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2020.09.12 06:30 hpspnmag Have you seen these "[character] once said" edits circulating on Twitter?

Jackie Burkhart once said...
Steven Hyde once said...
Leo once said...
Kitty Forman once said...
Red Forman once said...
Bob once said...
Laurie Forman once said...
Eric Forman once said...
Donna Pinciotti once said...
Fez once said...
Michael Kelso once said...
Edit to add: Midge once said...
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2020.08.04 23:21 ob1knob33 Season 6 is irritating me

A lot of people say season 8 is bad, which it is, but season 6 is really irritating me too. Eric turns into a real loser. He whines about not getting a birthday party, which in previous seasons he's never wanted. He flirts with random girls at a dance, even though in the past he's been loyal to Donna to a fault. He takes advantage of his mom and Donna when they think he's working late at the restaurant. He steals and destroys Kelso's van, and doesn't really do much to make up for it. He's misogynistic towards Donna, wants her to raise the kids, never really considers how much she gave up college because of him and he leaves Donna at the alter. Eric was kind of an idiot in previous seasons too, but in this season it's like the dumbassery was turned up to 10. The storylines are also bizarre. Before they were just committing petty crimes, but the green card marriage sham was too serious to be all that funny. They also cast the wrong actress for Laurie imo. The Kelso and Brooke thing, though believable, was way too sudden. Kelso was actually still pretty in love with Jackie when it happened, so it was weird for him to suddenly go try to hit on Brooke. It would make sense if he was just taking care of her to take responsibility for the kid, but to go and try to have a relationship with her while he is still hung up on Jackie is weird. He also is super happy initially when Brooke tells him he's off the hook with the kid. Which, as much of an idiot as he is, the Kelso from previous seasons wouldn't have done. He was terrified when Jackie got pregnant because from the moment he knew, he was going to take responsibility. And then Mrs. Forman is weird too. She would never ever have totally skipped Eric's birthday just to do it with Red. They also made her dumb in that one episode with the citizenship test. She's a nurse. It's already been established that she is a fantastic nurse too. So she technically should be pretty educated and should know the basic things related to US history. Anyway, the show doesn't become blatantly bad until the last season, but this season really has some annoying nuances.
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2020.06.10 19:39 skybluesky_ (really long) no other romantic pairing worked for jackie and hyde other than the one they had with each other

Note: This got extremely long, so I wouldn’t suggest reading it unless you have a strong opinion on their relationship. I’m sorry for the length-I intended for it to be much shorter. It’s basically an essay at this point.
Although most people seem to feel the same way as me, I know there are a few Jackie/Kelso, Jackie/Fez, and Hyde/Donna shippers (or even Jackie and Eric shippers). Usually I don’t have strong opinions on things but I have to say this is pretty much not subjective. Hyde and Jackie belong together and that is final. If you feel differently you just haven’t read into the show enough.
Oh...Jackie and Fez. The opposite dynamic of Jackie and Hyde in every way and a terrible match, especially by season 8. He is willing to drop everything for her which she loves. He has always been attracted to her. Well...guess what. Fez is attracted to EVERY GIRL (and possibly Kelso). And not just every girl. Fez is attracted to random bottles of breast milk. He doesn’t feel anything special for her. He doesn’t wait on her hand and foot because he loves her, he does it because he wants to have sex. She only likes him (for VERY limited parts of the show) because he will do anything for her. Both are terrible people to each other. As much as I like Jackie, she is racist or xenophobic (not trying to dismiss this-it is terrible but it makes sense for her background in the 1970s) and won’t consider him as an option because he is “foreign”. How could anyone date someone that has been that racist to them, even if they somewhat get over it after many years? And it’s not like Fez is some kind of angel. Although he has his funny moments, Fez is a glorified pervert, hiding in bathrooms and in closets and stealing womens’ clothes. How could anyone date a guy who once stole their sweater to jack off to while they were dating someone else? A guy who tries to kiss them while they’re vulnerable and asking for advice from their “nice” friend? A relationship built on such a foundation of both racism and sexism is a TERRIBLE one, and I don’t see how anyone can ignore this. Especially by season 8 (when they finally got together) when Fez went from a somewhat pervy kid to a full blown creep.
Next up is Hyde and Donna. On the surface, this could maybe work since they have some similarities. But they didn’t have the long term potential Hyde had with Jackie, or Eric had with Donna (Eric and Donna fans, this is for you too). During Hyde’s crush on Donna in season 1, he is portrayed as the unlikeable asshole trying to steal his friend’s girl. He doesn’t listen when she tells him to move away his hand, he kisses her after she rejects him during the ski trip, he shows up at Eric and Donna’s first date to selfishly get her to reconsider choosing Eric after the whole ski trip incident and she says she’s not interested. Those last three words are important. Not once does Donna ever express any kind of romantic feelings or even physical attraction for Hyde. Hell, Eric is more physically attracted to Jackie (at least in the scene when Hyde helps him realize that she’s hot). And we get to see an alternate future where they get married in It’s A Wonderful Life that doesn’t end too well. Although it might not be THAT dark if they ever got together, we have reason to think he would hold her back from following her dreams or become distant in a way Eric never would. They had a great friendship, but a romantic relationship between the two wouldn’t make sense and neither of them has feelings for each other after season 1. As soon as Hyde’s crush on Donna ends, his character is fleshed out to be more sympathetic as we see his hard home life and kindness to Jackie, a girl he initially wants nothing from in subsequent episodes. If there’s even a shadow of a doubt that his crush on Donna was bigger than his love for Jackie (of course there are way less scenes to compare but I have seen a few people comment on videos such as the disco dance “wow he never talked to jackie like that” etc, Hyde himself puts that to rest when he tells Kelso “I’ve never felt this way about a girl before” as he tries to get Jackie back.
I guess I might as well quickly address Jackie and Eric since there’s a weird number of people that seem to want them to get together (I even saw someone say donna should’ve dated fez though once haha). Yes, there were some values the characters shared (or desire to go to a doll expo) but even those are limited. Although they might agree on traditional gender roles in a relationship, Eric would not be able to provide the lavish future Jackie would want and Jackie would not be able to keep up a house and be a good mother like Eric was used to from Kitty. Neither character had the power to change the other like Jackie and Hyde did, so they would grow to resent each other pretty quickly. And this is only IF they developed romantic feelings for each other, neither of which either character showed the slightest sign of during any part of the show. Oh, but Hyde hated her too at first and she just wore him down, you might say. Jackie/Hyde in early seasons and Jackie/Eric have a very different kind of dislike for each other. Jackie and Hyde were shown to take a special interest in each other from the beginning, with scenes such as Hyde revealing Jackie’s embarrassing middle name with glee. Way back in episode 6 (The Keg) Hyde even gets annoyed when Eric wants to lie to Jackie because he says that’s his thing. Jackie dances to her music right in front of Hyde’s space. Eric and Jackie largely ignore each other-their scenes usually begin with Jackie looking for Donna and settling for talking to Eric. Jackie and Hyde hated what the other stood for (classwise etc), but as they got to know each other better they began to see there was a good person underneath. Even before they became better friends in episodes such as “Cat Fight Club” where Hyde teaches Jackie to be Zen to stand up to Laurie’s insults, Hyde and Jackie go to prom together and he tries to expose Kelso for cheating on her, so on some level he doesn’t hate her. She picks up on this and runs past Eric and Donna to hug Hyde when she finally finds out about Kelso cheating on her. Eric could care less about what Kelso is doing to Jackie. Hyde and Jackie also admit to being physically attracted to each other early in the series “I bet you clean up real good” “If you want to make out the answer is PROBABLY no” “You’re beautiful” “I’d think you were totally hot” (if I didn’t know you”, etc), while Eric and Jackie never said anything remotely similar about each other (Jackie clearly thinks the opposite about Eric).
Lastly, addressing Jackie and Kelso since they are the most likely alternative to Jackie and Hyde and the one that is explored the most in the show. “But Ashton and Mila are married in real life!”. Yeah that’s pretty cute. But did you watch the show? They were a funny couple with the occasional cute scene that worked when both characters were sixteen and immature. They were also incredibly incompatible, and the characters themselves even figured that out right before their last breakup when Kelso went to California. They brought out the worst in each other. They hated each other’s personality and their relationship was based almost purely on lust. That’s fine for a quick hookup, but not for characters who are actually in a relationship. Jackie bossed Michael around too much and he didn’t know how to deal with it so he went and cheated on her. Women like Brooke were able to get through to Michael and occasionally force him to appreciate them for things besides their looks, but Jackie’s bossiness was far from doing that. He constantly put her down, and she had no patience with his stupidity. I’ll give it to you from a purely comic standpoint they might have been the best couple on the show, but that was only because they were so horribly unmatched as a couple. I’ve even heard people say they should be together purely since they looked the best together. Yeah...think about that some more. There’s a scene near the end of season 3 when Jackie and Kelso get back together and he gives her a promise ring in front of Hyde and Fez. Before giving it to her (after she rudely says “I want my promise ring and I want it NOW”) he says, “Jackie, from the first minute that I saw you I knew I wanted to fool around with you”. She looks back at Hyde and they roll their eyes at each other. I think that says enough.
On the other hand, Jackie and Hyde had exactly what the other needed to find better futures, happiness, and become better people. Neither of them were great people all the time, but when put together they had more integrity than maybe anyone else on the show. Before Hyde, Jackie was spoiled, selfish and bossy. Hyde wasn’t going to take crap from her like Kelso or Fez would, and she loved him enough to become a better person, thinking less of material objects and more of others. She learned she couldn’t just assume he would do things with her but she had to ask nicely, and that she should consider working herself instead of just waiting for a man to provide for her, which she did. Hyde realized that in order to be in a long term relationship he would have to be more compassionate and learn how to show he cared about someone. He was scarred from his parents abandoning him, but his relationship with Jackie (in addition to people like the Formans and Leo) began to heal those wounds. Jackie pushed him to call his father back and start a better life. Even in earlier episodes such as “Jackie Bags Hyde”, some of those qualities are shown. Jackie demonstrates a lot of empathy for Hyde on their date as she describes his situation and doesn’t force him to go on some kind of lavish date he would hate. In turn, Hyde is protective of her (punching guys that call her a bitch, which Kelso would never do) and shows his nicer side when he gives her his pop and coat and admits he doesn’t want the date to end. This is seen even in “Prom Night”, where Jackie asks if she should go in and meet Hyde’s mom although she is supposedly disgusted by poor people, and sincerely thanks Hyde for taking her to prom. Hyde, in turn, buys Jackie flowers, tells her she looks beautiful, and awkwardly (since they haven’t had much interaction up to this point) tries to comfort her about Kelso and Pam going to prom together. Also, although they appear very different on the surface, they share some core similarities. They can relate to each other’s bad home lives (both characters are abandoned by their parents during the show). Jackie trying to downplay her situation by saying “I’m fine” when they discover her living there with Hyde and asking her if she needed help was completely something he would do. I wonder why he was the only one that understood why she did it? They also share a similar feistiness (notice their compatible ability to burn people), and pride (which leads to some of their arguments, but their love for each other brings them back together). Throughout the show, Hyde is there for her when Kelso isn’t. Jackie has a unique ability to see this and understand that behind his rough exterior he is a good guy. Think of an episode like “Kelso’s Serenade” in Season 2, which is right after Jackie catches Kelso cheating on her and breaks up with him. Kelso and Fez are vocal about their “love” for her, trying to serenade her and win her over. Hyde isn’t perfect to her, admitting he finds her “abrasive” and not seeming interested in spending more time with her as they go out to dinner together, but Jackie doesn’t get mad at him since she can see past the surface and notice how he also genuinely comforts her and tells her she’ll find someone better than Kelso. Generally, Hyde would probably rather get exposed for dancing to Luck Be a Lady when no one’s around than serenade Jackie, but he is the one that actually comforts her over the breakup, teaches her his emotional distancing technique, punches guys that want her for the wrong reasons, and even gets arrested in place of her. Jackie recognizes this through his claims of dislike for her. The show kind of dropped the ball with them for a couple seasons after their date near the beginning of season 3, but we can see clearly Hyde felt something when they kissed and is sad when she says she didn’t feel the same way, but he doesn’t want to admit it after she spent months chasing him and he claimed to not return her feelings. In some ways, I’m glad Jackie got back with Kelso again before dating Hyde since she began to get more mature and realize having a boyfriend to just boss around and do what she wanted wasn’t necessarily going to make her happier. Although they have limited scenes together during this time, it’s clear Hyde likes her better also (my take is that he secretly kind of liked her for all of season 4 but he tries to push away those feelings). He scares off a clown trying to touch her, high fives her after she burns Eric, flirts with her in her cheese maiden outfit, expresses his dislike of her getting back with Kelso many times, and generally insults her less behind her back. Although Jackie is given even less lines to Hyde than he is to her, she kisses him on the cheek on his birthday, so they seem to be closer than at the beginning of the series. And when they finally start dating in season 5, we can see there is so much more to their relationship than what is shown on the surface. When they are caught making out, both characters deny their feelings for each other and call it a “meaningless fling” etc, but we can see they are unable to break it off and that they like each other beyond their looks. Jackie says she hates his beard to Eric and Donna but then admits she likes how scruffy he is. Eric asks Hyde how he could possibly like her and he says he ignores what she says and just focuses on how hot she is. Later in the same episode, Jackie uses an analogy about setting her hair when talking to him and asks him if he is listening to her. He says, “God help me I am”. Also, in the Thanksgiving episode, Hyde says “so much for talking” to her when they can’t agree on conversation topics and they start kissing, but we can clearly see them happily talking in the background in the next scene. As they grow into having a real relationship, we can quickly see the difference between Jackie/Kelso and Jackie/Hyde. We see them changing themselves for each other. Hyde shaves off his beard to cheer Jackie up, comes up with a pet name for her, goes to school dances he wouldn’t be caught dead at before, overcomes his commitment issues to tell her she looks beautiful in a wedding dress, and finds a place for her to live when her parents abandon her, explaining to Donna that she only said she was too popular to live with her since she was humiliated by the way she asked her. This shows how Hyde understands there is a good person behind Jackie’s sometimes rude remarks. Jackie settles for a cheeseburger wrapped in tinfoil as a shiny gift, doesn’t tell Hyde her birthday to be less shallow, saves him from being kicked out of the Formans’ house even though they were arguing, and helps him start his new life when he calls his dad back and gets a more high powered job, baking him cookies when he is having trouble to cheer him up even though she doesn’t like cooking. As high maintenance as she is, she doesn’t get mad at the little insults Hyde sometimes tells her that come with nice things he says to her and is able to look past them (ex. “You’re really cute so no one ever told you to shut your piehole” to which she just says “You think I’m cute?”), so she recognizes there is a good person behind his rough exterior. One of my favorite scenes that show how far both characters have come is in the episode when Hyde finds out it is her birthday and Kelso gives her a pink sweater he later admits to have stolen. Hyde points out he is only doing it since he wants something from her (for her to leave Hyde for him), and at the end of the episode there is a great scene where he gives her his favorite Led Zeppelin shirt. Jackie legitimately tries to fake excitement at the present for his sake even though she hates Led Zeppelin (well, she thinks Led is hot), and she would have preferred a more expensive gift. Hyde giving her his favorite shirt demonstrates his long term commitment to her. This politeness is something she learned from being with Hyde-just think of how she would have acted if Kelso had done the same thing. Eventually she can tell Hyde knows she is faking it so she says “Do I have to wear it?”. He isn’t offended at all and says no, and this time she legitimately says “Steven, I LOVE it”, caring about the gesture even if the present didn’t cost anything, and they smile deeply at each other. This scene proves how well both characters understand each other, and how much they have both grown together.
Also, they have great natural physical chemistry. Jackie sits in Hyde’s lap in many scenes, and they often keep a hand on each other or around each others’ arms. We can see many of their cute background moments, such as Jackie pinching Hyde’s nose and smiling at him when he goes in for another kiss, Hyde and Jackie playing chess together, Hyde kissing Jackie after she makes a shot in basketball over his hand (who would’ve thought she’d go near a basketball), and both characters comparing the sizes of their wrists to each other while she is sitting on his lap. Even when the focus of the scene isn’t on them, they look very happy to be with each other in the background. Although they clearly have sex with each other (comfirmed in a few scenes, especially when Jackie says she could have used the fake pregnancy card with him) the relationship is one of the only ones on the show that clearly goes beyond that as few of their storylines revolve around sex, and Hyde let Jackie stay with him when her parents left her without sex in return.
Parallels are drawn many times between their relationship and the most “mature” (due to the fact they have been together for many years) relationship on the show: Red and Kitty’s. The more you think about it, the more deeply obvious it becomes how similar Red is to Hyde and Kitty is to Jackie (except that they are more mature, but Hyde and Jackie are on their way to having more respect for others like Red and Kitty). Kitty shows Jackie how to “pick your battles” in a relationship and gets Red to leave his beer alone to get a magazine for her. Jackie is worried that Hyde thinks Brooke (Kelso’s new girlfriend) is hot, but she learns to look past that and asks Hyde to get her a magazine and leave behind his ice cream. Hyde obliges in a way that is very similar to Red, showing how similar the two couples are. Also, the four of them go to a car show together (in which Hyde actually stays with Jackie when Red won’t stay with Kitty), and Red and Hyde hide from Jackie and Kitty when they catch Pam naked (and at the end of the episode, Jackie and Kitty hide from Red and Hyde when they catch Bob naked). Although Eric and Donna have more screen time and Red and Kitty are Eric’s parents, not Jackie or Hyde’s, these parallels are never even drawn with Eric/Donna and Red/Kitty, which hints at the long term compatibility of the characters.
The most common criticism of Hyde and Jackie’s relationship I see is that they wouldn’t have wanted the same future. This is true at surface level, but think even of their visions of the future-neither of them had an ideal view. Jackie had a very superficial view of a high class life where she wouldn’t have to do anything herself, while Hyde envisioned himself ending up in prison, or at best, sitting in the Formans’ basement depressed his whole life. However, when these two views are combined, we end up with a realistic, decent life. As established earlier, Hyde and Jackie were willing to change for each other and compromise, so with a few more years of maturity I believe they would be able to have a decent life together. We see Jackie getting through to Hyde about getting a real job and not wasting his life away, and Hyde getting through to Jackie about not just waiting for a man to provide for her and that material objects aren’t the only important thing in the world. With this, they are becoming closer to wanting the same future.
Also, I’ve seen people say that they didn’t “deserve” each other. But Hyde cheated on Jackie just like Kelso! Let’s address this. Yes, cheating is wrong and he should have talked to her first when he saw her with Kelso. But Kelso cheated on Jackie out of lust for another woman, while Hyde cheated on her only because he was so hurt when he saw her comforting Kelso and assumed she was cheating on him. In some ways, that showed how much he really wanted to be with her. Kelso probably would have never told Jackie about Laurie (and Pam Macy, etc.), and he cheated many times, but Hyde only cheated that one time and immediately told Jackie about it. He even told her he loved her afterward, which showed incredible character development as he probably would have said something like “love is paranoid delusional crap” in season 1. A few others seem to think he never truly had enough compassion to be with her, but Hyde’s expression of compassion was often shown through actions instead of words (with a few exceptions even), which few of the other couples on the show are able to do (think of how Kelso pushed Jackie out of the way in the season 2 Halloween episode when he thought he was in danger-Hyde even said that was wrong back then). Is getting arrested in place of her, offering her a place to live, protecting her from men with the wrong motives, and changing his appearance to the way Jackie wanted it among many other things not showing compassion? Other people don’t like Jackie and find her annoying and bossy throughout the entire show. Although she starts out this way, it is clear she is a complex character and she is a good person even if she can be rude and shallow. As the seasons go on, she realizes how bossy and materialistic she is (mostly with the help of Hyde) and begins to change (except for season 8, where the writers didn’t understand the complexities of her character-I’ll address this more later). Her nicer moments are not limited to her interactions with Hyde-she pays for Eric and Donna’s promise ring when Donna tells her she’s hard to live with despite not being a big fan of their relationship, feels bad for Donna when she is having a hard time and gives up going to the mall (one of her favorite things) to spend time with her, and sincerely forgives Kelso after years of him cheating on her. She is high maintenance on the surface, but also is forgiving, likes to help people, and actually has a lot of pride and can find sympathy humiliating which is where she is similar to Hyde. There is so much more to Jackie than a spoiled princess, and her good qualities beneath are what Hyde needs for a better future.
I will say, the writers weren’t always that invested in this relationship as their seasons together went on (which makes sense in some ways, as Kelso had a child, Eric and Donna were engaged, while Hyde and Jackie were happy together but they didn’t always see the need to focus on them with a storyline etc.), so they occasionally acted out of character to each other, such as in the infamous episode “Winter” or their whole last reconciliation in season 7 where they reduce their whole relationship down to the fact they enjoyed sneaking around in the early days and ignored seasons of character growth they had together. (It wasn’t just dumb, it was confusing-as obsessed with this relationship as I am, the first time I watched the show I actually didn’t fully realize that scene had gotten them back together. This just might be my young mind speaking that’s used to “hookup culture” but when Hyde said they should make out again I didn’t necessarily take that as them actually getting back together). Although the writing wasn’t always there or sacrificed for a quick joke, from what they did establish it was clear the characters belonged together. And I don’t want to say they did a bad job before season 8-they managed to write many great moments between them.
Unfortunately, as many people know the showrunners really did intend for them to be together at the end (and Danny Masterson himself has said multiple times they should be together) but this didn’t end up happening. It’s hard to find sources years after the show ended (I only watched it for the first time two years ago) but from my understanding, this is what happened. I’ve heard that the scene at the end of season 7 where Hyde comes to see Jackie in Chicago was originally supposed to be a proposal or a promise at commitment, but it was edited to have naked Kelso come in and leave on a cliffhanger when the show was renewed for another season at the last minute. The season 8 showrunners used this cliffhanger to break Jackie and Hyde up for good. Bonnie and Terry Turner, who were creators of the show, wrote Moon Over Point Place and were the original fans of Jackie and Hyde getting together. They were promoted to showrunners in season 4, which probably had something to do with them getting together in season 5. Unfortunately, they left at the end of season 7. The new showrunners for season 8 didn’t like Jackie and Hyde together since they didn’t like Jackie in general and they thought she should be with Fez. As dumb as that is (Jackie clearly isn’t a bad person the more you watch especially in later seasons-just look at how much criticism Donna gets on this subreddit compared to her), I get that everyone likes the show for different reasons. There are many other things about this show that are great other than the relationships, and Jackie and Hyde in particular are so much more than surface level, appreciating Jackie and Hyde’s relationship takes some work. Still, I can’t believe that these new showrunners ignored so many years of their growth together. Clearly, this isn’t an unpopular opinion. Even for people that aren’t invested in Jackie and Hyde’s relationship, between the absence of Eric and Kelso, the addition of Randy, and just the general decline in comedy, season 8 is almost unwatchable. Even David Trainer, the director, said season 8 was like an alternate reality for the characters that didn’t make sense after the other seasons. I heard once that their goal was to make the show like season 1 again, which makes some sense, but they clearly failed. Despite the mess at the end, Jackie and Hyde would have been together had things gone differently.
Okay, so I’ve written about ten times more than I possibly thought I would and pretty much exhausted every possible alternative. If you’re wishing they could have gotten together with a minor character (like Hyde and the girl he likes at his party in season 4), I’d say it’s not a fair comparison since we didn’t see enough of their interactions although theoretically this could possibly work. I guess the only other option is that the characters are better off single, which I’ll address. In early seasons, Hyde may seem like he won’t ever be invested in a long term relationship. Are you wondering, would he have been happier the whole time if he wasn’t tied down by Jackie? In season 7, Hyde admits himself he was less pissed off when he was with Jackie. He is clearly unhappy with all of their breakups, and most of his most genuine expressions of happiness occur when Jackie is there. Therefore, Jackie was a positive influence in his life. This is a harder case to argue for Jackie, since throughout the show she expressed interest in being in a romantic relationship, but it’s clear she also enjoys being with him as she says so herself, says he likes that he makes her think, tells his father he is “perfect”, and also cannot stay broken up from him for long. This is probably only a legitimate option for those who truly hate the character and want her to suffer alone. Based on what I have established before, there is more to Jackie than a bad person. I guess if the direction of the show had gone very differently Jackie or Hyde ending up with a side character or by themselves could have worked out, but by the time they had been together for a few seasons it clearly wasn’t the best option for either character. There we have it-I’ve argued against every possible alternative and why Jackie and Hyde together is the only option that makes sense. I probably annoyed a few people at the beginning, but I hope I’ve changed your mind if you felt differently. I just want to apologize for the length of this-I’m in college and my summer internship got cancelled because of coronavirus so I won’t even try to claim to have a life right now. Thank you if you actually read any of this. I understand if the only comment on this is something like “chill they’re just fictional characters” haha. And of course there are many other great parts of and characters on the show-I’m not trying to say that they are the only thing about this show that matters.
TL;DR: Jackie and Hyde were different on the surface and didn’t start out on great terms, but beneath that they were exactly what the other needed for long term happiness and to grow up. No other pairing for either of the characters makes any sense.
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2020.04.21 20:37 bigstewwwww 7. Laurie Forman upvote your favorite!!!

