feb 05, 2014 - 07:14 PM PST
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a couple of people have brought him up. Chandler seems like a good player. It would take a lot of teams involved because the piece they want to trade away is Andre Miller.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435868by -clippernation- » Feb 06, 2014 - 02:40 AM PST
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I'll take anyone at this point. We really do need an upgrade, Barnes and Dudley are trash.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435870by cashdld » Feb 06, 2014 - 02:53 AM PST
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step 1-trade reggie bullock, matt barne and byron mullens for glen davis step 2- trade jared dudley,jamal crawford, and willie green for wilson chandler,randy foye, and darrel arther

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cp3/collison/foye reddick/foye/vujacic chandler/turkoglu griffin/arther/jamison/davis jordan/davis/hollin

                
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Post ID: 435878by Clipperfan9 » Feb 06, 2014 - 09:17 AM PST
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Step 3 - win a championship. Those seem like plausible trades, however for the Denver trade I think we might be getting too much from them, depending on how other teams perceive Jamal's value. But since Nate Rob went out they are in need of a scoring sixth man. Make it happen Doc.

                
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Post ID: 435888by jarca » Feb 06, 2014 - 09:57 AM PST
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Glen Davis with his mid range 15-17 feet jumpers is perfect for this team. But in think he earns 5-7 million range.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435890by cashdld » Feb 06, 2014 - 10:17 AM PST
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tried both trade on espn trade machine and they go through

                
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Post ID: 435950by Agent0 » Feb 06, 2014 - 05:52 PM PST
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Dudley had a good prognosis but hasn't worked out for whatever combination of reasons. Obviously the front office did more homework than "he can shoot three's" in looking to trade for him. Whether it is atmosphere, fit, injury, whatever, he has been below his norm. Hindsight is 20/20 though.

With that said, we're still selling low, and teams know that and would give less than they would at a different time for him. They also know that he's most likely still a solid role player and a different system or situation, or if the injury is actually his main issue as some thought, that resting him for an extended period and bringing him back can get them a decent deal for his production.

I know some people aren't huge fans, but a Dudley for Brand switch makes sense for LAC with Hedo becoming the 3PT shooting SF. Ideally I think if you're moving a Dudley you move Bar we too, but in summer and retool the SF position, but that's me.

Trading for a guy like Brand preserves Bullock on the team.

Denver won't trade Chandler as he's their only real SF and there's no need for them to downgrade at SF. They have a TON of guards off the bench. Hamilton, Fornier, that there's no enticement of Jamal for them.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435955by sz123456 » Feb 06, 2014 - 06:15 PM PST
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^^Brand would help us out a lot, but knowing DTS, he would never sign off on that deal, he holds vendettas.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435958by danielson » Feb 06, 2014 - 08:32 PM PST
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So Deng desperately wants out Cleveland. Dudley, Crawford and Barnes for Deng. This trade also makes Dion Waitters expendable for the Cavs

                
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Post ID: 435959by CapsNClips » Feb 06, 2014 - 08:36 PM PST
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I'd only give them Dudley and Barnes only because we won't be able to re-sign Deng in the offseason he'd be a one year rental, but obviously Cavs wouldn't do that trade.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435962by Agent0 » Feb 06, 2014 - 09:30 PM PST
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Are we really going to pay that much for Deng? How do we fill out the rest of the roster? What are we paying him in the off-season? Why did Cleveland do that instead of just saving mone?

Why does a team with two on ball scoring guards want Crawford? They wouldn't, but Deng would take too much cap for us

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435963by danielson » Feb 06, 2014 - 09:47 PM PST
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The Deng for Crawford, Barnes and Dudley trade worked on the espn trade machine. We still have Hedu and willie as our back ups. Cavs are losing Deng and are desperate.

