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  2. I am guessing that the Caps won’t resign Holtby and could even look to trade him now. I love the guy but the business side of it makes it tough to keep him long term.
  3. CRobi21

    The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

    Who don't love Barry O?!
  4. Seriously doubt we'll want to pay Hagelin anyway, for what he does.. I'd think either Connolly or Burt are also gone. We're not in a cap friendly place.. It was huge moving Niskanen, but that still doesn't leave enough to sign but "maybe" one of those 3..
  5. Hagelin is, at best, a bottom 6 guy that can help with PK.
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  7. Hagelin’s acquisition coincided with the Caps driving possession again in transition, becoming the best team in the NHL until Kempney went down. If Kempney doesn’t get hurt, the Caps would have been a juggernaut entering the playoffs. Unfortunately, he did get hurt and then Oshie got hurt. Offloading the black hole that was Niskanen (possession wise) will help, but Hagelin was a god send in transition.
  8. Momma There Goes That Man

    Presidential Election 2020 - ManChild vs Adult

    Trump was the favorite and ahead in the polls in July 2015 and never really relinquished that lead for the rest of the primary. You idiots flocked to him once he started opening his racist moronic mouth.
  9. StillUnknown

    Some More Cops Who Need to Be Fired

    they were looking to kill a black person and get a paid vacation for doing so they are pissed their hustle was interrupted
  10. Mahomes is smart to call this out and make it his key focus this offseason. I was just watching last year's Chiefs vs Seahawks game the other night (below), and it was apparent that Mahomes still has a lot to work on in regards to his accuracy the pocket. He was inaccurate there pretty much the whole game, though he made some incredibly accurate and jaw-dropping throws when on the move, especially in the 4th quarter. But he bails out of the pocket too fast, and too frequently. With better footwork and timing in the pocket, he wouldn't need to extend as many plays. Teams that limited him last season were those that controlled the edges of the pocket, so it's good to know he improving this aspect of his game. Anyway, this game was a fun watch. It reminded me how disgustingly accurate Russell Wilson is - in the pocket and on the move. He throws such a beautiful ball. I sometimes imagine how much success we could've had as a franchise this decade if we had drafted Kuechly or Cox in round 1 of the 2012 draft and Wilson in round 2. What could've been...
  11. PeterMP

    ***2019-2020 NBA Offseason Thread***

    1. Green doesn't bring you much in a trade. He's clearly slipping, he's in the last year of his contract, he's got a strong personality, and hasn't played with a lot of different people to vouch for him. I could see San Antonio taking a chance with him. They've got a respected coach and front office, pretty low key veterans, aren't really a championship contender, but also don't have clear path to get better. I doubt the Celtics would make that move. They still have plenty of youth, and you'd have to worry about Green's personality would affect the team and the young players. 2. I'd be surprised if Cousins is back with GS, but not shocked. I don't think the demand is going to be there that some people think. He's still getting older and now has an achilles and a quad tear in the last 2 years. He's also not a rim protector or somebody that can switch. The Raptors were running picks to get him manned up against van Vleet. 3. I do think GS just needs to max Thompson and KD. They don't really have another choice, except for to completely tear it down (trade Curry) and start over, which doesn't make a lot of sense. Maybe they could do what the Clippers did.
  12. CousinsCowgirl84

    Some More Cops Who Need to Be Fired

    Roid rage... that is some scary ****... dude shouldn’t be a cop.
  13. Probably smokes fags too...
  14. @Riggo-toni I don’t think Bolton would have ever suggested backing down from a red line once announced.
  15. Hasn’t Iran threatened to shut down shipping through this particular body of water many times in the past? Maybe I’m remembering it wrong. It seems premature to discuss war. There is evidence, and so the reasonable course forward is to continue to investigate it. Iran doesn’t have the power to make war against the US. They don’t even have the power to survive such a war. Not their government anyway. There is no ticking clock in this situation. Not yet. So why not call for investigations? The international community could even eliminate Iran’s physical presence in those waters. Iran could choose to accept that or make war (and commit suicide). There is no good reason the options have to be reduced to war or not war. Other than politics, anyway.
  16. Berggy9598

    Some More Cops Who Need to Be Fired

    How will this get spun.
  17. Whereas Trump is a blatant imbecile, I suppose that one might reasonably argue that people like Bolton and Wolfowitz are intelligent, despite a litany of policy disasters and no genuine successes. Both are pathological ideologues which renders them immune to reason, changing circumstances, or calculated actions. When denouncing Iran, it's always about the past 40 years; never, say, the last 20. That's because they have often been on the right side of history the past two decades. Even after the destruction of priceless artifacts and harboring of Al Quaeda, the US continued to give tens of millions of dollars to the Taliban right up to 911. The Iranians, meanwhile, were supporting the Northern Alliance...the guys we eventually used to fight the Taliban we had created. It was Iran's Al Quds forces who defeated ISIL on the ground, whereas the half billion we spent in Syria ended up in the hands of Jihadists. Iran has supported brutal Shiite militias, but it is our supposed allows the Saudis who are funneling American materiel into the hands of rebranded Al Quaeda groups and promote the Salafist theology that is the backbone and breeding ground of Islamofacism and terrorism.
  18. justice98

    Presidential Election 2020 - ManChild vs Adult

    I think Trump proved it more than disproves it. He was only in it for the money and didnt care about winning either. Even on election night he didn't think he was gonna win. And even then, he was a charismatic celebrity. These jokers are as anonymous and dull as longshot candidate could be.
  19. BenningRoadSkin

    Trump and his cabinet/buffoonery- Get your bunkers ready!

    Good thing I’m not a Bernie Bro or MAGA troll. I linked an article from The noted Bernie Bro or MAGA troll, The Independent in the UK, where the owner of the ship described what happened. Our corporate media is saying something else. It’s not like his hasn’t happened before with the Iraq war build up. Why would Iran bomb a Japanese owned ship when the Japanese prime minister is in their country?
  20. Define "war", like officially declared? We are always at war with someone the last 100 years, troops on the ground shooting somewhere or drone striking somewhere else now.
  21. He is a smart guy, have you read any of his books? His diplomacy credentials really can’t be questioned, he’s been playing the game for a long time.
  22. The “Bolton is a smart guy” angle is an interesting take.
  23. Messages sent to Jones? Or sent from him?
  24. "The US withdrawal from nuclear deal doesn’t give Iran the right to attack commercial vessels in one of the world’s most important shipping lanes." True. It gives them the right to produce a nuclear weapon. (It was intentionally designed that way.)
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