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Old 08-10-2006, 12:23 AM   #1
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Default House, Rush, Moore

Choose the best suitable Net for the future.

Eddie House is still on the market after the Suns refused to offer him another contract. He has a quick touch and is a streaky shooter

Kareem Rush was waived by the Bobcats. Awesome 3 point shooter. Played well for the Bobcats and Lakers. Smart guard.

Mikki Moore would be a good choice if you want a veteran big man. 7'0. Averaged little over 3 points.

Bostjan Nachbar's resigning would be ok too if they want that, but i doubt it.
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Eddie House - prehaps the best option... the Nets need a shooter... and House is quick too... the combo-guard that the Nets need...

Kareem Rush - i would prefer House over him because Rush's jump-shots are a little unsteady... and he can't play Point...

Mikki Moore - Doubt Nets will sign him... enough big fellas especially when they are extending Cliff Robinson...

sign House...
3 years 10M
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Old 08-10-2006, 07:51 AM   #3
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In terms of shooting, House is the better option, his a little more consistant than Rush, plus Rush got an attitude problem
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Eddie House would be the best option for the Nets. His shooting and run and gun style would be valuable off the bench
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Old 08-11-2006, 10:19 AM   #5
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Eddie House - prehaps the best option... the Nets need a shooter... and House is quick too... the combo-guard that the Nets need...

Kareem Rush - i would prefer House over him because Rush's jump-shots are a little unsteady... and he can't play Point...

Mikki Moore - Doubt Nets will sign him... enough big fellas especially when they are extending Cliff Robinson...

sign House...
3 years 10M

...........traded for him a while ago
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Eddie House would be a better pick up. He would know how to run the fast breaks and can shoot the ball.
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Old 08-11-2006, 07:41 PM   #7
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the only problem with running a fast break is that it is not clear which players on the Nets are capable of running a fast break.

Collins has experiencing outletting quick passes, Kidd runs the break whenever the opportuntiy is there, and RJ is always on the wings.


but other than them, there is often no fast break being pushed...


of course, when the oppoennts transition D lags behind, look for Carter to finish a sweet alley oop, but no.. not many fast breaks..
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