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dula dibiasi
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"too early for all-star talk?"


  

          

who's on your ballot?

i think i've got:

harden
curry
durant
davis
cousins

westbrook
butler
lillard
george
jokic
aldridge
thompson

...

james
adetokunbo
irving
derozan
drummond

horford
love
oladipo
porzingis
beal
embiid
lowry

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poor tobias :(
Dec 28th 2017
1
lol damn
Dec 28th 2017
2
part of me doesn't want porzingis to get an all star nod
Dec 28th 2017
3
either PP or Chauncey was saying this exact thing on Christmas...
Dec 28th 2017
5
Boogie, AD, Wall, Towns, Booker, Bledsoe.
Dec 28th 2017
4
FYC: Jayson Tatum and Otto Porter
Dec 28th 2017
6
I have 0 doubt Tatum will get his all-star bids soon
Dec 28th 2017
7
they do so little heavy lifting tho
Dec 28th 2017
8
Tatum is the best 3PT shooter in the NBA right today.
Dec 28th 2017
9
and 104th in attempts
Dec 28th 2017
10
      I wasn't comparing him to Klay Thompson.
Dec 28th 2017
11
           Who on dula list would you take off to add tatum?
Dec 28th 2017
12
                that's why i asked ppl to make their own list.
Dec 28th 2017
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                I think you’re 100% correct in all your posts in this thread
Dec 28th 2017
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                Sure. Replace Zingis with Tatum.
Dec 28th 2017
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                     welp as long as you don't expect that to happen...cool.
Dec 29th 2017
28
                     Oh, I don't expect it to happen, duh.
Dec 29th 2017
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                     lol. cmon.
Dec 29th 2017
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                          We agree.
Dec 29th 2017
40
                               on that point, sure.
Jan 11th 2018
43
lol, you're treating this like an MVP discussion
Dec 29th 2017
33
      if this were an MVP discussion
Dec 29th 2017
35
Maybe if there were about 10 injuries or a lack of stars in the league.
Dec 28th 2017
14
Drummond starting is just to troll me, right?
Dec 28th 2017
15
I think I'd actually start horford tbh.
Dec 28th 2017
16
      Nah but Process Twitter was real mad
Dec 28th 2017
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MARCUS SMART FOR ALL STAR
Dec 28th 2017
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RE: MARCUS SMART FOR ALL STAR
Dec 28th 2017
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^^^ KEEN PEEPOLOGY
Dec 28th 2017
22
egregious obvious flops. tony brothers is a fucking clown.
Dec 28th 2017
20
King flopper harden got a dose of his own medicine and a preview of the ...
Dec 29th 2017
24
RE: King flopper harden got a dose of his own medicine and a preview of ...
Dec 29th 2017
25
borderline calls, sure
Dec 29th 2017
27
      Harden also has to know better, re: the second one.
Dec 29th 2017
31
           Honestly, shit like that is why I don't ride with Harden.
Dec 29th 2017
37
                Watching this unfold last night
Dec 29th 2017
38
how was the NBA out here rockin a 2 man officiating crew, doe...
Dec 29th 2017
26
for a regular season game???? nah
Dec 29th 2017
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      gotcha
Dec 29th 2017
32
to quote my friend:
Dec 29th 2017
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In 30 years of NBA watching, I've never seen that called once.
Dec 29th 2017
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RE: too early for all-star talk?
Jan 11th 2018
41
Aldridge deserves it, honestly.
Jan 11th 2018
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cgonz00cc
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1. "poor tobias :("
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and smh at 2 ASG starters, 1 for each game over .500

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Cenario
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2. "lol damn"
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>and smh at 2 ASG starters, 1 for each game over .500

-The Knicks’ coaching search still includes a lone frontrunner, Kurt Rambis, whose qualifications for the position include a strong relationship with Jackson and a willingness to take the job.

  

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3. "part of me doesn't want porzingis to get an all star nod"
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defenses have been handling him pretty well recently. he needs a real pg..


i know kanter is a monster but i'd like to see prozingis on the glass a little more

-The Knicks’ coaching search still includes a lone frontrunner, Kurt Rambis, whose qualifications for the position include a strong relationship with Jackson and a willingness to take the job.

  

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5. "either PP or Chauncey was saying this exact thing on Christmas..."
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regarding Kris on the boards.

...private when I fly, ball out like Bron do. You in the game, but you sit n' coach like Tyronn Lue - Royce

  

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4. "Boogie, AD, Wall, Towns, Booker, Bledsoe. "
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6. "FYC: Jayson Tatum and Otto Porter"
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Thu Dec-28-17 12:32 PM by Frank Longo

  

          

https://twitter.com/andrewdbailey/status/946407333717872640

Players in the East, ranked by the AVERAGE OF THEIR RANKS in Box Plus-Minus, Wins Over Replacement Player, Win Shares, Win Shares per 48 Minutes, Player Efficiency Rating, Real Plus-Minus and Real Plus-Minus Wins.

