Is he dare I say it, elite?
>niggas so buttblasted they immediately have to try to rationalise his effort
>the new big three will be Durant, Green, Curry
>all that versatility
mfw it's fucking happening
Denver is already starting the tank, bruh. Mudiay is a bust and they want Simmons bad.
Call me when he scores 81 points against a playoff team and scores 63 points in three quarters against a legit contender.
The Knicks might not be a bottom ten team.
Denver is definitely a bottom 5 team in a one man draft. They should do everything they can to become the second or third worst team in the league.
HOLY FUCKING SHIT 29 POINTS GIVE HIM THE MVP RIGHT NOW OMG
It's unreal how good the warriors team can be
>possibly the greatest shooter in NBA history
>in tandem with all star guard in klay thompson
>supplanted by draymond green, who now looks like he can play/guard all 5 positions on the floor
>bench depth from iguodala, jack, rush, and others
I still don't think they're at their ceiling yet either
>Inflated stats due to curry getting all the attention
What? Even if this were true, Curry could just as easily feed him the ball anyway to pick up assists. Are you so autistic you have to call everything you don't like a meme?
curry is already an off guard now basically with draymond playing point forward
with durant you could just have him take up the ball, and make green just chill on the 3 line like bosh did
>>bench depth from iguodala, jack, rush, and others
i wish, jarret jack was fucking amazing ._.
its livingston now, who although he has a wet af baseline jumper, just isnt quite as swag as jack was
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>he can handle well for his size, he has vision, a feel for the game, but most of those things require him to have the ball in his hands. And at the next level, he simply doesn't have the upside to be given the ball.
>The thought of Green ever playing PG is pretty stupid.
>Green isn't a PG at any level. Just idiocy.
>I'm a big time Green fan. As a college player. He's not going to be able to guard anyone, he's too athletically limited to do anything off the dribble at either the 3 or 4, he's not a spot shooter.
>I think of Green as an aggressive Marquis Daniels... a SF who can play backup PG at a pinch... ideal for any team looking for someone to take over the PG/SF roles when starters are resting