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2020.04.10 00:35 PurPurs NBA player names in Latvian media, language and life

Latvian is a very peculiar language. We can't declense words without certain qualities/rules in the word itself, so we have to ''Latvianise'' foreign names to make them make sense in our language. Here's all of NBA players! It took some time, but it's coronoffseason, so it's ok!
You can google all at least kinda relevant NBA player latvian versions and you will get results. Latvian journalists took care of the proof.
Thanks to the polish guy from whom I drew inspirtation!
Edit: Here are some latvian kids saying some!
Atlantas ''Hawks'' (Atlanta Hawks)
Bostonas ''Celtics'' (Boston Celtics)
Bruklinas ''Nets'' (Brooklyn Nets)
Šarlotes ''Hornets'' (Charlotte Hornets)
Čikāgas ''Bulls'' (Chicago Bulls)

Klīvlendas ''Cavaliers'' (Cleveland Cavaliers)

Dallasas ''Mavericks'' (Dallas Mavericks)

Denveras ''Nuggets'' (Denver Nuggets)

Detroitas ''Pistons'' (Detroit Pistons)

Goldensteitas ''Warriors'' (Golden State Warriors)

Hjūstonas ''Rockets'' (Houston Rockets)

Indianas ''Pacers'' (Indiana Pacers)

Losandželosas ''Clippers'' (Los Angeles Clippers)
Losandželosas ''Lakers'' (Los Angeles Lakers)

Memfisas ''Grizzlies'' (Memphis Grizzlies)

Maiami ''Heat'' (Miami Heat)

Milvokī ''Bucks'' (Milwaukee Bucks)

Minesotas ''Timberwolves'' (Minnesota Timberwolves)

Ņūorleānas ''Pelicans'' (New Orleans Pelicans)
Ņujorkas ''Knicks'' (New York Knicks)

Oklahomasitijas ''Thunder'' (Oklahoma City Thunder)
Orlando ''Magic'' (Orlando Magic)

Filadelfijas ''76ers'' (Philadelphia 76ers)
Fīniksas ''Suns'' (Phoenix Suns)

Portlendas ''Trail Blazers'' (Portland Trail Blazers)
Sakramento ''Kings'' (Sacramento Kings)

Sanantonio ''Spurs'' (San Antonio Spurs)

Toronto ''Raptors'' (Toronto Raptors)

Jūtas ''Jazz'' (Utah Jazz)

Vašingtonas ''Wizards'' (Washington Wizards)
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2020.04.05 23:37 Downashland So Lauri Markkanen may want a change of scenario....

Does he work here?
https://www.cbssports.com/nba/news/lauri-markkanen-would-rather-play-elsewhere-if-there-arent-major-changes-to-bulls-plan-per-report/
Lauri Markkanen would rather play elsewhere if there aren't major changes to Bulls' plan, per report
By Sam Quinn
31 mins ago • 1 min read
Steve Mitchell (USA Today)
The Chicago Bulls have been noticeably unhappy for the past several years. There was the reported mutiny against head coach Jim Boylen that took place in 2018. Denzel Valentine did everything short of demanding a trade ahead of this season's trade deadline in an interview with Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times. And now, another Bulls player is reportedly upset, and it's a much more important one. Lauri Markkanen would rather play elsewhere if Chicago's organizational direction doesn't change, according to Cowley.
Markkanen's role in the offense appears to be the main stressor in his relationship with the Bulls. In his third season, Markkanen is taking a career-low 11.8 shots per game. More than half of those shots have been 3-pointers as the Bulls have pushed a more analytically-inclined shot profile. Only 4.1 percent of his attempts have been 2-pointers beyond 10 feet of the basket, a shift supported by the math, but potentially grating to a scorer who took 17.9 percent of his shots in that range last season.
Fortunately for Markkanen, Chicago is in the process of changing directions. Owner Michael Reinsdorf is searching for replacements for both vice president of basketball operations Jim Paxson and general manager Gar Forman, and while he would reportedly like his new top decision-maker to keep an open mind about retaining Boylen, that is not an ultimatum.
Trying to make it work with a new front office would be in Markkanen's best interests. He will be eligible for a contract extension after this season, but is still a ways away from unrestricted free agency. To get there, he would need to decline an extension offer from the Bulls, make it through the 2020-21 season unscathed, accept a one-year, $9 million qualifying offer from the Bulls for the 2021-22 season and then play out that campaign with no long-term guarantees before finally hitting the open market. In an uncertain cap environment, Markkanen would be taking an enormous risk by passing up a market-value extension if one is offered.
Markkanen averaged 18.7 points per game in his second season. His combination of size and shooting ability is rare even in an increasingly skilled NBA. The Bulls unwisely limited him this season. His development should be a priority for the new front office, both in terms of building a successful roster and attempting to salvage their relationship with one of the better young players in basketball
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  291. China’s Political System: Modernization and Tradition, 10th Edition: June Teufel Dreyer
  292. Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: With Selected Statutes and Other Materials, 2019 Supplement Edition: Stephen C. Yeazell & Joanna C. Schwartz
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  321. Microeconomics (Pearson Series in Economics), 2nd Edition: Daron Acemoglu & David Laibson & John List
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2020.03.19 09:38 DrewwwBjork Idea for Sequel to That '70s Show

Let's say it's 1991. George H.W. Bush is President. Bill Clinton is still Governor of Arkansas. Flowers and smiley faces are replaced with posters of Nirvana. Shoulder pads start going out of style, and the world is shocked at the news of Freddie Mercury's death. Then the camera pans to Betsy Kelso, the precocious 12-year-old daughter of Michael Kelso and Brooke Rockwell. Life in Point Place, Wisconsin, hasn't changed much since 1979. Even the water tower is still standing: green hand giving the finger and all. Relationships evolved however.
Eric and Donna are currently separated. The stress from Donna going on book tours and Eric staying home with the kids got to them. To make matters worse, Eric's sister, Laurie, died as a result of the crack epidemic. On the bright side, Red and Kitty are still enjoying their retirement as a result of Red accepting the buyout from Muffler Master.
Fez and Jackie broke up a couple years after getting together after she found him in bed with the landlord. Jackie is now a real estate agent since she has the gifts of pizzazz, lying, and being a cutthroat. In fact, the first property she sold was the apartment building Fez lived in.
Fez wasn't the only person in the gang without a home. Hyde owned and operated Grooves for a few years until the police raided the back room and found a marijuana growing operation. He spent the next few years in prison and just got out. Eric picked him up outside the prison gates and took him in as a third roommate with Fez.
Finally, Michael and Brooke got married in 1980 since Michael moved to Chicago, and nobody there wanted to date a dumbass or a single mother. Their sex life, while similar to Bob's and Midge's, drives Betsy crazy much like Donna's parents did to her, and it often forces Betsy to venture out around Point Place with the Forman kids. The story goes on from there.
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2020.02.09 06:26 sandlessyou Looking to get back into reading, as an adult!

