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The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

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On 10/24/2019 at 8:21 AM, Rocky21 said:

I think I like his outside shot but he through up a -17 last night.  Ughh. 

 

+16 tonight

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Two games in Rui looks like an NBA starting PF, no slow start for him like we've seen from rookies recently.  He's hit the ground running.  Looks like the talk of Bryant being much improved is legit too.  Beal will eventually find his shot, so I'm not worried about that. 

 

OKC is a wasteland all of the sudden.  That team is awful. 

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Just tuned in for the second half. 

 

I think it's funny Drew Gooden is doing commentary. Makes sense I guess since he just retired.

 

Can't leave Aldridge open.

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Rui is so damn talented offensively. It’s only three games but he is not afraid of the NBA game and imposes his presence on the court. The anti-Otto Porter,

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Been saying it for a long time... I fear Demar DeRozan more than any guard in the league. Dude kills us.

 

This was the first game I have watched this year and I do like this squad. IT was nice tonight, Bertans, TB looking strong. Nice effort.

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Bertans was on fire.  Terrible play by Beal not kicking it back out to him on that final play.  Blah.

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1 minute ago, StillUnknown said:

if Bertans keeps up his shooting, he should be able to be flipped at the all-star break

For who?

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Glad I recorded this game, I should've been clicked over, but I can't yet.  So loyal, so much pain.

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Just now, StillUnknown said:

 

draft capital most likely

Might as well keep him.

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42 minutes ago, -JB- said:

Might as well keep him.

 

nah, doesn't fit with our timeline really. he can help a team in the playoff this year. if the new front office is as smart as we hope, they will recognize the benefit of getting additional assets for him

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3 minutes ago, StillUnknown said:

 

nah, doesn't fit with our timeline really. he can help a team in the playoff this year. if the new front office is as smart as we hope, they will recognize the benefit of getting additional assets for him

He’s young tho only 26.

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1 minute ago, -JB- said:

He’s young tho only 26.

 

wow i thought he was in his 30's at least

 

why the hell did the Spurs let him go? uncharacteristic bad move from them

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1 minute ago, StillUnknown said:

 

wow i thought he was in his 30's at least

 

why the hell did the Spurs let him go? uncharacteristic bad move from them

You'll love this.  They got rid of him to make room to sign Marcus Morris, who later changed his mind and signed with the Knicks instead.  Pop was big mad about how the whole situation played out. 

 

Wizards front office was on their game that day.

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6 minutes ago, StillUnknown said:

 

wow i thought he was in his 30's at least

 

why the hell did the Spurs let him go? uncharacteristic bad move from them

That’s what I’m saying man.  He’s only in his 4th season and with added minutes he could really breakout .  I like his skill set.

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