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Old 01-15-2019, 02:40 PM   #376
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LOL at the Hawks having a chance to win this trade. Trae will be fine. Luka is special.
REally? Trae doesn't need to be on the same level as doncic to win the trade. The trade isn't complete yet but if they get another starting level player, it will be close.

It will be interesting to watch over the next several years
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Old 01-15-2019, 03:12 PM   #377
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REally? Trae doesn't need to be on the same level as doncic to win the trade. The trade isn't complete yet but if they get another starting level player, it will be close.

It will be interesting to watch over the next several years
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Old 01-15-2019, 09:18 PM   #378
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Trae was more than fine tonight, as he led the Hawks to a decisive win over the Thunder. 24 points, 11 assists and 6 rebounds.
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I just got back home from attending the Hornets - Kings game tonight. I'm not a Hornets fan; was there to see Buddy and hope for a great game. Buddy had a game-high 24 points, but the Kings lost by 19. They were actually up 13 early in the second quarter, but trailed by 13 at halftime (that's not easy to do). The entire Kings team just went to sleep for about 7-8 minutes, and that was the game.

Buddy was 9-18 (6-11 from 3-point land), but only missed two open shots and didn't have any turnovers. I would have liked to see him be more aggressive (only one rebound and one foul), but the one assist was deceiving. He was hitting guys getting open, but they were just missing shots. All in all, it's great to see how much he's improved from his first few months in the League.

And if you went to the game to see the two Kansas players (McLemore and Mason), it was vital to stay for all 48 minutes since both entered the game with less than two minutes left and the Kings down by 20.
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I just got back home from attending the Hornets - Kings game tonight. I'm not a Hornets fan; was there to see Buddy and hope for a great game. Buddy had a game-high 24 points, but the Kings lost by 19. They were actually up 13 early in the second quarter, but trailed by 13 at halftime (that's not easy to do). The entire Kings team just went to sleep for about 7-8 minutes, and that was the game.

Buddy was 9-18 (6-11 from 3-point land), but only missed two open shots and didn't have any turnovers. I would have liked to see him be more aggressive (only one rebound and one foul), but the one assist was deceiving. He was hitting guys getting open, but they were just missing shots. All in all, it's great to see how much he's improved from his first few months in the League.

And if you went to the game to see the two Kansas players (McLemore and Mason), it was vital to stay for all 48 minutes since both entered the game with less than two minutes left and the Kings down by 20.

He's having a great year. 4th in the league in made 3s behind Harden, Steph, and Paul George. Pretty good company to be in.

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