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Old 03-10-2013, 10:27 PM   #46
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Default Re: Should Chicago Have Traded Noah?

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LOL, no. No on half of the list. First, Smith, Ilyasova and Young are PF's who are playing PF. Iguodala is playing the 2 this year.


Ilyasova and Ariza are comical choices. Chandler is an 8th man who just started shooting over 40% two nights ago. Barnes is a great piece off the bench. None of these guys are anywhere near as good or as productive this season as Deng.


Hayward is currently not as good, period. Rudy Gay has not had a very good season and is still more talent than impact. And, really, you're just making shit up.


Deng is a glue guy, he's a very good rebounder, he's one of the best defensive players in the league. He's scoring over 16PPG and his shooting is hardly as bad as you suggest. He's a solid passer who helps run the offense. He gets paid maybe a little too much, but as was already said he got paid after a huge series. But it's fair to consider the way the team is constructed. It's a tough, gritty half-court team. His percentages has dropped these last two seasons, as there is no Rose and the team is grinding out more. He puts up solid numbers and he has more team impact than the numbers suggest.

Pretty much. Bulls fans have every right to complain about boozer, and 13mil is too much for deng but it's not a team killing contract. He's fine. And way better than Matt Barnes lol
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Old 03-10-2013, 10:43 PM   #47
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Default Re: Should Chicago Have Traded Noah?

It's probably best for the Bulls to just keep Boozer. Even though he's overpaid, Boozer does seem to play hard. You're only getting back an Amare or a Bargnani and I'd rather have Boozer honestly.
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Old 03-10-2013, 10:46 PM   #48
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It's probably best for the Bulls to just keep Boozer. Even though he's overpaid, Boozer does seem to play hard. You're only getting back an Amare or a Bargnani and I'd rather have Boozer honestly.
Boozer ain't worth his contract, but as you said...the Bulls could do a lot worse. I really like Boozer's game, honestly.
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Old 03-11-2013, 01:25 AM   #49
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Smh at these Bulls fans hating on all our players. Find another team if you don't like this one. Bulls just need Rose that is all.
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