As a child/teen I was VERY into reading. I really enjoyed books full of teen angst with ‘hard’ topics. I’d read things like John Green’s books, Dirty Little Secrets by C.J. Omololu, the two Deadly Little... by Laurie Faria Stolarz, most of the Ellen Hopkins Crank series, It’s kind of a funny story by Ned Vizzini, Cut by Patricia McCormick, Bait by Alex Sanchez, If I stay and Where she went by Gayle Forman, all of the A child called ‘it’ series by David Pelzer.
I was never into the whole love story, werewolf/vampire, drama between friends kind of things (and still probably won’t be). Magic stuff (like Harry Potter) or I read a book where a boy woke up invisible one day? was interesting to me, but not a first choice.
I am in my mid 20’s now and as much as I would love to jump back into some of my old go-to authors, the stories are too young for me now and I just don’t feel ‘right’ reading them.
What are some books/authors that have more age appropriate books that still fall into the same type of categories? I’m an adult now but my angst (and mental illness) never went away!
Thanks in advance for your recommendations.
EDIT: I will definitely be looking into all of the suggestions to see what peaks my interest and I’ll let you know!
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  193. Marketing, 14th Edition: Roger A. Kerin & Steven W. Hartley
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  240. Epidemiology: Concepts and Methods, 1st Edition: William A. Oleckno
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  242. A Concise Introduction to Logic, 11th Edition: Patrick J. Hurley
  243. Organic Chemistry, 7th Edition: William H. Brown & Brent L. Iverson & Eric Anslyn & Christopher S. Foote
  244. Introduction to Linear Algebra, 5th Edition: Gilbert Strang
  245. The Essential Counselor: Process, Skills, and Techniques, 3rd Edition: David R. Hutchinson
  246. The Development of Children, 8th Edition: Cynthia Lightfoot & Michael Cole & Sheila Cole
  247. America: Religions and Religion, 5th Edition: Catherine L. Albanese
  248. Disasters by Design: A Reassessment of Natural Hazards in the United States: Dennis Mileti
  249. Conflict and Communication, 1st Edition: Fred E. Jandt
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  252. Study Guide for Understanding Pathophysiology, 6th Edition: Sue E. Huether & Kathryn L. McCance
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  255. Biology, 4th Edition: Robert Brooker & Eric Widmaier & Linda Graham & Peter Stiling
  256. Exploring Medical Language, 10th Edition: Myrna LaFleur Brooks & Danielle LaFleur Brooks
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  300. Nuestro idioma, nuestra herencia, 1st Edition: Heidi Ann García & Carmen Carney & Trino Sandoval
  301. The American Political System: Core Third Edition, 2018 Election Update Edition: Ken Kollman
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  308. Black Letter Outline on Criminal Law, 3rd Edition: Joshua Dressler
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  316. Cambridge IELTS 7 Student's Book with Answers: Examination Papers from University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations: Cambridge ESOL
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  318. Essential Law for Social Work Practice in Canada, 1st Edition: Cheryl Regehr & Karima Kanani
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  320. Calculus, 3rd Edition: Monty J. Strauss & Gerald L. Bradley & Karl J. Smith
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  322. Child, Family, School, Community: Socialization and Support, 10th Edition: Roberta M. Berns
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  324. Principles of Tissue Engineering, 4th Edition: Robert Lanza & Robert Langer & Joseph P. Vacanti
  325. The Past in Perspective: An Introduction to Human Prehistory, 7th Edition: Kenneth L. Feder
  326. Written and Interpersonal Communication: Methods for Law Enforcement, 5th Edition: Harvey Wallace & Cliff Roberson
  327. The Tracks We Leave: Ethics and Management Dilemmas in Healthcare, 2nd Edition (ACHE Management): Frankie Perry
  328. Financial Accounting, 5th Edition: David Spiceland & Wayne M Thomas & Don Herrmann
  329. Human Resource Management: Essential Perspectives, 7th Edition: Robert L. Mathis & John H. Jackson & Sean R. Valentine
  330. Effective Writing: A Handbook for Accountants, 11th Edition: Claire B. May & Gordon S. May
  331. Adapted Physical Education and Sport, 6th Edition: Joseph Winnick & David L. Porretta
  332. Physical Chemistry for the Life Sciences, 2nd Edition: Peter Atkins & Julio De Paula
  333. Health Care Information Systems: A Practical Approach for Health Care Management, 4th Edition: Karen A. Wager & Frances W. Lee & John P. Glaser
  334. Principles of Integrated Marketing Communications, 1st Edition: Lawrence Ang
  335. Electrocardiography for Healthcare Professionals, 5th Edition: Kathryn Booth
  336. Fixed Effects Regression Models (Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences), 1st Edition: Paul D. Allison
  337. Leadership in a Diverse and Multicultural Environment: Developing Awareness, Knowledge, and Skills, 1st Edition: Dr. Mary L. Connerley & Paul B. Pedersen
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  339. A Comprehensive Guide to Project Management Schedule and Cost Control: Methods and Models for Managing the Project Lifecycle, 1st Edition: Randal Wilson
  340. Data Structures and Algorithms in Python, 1st Edition: Michael T. Goodrich
  341. A History of Modern Europe: From the Renaissance to the Present, 3rd Edition: John Merriman
  342. Understanding the Political World: A Comparative Introduction to Political Science, 12th Edition: James N. Danziger & Charles Anthony Smith
  343. The Concise Book of Muscles, 4th Edition: Chris Jarmey
  344. Selling: Building Partnerships, 10th Edition: Stephen B Castleberry & John F Tanner
  345. Security Analysis: Foreword by Warren Buffett, 6th Edition: Benjamin Graham & David Dodd & Warren Buffett
  346. Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship, 1st Edition: Robert C. Martin
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  348. Practicing Harm Reduction Psychotherapy: An Alternative Approach to Addictions, 2nd Edition: Patt Denning & Jeannie Little
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2019.12.06 19:18 MnrGiggles 15 Facts about That 70's Show

1. TOPHER GRACE WAS DISCOVERED PERFORMING IN A HIGH SCHOOL PLAY.

Co-creators Bonnie and Terry Turner were the parents of a cast member of a high school production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Their attention gradually turned to the lead, Topher Grace. The Turners asked him to audition the following year for their new show.

2. ASHTON KUTCHER WAS A MODEL BEFORE AUDITIONING.

He got the part of Kelso after playing him “naive” at his audition, while everybody else played him as dumb. But Kutcher had never acted: "The first five episodes of That '70s Show, I was convinced I was going to be fired, because I was terrible," Kutcher told Rolling Stone.

3. MILA KUNIS LIED ABOUT HER AGE AT HER AUDITION.

The then-14-year-old reasoned that the producers wouldn't want to cast someone too young because of work hour restrictions for minors, so "I told them I was going to be 18," Kunis told People. "But I didn't tell them when I was going to be 18!"

4. KUNIS’ FIRST KISS WAS ON THE SHOW, WITH KUTCHER.

She enjoyed some other firsts on the show, not all of them with cast members she ended up marrying: Wilmer Valderrama taught her how to drive. Danny Masterson took her to her first club and bought her her first drink. He was also her prom date.

5. MASTERSON’S ROLE IN THE FACULTY WAS CUT SHORT SO HE COULD SHOOT THE PILOT.

All the actor was told about his character, Hyde, was that he is a “deep theorist stoner type.” Masterson figured out how to play his character “by episode four or five.”

6. KURTWOOD SMITH BASED RED FORMAN ON HIS STEPFATHER.

Smith's stepdad passed away shortlybefore the pilot was filmed. Smith also has the distinction of being the only regular cast member who was actually born in Wisconsin.

7. THE ORIGINAL TITLE FOR THE SHOW WAS TEENAGE WASTELAND.

The Who songwriter Pete Townshend refused to allow his lyric from “Baba O’Riley” to be appropriated for the show; the same went for the proposed title of The Kids Are Alright. After Feelin’ All Right was presented as the name of the program to advertisers, Bonnie Turner realized that no matter what they called it, everybody would just to refer to it as “that '70s show.”

8. THE CO-WRITER OF THE THEME SONG WAS PAID $70 EVERY TIME THE SHOW WAS ON TV.

Big Star singer Alex Chilton co-wrote “In the Street,” which was covered in season one by Todd Griffin before Cheap Trick’s version kicked things off starting in season two. With the name of the show in mind, Chilton found the dollar amount ironic.

9. LEO WAS WRITTEN WITH TOMMY CHONG IN MIND.

Chong claimed in 2003 that his stoner character Leo was starting to get written out more because of 9/11. After disappearing for a few seasons while serving a jail sentence for selling “drug paraphernalia,” Mickey “Leo” Chingkwake returned, and was credited as a series regular in the show’s eighth and final season.

10. WILL FORTE TURNED DOWN PERFORMING ON SNL TO CONTINUE WRITING ON THE SHOW.

Forte enjoyed the job security of his writing/producing gig on That '70s Show and feared failure on Saturday Night Live. One year later he changed his mind.

11. THE SMOKE IN THE "POT CIRCLE" SCENES WAS STRAWBERRY-SCENTED.

Laura Prepon, Kutcher, and Masterson hid their lit cigarettes below the table before those scenes so that they could partake in their habit in between takes.

12. LATER SEASONS HAD BAND-THEMED EPISODE TITLES.

Season five episodes all shared titles with Led Zeppelin tunes. For season six, The Who was honored. The Rolling Stones were represented in season seven. For season eight, it was Queen.

13. KEVIN MCDONALD GOT THE ROLE OF PASTOR DAVE BECAUSE OF HIS DOG AND TOPHER GRACE .

Grace drove by one day while The Kids in the Hall cast member was walking his dog and said he was a huge fan. It led to him playing Pastor Dave for six episodes before the character unceremoniously disappeared. McDonald believes the show forgot about him because co-creator Mark Brazill left to work on the failed spinoff That ‘80s Show.

14. THERE WAS A U.K. REMAKE CALLED DAYS LIKE THESE IN 1999.

It was the first time an American company (Carsey-Werner) produced both the American and British versions of the same show. Days Like These used the same scripts as That '70s Show, switching out American references with British ones, like David Bowie replacing a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders poster, and Prince Charles visiting instead of President Gerald Ford. Only 10 episodes were aired.

15. LAURIE FORMAN SUFFERED A TRAGIC END.

Lisa Robin Kelly was taken off the show halfway through season three, returning in the fifth season only to be replaced by actress Christina Moore. "I was guilty of a drinking problem,” Kelly said in 2012. “And I ran.” Kelly passed away on August 13, 2013, after entering a rehabilitation facility; the coroner ruled the cause as being from multiple drug intoxication.
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2019.12.02 02:00 subsummary Chicago Sports Related Subs (25-Nov - 02-Dec Edition)

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2019.11.03 22:51 Abrahammi An article about Lauri’s struggles by a Finnish sportswriter to Finnish readers

[editor’s note: Google translator apologizes for some bad english... ] Credit to mr. Timo Uusitalo at YLE sports Finland.
A Finnish crown jewel is wasted in the Chicago Bulls NBA organization. Why haven't the Chicago Bulls been able to develop Lauri Markkanen? The potential of the Finn is not utilized.
A lot of expectations have been set for the Finnish NBA player's third NBA season. The training period and the team's difficult rebuilding years should be over, as the Chicago Bulls are looking for a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. In terms of roster, they have what it takes to sneak into playoffs, but they will not succeed without tactical awakening of coaching and consistent production from key players.
Lauri Markkanen, 22, must be concerned. In the big picture, the Finnish big man’s game hasn't been developing enough, if at all based on 126 NBA games. Statistics from Lauri are still pretty good for somebody under the rookie contract, but the development curve is scary.
In defense, the Finn still has the same weaknesses as in the beginning of his rookie year and the offensive game has not progressed to the level that his skill and potential would warrant. If nothing changes, Finland's lone NBA player will remain a role player in the NBA, not an All Star player. Still, it would not be a bad achievement either.
Regardless of the sport, the success of sports clubs always starts straight from the top. The Chicago Bulls' six championship years are from the previous millennium, and as far back as 1998. In recent years, the club's vision and know-how have not represented NBA's top class. The fact that fredhoibergs and jimboylens have been hired as coaches is a testament to this.
Lauri is suffering from being coached by a coach who is not able to develop players on a personal level and does not understand the most important nuances of the modern NBA. Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf has hired John Paxson and Gar Forman, who can be blamed for poor coach choices, among other things.
Who has dictated and produced the personal summer training for Lauri, I cannot say. The only thing I have noticed on the NBA court after the summer is that Lauri has got more muscle. It’s a pity. We should see development in other areas.
Bulls' core players Zach LaVine and Lauri Markkanen have played together enough to say that the two are not in sync on the court. LaVine does not have a great bballiq, though he possesses all the superstar athletic qualities and a wonderful shot. Part of the reason for this is that the Bulls still seem to be missing that important point guard number one. Tomas Satoransky has been a disappointment joining Bulls with high expectations for his playmaking skills. He was hoped to be the factor that will make Markkanen take off this season.
The truth is that the Finnish giant needs a crafty playmaker to shine. Lauri can't score on mismatches if he does not have a good enough passer to feed him, nor can he create for himself in one-on-one situations where, for example, LaVine is at his best and where Jim Boylen's old-fashioned coaching style fits best.
Markkanen has not been able to perform consistently in the NBA. Lauri now lives far too much on his three point shot, although he has a lot of talent for a more sophisticated offensive game. The Finn's first couple of steps are still quick for a 7-footer. Bulls are not taking advantage of that when Lauri hangs out too much on the three-point line.
In the first few games of the season, the Chicago Bulls have used an over-aggressive doubling in defense, which has led to easy baskets for the opponents. For some reason, Lauri hasn't come to terms with this defense so far, and occasionally he has looked lost in the court.
The Bulls' opponents have grabbed 53 rebounds per game this season, the highest mark in NBA. It's a sad statistical fact, especially when Markkanen is supposed to have developed his rebounding. Somehow it seems that Lauri is too often in the wrong place when it comes to battling for rebounds and second chance balls. Lauri’s defense looks soft and sometimes even reluctant which makes fans and coaching impatient. The Bulls' shooting has been abysmal, with 41% field-goals made. Also in this category, Lauri has been disappointing in the first few games.
Although the Bulls have not been able to unleash Lauri’s potential by coaching, he needs to look in the mirror himself. You need to earn your place in the NBA and nothing comes easy. If you are going to become a star player and get your name in a $ 150-170 million multi-year contract, you cannot be too much of a team-first player. Lauri needs to increase his aggression both in the defense and offense, and create shots with sheer willpower, if the game does not come to him.
Unfortunately, Bulls and coach Jim Boylen do not seem to be able to develop Lauri’s game and career at the moment, but defending for example is, after all, largely a matter of will. Chicago's 20-year-old Wendell Carter Jr. looks like a franchise player in the making right now, but Lauri doesn't. While Lauri was number one or number two in last season's roster, he is now number three or four - provided he makes it to the court at all in the closing stages of a game.
Fortunately, the season is just beginning. Things can change quickly. For Markkanen, the best possible Christmas gift would be to join a NBA team with an excellent point guard and coaching that has a track record of developing young players to a higher level in their careers.
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2019.11.01 00:18 NBAKefka The Chicago Bulls have started the season 1-4. They’ve lost to the Cavaliers, the Hornets, and also the Knicks.

