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Pokerface 07-25-2009 07:27 PM

Should the Nuggets Sign Coby Karl??
 
Do you think the Nuggets should sign Coby Karl? He had a solid showing in the LV Summer League. He isn't a flashy player, but, he appears to be reliable and could be a good player off the bench. I believe that with the addition of Afflalo, M. Allen, Coby, and perhaps Marcus Williams, the Nuggets would have a stronger team than last year. Do you agree?

paguy1955 07-25-2009 07:45 PM

Re: Should the Nuggets Sign Coby Karl??
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Pokerface
Do you think the Nuggets should sign Coby Karl? He had a solid showing in the LV Summer League. He isn't a flashy player, but, he appears to be reliable and could be a good player off the bench. I believe that with the addition of Afflalo, M. Allen, Coby, and perhaps Marcus Williams, the Nuggets would have a stronger team than last year. Do you agree?


Why do you think they traded Sonny Weems? To open up a spot Coby Karl. He will make the team.:no: :no:

1~Gibson~1 07-25-2009 09:49 PM

Re: Should the Nuggets Sign Coby Karl??
 
I've never seen him play but i think he'll be signed.......because the coach is his father :lol (not saying that he cant ball though)

kurple 07-26-2009 06:33 PM

Re: Should the Nuggets Sign Coby Karl??
 
Yes we should.

He is a player who can play PG/SG/SF, has a great bbal IQ, plays D, understand his role and can hit the open J

Geandily 07-26-2009 06:47 PM

Re: Should the Nuggets Sign Coby Karl??
 
He seems to have improved a lot this year, although I'm worried that if we sign him Karl is going to go reverse nepotism on us and give him little to no minutes.

But if his jumpshot stays consistent I say that he's exactly what we need.


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