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Serious question - has there ever been a player in the history of the NBA that had his dunks blocked more than Tristan? It seems as if that straight up with two hands move he uses results in the ball being swatted more than it does in a dunk. Last year, I thought it was just a matter of adding some upper body strenth. It seems to be more than just that.
Kyrie out 4 weeks with fractured finger.
Kind of hard to close out a game without your closer (Kyrie).
i watched this pistons game. ugh they got off to a terrible start but did kind of claw their way back in the second half. poor sideshow bob Andy its like its all on him. does anyone know when or roughly when Irving is supposed to be back? before the end of the year I hope?
Get ready for several months of Andy trade rumors. I expect OKC and Boston to be among the top suitors, given that they have some young talent and enticing draft picks to offer.From a business perspective, it makes sense. And I would love to see AV get a chance to play for a title. But it still pains me to think where this team would be without him. He has nine straight games of 15 or more rebounds. His stat line from the last 5 games is...... 15/22, 20/18, 20/18, 19/17, and 17/18. That's insane.
Andy is 30. He can't do what he does for much longer. The guy is going to lose a step is the coming years when, if all goes as planned, we MIGHT be ready to compete. Don't get me wrong. I am more on the fence than my posts my suggest with the idea of trading Andy. On the one hand, you want to maximize his value. On the other hand, maximizing his value might be keeping him around and letting his work ethic, heart and desire rub off on our younger players.