The Bulls current situation:
This is the year that the Bulls fan base expected to make a run for a playoffs, where a few years of tanking would finally show results. The entire off season was the front office selling this fan base on the idea that we would be fighting for the playoffs this year. As of now though, it’s been a disaster to start the season. Our two most consistent competitors have been our two youngest players in Wendell Carter and Coby White. LaVine has been underwhelming, Lauri has been missing the majority of his 3’s, Otto Porter has been struggling to find consistency, and Satoransky has been misused. We fired a coach that actually seemed relatively competent in Fred Hoiberg .. just to name Jim Boylen as the head coach. After less then a full season(proving nothing along the way) the front office decided to extend Boylen for 3 more years. The defense has been non existent, our rotations make no sense, and to top it all off .. this year marks the 10 year anniversary of the Bulls signing notoriously incompetent GM Gar Forman. Wendell Carter was quoted as saying: “We got too caught up in ‘We’re a playoff team’” and it’s been showing loud and clear to start the season.
TLDR; Bulls bad, thought we’d be good, sad face.
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2019.10.30 02:46 Warwolf5 I'm from the future!

Hello, present time Chicago Bulls fans!
I've come with a message from the future. Sure things look bleak now, but you have to be patient. Things will eventually become a LOT better.
So here's what's going to happen: Bulls will end up in the 7th seed this season (Bulls will win by 77 points in one of their games, you're going to have to stay tuned to find out which one it is), will win the first round, EC semi, and ECF rounds in 7 games. Coby White gets a minor injury during the playoffs, but it's no biggie. Coach Boylen will demote him to the 7th man to make sure he stays healthy, and it will be Bulls vs. Lakers in the Finals, where the Bulls will win the 7th banner after an intense Game 7, winning by 7 in 7OT after our latest 7th pick, Coby "7th man" White drains a step-back three pointer with 0.7 seconds left on the clock (WCJ gets 7 blocks in that game and Lauri is 7/7 from three). Later on, in the lottery, we fucked around and traded Felicio and Kornet for the 7th pick. For the cherry on top, Giannis will sign with the Bulls in FA and will wear #7, and Carme7o Anthony will replace Gar Forman as GM.
CHEERS!
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2019.10.01 09:02 howser343 2019 Chicago Bulls Media Day - Full Videos

Gar Forman, John Paxson, and Jim Boylen
Lauri Markkanen and Zach LaVine
Tomas Satoransky and Thaddeus Young
Daniel Gafford and Coby White
Otto Porter Jr. and Wendell Carter Jr.
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2019.09.01 18:22 ZandrickEllison [OC] Is It Hot In Here, Or Is It Just Me? a 30-team examination of which coaches are on the “hot seat”

