ME...Originally posted by <b>BLAZER PROPHET</b>!
We have 11 now and we are required to sign a 12th player Who & what position?
Best play-maker: Ryan Robertson
Robertson is the engine for the defending champion Eiffel Towers, with impressive numbers (16.4 ppg., 3.1 rpg., 6.6 apg., 2.2 spg., 56.5%, 39.7% 3FG), and performs well in the clutch. Robertson is not flashy by any means, but is a solid, heady player that gets the job done. He is Eiffel Towers’ most important player and key to their championship aspirations.
Best clutch shooter: Robertson
Robertson is a pressure performer, witnessed by a season-high 37 points in an earlier regular overtime win over MPC Capitals, including an off-balanced three-pointer in the winding seconds to send the game into overtime.
He used to be an analyst for ESPN before they replaced him with Greg Anthony. I don't know if another network has picked him up. If he's not playing, I can't imagine he would be in good enough shape to make a comeback midway in the season.Originally posted by <b>dkap</b>!
If I'm not mistaken, Tim Hardaway is also out of the league this year. I imagine he's still got a bit of go left.
I think Stoudamire's game is ill-suited for any team that list winning as their top goal.Originally posted by <b>BLAZER PROPHET</b>!
Well, anybody would be better than Damon so fas as I'm concerned. I used to support him a lot, but now I think his game is very ill-suited for this team.
He was an analyst for ESPN until he decided to make a comeback with the Pacers.Originally posted by <b>D-Up</b>!
He used to be an analyst for ESPN before they replaced him with Greg Anthony. I don't know if another network has picked him up. If he's not playing, I can't imagine he would be in good enough shape to make a comeback midway in the season.
Strange that it wasn't longer ago Portland would rather send out more players than they would take in in a trade.Originally posted by <b>Ed O</b>!
It seems possible that the team will make a 1-for-2 trade to get up to 12 by the required date.
February 3, which is when Person is eligible to be traded, is within that time frame. Could just be coincidence...
I had thought that he was so bad that ESPN canned him. Thanks for the info.Originally posted by <b>HearToTemptYou</b>!
He was an analyst for ESPN until he decided to make a comeback with the Pacers.
I don't think he's playing this season though.
Cota is doing great playing for Zalgiris. Here are his EuroLeague stats. He's even shooting 52% from 3 but doesn't take them that often.Originally posted by <b>D-Up</b>!
If Ed Cota ever develop a consistent outside shot, he would make a good back up pg, or even starter material in the NBA. He was a good penetrator and a great assist man at Carolina. Still young, too.