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ILLEFEX 05-26-2008 11:20 PM

Re: Realistic Expectations
 
deng and kirk12, both of you guys have good points on this, really.....chicago and miami can go both ways on this and they'll be good.......chicago can go with rose and lots of people from chicago will be happy, if they go with beastly, other half of those people will be happy.....don't get me wrong, i love the bulls just as much as you guys do.......but, either way the bulls go on this, miami is gonna be good for years to come......if they end up with rose, imagine rose and wade......if they end up with beastly, wade and beastly....just imagine those combination..........

and i have to be honest tho, if we look at the biggest need for the bulls.....we have to go with beastly......hinrich is not a bad of a pg, so we can work with that......we need low post scoring, and beastly is right there for us to take.............but, the way i look at it, rose is one of a kind player.......he might not put up the best numbers in college, but he does the smallest thing on the court that makes the biggest impact, like assist and getting other guys open..........he wasn't first team all american, but there's a reason why they went to the finals...........

deron williams wasn't the best pg in college during his years at illinois, but he was a big reason they almost went undefeated and went to the championship.....

and also, another reason i want rose is because we have more value in our guards than our forwards......so, if we get rose.....we probably have more takers for either hinrich, gordon, and hughes than thomas, noah, or gooden........

trig 05-27-2008 01:19 AM

Re: Realistic Expectations
 
I'll go for Rose
-this league is becoming more of a guard orriented league
-inside players doesn't get calls as much as they used to
-chris paul, tony parker, deron
-atlanta drafted forwards instead of a pg and regret it
-Chicago needs a leader
-Chicago needs someone that can get 8-10fts and Rose has the potential
-Rose will make the other bulls players better (deng, tyrus, gooden, noah) more than beasley(Kirk, Gordon, hughes, Thabo) imo

Chitown sports 05-27-2008 03:21 AM

Re: Realistic Expectations
 
I don't understand why so many people point to Chris Paul and Deron Williams as premiss for the league being a "point guard league." The fact is they are talented, just as Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett are talented and the power forward position was the trend a few years ago. It just so happened that a couple of extremely talented point guards entered the NBA simultaneously; it has nothing to do with the style of play in the NBA being conducive to the point guard position. With that said, both Rose and Beasley will provide the Bulls with a legitimate go-to guy or talent, which is the only trend and necessity for winning a championship. It is my opinion, Beasley's impact will be more immediate and and requires fewer moves with the current roster. Rose is a great player as well, but his selection would require more to be done with the current roster. Just my humble opinion.

captainkirk 05-27-2008 08:41 AM

Re: Realistic Expectations
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ABTY7
So we could go back-and-forth on who is the correct pick to make- in the end the fact is we're going to be a better team next year regardless of if it's Rose or Beasley so heres the real question(s):

Who do you think will be the next head coach?

What do you expect for the team this upcoming season?

When do you think we will be a legitimate title contender again (if ever)?

41-41

an assitant who wants to step up or a player who's just finished his career

when something change at the top of bulls organization

KaptnKirk12 05-27-2008 01:49 PM

Re: Realistic Expectations
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Chitown sports
I don't understand why so many people point to Chris Paul and Deron Williams as premiss for the league being a "point guard league." The fact is they are talented, just as Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett are talented and the power forward position was the trend a few years ago. It just so happened that a couple of extremely talented point guards entered the NBA simultaneously; it has nothing to do with the style of play in the NBA being conducive to the point guard position. With that said, both Rose and Beasley will provide the Bulls with a legitimate go-to guy or talent, which is the only trend and necessity for winning a championship. It is my opinion, Beasley's impact will be more immediate and and requires fewer moves with the current roster. Rose is a great player as well, but his selection would require more to be done with the current roster. Just my humble opinion.


Mainly what I have been saying. I agree.


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