The NBA season hasn't started yet, but that doesn't mean that coaches should feel entirely comfortable in their offices quite yet. Circumstances change quickly, and coaching positions can change quickly along with them.
Through this (super long) post, I wanted to assess each coach's job security for this 2019-20 season. There's no simple or accurate metric for measuring this, so I'm going to give an estimated and subjective appraisal of their chances of getting fired, either in mid-season or at the end of the season.
I LOVE YOU, PLEASE DON'T LEAVE ME (listed alphabetically by team)
Golden State: Steve Kerr
After 5 years on the job, Steve Kerr has a winning percentage of .785 in the regular season, and 3 NBA titles in the postseason. In fact, the team's 57-25 record last year was the worst of his tenure so far. So yes, his job is safe. Kerr could coach the next 10 years there if he wanted. For Kerr, it's not a matter of job security; it's a matter of health. He's been able to endure his constant back pain in pursuit of titles, but will he have the same resolve if the team sags into "good but not great" status? TBD. chance of firing: 0%. chance of retirement: 10%.
L.A. Clippers: Doc Rivers
A few years ago, Doc Rivers was almost the victim of his own success. His gaudy resume had allowed him to take charge of the L.A. Clippers front office, and he simply didn't do a great job in that role. However, he wisely took more of a backseat there, and embraced the job (head coach) that he's quite good at. The 48-34 record last year re-established his coaching cred, and the new superstars should energize him for a few more seasons at least. chance of firing / retirement: 2%
San Antonio: Gregg Popovich
Along with Steve Kerr, Gregg Popovich is firmly in the "you can stay as long as you want" camp. And he nearly has. He's been at the helm for 23 years. Amazing, the last two seasons (47-35, 48-34) have amounted to Pop's worst percentages over the course of a full season. He's one of the greatest ever, and unlike some old veteran coaches, hasn't lost his fastball whatsoever. He's constantly adapted, evolved, and thrived. But as with Kerr, the question is whether Popovich is nearing the end of the road, for personal reasons. He's 70 now, and in control of Team USA. He may hand the baton off and focus on that job going forward. I suspect he'll give it a go in both roles until the Olympics at least, but it's no longer a guarantee. chances of firing: 0%. chances of retiring: 20%.
I STILL LOVE YOU, BUT WE MAY NEED COUPLES COUNSELING (listed alphabetically)
Boston: Brad Stevens
A season or two ago, Brad Stevens was the golden boy coach in the NBA. After a slightly underwhelming 49-33 season, we're starting to see some grumbles about his offense (which isn't as free-flowing and ball-moving as his age may suggest.) The Celtics will replace Kyrie Irving with Kemba Walker, but expectations aren't much lower. If the team can't grab a top 4 seed, those grumbles may grow. And if the Boston-Stevens love affair ends, would he start to eye a move back to the NCAA? Probably not, but we can't promise the marriage lasts forever. chances of firing: 2%, chances of leaving: 5%.
Miami: Erik Spoelstra
Although the Miami Heat have been mediocre lately (124-122 over the last three years), I'm still be inclined to group in Erik Spoelstra in with the "untouchables." After all, this is a 2-time champion coach with 500+ career wins prior to the age of 50 (48 years old right now.) Even if the Miami Heat underachieve and miss the playoffs again, I don't think Pat Riley would want to rock the boat on this culture. Still, Jimmy Butler is a handful, and potential addition Chris Paul isn't a bed of roses either. If Spoelstra can't get "buy in" from his new stars, then there may be more trouble in paradise than we expect. Again, it's a very small chance a divorce happens, but we can't give it a 0 either. chance of firing: 4%.
JUST DON'T EMBARRASS ME IN PUBLIC (listed alphabetically)
Cleveland: John Beilein
It's hard to under-estimate the leverage rookie coach John Beilein has with the organization right now. They lured him from Michigan with a 5 year contract, where he'll be "working for" a front office that features assistant GM Mike Gansey (Beilein's former player.) Simply put: they're going to hand him this team and allow him to build a program in his image. Despite that, it doesn't mean the transition will work like a charm (just ask Billy Donovan.) Beilein is 66 years old, and has never coached in the pros before. He may simply decide that he hates the NBA and walk away prematurely. Still, it's hard to imagine that happening this early barring any unforeseen health issues. chances of firing: 1%. chances of leaving: 5%.
Memphis: Taylor Jenkins
Although they have wildly different resumes and backgrounds, Taylor Jenkins will be in a similar boat to John Beilein. He's inheriting a team that's in a rebuilding situation, and should afford him a lot of patience going forward. The Wharton-grad Jenkins projects as a smart, modern coach who should have long-term success. Still, we can't absolutely guarantee Memphis doesn't fire him after 1 season, because they have done that before. chances of firing: 3%
Milwaukee: Mike Budenholzer
Based on pure coaching talent and resume, Coach Bud has nothing to worry about - particularly after a 60-22 record last season. The only reason that I'm even putting him in this category at all is the potential for off-the-court issues. He had been arrested before on a suspicion of DUI back in 2014, although he was later found not guilty. If something worse happens in that ilk, then he may be in trouble. But barring that, he's obviously safe. chances of firing: 2%.
Minnesota: Ryan Saunders
While interim coach Ryan Saunders (Flip's son) had been a popular pick in the locker room, he still represents a sizable risk by this new front office. After all, he's only 33 years old and hasn't been a head coach at any level prior to that short stint last season. He may be a home run; he may be a strike out. Of course, he'd have to be a wild strike out (with a bat thrown into the stands) for it to amount to a firing in year one. chances of firing: 5%
Orlando: Steve Clifford
Veteran Steve Clifford did a tremendous job in his first year in Orlando, helping the team improve from 25-57 to 42-40 and a playoff trip. There's a chance the Magic may stagnate in R1 unless one of their young players (Jon Isaac, Mo Bamba, Markelle Fultz) takes a "leap," but they should have patience with Clifford for at least another year or two. Barring health issues, his job is safe. chances of firing: 2%.
Phoenix: Monty Williams
One of the reasons we can't claim rookie coaches are entirely safe is because teams like Phoenix have fired them in the past -- including Igor Kokoskov last season. However, it'd be very difficult for any owner (even Robert Sarver) to justify doing it two times in a row. In fact, Monty Williams secured a 5-year deal to help prevent that nonsense. chances of firing: 2%.
Sacramento: Luke Walton
Despite mixed results in L.A., Luke Walton was a hot commodity with the Sacramento Kings franchise, who gave him a nice 4-year contract. Of course, that happened before the sexual misconduct allegations that surfaced since. While that appears to have quieted down, any new rumor or accusation may turn up the heat on Walton. Barring that, the team should stand by their man. chances of firing: 5%.
Toronto: Nick Nurse
Nick Nurse is about as close to "untouchable" as you can get for a coach with 1 year of experience. But hey, that was a heck of a year. Nurse won the title, and outfoxed several great coaches along the way. The Raptors could probably sink down as low as 30 wins (unlikely) and still keep Nurse for the long haul. chances of firing: 1%.
Utah: Quin Snyder
While Quin Snyder hasn't had a huge amount of playoff success yet himself, he's also quickly established himself as one of the better NBA coaches. Over the last three years, the Jazz have played lockdown defense and averaged 49.7 wins. This offseason has raised expectations, but Snyder should be safe for another season or two even if they slightly underachieve. The bigger issue would be if Snyder gets in trouble off the court; he had a wilder history in college prior to straightening out in the pros. chances of firing: 4%.
YOU'RE SAFE (FOR NOW) (again, alphabetically)
Atlanta: Lloyd Pierce
In theory, Lloyd Pierce should be in great shape here in Atlanta. The young team had a solid 29-53 season in his first year, and their young core projects well for the future. That said, expectations will rise over time. Pierce was partly hired for his defensive reputation, but the team only ranked 27th last season. With Trae Young (who graded dead last in ESPN RPM on defense), that may be hard to change. Hopefully rookies De'Andre Hunter and Cam Reddish will solve that issue, but if not, Pierce may start feeling some heat in 2020. When he was hired, the team only gave him a 3 year contract, which indicates that he didn't have much leverage coming in. chances of firing: 7.5%
Charlotte: James Borrego
Like Lloyd Pierce, James Borrego will be entering Year 2 in a rebuilding situation that should lend itself to patience. On the other hand, logic tends to go out the window when it comes to the Charlotte Hornets. Borrego will have to deal with a weak roster, and a shaky front office that just gave $19M a season to Terry Rozier. I expect Borrego will survive for a while, but we can't rule out a house cleaning. chances of firing: 10%.
Brooklyn: Kenny Atkinson
Kenny Atkinson has done a great job bringing the Nets out of a deep black hole rebuild, but now the expectations will vault up with the arrival of Kyrie Irving (and soon Kevin Durant.) Presumably, those stars wouldn't have signed up in the first place if they didn't like Atkinson. That said, their opinions can change at the drop of a hat. A disappointment in 2019-20? Okay fine. Another in 2020-21? Then Atkinson will start feeling that seat warm. chances of firing: 4%
Dallas: Rick Carlisle
As one of the most respected coaches (and a title winner to boot), Rick Carlisle should have job security for life. Still, the NBA will always be a stars league, and Carlisle's star isn't Dirk Nowitzki anymore. It's going to be Luka Doncic (and Kristaps Porzingis' team), and Carlisle will need to appease them to some degree. Missing the playoffs this year may be fine, but whiffing again in 2020-21 would be problematic; it would be the 5th season in a row without a playoff berth. chances of firing/retiring: 5%
Denver: Mike Malone
After a premature exit in Sacramento, Mike Malone has rebuilt his stock by lifting Denver to contender status. He's improved every year, from 30-52 to 33-49 to 40-42 to 46-36 to the breakout 54-28 record last season. Of course, that also comes with rising expectations. Like the others in this section, Malone could survive one regression year, but two disappointing years in a row would be a problem. chances of firing: 5%.
Detroit: Dwane Casey
Of all our coaches, Dwane Casey knows that one should never get too comfortable. After all, he was fired after a 59-win season (and a Coach of the Year trophy) in Toronto. After that, he still had enough leverage to earn a 5-year deal in Detroit, which should buy him quite a bit of time. Still, a 41-41 start was "meh." To make matters worse, Nick Nurse and the Raptors won the title without him (albeit with Kawhi Leonard.) Given Casey's big contract, he should be safe in Year 2 and Year 3, but there's hardly a guarantee he'll survive all 5 years of the deal. chances of firing: 5%.
10 HOTTEST SEATS (in order)
(10) Portland: Terry Stotts
Remember, this isn't a ranking of the best and worst coaches but merely their situations. In fact, everyone would agree that Terry Stotts is a very good basketball coach. In fact, if you asked the other NBA coaches to rank their peers, I suspect Stotts may even crack the top 5. That skill has manifested on the court as well. His Blazers have made the playoffs for 6 seasons in a row, and had a mini-breakout with a Conference Finals trip this year.
Still, making the playoffs doesn't lock in job security in the NBA; winning a title does. And until that happens, the franchise will always wonder in the back of their minds on whether or not they should pull a "Masai Ujiri" and squeeze Stotts out for a younger assistant on his staff like Nate Tibbetts, a rising star in the ranks.
After tasting the WCF last year, can Stotts afford to take a step back? Probably. Losing in R2 seems about right for this team as presently constructed. But what if they lose in R1? Then it becomes more of a debate. I'd still recommend keeping Stotts and tweaking the roster instead (ya'll got any more of them stretch PFs?) but I'm not in charge of the team and I'm not ruling any shake-ups out. chances of firing: 15%
(9) Indiana: Nate McMillan
As with Terry Stotts, it may feel strange to see Nate McMillan on this list. At first glance, neither should be on the hot seat at all. In McMillan's three years on the job, he's guided the team to winning records and playoff trips in each season. The Pacers just finished 48-34 despite Victor Oladipo's injury, and may be better than that this season with new additions like Malcolm Brogdon.
Still, we have to go deeper than the first glance here. Indiana thrives on the basis of their defense (ranked 3rd last season), which is heavily influenced by assistant Dan Burke and DPOY candidate Myles Turner. Offensively, the team tends to look a little scattered and uncreative, which has Pacers fans quietly murmuring about McMillan. They added some new scorers in Brogdon and T.J. Warren, but both are players coming off career years from 3. If they regress at all -- and this team regresses at all -- then McMillan may be in more trouble than we realize.
Am I expected that? Not really. If I had to bet, I would bank on the Pacers winning 45-50 games and McMillan lasting at least another season. But if we're looking for potential hot seat situations, we can't ignore the potential downside here. If they underachieve, McMillan may be the fall guy. chances of firing: 20%
(8) N.Y. Knicks: David Fizdale
We can't judge David Fizdale too harshly based on his 17-65 record in year one. After all, tanking and landing a top 3 pick was all part of the plan. But what's the plan going forward? After striking out with the superstars in free agency, the Knicks signed a bunch of B+ and C+ players to big money. With it, they've attempted to re-set expectations. Instead of landing superstars in 2019, they're going to land them in 2021! Hopefully?
In the meantime, David Fizdale should be able to survive until then. His team is still young, and features first and second year players like R.J. Barrett, Mitchell Robinson, Kevin Knox, and Dennis Smith. Practically speaking, the veterans like Julius Randle and Bobby Portis are meant to supplement that rebuilding movement. Fizdale should be allowed to develop this group, and be afforded some growing pains in 2019-20 and again in 2020-21.
However, there are a few factors working against him. The front office may fancy themselves a playoff contender out East, which may go sour by the end of the year. Moreover, that front office isn't exactly on solid ground themselves after getting pounded by the press this summer. Dolan may want a complete fresh start after this year. More than that, there's a non-zero chance James Dolan leaves town himself, and some super-billionaire like Jeff Bezos uses his change jar to buy the team and mold it into his image. At the end of the day, there's more uncertainty with this situation than a second-year coach would like to see. chances of firing: 20%
(7) Chicago: Jim Boylen
As a well-respected defensive coordinator, Jim Boylen's name has always been bandied about for head coaching jobs in the past. He finally got his opportunity last season after taking over for apple pie Fred Hoiberg in mid-season.
At first, it did not go well. Jim Boylen had about as rocky of a start as you can imagine, earning negative reports in the press about his drill sergeant attitude clashing with the locker room. Still, he turned that perception around and had a decent finish to the year and earned some "buy in" from the players. Better yet, his Chicago Bulls may be a darkhorse contender for the # 8 seed. They have offensive stars in Zach LaVine and Lauri Markkanen already, so an improved defense may vault them closer to .500. Even if that doesn't happen (yet), Boylen should feel safe knowing he has the backing of the front office.
Of course, that also ties Boylen's fate to that front office. Ownership has tended to leave Gar Forman and John Paxson alone, but it's not a lifetime appointment. If this team doesn't improve enough (and wins say, 25 or 30 games), then there may be a total housecleaning here. I'm a little more optimistic on the Bulls' chances of winning 35-40 games than others, but we can't rule a potential disaster out. chances of firing: 25%
(6) Philadelphia: Brett Brown
After a long dark winter, Brett Brown and the Philadelphia 76ers have emerged from the "Process" intact. In fact, Brown has won more games in each of the last two seasons (52 and 50) then he did over his first three seasons combined (47). But with that comes raised expectations, which may be higher than ever. With Kawhi Leonard out of the Conference and the sheen off the Boston Celtics, the Sixers are the co-favorites with Milwaukee to make the Finals. Losing in the Conference Finals would be acceptable, but a R1 or R2 loss may be stinging.
Would that disappointment be enough to cost Brown his job? It's debatable. His contract extension runs through 2021-22, but that's never stopped a coach from being fired before. Fans may grow frustrated if Ben Simmons still can't shoot, or if Joel Embiid can't stay healthy, or if Philly's defense doesn't look as dominant as it should be on paper (despite Simmons, Embiid, and Jimmy Butler, they only ranked # 15 last season.) It's very possible that Brown becomes the scapegoat here.
Of course, we're talking "worst case scenarios" here. Chances are: the Sixers should be quite good and have a very good chance to make the ECF or the Finals. So while we can't rule out a firing, we wouldn't bet on it either. chances of firing: 30%
(5) New Orleans: Alvin Gentry
After coming over from Golden State, the exceptions for Alvin Gentry in New Orleans were sky-high. Suffice it to say, it's been an underwhelming return so far. Despite the (occasional) presence of Anthony Davis, his Pelicans have won less than 35 games in three of his four seasons on the job.
Oddly, Davis' trade demands may have helped Gentry survive another year. With the blockbuster deal, expectations get re-set and the window extends again. On paper, Gentry and assistant Chris Finch's run-and-gun style should suit this new roster well. Gentry is also someone who's earned high praise from his players and from the media in the past. If new execs David Griffin and Trajan Langdon didn't believe in him, they had the opportunity to make that change this past summer.
But alas, that doesn't mean they won't have that same opportunity again next summer. Gentry's contract will be running out, and the team may decide to go with someone younger than him (he's now age 64.) To earn a longer leash, Gentry doesn't need to make the playoffs, but he has to show reasons for optimism. The Pelicans need to find a clear role for Zion Williamson, and earn some improvement from the cast-off Lakers. There's a lot of talent on the roster, but if the team stalls or looks like a muddled mess, Griffin may likely clean up the picture and chose his own head coach the next time around. chances of firing: 35%
(4) Houston: Mike D'Antoni
Veteran Mike D'Antoni may start spitting out Rodney Dangerfield routines, because the poor guy doesn't get much respect. Despite a great run here in Houston (records of 55-27, 65-17, 53-29), he's still struggling to earn a contract extension from the franchise.
And while owner Tilman Fertitta gets the blame for that, we can't rule out Daryl Morey's influence either. Morey has stated in the past that he thinks coaches' messages tend to run stale after a few years, and that philosophy has born out in their decision making. Jeff Van Gundy lasted 4 years. After him, Rick Adelman lasted 4 years. After him, Kevin McHale lasted 4 years (+10 games). This season, Mike D'Antoni will be entering the dreaded 4th year himself. The Houston Rockets' job essentially has strict presidential term limits, and he's verging on lame duck status.
To up the degree of difficulty even further, the team added Russell Westbrook to the equation. That's not to say it's the wrong decision by any means or that it won't work out (personally I'd still peg them for a top 3 seed), but we have to admit there's a sizable chance that it won't work out. The chemistry for Harden + Westbrook is going to be harder to calculate now that they've both had considerable success (and MVP seasons). And if something doesn't click, it will certainly be easier to blame D'Antoni than the two stars, whose massive contracts run for another few seasons. chances of firing/retiring: 40%
(3) L.A. Lakers: Frank Vogel
It's rare to see a first-year coach listed this high, but this is rare circumstances indeed. Frank Vogel will be joining the Lakers on a 3-year contract, which is quite light for a veteran like him. That fact showcases his limited leverage and his reduced reputation. The Lakers didn't high the coach who guided the Indiana Pacers to the ECF; they hired the coach who led Orlando to 29-53 and 25-57 records. In some ways, Vogel is lucky to have landed any job at all.
But there's no mistaking the fact that this particular job will come with some challenges. Primary among them: the threat of assistant Jason Kidd breathing down his neck. According to some, Kidd was the first choice of the front office, and the conspiracy theory that they simply didn't want to hire him outright (due to domestic violence charges in the past) checks out logically for me. Vogel can't be too pleased to turn on the Summer League and watch his new star LeBron James sitting next to Kidd in Vegas either.
Will LeBron James, Rich Paul, and Jason Kidd conspire to stab Vogel like Caesar? The odds are high. But the question is a matter of "when?" James didn't love David Blatt, but allowed him 1.5 on the job before he got the boot. The Lakers may end up giving Vogel a full season and change to make his impact on the defensive end before considering a full-time change in midseason in 2020-21.
And hey, we can't rule out the "what if it works?" theory either. This team has LeBron James and Anthony Davis, for fuck's sake. They have a legitimate chance to be a great team, and even an NBA champion. If that happens, Vogel won't be going anywhere (at least, not for another year or two.) chances of firing: 45%
(2) Washington: Scottie Brooks
The Scottie Brooks era in Washington has been a disappointment, and it won't get much prettier from here. After the John Wall injury, the Wizards will be entering 2019-20 with one legitimate star in Bradley Beal and a wonky supporting cast. They're a motley crew of decent prospects who may be 2 years away (Troy Brown, Rui Hachimura, Thomas Bryant) and veterans who may be 2 years removed from quality play (Isaiah Thomas, Ish Smith, C.J. Miles.) Realistically speaking, Bradley Beal will have to put in a Herculean effort for this group to win 35 games.
If there's any reason to think the axe will not come for Scottie Brooks' head, it's that this Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis isn't the "off with his head!" type. He's been patience with the Washington Capitals hockey team, as well as this Wizards unit. Former GM Ernie Grunfeld lasted for years past his expiration date. And in turn, Brooks may be allowed to play out another year of his (pricy) contract. Brooks also has a reputation as a good player development coach, which bodes well for his prospects during a possible rebuild to come.
All that said, Brooks shouldn't be investing in D.C. real estate. The clock is ticking. I would fully expect new acting GM Tommy Sheppard to cut Brooks loose and choose his own coach at some point, but we can't be 100% confident it will happen after this season or after the next. chances of firing: 50%
(1) Oklahoma City: Billy Donovan
Given his new status as a /NBA punching bag, it's hard to under-sell just how much leverage Billy Donovan had when he first came to Oklahoma City. We're talking about a well-paid college coach who had won two separate NCAA titles at Florida, and had resisted the NBA calls for years. He arrived in OKC with a 5-year deal in tow, as well as a reputation as one of the best coaches in basketball.
As we now enter Year 5 of that contract, Donovan's reputation has been tarnished considerably. He's been blasted for perceived underachievement, particularly in the postseason. With Kevin Durant, the team blew a 3-1 lead to Golden State, and hasn't won a playoff series since (losing in R1 three times in a row.) In fact, they've gone 4-15 in playoff games since then. Donovan's managed to avoid getting the boot because of his reputation and big contract, but those excuses won't hold off the executioner much longer.
Personally, I'm a little bit of a "Donovan Defender." I don't think he's done as bad of a job as advertised. After all, his worst regular season record has been 47-35. He's kept the team afloat without Kevin Durant. And sure, he probably should have reined in Russell Westbrook, but it's not easy to harness an MVP. The fact that Donovan won 48 games with a guard who jacked up 20 shots a game (at 50.1% true shooting) is oddly impressive in a way. And heck, let's even defend blowing the 3-1 lead. It's not like OKC woke up one morning with a 3-1 lead under their Christmas tree; Donovan used some wily tricks and unconventional lineups to help earn those 3 wins in the first place.
But again, these rankings aren't about my perception of the coaches, but rather my perception of their situations and stocks. In theory, this OKC roster isn't half bad and could flirt with .500 if they wanted to pursue the playoffs. And in theory, if they blow it up, then a college coach like Donovan may be well suited for that rebuild. But in reality, I just don't see an extension here. The marriage has soured, resentment has built up, and a divorce may be best for both parties involved. chances of firing: 55%
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2019.08.31 15:44 ZandrickEllison Is It Hot In Here, Or Is It Just Me? An examination of all 30 coaches and their temperature on the "hot seat"