1. James
2. Giannis
3. Irving
4. Horford
5. Lowry
6. Drummond
7. Oladipo
8. Otto Porter
9. DeRozan
10. Love
11. Kemba
12. Vucevic
13. Embiid
14. Tatum
15. Dinwiddie


In a just world, Porter and Tatum get All-Star consideration. They’re more efficient/two-way than some of the players who will make the team.

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7. "I have 0 doubt Tatum will get his all-star bids soon"
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Otto might never make one just because he's happy putting up an efficient and consistent 15/5 to help win more than padding so he gets those all-star numbers.

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8. "they do so little heavy lifting tho"
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the celtics havent won anything yet, and the wizards arent going to

role players in the ASG is a privilege for Finalists (at least) imo, no matter how efficiently they do it

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9. "Tatum is the best 3PT shooter in the NBA right today."
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He's also the most efficient 4th quarter scorer.

Combine that with his terrific defense and the fact that he's on the current 1st place team in the East, the team with the best road record in the East, and I think he merits serious consideration.

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cgonz00cc
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10. "and 104th in attempts"
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an efficient 3rd option is still only a third option

is that more impressive than Klay and Tobias shooting 3.7 percentage points worse on double the volume?

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Frank Longo
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11. "I wasn't comparing him to Klay Thompson. "
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Thu Dec-28-17 03:45 PM by Frank Longo

  

          

I was merely saying he's worth All-Star consideration and forming the argument. Atlanta got four All-Stars in the East in 2015, and they never won shit. They were just *winning.* Only two games ahead of Boston at this point in the season too.

(Granted, they kept winning at a high rate past this point in the season. But my general point remains.)

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12. "Who on dula list would you take off to add tatum?"
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-The Knicks’ coaching search still includes a lone frontrunner, Kurt Rambis, whose qualifications for the position include a strong relationship with Jackson and a willingness to take the job.

  

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dula dibiasi
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13. "that's why i asked ppl to make their own list."
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it's easy to just say "this guy should be there too", but there're only 12 slots.

i wouldn't take any of those east guys off for porter, tatum or harris.

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21. "I think you’re 100% correct in all your posts in this thread"
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23. "Sure. Replace Zingis with Tatum. "
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Tatum is the better shooter. Averages more assists, more steals, fewer turnovers. Tatum is five inches shorter and thirty-five pounds lighter than Zingis, but he only averages one rebound fewer per game. Defensively, Tatum is unquestionably the better and more versatile player. Tatum's 4Q numbers are superior. Tatum's a key component on the best team in the East, whereas Zingis is a Top 4 usage player in the NBA on a sub-.500 team. I could easily argue that if you doubled Tatum's usage that he could score four more buckets per game and match Zingis's scoring numbers.

I understand that Zingis will get it over Tatum. I hear that argument, duh. But if you want me to make an argument for my guy on that list? There it is.

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28. "welp as long as you don't expect that to happen...cool."
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i mean, wall ain't even on dula's list.

-The Knicks’ coaching search still includes a lone frontrunner, Kurt Rambis, whose qualifications for the position include a strong relationship with Jackson and a willingness to take the job.

  

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30. "Oh, I don't expect it to happen, duh."
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I mostly just wanted to point out that, as people are making these lists and they're getting down to the last 2-3 guys in the East, Tatum is worth consideration. He's closer to AS quality than some may think.

He'd need for Boston to be at, like, 12-13 losses by the ASG and he'd need a couple of injuries to stars to have a realistic shot as a rookie/third guy on a team. If those two things happened, I'd start beating the drum a lot more passionately. As noted in the list I originally posted, he'd probably be at the tail end of my Top 15 in the East.

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39. "lol. cmon."
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>Defensively, Tatum is
>unquestionably the better and more versatile player. Tatum's

lolz. Porzingis is an elite rim protector (1st in the NBA in defensive FG% in the restricted area, 2nd in BLK%, 3rd in BPG) and anchors his teams' defense. He's clearly the higher impact defensive player.


>4Q numbers are superior. Tatum's a key component on the best
>team in the East, whereas Zingis is a Top 4 usage player in
>the NBA on a sub-.500 team. I could easily argue that if you
>doubled Tatum's usage that he could score four more buckets
>per game and match Zingis's scoring numbers.

Exactly - Tatum is a component surrounded by a really good team. He doesn't have the burden of carrying a team like Porzingis does. KP has to do way more by himself as the focal point on offense and the defensive anchor on the other end. If Tatum had to carry the scoring load like KP does he could score more, sure (although matching KP's scoring numbers would be a stretch - you don't just double your usage and automatically add 10ppg that easily.) And his efficiency would also drop + it would take a toll on his defense as he would have less energy to expend on the other end (and he would also average more turnovers as he has a higher TO% than KP.)


