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Old 03-25-2016, 09:25 PM   #16 (permalink)
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He (Joseph) did a little too much for my liking tonight. When the offense was sluggish he was trying a bit too hard, kept the ball to himself and it hurt us on a few possessions. But overall he's great. Just a few bad decisions.

Great night for JV though!! Good to remind us who's our number one 5 and why!!!
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It's easy to pick on JV while he's out. But I'd never sell him out to keep Biyombo. Remember when we had no real center and we used Bosh? Now that we have two .... and given how long it took to develop JV, there's no way I want to see him moved. I'd rather that we trade PatPat or Ross instead.

And I don't want to be signing Biyombo at some ridiculous number either. I truly love what he brings and how he complements JV at the 5 to give us two very different options but not for a Ross like contract (who then fizzles in yrs 1&2). If he wants to stay, sign with what we can reasonably trade and afford.
I think that people are getting too caught up in the specifics of the way Golden State does things and they're failing to realize that the REAL innovation is flexibility - the more flexible you are, the better able to flow seemlessly through multiple styles of play - the better you are.
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No more questions on just how solid JV is!! I'm so glad to have him back in the lineup and active again.... Never any doubt! If Carroll comes back and gives us half as much value I'd be happy and running to find a bookie....
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.....the REAL innovation is flexibility - the more flexible you are, the better able to flow seemlessly through multiple styles of play - the better you are.
Very, very, well said and the versatility we have now is unbelievable. And as good as JV is I love having Biyombo as a backup and a totally different type of player. Pluses all around. Even if we can't keep him, we've got him now and that's all that matters ;-)
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Could this be a breakout season for JV? He had tough summer with Lithuania national team but started the NBA season with high note.
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Could this be a breakout season for JV? He had tough summer with Lithuania national team but started the NBA season with high note.
Yes!! I think it could be his year. Without Biyombo as a distraction he's free to develop his offence ... what we really need is for the Raps to finally start using him more on offfence. If you watch he's usually open near the basket.
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