The NBA season hasn't started yet, but that doesn't mean that coaches should feel entirely comfortable in their offices quite yet. Circumstances change quickly, and coaching positions can change quickly along with them.
Through this (super long) post, I wanted to assess each coach's job security for this 2019-20 season. There's no simple or accurate metric for measuring this, so I'm going to give an estimated and subjective appraisal of their chances of getting fired, either in mid-season or at the end of the season.
I LOVE YOU, PLEASE DON'T LEAVE ME (listed alphabetically by team)
Golden State: Steve Kerr
After 5 years on the job, Steve Kerr has a winning percentage of .785 in the regular season, and 3 NBA titles in the postseason. In fact, the team's 57-25 record last year was the worst of his tenure so far. So yes, his job is safe. Kerr could coach the next 10 years there if he wanted. For Kerr, it's not a matter of job security; it's a matter of health. He's been able to endure his constant back pain in pursuit of titles, but will he have the same resolve if the team sags into "good but not great" status? TBD. chance of firing: 0%. chance of retirement: 10%.
L.A. Clippers: Doc Rivers
A few years ago, Doc Rivers was almost the victim of his own success. His gaudy resume had allowed him to take charge of the L.A. Clippers front office, and he simply didn't do a great job in that role. However, he wisely took more of a backseat there, and embraced the job (head coach) that he's quite good at. The 48-34 record last year re-established his coaching cred, and the new superstars should energize him for a few more seasons at least. chance of firing / retirement: 2%
San Antonio: Gregg Popovich
Along with Steve Kerr, Gregg Popovich is firmly in the "you can stay as long as you want" camp. And he nearly has. He's been at the helm for 23 years. Amazing, the last two seasons (47-35, 48-34) have amounted to Pop's worst percentages over the course of a full season. He's one of the greatest ever, and unlike some old veteran coaches, hasn't lost his fastball whatsoever. He's constantly adapted, evolved, and thrived. But as with Kerr, the question is whether Popovich is nearing the end of the road, for personal reasons. He's 70 now, and in control of Team USA. He may hand the baton off and focus on that job going forward. I suspect he'll give it a go in both roles until the Olympics at least, but it's no longer a guarantee. chances of firing: 0%. chances of retiring: 20%.
I STILL LOVE YOU, BUT WE MAY NEED COUPLES COUNSELING (listed alphabetically)
Boston: Brad Stevens
A season or two ago, Brad Stevens was the golden boy coach in the NBA. After a slightly underwhelming 49-33 season, we're starting to see some grumbles about his offense (which isn't as free-flowing and ball-moving as his age may suggest.) The Celtics will replace Kyrie Irving with Kemba Walker, but expectations aren't much lower. If the team can't grab a top 4 seed, those grumbles may grow. And if the Boston-Stevens love affair ends, would he start to eye a move back to the NCAA? Probably not, but we can't promise the marriage lasts forever. chances of firing: 2%, chances of leaving: 5%.
Miami: Erik Spoelstra
Although the Miami Heat have been mediocre lately (124-122 over the last three years), I'm still be inclined to group in Erik Spoelstra in with the "untouchables." After all, this is a 2-time champion coach with 500+ career wins prior to the age of 50 (48 years old right now.) Even if the Miami Heat underachieve and miss the playoffs again, I don't think Pat Riley would want to rock the boat on this culture. Still, Jimmy Butler is a handful, and potential addition Chris Paul isn't a bed of roses either. If Spoelstra can't get "buy in" from his new stars, then there may be more trouble in paradise than we expect. Again, it's a very small chance a divorce happens, but we can't give it a 0 either. chance of firing: 4%.
JUST DON'T EMBARRASS ME IN PUBLIC (listed alphabetically)
Cleveland: John Beilein
It's hard to under-estimate the leverage rookie coach John Beilein has with the organization right now. They lured him from Michigan with a 5 year contract, where he'll be "working for" a front office that features assistant GM Mike Gansey (Beilein's former player.) Simply put: they're going to hand him this team and allow him to build a program in his image. Despite that, it doesn't mean the transition will work like a charm (just ask Billy Donovan.) Beilein is 66 years old, and has never coached in the pros before. He may simply decide that he hates the NBA and walk away prematurely. Still, it's hard to imagine that happening this early barring any unforeseen health issues. chances of firing: 1%. chances of leaving: 5%.
Memphis: Taylor Jenkins
Although they have wildly different resumes and backgrounds, Taylor Jenkins will be in a similar boat to John Beilein. He's inheriting a team that's in a rebuilding situation, and should afford him a lot of patience going forward. The Wharton-grad Jenkins projects as a smart, modern coach who should have long-term success. Still, we can't absolutely guarantee Memphis doesn't fire him after 1 season, because they have done that before. chances of firing: 3%
Milwaukee: Mike Budenholzer
Based on pure coaching talent and resume, Coach Bud has nothing to worry about - particularly after a 60-22 record last season. The only reason that I'm even putting him in this category at all is the potential for off-the-court issues. He had been arrested before on a suspicion of DUI back in 2014, although he was later found not guilty. If something worse happens in that ilk, then he may be in trouble. But barring that, he's obviously safe. chances of firing: 2%.
Minnesota: Ryan Saunders
While interim coach Ryan Saunders (Flip's son) had been a popular pick in the locker room, he still represents a sizable risk by this new front office. After all, he's only 33 years old and hasn't been a head coach at any level prior to that short stint last season. He may be a home run; he may be a strike out. Of course, he'd have to be a wild strike out (with a bat thrown into the stands) for it to amount to a firing in year one. chances of firing: 5%
Orlando: Steve Clifford
Veteran Steve Clifford did a tremendous job in his first year in Orlando, helping the team improve from 25-57 to 42-40 and a playoff trip. There's a chance the Magic may stagnate in R1 unless one of their young players (Jon Isaac, Mo Bamba, Markelle Fultz) takes a "leap," but they should have patience with Clifford for at least another year or two. Barring health issues, his job is safe. chances of firing: 2%.
Phoenix: Monty Williams
One of the reasons we can't claim rookie coaches are entirely safe is because teams like Phoenix have fired them in the past -- including Igor Kokoskov last season. However, it'd be very difficult for any owner (even Robert Sarver) to justify doing it two times in a row. In fact, Monty Williams secured a 5-year deal to help prevent that nonsense. chances of firing: 2%.
Sacramento: Luke Walton
Despite mixed results in L.A., Luke Walton was a hot commodity with the Sacramento Kings franchise, who gave him a nice 4-year contract. Of course, that happened before the sexual misconduct allegations that surfaced since. While that appears to have quieted down, any new rumor or accusation may turn up the heat on Walton. Barring that, the team should stand by their man. chances of firing: 5%.
Toronto: Nick Nurse
Nick Nurse is about as close to "untouchable" as you can get for a coach with 1 year of experience. But hey, that was a heck of a year. Nurse won the title, and outfoxed several great coaches along the way. The Raptors could probably sink down as low as 30 wins (unlikely) and still keep Nurse for the long haul. chances of firing: 1%.
Utah: Quin Snyder
While Quin Snyder hasn't had a huge amount of playoff success yet himself, he's also quickly established himself as one of the better NBA coaches. Over the last three years, the Jazz have played lockdown defense and averaged 49.7 wins. This offseason has raised expectations, but Snyder should be safe for another season or two even if they slightly underachieve. The bigger issue would be if Snyder gets in trouble off the court; he had a wilder history in college prior to straightening out in the pros. chances of firing: 4%.
YOU'RE SAFE (FOR NOW) (again, alphabetically)
Atlanta: Lloyd Pierce
In theory, Lloyd Pierce should be in great shape here in Atlanta. The young team had a solid 29-53 season in his first year, and their young core projects well for the future. That said, expectations will rise over time. Pierce was partly hired for his defensive reputation, but the team only ranked 27th last season. With Trae Young (who graded dead last in ESPN RPM on defense), that may be hard to change. Hopefully rookies De'Andre Hunter and Cam Reddish will solve that issue, but if not, Pierce may start feeling some heat in 2020. When he was hired, the team only gave him a 3 year contract, which indicates that he didn't have much leverage coming in. chances of firing: 7.5%
Charlotte: James Borrego
Like Lloyd Pierce, James Borrego will be entering Year 2 in a rebuilding situation that should lend itself to patience. On the other hand, logic tends to go out the window when it comes to the Charlotte Hornets. Borrego will have to deal with a weak roster, and a shaky front office that just gave $19M a season to Terry Rozier. I expect Borrego will survive for a while, but we can't rule out a house cleaning. chances of firing: 10%.
Brooklyn: Kenny Atkinson
Kenny Atkinson has done a great job bringing the Nets out of a deep black hole rebuild, but now the expectations will vault up with the arrival of Kyrie Irving (and soon Kevin Durant.) Presumably, those stars wouldn't have signed up in the first place if they didn't like Atkinson. That said, their opinions can change at the drop of a hat. A disappointment in 2019-20? Okay fine. Another in 2020-21? Then Atkinson will start feeling that seat warm. chances of firing: 4%
Dallas: Rick Carlisle
As one of the most respected coaches (and a title winner to boot), Rick Carlisle should have job security for life. Still, the NBA will always be a stars league, and Carlisle's star isn't Dirk Nowitzki anymore. It's going to be Luka Doncic (and Kristaps Porzingis' team), and Carlisle will need to appease them to some degree. Missing the playoffs this year may be fine, but whiffing again in 2020-21 would be problematic; it would be the 5th season in a row without a playoff berth. chances of firing/retiring: 5%
Denver: Mike Malone
After a premature exit in Sacramento, Mike Malone has rebuilt his stock by lifting Denver to contender status. He's improved every year, from 30-52 to 33-49 to 40-42 to 46-36 to the breakout 54-28 record last season. Of course, that also comes with rising expectations. Like the others in this section, Malone could survive one regression year, but two disappointing years in a row would be a problem. chances of firing: 5%.
Detroit: Dwane Casey
Of all our coaches, Dwane Casey knows that one should never get too comfortable. After all, he was fired after a 59-win season (and a Coach of the Year trophy) in Toronto. After that, he still had enough leverage to earn a 5-year deal in Detroit, which should buy him quite a bit of time. Still, a 41-41 start was "meh." To make matters worse, Nick Nurse and the Raptors won the title without him (albeit with Kawhi Leonard.) Given Casey's big contract, he should be safe in Year 2 and Year 3, but there's hardly a guarantee he'll survive all 5 years of the deal. chances of firing: 5%.
10 HOTTEST SEATS (in order)
(10) Portland: Terry Stotts
Remember, this isn't a ranking of the best and worst coaches but merely their situations. In fact, everyone would agree that Terry Stotts is a very good basketball coach. In fact, if you asked the other NBA coaches to rank their peers, I suspect Stotts may even crack the top 5. That skill has manifested on the court as well. His Blazers have made the playoffs for 6 seasons in a row, and had a mini-breakout with a Conference Finals trip this year.
Still, making the playoffs doesn't lock in job security in the NBA; winning a title does. And until that happens, the franchise will always wonder in the back of their minds on whether or not they should pull a "Masai Ujiri" and squeeze Stotts out for a younger assistant on his staff like Nate Tibbetts or David Vanterpool, two rising star coaching candidates in their own right.
After tasting the WCF last year, can Stotts afford to take a step back? Probably. Losing in R2 seems about right for this team as presently constructed. But what if they lose in R1? Then it becomes more of a debate. I'd still recommend keeping Stotts and tweaking the roster instead (ya'll got any more of them stretch PFs?) but I'm not in charge of the team and I'm not ruling any shake-ups out. chances of firing: 15%
(9) Indiana: Nate McMillan
As with Terry Stotts, it may feel strange to see Nate McMillan on this list. At first glance, neither should be on the hot seat at all. In McMillan's three years on the job, he's guided the team to winning records and playoff trips in each season. The Pacers just finished 48-34 despite Victor Oladipo's injury, and may be better than that this season with new additions like Malcolm Brogdon.
Still, we have to go deeper than the first glance here. Indiana thrives on the basis of their defense (ranked 3rd last season), which is heavily influenced by assistant Dan Burke and DPOY candidate Myles Turner. Offensively, the team tends to look a little scattered and uncreative, which has Pacers fans quietly murmuring about McMillan. They added some new scorers in Brogdon and T.J. Warren, but both are players coming off career years from 3. If they regress at all -- and this team regresses at all -- then McMillan may be in more trouble than we realize.
Am I expected that? Not really. If I had to bet, I would bank on the Pacers winning 45-50 games and McMillan lasting at least another season. But if we're looking for potential hot seat situations, we can't ignore the potential downside here. If they underachieve, McMillan may be the fall guy. chances of firing: 20%
(8) N.Y. Knicks: David Fizdale
We can't judge David Fizdale too harshly based on his 17-65 record in year one. After all, tanking and landing a top 3 pick was all part of the plan. But what's the plan going forward? After striking out with the superstars in free agency, the Knicks signed a bunch of B+ and C+ players to big money. With it, they've attempted to re-set expectations. Instead of landing superstars in 2019, they're going to land them in 2021! Hopefully?
In the meantime, David Fizdale should be able to survive until then. His team is still young, and features first and second year players like R.J. Barrett, Mitchell Robinson, Kevin Knox, and Dennis Smith. Practically speaking, the veterans like Julius Randle and Bobby Portis are meant to supplement that rebuilding movement. Fizdale should be allowed to develop this group, and be afforded some growing pains in 2019-20 and again in 2020-21.
However, there are a few factors working against him. The front office may fancy themselves a playoff contender out East, which may go sour by the end of the year. Moreover, that front office isn't exactly on solid ground themselves after getting pounded by the press this summer. Dolan may want a complete fresh start after this year. More than that, there's a non-zero chance James Dolan leaves town himself, and some super-billionaire like Jeff Bezos uses his change jar to buy the team and mold it into his image. At the end of the day, there's more uncertainty with this situation than a second-year coach would like to see. chances of firing: 20%
(7) Chicago: Jim Boylen
As a well-respected defensive coordinator, Jim Boylen's name has always been bandied about for head coaching jobs in the past. He finally got his opportunity last season after taking over for apple pie Fred Hoiberg in mid-season.
At first, it did not go well. Jim Boylen had about as rocky of a start as you can imagine, earning negative reports in the press about his drill sergeant attitude clashing with the locker room. Still, he turned that perception around and had a decent finish to the year and earned some "buy in" from the players. Better yet, his Chicago Bulls may be a darkhorse contender for the # 8 seed. They have offensive stars in Zach LaVine and Lauri Markkanen already, so an improved defense may vault them closer to .500. Even if that doesn't happen (yet), Boylen should feel safe knowing he has the backing of the front office.
Of course, that also ties Boylen's fate to that front office. Ownership has tended to leave Gar Forman and John Paxson alone, but it's not a lifetime appointment. If this team doesn't improve enough (and wins say, 25 or 30 games), then there may be a total housecleaning here. I'm a little more optimistic on the Bulls' chances of winning 35-40 games than others, but we can't rule a potential disaster out. chances of firing: 25%
(6) Philadelphia: Brett Brown
After a long dark winter, Brett Brown and the Philadelphia 76ers have emerged from the "Process" intact. In fact, Brown has won more games in each of the last two seasons (52 and 50) then he did over his first three seasons combined (47). But with that comes raised expectations, which may be higher than ever. With Kawhi Leonard out of the Conference and the sheen off the Boston Celtics, the Sixers are the co-favorites with Milwaukee to make the Finals. Losing in the Conference Finals would be acceptable, but a R1 or R2 loss may be stinging.
Would that disappointment be enough to cost Brown his job? It's debatable. His contract extension runs through 2021-22, but that's never stopped a coach from being fired before. Fans may grow frustrated if Ben Simmons still can't shoot, or if Joel Embiid can't stay healthy, or if Philly's defense doesn't look as dominant as it should be on paper (despite Simmons, Embiid, and Jimmy Butler, they only ranked # 15 last season.) It's very possible that Brown becomes the scapegoat here.
Of course, we're talking "worst case scenarios" here. Chances are: the Sixers should be quite good and have a very good chance to make the ECF or the Finals. So while we can't rule out a firing, we wouldn't bet on it either. chances of firing: 30%
(5) New Orleans: Alvin Gentry
After coming over from Golden State, the exceptions for Alvin Gentry in New Orleans were sky-high. Suffice it to say, it's been an underwhelming return so far. Despite the (occasional) presence of Anthony Davis, his Pelicans have won less than 35 games in three of his four seasons on the job.
Oddly, Davis' trade demands may have helped Gentry survive another year. With the blockbuster deal, expectations get re-set and the window extends again. On paper, Gentry and assistant Chris Finch's run-and-gun style should suit this new roster well. Gentry is also someone who's earned high praise from his players and from the media in the past. If new execs David Griffin and Trajan Langdon didn't believe in him, they would have every opportunity to make a change this past summer.
But alas, that doesn't mean they won't have that same opportunity again next summer. Gentry's contract will be running out, and the team may decide to go with someone younger than him (he's now age 64.) To earn a longer leash, Gentry doesn't need to make the playoffs, but he has to show reasons for optimism. The Pelicans need to find a clear role for Zion Williamson, and earn some improvement from the cast-off Lakers. There's a lot of talent on the roster, but if the team stalls or looks like a muddled mess, Griffin may likely clean up the picture and chose his own head coach the next time around. chances of firing: 35%
(4) Houston: Mike D'Antoni
Veteran Mike D'Antoni may start spitting out Rodney Dangerfield routines, because the poor guy doesn't get much respect. Despite a great run here in Houston (records of 55-27, 65-17, 53-29), he's still struggling to earn a contract extension from the franchise.
And while owner Tilman Fertitta gets the blame for that, we can't rule out Daryl Morey's influence either. Morey has stated in the past that he thinks coaches' messages tend to run stale after a few years, and that philosophy has born out in their decision making. Jeff Van Gundy lasted 4 years. After him, Rick Adelman lasted 4 years. After him, Kevin McHale lasted 4 years (+10 games). This season, Mike D'Antoni will be entering the dreaded 4th year himself. The Houston Rockets' job essentially has strict presidential term limits, and he's verging on lame duck status.
To up the degree of difficulty even further, the team added Russell Westbrook to the equation. That's not to say it's the wrong decision by any means or that it won't work out (personally I'd still peg them for a top 3 seed), but we have to admit there's a sizable chance that it won't work out. The chemistry for Harden + Westbrook is going to be harder to calculate now that they've both had considerable success (and MVP seasons). And if something doesn't click, it will certainly be easier to blame D'Antoni than the two stars, whose massive contracts run for another few seasons. chances of firing/retiring: 40%
(3) L.A. Lakers: Frank Vogel
It's rare to see a first-year coach listed this high, but this is rare circumstances indeed. Frank Vogel will be joining the Lakers on a 3-year contract, which is quite light for a veteran like him. That fact showcases his limited leverage and his reduced reputation. The Lakers didn't high the coach who guided the Indiana Pacers to the ECF; they hired the coach who led Orlando to 29-53 and 25-57 records. In some ways, Vogel is lucky to have landed any job at all.
But there's no mistaking the fact that this particular job will come with some challenges. Primary among them: the threat of assistant Jason Kidd breathing down his neck. According to some, Kidd was the first choice of the front office. The conspiracy theory that they simply didn't want to hire him outright (due to domestic violence charges in the past) checks out logically for me. Vogel can't be too pleased to turn on the Summer League and watch his new star LeBron James sitting and laughing next to Kidd in Vegas either.
Will LeBron James, Rich Paul, and Jason Kidd conspire to stab Vogel like Caesar? The odds are high. But the question is a matter of "when?" James didn't love David Blatt, but allowed him 1.5 on the job before he got the boot. The Lakers may end up giving Vogel a full season and change to make his impact on the defensive end before considering a full-time change in midseason in 2020-21.
And hey, we can't rule out the "what if it works?" theory either. This team has LeBron James and Anthony Davis, for fuck's sake. They have a legitimate chance to be a great team, and even an NBA champion. If that happens, Vogel won't be going anywhere (at least, not for another year or two.) chances of firing: 45%
(2) Washington: Scottie Brooks
The Scottie Brooks era in Washington has been a disappointment, and it won't get much prettier from here. After the John Wall injury, the Wizards will be entering 2019-20 with one legitimate star in Bradley Beal and a wonky supporting cast. They're a motley crew of decent prospects who may be 2 years away (Troy Brown, Rui Hachimura, Thomas Bryant) and veterans who may be 2 years removed from quality play (Isaiah Thomas, Ish Smith, C.J. Miles.) Realistically speaking, Bradley Beal will have to put in a Herculean effort for this group to win 35 games.
If there's any reason to think the axe will not come for Scottie Brooks' head, it's that this Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis isn't the "off with his head!" type. He's been patience with the Washington Capitals hockey team, as well as this Wizards unit. Former GM Ernie Grunfeld lasted for years past his expiration date. And in turn, Brooks may be allowed to play out another year of his (pricy) contract. Brooks also has a reputation as a good player development coach, which bodes well for his prospects during a possible rebuild to come.
All that said, Brooks shouldn't be investing in D.C. real estate. The clock is ticking. I would fully expect new acting GM Tommy Sheppard to cut Brooks loose and choose his own coach at some point, but we can't be 100% confident it will happen after this season or after the next. chances of firing: 50%
(1) Oklahoma City: Billy Donovan
Given his new status as a /NBA punching bag, it's hard to under-sell just how much leverage Billy Donovan had when he first came to Oklahoma City. We're talking about a well-paid college coach who had won two separate NCAA titles at Florida, and had resisted the NBA calls for years. He arrived in OKC with a 5-year deal in tow, as well as a reputation as one of the best coaches in basketball.
As we now enter Year 5 of that contract, Donovan's reputation has been tarnished considerably. He's been blasted for perceived underachievement, particularly in the postseason. With Kevin Durant, the team blew a 3-1 lead to Golden State, and hasn't won a playoff series since (losing in R1 three times in a row.) In fact, they've gone 4-15 in playoff games since then. Donovan's managed to avoid getting the boot because of his reputation and big contract, but those excuses won't hold off the executioner much longer.
Personally, I'm a little bit of a "Donovan Defender." I don't think he's done as bad of a job as advertised. After all, his worst regular season record has been 47-35. He's kept the team afloat without Kevin Durant. And sure, he probably should have reined in Russell Westbrook, but it's not easy to harness an MVP. The fact that Donovan won 48 games with a guard who jacked up 20 shots a game (at 50.1% true shooting) is oddly impressive in a way. And heck, let's even defend blowing the 3-1 lead. It's not like OKC woke up one morning with a 3-1 lead under their Christmas tree; Donovan used some wily tricks and odd lineups to help earn those 3 wins in the first place.
But again, these rankings aren't about my perception of the coaches, but rather my perception of their situations and stocks. In theory, this OKC roster isn't half bad and could flirt with .500 if they wanted to pursue the playoffs. And in theory, if they blow it up, then a college coach like Donovan may be well suited for that rebuild. But in reality, I just don't see an extension here. The marriage has soured, resentment has built up, and a divorce may be best for both parties involved. chances of firing: 55%
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2019.06.23 19:32 lauris_biceps Player/Coach comps from your favorite team

