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Will be NBA's best back-court next season. Discuss. This is truly a thread where I dont know how Nova will react.
This post was edited by fsufsu 14 months ago
Whoops, had Eric Beal for a minute.
I love watching both play right now, they are lighting fast
J Wall just needs to keep working on that ugly ass J but I still love him, he is my mans
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
If Waiters keeps playing like he has the past few weeks then Irving/Waiters alone might be a better combo, but Beal is really coming on now that he has someone to help create him shots.
Either agree with the OP or GTFO
Wall is a worker. He will improve, not sure how good he'll be but he will get better. Beal is going to be a 22.5ppg type SG imo. Stud. They need to quit winning games. They are one more elite talent from Eastern conference contention IMO.
They're good too. That was the one I debated but I think Wall is still got so much more to show everyone. Kyrie is really freaking good though. Even with the Rushmore available in 2016 Brasil I think Irving may be our starting PG.
Wish Beal would have came back. I think we would easily be the best team in the country with him.
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Kyrie Irving and a bag of wet dog poop would be the best young backcourt in the NBA. Kyrie > all.
Time and change will surely (truly) show
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Beal still gotta get his handles right, then he can take the next step. That is something that can be done in an off season, tho.
Once he's able to create more shots for himself, consistently, that backcourt will be pretty good.
I watch the wiz sometimes
But not nearly as much as I used to, when Wall came back I started watching here and there
But yes, I still hate the NBA with a passion
Vasquez and a Healthy Eric Gordon son! Most underrated backcourt in the NBA. Actually have a winning record in the games Gordon has played. Vasquez is 2nd in the NBA in assists and tops in rebounding for PG's, dude will win most improved for sure.. 6'6" PGs don't come around often.
Lin and Harden is a so,I'd backcourt, mainly bc of Harden though
Brandon Jennings and Ellis are solid but under sized
D-will and Joe Johnson are good when healthy
Don't sleep on George Hill and Paul George
Damien Llilliard and Batum are solid too if you consider Batum a 2 guard
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
The Wiz's are finally putting together a solid team full of talent and youth. They are doing what the Thunder did years ago. Since Wall came back from injury the Wiz's actually have a pretty good team. Getting rid of Crawford was a good move IMO, but I don't think they got a value trade. They'll have a top 3 pick in the draft and I'm hoping they take Shabazz Mohammed or the top PF in the draft, but I'd still go for Mohammed. He could be a 2-3 combo with Wall at the 1 and Beal at the 2. That's a deadly back three. Nine is solid in the post so they have to find a very physical PF to make up for Mohammed's height at SF. Looking forward to what the Wizards can do in the next few seasons.
This post was edited by KeepOnDucking 14 months ago
We just need Durant to come home and stop wasting his time with that retard ball hoggin Westbrook
I came in here to say something positive about the Pistons. But then I realized they're the Pistons.
It's Rose and whatever bum they put next to him, everyone else is playing for second place...
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