                
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Post ID: 435964by CapsNClips » Feb 06, 2014 - 09:54 PM PST
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You'd give up 3 players for 1 player that would be a one year rental? That's not smart.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435967by danielson » Feb 06, 2014 - 10:10 PM PST
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Deng 28, is one of the leagues best small forward defender and can score when needed. He's a perfect for the club. Our bench will suffer but I'll put our starting five against anyone. Losing Barnes, Crawford and Dudley frees up 13 million. I can easily see Deng signing 3 years at 33 mil.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435968by itsLuigi » Feb 06, 2014 - 10:11 PM PST
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it would be great if we could get davis for dudley mullens and jamison

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435971by danielson » Feb 06, 2014 - 10:51 PM PST
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This trade also worked on the trade machine. Clippers get Deng Hawks get Crawford and Dudley. This will help their playoff push. Cavs get Barnes, Elton Brand, Deamare Carroll and the Hawks 1st round pick

                
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Post ID: 435974by fullcourt » Feb 06, 2014 - 11:22 PM PST
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Why would the Hawks give up a 1st rd pick for Crawford and Dudley ?

If we wanted Deng you know who we would have to give up? JJ

A relatively young starter on a cap friendly. Since Crawfords deal is cheaper than JJ's it opens up some dollars to resign Deng next year.

Crawford starts and Bullock backs him up taking over for him when Crawfords deal is up.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435976by Dunkathon » Feb 06, 2014 - 11:40 PM PST
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Hm...

Deng is a great player in a terrible situation. I would love to have him, but I'm wary of trading Crawford and all our non-rookie small forwards for a one year rental. Plus, there are two other questions that must be asked:

  1. Will the team do well enough in the playoffs that he won't just bolt after the season's over?

  2. Will he agree to take less money to play with the Clippers?

I would only consider signing him if I knew the answers to those questions would be "yes".

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435978by danielson » Feb 07, 2014 - 12:11 AM PST
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I'm thinking the market for Deng will be somewhere between 3 years 35 million or 4 years 40 million. Deng 28, will be willing to move to la and play with chris, blake and dj. I really do think everyone comes out on top. Cavs get a 1st rounder. Hawks get couple of players that are a position of need for them. They lose their first rounder which will be somewhere in the twenties. That late in the first round you really don't know what kind of player you'll have.Plus trading Barnes, Dudley and Crawford frees up about 13 million a year.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 435984by namzug » Feb 07, 2014 - 06:41 AM PST
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I like Deng, I'm a huge fan of his. I think he would prosper on this team more than anywhere else he could end up. I also don't think he would be here more than a year. Have to agree with @Dunkathon, you don't make that trade unless you are certain he is taking a cap friendly deal at the end (and there is now way you can be certain).

I'd like most trades with Atlanta that get us Carroll or Korver.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 436099by cashdld » Feb 07, 2014 - 09:48 PM PST
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how about this trade http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=mj3gcfl

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 436306by itsLuigi » Feb 08, 2014 - 12:32 AM PST
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http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=myv5whw

                
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Post ID: 436415by -clippernation- » Feb 08, 2014 - 07:45 PM PST
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I'd rather have the players the pacers get in the trade

                
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Post ID: 436434by pageC4 » Feb 08, 2014 - 09:38 PM PST
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I love all these possibilities. Its cool to see ESPN has this feature to allow fans to make hypotheticals. I just hope we get the right trade

                
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Post ID: 436442by Agent0 » Feb 08, 2014 - 10:07 PM PST
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I always like to 1) see the total trade outcome and 2) imagine if I'm a fan of the other team.

Clippers trade: Crawford, Dudley, Barnes, Mullens

Clippers get: Kirilenko, Chandler, Scola, Foye

Not even sure we traded the best player out of those guys but we just ended up massively improving out team. Yea, can't see that even being remotely possible.

Brooklyn trades Plumlee, Kirilenko (one of the leagues best bargains, helping them with their good play) and Evans for Barnes and Dudley. I don't get that though, why?

Denver trades: Chandler, Foye, Miller, Arthur Denver gets: Still seemingly hobbled Granger who is a FA and they won't re-sign because they still have Gallo who had surgery. Willie Green who is worse than Foye and older, Plumlee when they already have a glut of bigs and that's with McGee out,mand who isn't better than Arthur and Mullens who we know is useless.

Yes, Miller wants to go, don't think they want to get 4 inferior players just to try move Miller. They literally get absolutely nothing. The most. Promising thing is adding Plumlee to a team with Mozgov, Hickson, Faried, and McGee also out with injury. That's the MOST promising thing.

