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mrgeode

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Rare case of a win-win, though Luka is a generational talent!
Yeah, Young's better than I expected. I'm not willing to give Atlanta's front office a pass on that one, though.
 

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Yeah, Young's better than I expected. I'm not willing to give Atlanta's front office a pass on that one, though.
Fair—Luka is in the right place, probably third best coach in the NBA and a great front office basketball wise.
 
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mrgeode

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Fair—Luka is in the right place, probably third best coach in the NBA and a great front office basketball wise.
Carlisle's great. Who would you peg as number two? I assume you agree Pop is #1. I like Nick Nurse in Toronto and Kenny Atkinson quite a bit as well.
 
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This is a pretty cool video that’s worth a watch.
That was interesting, Regarding the mental side of the shot; A very long time ago, I played with a "trash talker" and he would say to every shooter as they stepped up to the line "don't forget to bend your knees" second shot after a miss he would say, "I think you bent them too far". It was crazy how often guys would miss.