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Old 05-13-2013, 05:31 PM   #1
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Default CP3 on Houston or Dallas, what do you think is a better fit?

Houston has a better team, which means better chance to succeed in playoffs, but he has to compete with Harden for the ball. Dallas is not a playoffs team right now with only an old Dirk, but if CP3 comes to town he will be the undisputable No.1 option. Where do you think he will go?
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Old 05-13-2013, 05:32 PM   #2
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Old 05-13-2013, 05:34 PM   #3
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Default Re: CP3 on Houston or Dallas, what do you think is a better fit?

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Houston has a better team, which means better chance to succeed in playoffs, but he has to compete with Harden for the ball. Dallas is not a playoffs team right now with only an old Dirk, but if CP3 comes to town he will be the undisputable No.1 option. Where do you think he will go?

I don't see him going to either team. Not enough weapons. I think he will stay in LAC.
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Old 05-13-2013, 05:35 PM   #4
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Well if he did not leave New Orleans two years ago, Id say it actually is a very attractive destination for him. Robin Lopez > Deandre Jordan, Anthony Davis > Blake Griffin, Eric Gordon > Jamal Crawford, Monty Williams > Del Negro, Greivis Vasquez > Eric Bledsoe. This looks like an upgrade version of the LA Clippers with CP3, except that the bench is worse but well CP3 can always recruit solid bench players like he did last season for Clippers.
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Old 05-13-2013, 05:45 PM   #5
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Well if he did not leave New Orleans two years ago, Id say it actually is a very attractive destination for him. Robin Lopez > Deandre Jordan, Anthony Davis > Blake Griffin, Eric Gordon > Jamal Crawford, Monty Williams > Del Negro, Greivis Vasquez > Eric Bledsoe. This looks like an upgrade version of the LA Clippers with CP3, except that the bench is worse but well CP3 can always recruit solid bench players like he did last season for Clippers.

Thoses players wouldn't be there if CP3 never been traded...
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Old 05-13-2013, 05:49 PM   #6
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CP should stay put and be patient. Not everybody can take a shortcut to a championship like Lebron. He risks landing on another team that won't get the same help for him like the Clippers have. They just need a good coach and more time together.
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Old 05-13-2013, 07:27 PM   #7
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Ny or Atlanta
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Old 05-13-2013, 07:30 PM   #8
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Default Re: CP3 on Houston or Dallas, what do you think is a better fit?

If he does to Dallas they can't afford another max player, don't think Dirk has enough left to make a serious run. Cuban could probably put a good team around him within a few years, but wasn't the whole idea of going to the Clippers to be closer to winning a championship?
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If he does to Dallas they can't afford another max player, don't think Dirk has enough left to make a serious run. Cuban could probably put a good team around him within a few years, but wasn't the whole idea of going to the Clippers to be closer to winning a championship?

Vinny Del Negro and Blake's surprising lack of improvement with his shooting don't necessarily make the Clippers a team that is any closer to winning a title.

If Dirk hadn't been hurt, the Mavs would have made the playoffs.

Hell, even with him missing so much time if they had simply had a PG worth a damn they probably would have made it.
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Vinny Del Negro and Blake's surprising lack of improvement with his shooting don't necessarily make the Clippers a team that is any closer to winning a title.

If Dirk hadn't been hurt, the Mavs would have made the playoffs.

Hell, even with him missing so much time if they had simply had a PG worth a damn they probably would have made it.

More like a center. Collison was good enough. Kaman was pathetic.
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I'm going to say CP3 stays on the Clips.
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Old 05-13-2013, 07:43 PM   #12
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I'm going to say CP3 stays on the Clips.
if the clipper can make a legit contender i'm all for him staying there
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