Discussion in 'Portland Trail Blazers' started by MickZagger, Oct 6, 2022.
He scares me. But a talent like that is worth the obvious gamble.
Shaedon needs to play alongside Dame to work on their chemistry as the future backcourt going forward. Last night was just a taste. Sharpe/Dame combo ends the smallish backcourt nonsense. Look forward, not back. I don't look at the remaining schedule as some sort juggarnaut. I'd even like to see a lineup of Nurk, Watford, Grant, Sharpe, and Dame. Let's experiment with the potential lineup these last 10 games. I don't need to see more of the end of bench guys. The second shift can be Ant as 6th man, Matisse, Eubanks and Nas.
I want to see Sharpe start.... but not if he's gonna start winning us games!
Stunting his growth makes zero sense. Going back to the bench is madness.
Funny seeing so many scared that the Blazers are about to go on a roll. Bench everyone, start the janitor.
If the Blazers are meant to get Wemby, it'll happen no matter where their Draft position, in the Lottery, is.
Twas a joke.
You're arguing for faith over math. Completely nonsensical.
What did math do for us last season?
What is this even supposed to mean? More nonsensical disregard for odds that aren't complicated.
If you finish 6th worst you have 9% odds of the top pick. Finish 8th and the odds are literally cut in half at 4.5%. The difference is significant and is not debatable. What happened before has no impact whatsoever.
You honestly believe this don’t you? I’m baffled by people sometimes.
Watford also hits threes and makes plays for his teammates.
Orlando one again today so they would be tied with the Trail Blazers in the win column if the Trail Blazers had lost last night.
He's like a very very poor man's Randle at this point.
Rooting to lose....what an incredibly odd thing.
You're looking at it wrong. It's not about rooting to lose, it's rooting more for the opponent to win than the Blazers to lose.
I'm rooting to win......... the lottery.
That silly win against ORL is keeping the Blazers from being #5 in the Lottery rankings.
How do you figure? They have three more losses than us
Yes, winning percentage, Portland would still trail. But Orlando would be ahead in wins and only trail by 2 losses..... and wins are becoming fewer and farther between for teams not chasing a Play-In spot. It's much easier at this point to lose games with these groups of bottom feeders.
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