You gotta at least throw these teams a bone in some of these trades.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 436469by chonkyfire24 » Feb 09, 2014 - 10:46 AM PST
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the obvious thing to do was trade butler for ariza last year and sign andrew bynum this year. If both those things happened, the clippers would absolutely be the #2 favorite in the west.

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 436470by namzug » Feb 09, 2014 - 10:56 AM PST
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It would be one thing if we were upping their trade value, but the trade value for most of these guys must be at an all time low. Unless a coach has worked with these guys in the past and really liked them, you probably aren't going to get much value in return.

The only way we get decent value in return is giving up assets that teams want. That being draft picks, young players with potential, large expiring contracts that free up major amounts of cap space, followed by good veterans on decent contracts. It depends where the teams are at the moment, as well as their culture as an organization.

So as far as trading Mullens, and Dudley maybe Dantoni is foolish enough to buy.

                
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Post ID: 436472by Agent0 » Feb 09, 2014 - 12:12 PM PST
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Ariza, yes, Bynum, maybe not. We have to remember that our biggest desire is defense. Bynum's movement and pick and roll defense was atrocious this season, and it's never been "good", and it's not like he was good on offense. Outside of random games, overall he was bad on offense and bad on defense, so we can't proclaim him a savior without knowing how much more progress he needs to get to a state where he's actually effective.

Of course, having Ariza might mean no Redick. But I was salivating at the idea of this defensive 1-3: Paul / Bledsoe / Ariza, so of course I wouldn't have complained, but Redick works quite well here.

It might still be possible to get Ariza, but certainly not easy. Washington is aware that they have signed Webster for 4 years and that re-signing Ariza also after they just drafted a SF in Porter might be weird, but Ariza is playing really well for them.

Their need though is a PF, probably one that can score. The other problem is that all the Clippers decent sized contracts aren't expiring, they have at least another year or two on them. At least with expiring, you can sell cap space and flexibility.

What we might be able to do is give luxury tax relief to a team that doesn't want to pay the tax by giving them a slightly cheaper player for a slightly more expensive one, but the Clippers are also trying to avoid any heavy tax burden.

                
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I know the Warriors said something about them be open to a trade with anyone that isn't Curry or Bogut. I'd love Iggy or Barnes but I doubt we have anything they want and I doubt they would ever trade with us.

                
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Post ID: 436504by kjavis » Feb 09, 2014 - 04:30 PM PST
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To put those 2 in the same category is giving crudley too much credit, if barnes is so trash why is he starting 8)

                
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Barnes as a starter: 7.9 pts, 3.9 rebs, 2.4 asts, 1.4 tov, 40.7% FG, 39.5% 3PT, .509 TS%, 100 Ortg, 28.8 MPG

Dudley as a starter: 8.7 pts, 2.2 rebs, 1.6 asts, 1.0 tov, 45.0% FG, 37.9% 3PT, .558 TS%, 104 Ortg, 28.6 MPG

Doc is pretty precise with the rotations, they are playing almost the exact same minutes. To be honest, I was expecting to check the numbers and see Barnes actually producing decently well, even though I know many games I was thinking he wasn't playing so well, but I was just hoping, lol. I'm a bit disappointed.

Barnes has shot the three well lately though, and as a starter, at least there is that. Dudley rebounding better off the bench and Barnes rebounding "worse" as a starter is also interesting, probably because DJ takes all the easy rebounds away so unless they are grabbing those contested ones, the rebound chances are lower. Dudley is doing 4.8 rebs/36 as a reserve compared to 2.8 rebs/36 as a starter. Barnes is doing 4.9 rebs/36 as a starter compared to 7.1 rebs/36 as a reserve.

I guess they've both kinda sucked, and Barnes' scoring rate has decreased as a starter despite better efficiency (which is sad since he still is inefficient), which I suppose makes sense because when you play with those guys, there's a lot more capable scorers, and really why would I want Barnes taking a shot that Blake Griffin, Redick, or Crawford who is in with the starters a lot could take instead?

                
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Post Subject: RE: Clippers Need a SF and a Good Back Up Center Post ID: 436514by clipboard » Feb 09, 2014 - 05:00 PM PST
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If Chris Caveman always played like he is today, we would need him. He had 27 points, in as many minutes and 10 rebounds.

                
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