>I understand that Zingis will get it over Tatum. I hear that
>argument, duh. But if you want me to make an argument for my
>guy on that list? There it is.

Tatum's really good and is worthy of being in the discussion for all-star consideration. but this is basically a "given the minutes" argument.

<------- deGrominate

  

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40. "We agree."
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>Tatum's really good and is worthy of being in the discussion
>for all-star consideration.

Literally my first and only point. We agree.

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43. "on that point, sure."
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>>>Tatum's really good and is worthy of being in the
>discussion
>>for all-star consideration.
>
>Literally my first and only point. We agree.

It quite literally was not your only point, but ok.

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33. "lol, you're treating this like an MVP discussion"
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>the celtics havent won anything yet, and the wizards arent
>going to
>
>role players in the ASG is a privilege for Finalists (at
>least) imo, no matter how efficiently they do it


they're borderline of course, and I don't get up-in-arms about All-Star bids either way, but they deserve consideration.

  

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35. "if this were an MVP discussion"
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i wouldnt be talking about role players at all

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14. "Maybe if there were about 10 injuries or a lack of stars in the league."
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There's not.

So no.

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15. "Drummond starting is just to troll me, right?"
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16. "I think I'd actually start horford tbh."
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drummond's played well tho.

btw, did you hear simmons' embiid take on the new ringer pod?

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17. "Nah but Process Twitter was real mad"
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Simmons is just trolls Sixer fans nonstop now. It’s pretty great.

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18. "MARCUS SMART FOR ALL STAR"
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didn't see a daily post, but Smart just goaded James Harden into two bad offensive fouls with <8 seconds left to steal the game.

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19. "RE: MARCUS SMART FOR ALL STAR"
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jason tatum had like 4 defensive stops by himself at the end, now leading the league in 3 pt fg percentage and 4th qtr defensive stops

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22. "^^^ KEEN PEEPOLOGY"
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20. "egregious obvious flops. tony brothers is a fucking clown."
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24. "King flopper harden got a dose of his own medicine and a preview of the ..."
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They'll always be fraud as long as harden plays like a bitch

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25. "RE: King flopper harden got a dose of his own medicine and a preview of ..."
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>They'll always be fraud as long as harden plays like a bitch


And that's why they r going to need Paul in the playoffs. Harden has a tendency to do way too much in the big spots....

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27. "borderline calls, sure"
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but harden extended his forearm in the first one and smart definitely had position and the second he had just been called and warned (I bet if it were mid second quarter, he'd have gotten T'd up for bumping into smart w/ the ball and talking) and ran into smart's position.


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31. "Harden also has to know better, re: the second one."
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You literally *just* were called on the last play, it's a road game, and the ref *just* had a talk with the two of you before the inbound attempt. Zero sympathy from me on that shit.

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37. "Honestly, shit like that is why I don't ride with Harden. "
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He's got to be the only big star in the league dumb enough to realize, "Okay, I can't do that shit AGAIN."

  

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38. "Watching this unfold last night"
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I was stunned Houston didn't bring other players in the front court to make that entry pass easier. If memory serves me right, Ariza had problems making that entry pass before the first offensive foul was called.

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26. "how was the NBA out here rockin a 2 man officiating crew, doe..."
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like...you really don't have a backup official on deck?

...private when I fly, ball out like Bron do. You in the game, but you sit n' coach like Tyronn Lue - Royce

  

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Cenario
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29. "for a regular season game???? nah"
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seems a bit much for the fraction of 1% of nba games a ref goes down

-The Knicks’ coaching search still includes a lone frontrunner, Kurt Rambis, whose qualifications for the position include a strong relationship with Jackson and a willingness to take the job.

  

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32. "gotcha"
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...private when I fly, ball out like Bron do. You in the game, but you sit n' coach like Tyronn Lue - Royce

  

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34. "to quote my friend:"
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"I love Marcus Smart as much as I hate Marcus Smart."

he is often beyond frustrating to watch, but then makes up for his mistakes nearly every time and I have to love him.

  

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36. "In 30 years of NBA watching, I've never seen that called once. "
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That was some amazing flopping.

  

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dula dibiasi
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41. "RE: too early for all-star talk?"
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it is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts. - sherlock holmes

  

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Ryan M
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42. "Aldridge deserves it, honestly."
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23/9/2 while leading that team to the 3 seed without Kawhi is impressive enough - but even more so in taking into account his disastrous year there last year.

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'18-'19 LA Lakers

James. Ingram. Ball. Kuzma. Stephenson. Rondo. Caldwell-Pope. Deng. Zubac. McGee. TBD...

  

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