Game Day: Blazers (6-2) @ Suns (6-2), Sat 11/5/22

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Re: Game Day: Blazers (6-2) @ Suns (6-2), Sat 11/5/22

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Wally_West wrote:
Sat Nov 05, 2022 9:07 pm
If Okogie could just learn to shoot…
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Can they steal Josh Hart somehow? I'd love to add him to this roster.

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Would probably need Lillard to get hurt or for Portland to collapse…they’ve looked pretty good so far.

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After last night's game, Biyombo is tied for third in the NBA for blocked shots at 2.3 per game.
Forget about Sarver--keep your eyes on the prize.

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LazarusLong wrote:
Sun Nov 06, 2022 8:55 am
After last night's game, Biyombo is tied for third in the NBA for blocked shots at 2.3 per game.
I loved JaVale for us but he was rollercoaster Biz plays much more within himself, is more of the banger we need against big bodies like Nurk and gives us the same kind of athleticism on both sides of the ball. He also isn't costing us $5+mil a season.

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ShelC wrote:
Sun Nov 06, 2022 10:19 am
LazarusLong wrote:
Sun Nov 06, 2022 8:55 am
After last night's game, Biyombo is tied for third in the NBA for blocked shots at 2.3 per game.
I loved JaVale for us but he was rollercoaster Biz plays much more within himself, is more of the banger we need against big bodies like Nurk and gives us the same kind of athleticism on both sides of the ball. He also isn't costing us $5+mil a season.
Biz has been wonderful for us; way beyond any reasonable expectation. But I do still miss and prefer McGee. I liked that JaVale could give us something on offense, and I just liked his energy and enthusiasm. Biz is also very athletic but plays a more workmanlike style. I feel like JaVale is a good locker room guy and gets the others amped up. And I really like his length and shotblocking and rebounding. They're both great backup centers IMO and any team is lucky to have either of them. Though I think Dallas overplayed by trying to make him a starter on a multi-year contract at this point in his career.

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