I’ll go first. (Bulls)
Wendell Carter- Funko Pop
Lauri Markkanen- Ivan Drago
Ryan Arcidiacano- Star in Disney channel original movie
Zach Lavine- attractive light skinned dude on BET show that has a nice calm demeanor. Very smooth.
Felicio- Shrek
Otto Porter- Wilt/Lionel Richie
Coby White- lovable stoner that will also help you move a couch on short notice.
Kris Dunn- attractive dark skinned dude on BET show with a little bit more spicy of demeanor than Zach. Also reminds you of Will Smith if you listen to him talk. Very smooth.
Jim Boylen- That dad that remembers all of your friend’s names and cries when they graduate.
John Paxson- That dad that seems to be holding it together but is quietly raging on the inside and is not to be fucked with.
Gar Forman- Bert from Bert and Ernie.
Jerry Reinsdorf- A mouse that got into a whole wheel of cheese
Benny the Bull- that little brother that is addicted to stirring shit up.
We really don’t have much else under contract so that’s it lol.
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2019.06.20 18:30 hankbaumbach Draft Day Trades - Gar Pax's History

The Bulls do not have the best record of draft day trades particularly since John Paxson and Gar Forman have taken over.
I can think of two draft night trades that did not work out but I was hoping you guys could help me remember any more.
I am separating out draft day trades from pick swaps made in other deals like the Eddy Curry Knicks trade. Only deals made on draft day are what I want to focus on.
2006 LaMarcus Aldridge for Tyrus Thomas and Victor Khryapa
The move we all remember in hindsight being ridiculous since Aldridge is still in the league playing at a relatively high level and Thomas and Khryapa are not. The deal itself sounded decent enough on draft night with the Bulls betting on an athletic player with a lack of skill becoming and all star. (They'd make a few more stabs at this with James Johnson and Marquis Teague before settling in to their current draft strategy of getting guys with high floors even if that means lower ceilings)
Draft Night Grade: B+
Hindsight Grade: F-
2011 Norris Cole and Malcolm Lee for Nikola Mirotic
Shoutout to _finite_jest for the reminder on this one! The Bulls were coming off their Eastern Conference playoff loss and were positioned to be contenders for years to come with Deng, Rose, Noah, and Boozer (yes even Boozer) in the fold. They made the ECF with Keith Bogans as a starter. A month later they made this deal to acquire a mercurial stretch four in Nikola Mirotic for a late first round pick in Norris Cole and a 2nd rounder in Malcolm Lee. Mirotic's run with the Bulls had it's highlights but most remember frustration. That being said, even knowing the injury coming to Rose, keeping Cole and Lee would not have been the better move for Chicago.
Draft Night Grade: A-
Hindsight Grade: B-
2014 Gary Harris and Jusuf Nurkic for Doug McDermott
The Bulls needed a shooter and an NBA ready player who could produce some offense on second units and Doug McDermott sounded like he fit the bill coming out of college. It's just a shame that Gary Harris has completely eclipsed Doug McDermott on both ends of the floor and Jusuf Nurkic is a bonafide starting big man in the modern NBA, either of which the Bulls could use right now let alone both but it made sense at the time with how the roster looked in 2014.
Draft Night Grade: B+
Hindsight Grade: F
2017 Jimmy Butler and Justin Patton for Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn, Lauri Markkenan
Shoutout to ojodetodie and FranklinRichardss for reminding me about this one. This was the end of the end of the Thibs era with the Bulls officially hitting the reset button on their roster and electing to let Father Time beat out Lebron and Golden State instead of doing it themselves. The night of the deal left many scratching their heads as the Bulls rolled the dice on another athletic wing coming off ACL surgery, a defensive minded point guard who couldn't find minutes under a defensive minded coach who never plays rookies anyway, and a relative unknown out of Arizon for a bonafide All Star. Many agreed it was the right time to move on from Butler while others felt he never got a legit chance with Chicago after being saddled with Wade and Rondo for one year. But the Bulls definitely won out in the long run with Minnesota getting rid of Jimmy to also go young and 2 out of 3 of the Bulls gambles on draft night ended up paying off.
Draft Night Grade: D
Hindsight Grade: A
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2019.04.19 16:33 ZandrickEllison Put yourself in Zion's (broken) shoes -- where do you want to play next year? a ranking of his best landing spots

