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Halo 05-29-2012 12:30 PM

Which New Orleans Hornets' unrestricted free agent should be the top priority to re-sign?
 
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alleycat_126 05-31-2012 07:30 AM

None take all the money and go after Dwight Howard, you got a bargaining chip now...... Howard and Anthony Davis on the same team......

jcp026 05-31-2012 08:12 AM

Kaman. I don't care for Howard any more. Don't like his attitude.

alleycat_126 05-31-2012 09:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jcp026 (Post 409124)
Kaman. I don't care for Howard any more. Don't like his attitude.

Please don't take any offense at what im about to say, It's got to be said though. What the ( $%#) does Howard's attitude have to do with us building a winner? Remove how you feel about Howard now out of the discussion and tell me who the better baller is!!


Howard 20 pts, 14boards, 3blks career avg...
Kaman 13 pts, 6boards, 1.2 blks <---------- Longer career!

Howard current age 26
Kaman cureent age 29 <-------30 next season

If you wanna keep wallowing at the bottom of the West, and then in 3 years lose Anthony Davis to Free Agency then lets keep Kaman ( good additude, no skills, He also doesn't wanna be with the Hornets ) on the team. You can put up with additude from a person who's producing night in, night out if it makes you better.

SmashMouth 05-31-2012 12:12 PM

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Originally Posted by alleycat_126 (Post 409111)
None take all the money and go after Dwight Howard, you got a bargaining chip now...... Howard and Anthony Davis on the same team......

I almost forgot ... this is a big market team now that can afford 3 all stars! :rolleyes:

jcp026 05-31-2012 12:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by alleycat_126 (Post 409139)
Please don't take any offense at what im about to say, It's got to be said though. What the ( $%#) does Howard's attitude have to do with us building a winner? Remove how you feel about Howard now out of the discussion and tell me who the better baller is!!


Howard 20 pts, 14boards, 3blks career avg...
Kaman 13 pts, 6boards, 1.2 blks <---------- Longer career!

Howard current age 26
Kaman cureent age 29 <-------30 next season

If you wanna keep wallowing at the bottom of the West, and then in 3 years lose Anthony Davis to Free Agency then lets keep Kaman ( good additude, no skills, He also doesn't wanna be with the Hornets ) on the team. You can put up with additude from a person who's producing night in, night out if it makes you better.

Chris Kaman is no Dwight Howard and I wasn't saying that he is. Howard isn't coming to N.O. and he isn't a winner.

alleycat_126 05-31-2012 06:29 PM

If im Orlando, and Howard wants out, I dont send him to a comfortable destination.... I send him somewhere where the team is struggling and the city is struggling and there's not good media coverage of the basketball team like there is of other sports........ Guess who that sounds like?

alleycat_126 05-31-2012 06:36 PM

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Originally Posted by SmashMouth (Post 409156)
I almost forgot ... this is a big market team now that can afford 3 all stars! :rolleyes:

Two and a strong third will do...

And San Antonio is that a big market team? What about OKC? You have to start from somewhere, and build something worth sticking around for if your in a small market. Why you think Paul, West, left? This isn't our first go round with first round talent..... I just think if we handle it differently were more like to end up keeping our talent, versus being the training team that watches its talent go to other teams to shine..... Barron Davis, Chris Paul, David West......


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