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Old 11-19-2019, 11:37 AM   #81
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Yeah i still would love Frank on his team. Just dont let him be your primary playmaker. He belongs in a team with someone like Luka, Lebron or Giannis running the show
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Yeah i still would love Frank on his team. Just dont let him be your primary playmaker. He belongs in a team with someone like Luka, Lebron or Giannis running the show
He defends every play, and throws the timing of a lot of passes off, and just generally makes it more difficult for opposing guards to get comfortable.

He does fine getting a team into its offense, and getting the ball to scorers where they want it. He'd be a good secondary playmaker, settling a young team down when they get a little bit out of control.

He has a nice shot, just needs to get consistent with it, and he could look to penetrate a little more aggressively; he may not have the speed to beat small defenders off the dribble, but he could compensate with height and reach.

He should continue to attack the basket like he did against Mavs/Porzingis.

He'll be unavailable to the Mavs now, and if he's available at all, his price has gone up considerably.
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Old 11-20-2019, 06:28 PM   #83
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Pau Gasol waived by Blazers; left foot slow to rehab; coaching role with Blazers anticipated.

Could be a good on-court mentor for KP, if persuadable.
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