While the playoffs may be raging on -- there are 14 teams sitting at home with nothing to do than spin the wheel and sim the lottery on tankathon.
With them and their fans in mind, I wanted to trickle in some draft talk up until the lottery unfolds for real in a few weeks. And of course, the biggest storyline to come out of that night will be: who landed the # 1 pick? A.K.A. Who landed Zion Williamson?
On the other end, you have to presume Zion Williamson is wondering that himself. Some teams and destinations are more appealing than others. So with that in mind, I wanted to gauge and rank the best landing spots for Williamson. To do that, we're going to rely on three separate criteria:
MARKET. The idea of chasing "big markets!" feels a little outdated, but there's some underlying truth there. Advertisers will still pay you more, and that matters to your bank account. So given that, we'll grade these markets on a 1-3 scale. We could factor in preferred cities and lifestyles for extra bonus points, but we simply don't know Williamson's taste there. Some people like big cities -- some prefer quieter towns.
ORGANIZATION. Talent trumps everything in the NBA, but there's no doubt that certain organizations and cultures can aid or inhibit that process (especially for younger players.) Here, we're factoring in the coaching staff and the front office / ownership groups. Let's make this a 1-5 scale.
ROSTER FIT. Every team would find a place for a talent like Zion Williamson, but some would be able to maximize him more than others. Here, we can also use a 1-5 scale. So all in all, we have a max score of 13 (3+5+5).
At first, we will run through each team (based on most likely odds to land the # 1 pick) and then can rank those after we have determined our total score.
N.Y. KNICKS (14% chance at # 1 pick)
MARKET. There's a difference between a city's specific population and the total population of their surrounding area and urban centers, but no matter what metric you cite, New York City is still the most populated place in these ol' United States. score: 3 (of 3)
ORGANIZATION. The Knicks have been a trainwreck of a franchise over the last decade or so, but may have turned the corner and settled into normalcy. GM Scott Perry is a pro, and coach David Fizdale is well liked by (most of) his players. And while James Dolan is a little bit of a clown, he doesn't interfere with operations as much as other bad owners may. score: 2 (of 5)
ROSTER. Before we talk about Zion Williamson's best basketball "fit," we should articulate his own basketball skills first. Obviously, he's an athletic freak with a frame (6'6", 280) that we haven't seen before. He's a power dunker, but also has an underrated ball handling and passing ability. His shot is below average now, with the potential to improve. Offensively, Blake Griffin feels like a fair "comp."
Defensively, Williamson utilizes his athleticism more than Griffin did and acts as a disruptive force. He racked up 1.8 blocks and 2.1 steals, which are especially deadly given how good he is in transition. In terms of position, he may be able to guard some small forwards and smallball centers, but he feels like a clear power forward to me. The height isn't ideal for the 4, but he makes up for it with his strength.
How does that fit on the Knicks? It's hard to say right now, because we don't know who the "Knicks" are. If it's the younger version of the team (with Dennis Smith, Kevin Knox, and Mitchell Robinson), the fit should be fine. Knox may get squeezed some, but Robinson's length and shot blocking should fit in well with Williamson on defense.
As is, the Knicks would be a decent fit, but if they pull off a coup de grace and land Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving? It'd be like entering basketball nirvana. Williamson doesn't have the skill set to score at will as a go-to player yet, so working alongside two studs would make his life easy. Moreover, Durant and Irving are excellent shooters/spacers that would allow him more room to work. The three would be a "5" out of 5 fit. Of course, it may not happen, so let's hedge our bets. score: 4 (of 5)
CLEVELAND (14% chance at # 1 pick)
MARKET. With an urban area population of around 1.5 million, Cleveland is on the mid-to-low end of sports markets. Given that, we're going to split the difference and grade them in between a "1" and "2". score: 1.5 (of 3)
ORGANIZATION. Like James Dolan, Dan Gilbert probably gets too much shit as an owner. Sure, he has his own clownish moments (like the petty and tantruming letter to LeBron), but he dips into his pocket to spend what's necessary to win. GM Koby Altman is still an unproven entity, and the coach is even more so (since there is none.) The Cavs appear likely to hire a younger player-development coach, which would be the right move for this rebuilding team. score: 2 (of 5)
ROSTER. The survivors from the LeBron James era have shown as much life as the bodies floating in the ice after the Titanic sank. Right now, it's a lot of dead weight. Tristan Thompson, J.R. Smith, Brandon Knight, Jordan Clarkson, and Matthew Dellavedova will combine to make an astounding $72M next season.
On the bright side, they're off the books in 2020, at which point the team will eyeing a cleaner future. However, the "good" pieces left on the team don't jump out as an obvious fit for Zion Williamson. Kevin Love and Larry Nance are both PF/Cs without much length themselves. PG Collin Sexton can shoot and score, but he hasn't shown much vision as a passer at all. He averaged 3.0 assists in 31.8 minutes a night. Williamson doesn't exactly need a point guard to get his spots, but it wouldn't hurt. And defensively, Sexton has also shown some real deficiencies. Suffice to say, I would not be jumping up and down to play with these guys if I was Zion Williamson. Score: 1.5 (of 5)
PHOENIX (14% chance at # 1 pick)
MARKET. Phoenix's total market is growing and threatening to crack the top 10 soon. score: 2 (of 3)
ORGANIZATION. One of the best pieces of sports journalism this year was Kevin Arnovitz's inside look into the shit show (literally) that is the Phoenix Suns front office. We don't need to beat a dead horse/goats here: they're lucky we don't allow negative points. score: 1 (of 5)
ROSTER. If Zion Williamson can plug his ears and ignore the distractions of the organization around him, then this team looks appealing on paper. The primary reason would be SG Devin Booker, who would provide spacing for Williamson on offense. Booker gets a world of criticism, but this kid is scoring 26 points per game at age 22. We can work with that. DeAndre Ayton and Williamson may clash some on offense, but defensively Williamson can help protect Ayton and Booker.
The Suns have other holes on their roster -- such as PG -- but that doesn't have to be permanent. The team will have cap space this summer, and can easily sign a decent guard like Malcolm Brogdon or Tyus Jones to hold the fort. This may be a bad team, but it's a young team that can grow along with Williamson. score: 2.5 (of 5)
CHICAGO (12.5% chance at # 1 pick)
MARKET. While Chicago is famous for its "Second City" moniker, it's decidedly the third most populated urban center in the U.S. behind New York and L.A. That said, it's about half the size of its rivals, so we can't go a full "3" here. score: 2.5 (of 3)
ORGANIZATION. Owner Jerry Reinsdorf gets his share of flak, but he's more MIA than SOB; he's won his titles (in basketball and baseball) and is enjoying life on the golf course somewhere. In the meantime, he's allowed the duo of John Paxson and Gar Forman to fumble around in the dark in hopes they may stumble upon a plan. They've gone back to drill sergeant mode with Jim Boylen, but there's no telling if he's the permanent solution past this next year. As a rookie, I wouldn't love to start my career with a front office and staff on the rocks like this. score: 1.5 (of 5)
ROSTER. Immediately, we see some logjam here with Lauri Markkanen and Wendell Carter Jr. playing heavy minutes at PF and C. That said, I wouldn't claim it's as mucky of a situation as you may suspect. Williamson should be able to fit with either Markannen or Carter, and those two can play in combination with each other. So if you slice up that evenly, you'd have 16 minutes of Zion+Lauri, 16 minutes of Zion+Carter, and 16 minutes of Lauri+Carter. All three bigs would play 32 minutes, which is about the range you'd want to target anyway.
While it's theoretically possible, we still can't claim that it's ideal. Adding more complications is the fact that newly acquired Otto Porter Jr. should be playing some minutes as a smallball 4 as well. At the end of the day, the Bulls would most likely make some trades and clear up some space in the frontcourt. So while the talent and youth of this team is strong, the "fit" is less so. grade: 2.5 (of 5)
ATLANTA (10.5% chance at # 1 pick)
MARKET. Atlanta currently ranks # 9 in terms of urban centers, providing a nice platform for sports stars to shine. score: 2 (of 3)
ORGANIZATION. This is a fresh-faced and modern front office, all the way down from new owner Anthony Ressler (arrived in 2015) to new GM Travis Schlenk (arrived in 2017) to new coach Lloyd Pierce (arrived in 2018). They don't have a long track record, but early signs have been encouraging. grade: 3 (of 5)
ROSTER. If you were going to draw up a perfect pairing for a young star like Zion Williamson, you may come up with Trae Young. He's an excellent spacer and passer who can thrive with Williamson on the offensive end. Fellow rookie Kevin Huerter also flashed promise as an additional spacer, which is exactly what you'd want around those two young cornerstones.
If there's any hesitation here, it'd be whether or not Zion Williamson and PF John Collins clash in terms of skill set. As high fliers, Collins and Williamson would be an exciting tandem to watch, of course, but they may end up being too similar. Collins doesn't have ideal length (6'11") or shot blocking ability (0.6 per game) to hold down the center spot, and Williamson would be undersized for that as well. That said, if you value "position-less" basketball, you may want interchangeable pieces like that. score: 4 (of 5)
WASHINGTON (9.0% chance at # 1 pick)
MARKET. As mentioned, there's a difference between a city population and a surrounding area. Washington, D.C. doesn't have a huge population itself, but the DMV is a healthy market as a whole. score: 2 (of 3.)
ORGANIZATION. Owner Ted Leonsis finally snuffed out GM Ernie Grunfeld's flame after a 15+ shaky years at the helm. You can certainly blame Leonsis for not acting sooner, although that type of long leash may appeal to potential execs. That new GM will have a tough decision of his own to make. Coach Scottie Brooks hasn't shown much improvement at all in three years on the job; the clock is ticking there louder than the croc in Neverland. score: 2 (of 5)
ROSTER. If John Wall never got hurt, this would be an amazing fit across the board. Wall and Bradley Beal represent one of the best guard duos in the league, but have been let down by limited talent down low. With Zion Williamson acting as a third scorer and help defender, the Wizards would immediately vault back into the playoff picture.
Unfortunately, Wall is hurt, and due for an extravagant amount of money that will limit this team's flexibility going forward. We have to ding them for that. That said, Bradley Beal is such a dynamic talent (averaging 25-5-5 at age 25) and such a great fit next to Zion Williamson that we can't dismiss this destination as a solid one. grade: 3 (of 5)
NEW ORLEANS (6.0% chance at # 1 pick)
MARKET. New Orleans is an amazing city -- one of the most unique and vibrant in the entire U.S. But if you're selling a basketball star, it's quite limited in terms of visibility and marketability. The population and wealth is on the low end of sports cities. score: 1 (of 3.)
ORGANIZATION. If we had to grade this a few months ago, the Pelicans may have landed dead last. Embattled GM Dell Demps failed to take advantage of Anthony Davis' transcendent talent and lost the faith of his star in the process. But in his place, the team found a steadying influence in David Griffin; he may not be able to keep AD, but he can give the fans some hope of competence. score: 2 (of 5)
ROSTER. You have to wonder if a Hail Mary lottery win may cause Anthony Davis to change his mind about his leaving town. Davis and Zion Williamson would fit together on the court and provide one of the most athletic and dynamic frontcourts of all time. Along with Jrue Holiday and E'Twaun Moore, the Pelicans could get back into the playoff groove again.
Even if Davis follows through on his trade demand, all won't be lost. The team would presumably receive an influx of young talent that they could tailor around Williamson's talent. Still, it won't be easy to execute that plan. The team will be embracing a youth movement but will still have Jrue Holiday (28) and E'Twaun Moore (30) as competent vets. Moreover, Julius Randle (who has a player option but may return) doesn't quite mesh with Williamson himself. He's an undersized big himself who -- while underrated as a passer -- is basically Williamson with dead legs. There would be a lot of shuffling here that doesn't make for a seamless fit. score: 2 (of 5)
MEMPHIS (6.0% chance at # 1 pick)
MARKET. In terms of NBA markets, Memphis is among the smallest and poorest in the league. score: 1 (of 3)
ORGANIZATION. The Memphis Grizzlies finally made a sea change, demoting long-time GM Chris Wallace and dismissing short-time coach J.B. Bickerstaff. The process of finding their replacements is ongoing, so it's hard to write this grade down in ink yet. Alas, that's the exercise. score: 2 (of 5)
ROSTER. The most exciting element of a potential Zion Williamson walk down to Memphis would be the marriage with Jaren Jackson Jr. Jackson has more length and natural shooting ability, while Williamson has more of a natural attack dog in him. Together, they'd be an excellent fit.
Aside from Jackson, there's not a huge amount of synchronicity here. Veteran PG Mike Conley may stick around, but this team won't be good enough to make a playoff push (even with Williamson.) There's not a ton of young talent around for a full born rebuild either aside from Jackson. But hey, a 1-2 punch like that is a nice starting place. score: 2.5 (of 5)
DALLAS (6.0% chance at # 1 pick), pick protected 1-5
MARKET. Dallas (Ft. Worth/Arlington) ranks 6th in terms of market size and could rise up to crack the top 5 soon. score: 2 (of 3)
ORGANIZATION. The Dallas Mavericks have experienced a few embarrassing ethics scandals behind the scenes, but those don't affect the players’ side of the building. And from that end, all is well. Rick Carlisle is one of the best coaches in the league, and Mark Cuban invests in the team. score: 4 (of 5)
ROSTER. Break up the Mavs! If Dallas defies the lottery odds and somehow lands Zion Williamson (age 19) to join with their other young stars Luka Doncic (age 20) and Kristaps Porzingis (23), then we could be seeing the start of a new dynasty brewing.
I particularly like the fit of Williamson and Porzingis in the frontcourt. The two aspects that Williamson lacks -- height/length and shooting -- can be filled by the Zinger. And on the opposite end, Williamson is a raw ball of steel that can bully people away from the more fragile Porzingis.
The fit with Luka Doncic would be good as well, and potentially great once Doncic solidifies his shooting touch. Doncic's form looks good, but he's still inconsistent in terms of results (he slumped from 34.8% to 26.4% after the All-Star break from beyond the arc.) Still, he is a gifted passer and prodigy of a player that any young forward would be happy to play along side. score: 4.5 (of 5)
MINNESOTA (3.0% chance at # 1 pick)
MARKET. It's a good thing that Zion Williamson is 280 pounds because he may need that thickness to survive up north. Again, we're not ranking lifestyles because that's subjective (Minnesota is cold but the people are sweet as hell). In terms of pure market size, Minneapolis + St. Paul is about average. score: 2 (of 3)
ORGANIZATION. Turns out, the Tom Thibodeau experiment did not end well. But let's be honest -- at the time, it felt like a great move for the franchise. They landed a veteran and defensive-minded coach to help develop their young kids. I can't really fault owner Glen Taylor for signing off on that. In response, the team looks likely to vacillate the other direction and keep uber-young Ryan Saunders. The team likes him, but the resume is admittedly thin. score: 2 (of 5)
ROSTER. Somehow, some way, we have a # 1 pick putting up obscene stats (24-12 with a 62% true shooting mark) that may be slipping under the radar. But make no mistake: Karl-Anthony Towns is a phenomenal talent who still has All-NBA potential if the supporting cast improves. Obviously, Zion Williamson would help in that endeavor quite a bit. Williamson's ability to recover and help on defense would be ideal for KAT, while KAT's shooting ability would serve Williamson well on the offensive end. It's a potential fearsome combo.
As always, the other # 1 pick is long going to be a source of contention for this club, and potentially an expensive albatross hanging around their neck. You have to worry that Andrew Wiggins (the rare no 3 no D wing) would clog up the court for their two studs down low. As a result, he dings what would be a higher score otherwise. score: 3 (of 5)
L.A. LAKERS (2.0% chance at # 1 pick)
MARKET. Again, we're not weighing in lifestyle, so Zion Williamson's desire to play in Los Angeles may depend on how much he likes pretty weather, pretty girls, and pretty gnarly traffic. But in terms of market size and marketing potential? This is a (vegan) cash cow. score: 3 (of 3)
ORGANIZATION. Historically the Los Angeles Lakers have a luster that only the Boston Celtics can rival, but this isn't the 1980s. This isn't the early 2000s. The current Lakers are, quite frankly, a mess. There are warring camps -- leaks to the press -- and a superstar who is filling the space in that power vacuum. It's a situation filled with all sorts of land mines. score: 1 (of 5)
ROSTER. LeBron James got plenty of flak this season for some lapses on defense and a perceived decline on the court. After all, he didn't average his signature 27-7-7. He averaged 27-8-8 instead. At age 34. The man is a superhuman, and still one of the top 5 players in the game (conservatively.) He will certainly lose a step or two as he ages, but that may suit a rising talent like Zion Williamson. James can take some pressure off Williamson now, before handing the baton to him down the road (in theory.)
Do LeBron James and Zion Williamson actually fit together on the court? They have enough talent to make it work, although it's not an ideal match. Both are power (emphasis on power) forwards with average shooting abilities. Defensively, you'd worry about one of the two having to chase wings around the perimeter too often. They may be better off embracing a true position-less style and shedding a traditional center. If they do that, they would have extra space to work and could let the alley-oops fly.
In terms of "fit," Zion Williamson seems like a solid fit for the Lakers' younger core. He can run and gun with Lonzo Ball, and help provide some muscle for Brandon Ingram. Overall, this is a pretty good match, with some spacing concerns to monitor if the young bucks can’t improve in that regard. score: 3.5 (of 5)
CHARLOTTE (1.0% chance at # 1 pick)
MARKET. In terms of market size, Charlotte is on the lower end of sports cities, ranking in the 30s among the U.S. overall. In fact, there are a handful of larger markets that don't have teams. score: 1 (of 3)
ORGANIZATION. In my mind, Michael Jordan = greatest basketball player of all-time. Unfortunately, those skills don't always translate to team building or ownership traits. The franchise has struggled to find its footing, with current GM Mitch Kupchak and the team caught in basketball purgatory. score: 1.5 (of 5)
ROSTER. As mentioned, the Charlotte Hornets find themselves stuck in the muck and mire and unable to dig themselves out or pick a "lane" (contend or rebuild.) If they land Zion Williamson, does that tilt the scales in either direction? Probably -- but it's hard to tell which. The Hornets could utilize the marketabilty of Williamson to justify re-signing Kemba Walker. Still, Kemba Walker + rookie Zion most likely would still not be enough to make playoff waves. Remember, it's hard for rookies (even Williamson) to be hugely positive players right out of the gate.
On the other end of the spectrum, there's not a ton of young talent here to jumpstart the rebuild either. In theory, Malik Monk and Miles Bridges could fit with Williamson, but neither have flashed star talent in the NBA yet. If they let Walker go, Williamson may be caught in a long-haul rebuild in Charlotte. score: 2 (of 5)
MIAMI (1.0% chance at # 1 pick)
MARKET. Miami -- like Washington, D.C. -- boosts its value with surrounding areas as much as the population of the city limits itself. Judged through that lens, it's about average in terms of market size. score: 2 (of 3)
ORGANIZATION. Pat Riley made a rare miscalculation when he overpaid to lock in this current core, but overall we cannot argue with the track record. He is one of the better execs in the game, and Erik Spoelstra is one of the best coaches. The current roster may not be able to take advantage of that, but they have established a top notch culture here. score: 4 (of 5)
ROSTER. The Miami Heat are passing the mantle from the Goran Dragic - Hassan Whiteside group over to the younger players like Justise Winslow, Josh Richardson, and Bam Adebayo. Winslow in particular appears to be a nice fit with Zion Williamson. Both are athletic ball-movers who can play rugged defense. Neither are elite shooters, but a wing like Richardson can help provide additional spacing there (on an awesome contract.)
If there's a question mark here, it would be the "upside" of that group. It's doubtful that Winslow, Richardson, or Adebayo will be All-NBA performers down the road, which makes you wonder whether Williamson would be able to help lead this team to deep playoff contention. He may need a second star to truly thrive. score: 2 (of 5)
PHILADELPHIA (1.0% chance at # 1 pick via SAC)
To clarify, this pick would come via Sacramento. The Kings will most likely send their pick to Boston, but if it happens to land at # 1, then it switches over to Philadelphia.
MARKET. With a population in the top 10 among U.S. urban areas, Philadelphia represents a solid market for a pro athlete. score: 2 (of 3)
ORGANIZATION. Behind the scenes, the "Process" has been like Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, with two general managers getting ousted for quite different circumstances. Brett Brown has been the constant, although he may also be on the rocks himself if the team underachieves this playoff season. Presuming he sticks around, the tandem of Brown and GM Elton Brand is a decent infrastructure. Still, a rookie would love to play for a coach who hasn’t heard his name floated in rumors (even poorly reported ones.) score: 2 (of 5)
ROSTER. When you consider the idea of a # 1 talent heading to a 51 win team, you automatically figure it would lead to a talent overload and a potential dynasty. It may, but this particular pairing would be a little more complicated than that. As mentioned, Williamson is not a good shooter yet, which could further clog an already clogged up half-court offense.
Of course, there are plenty of positives as well. Ben Simmons and Zion Williamson would be a terror in transition. Williamson would also offer the team some flexibility in terms of their roster construction. Right now, they may feel obligated to pay huge money to retain their newly acquired stars Jimmy Butler and Tobias Harris. If you could pencil in Williamson as a starter at PF, then the team has the luxury of keeping whichever they view as the best long-term fit. And if you keep all three, then it helps improve a team depth that has been tested by those trades. The shooting would still be a huge issue, but athleticism and raw talent cures a lot of sins. score: 3.5 (of 5)
OVERALL RANKINGS
After that process, we have the following rankings (with several ties, listed in alphabetical order)
(1) Dallas Mavericks: 10.5 points
(t2) Atlanta Hawks: 9.0 points
(t2) New York Knicks: 9.0 points
(4) Miami Heat: 8.0 points
(t5) L.A. Lakers: 7.5 points
(t5) Minnesota Timberwolves: 7.5 points
(t5) Philadelphia 76ers: 7.5 points
(8) Washington Wizards: 7.0 points
(9) Chicago Bulls: 6.5 points
(t10) Phoenix Suns: 5.5 points
(t10) Memphis Grizzlies: 5.5 points
(t12) Cleveland Cavaliers: 5.0 points
(t12) New Orleans Pelicans: 5.0 points
(14) Charlotte Hornets: 4.5 points
I tried not to tinker around with those rankings after that fact and allow the "method" to stand on its own. At first blush, Miami may seem a little high and perhaps New Orleans is too low if indeed they can convince Anthony Davis to stick around (or bring in a huge haul for him.) And of course, some of the organization and roster grades would change based on how the offseason shakes out.
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