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https://plus.google.com/108257395485572574555 Serguei Tchepik : The Timberwolves bring the Payne In the final week before the break surrounding the All Star game, the...
The Timberwolves bring the Payne
In the final week before the break surrounding the All Star game, the Minnesota Timberwolves played the two best teams in the NBA and executed two minor trades. Both the on-court performance and the personnel moves generated sparks of hope and electricity while imparting a sense of reality: that this team is still very much an uncertain work in progress, with an arduous path toward becoming a legitimate contender for something other than lottery balls in the NBA draft. 
Hawks and Warriors, oh my
The Wolves competed hard and effectively in the first half on Monday night against the Atlanta Hawks and for sporadic stints, but especially in the fourth quarter, on Wednesday night versus the Golden State Warriors. The three veterans returning from injury all have played with more panache and endurance than could reasonably have been expected, raising the skill set and emotional intensity.
With the return of swingman Shabazz Muhammad from an oblique injury that sidelined him for 16 games, the Wolves squared up against Atlanta with their most talented roster of the season thus far, given the improvement of Bazzy, Andrew Wiggins and Gorgui Dieng and the relative health of Ricky Rubio, Nikola Pekovic and Kevin Martin. There was a stretch that lapped over from the first to the second quarter that might have been the best the Wolves have performed this season. It was triggered by the tripartite hustle and flow of swingmen Wiggins, Muhammad and Thad Young, who crashed the glass at both ends of the floor and flew up and down the floor with youngblood swagger that finally abated when coach Flip Saunders rested Wiggins and Young for the first time more than three minutes into the second period.
The Hawks came out in the second half and physically dominated Minnesota, with the relentless energy of DeMarre Carroll eventually taking its toll on Wiggins. From the moment Muhammad returned, it has become apparent that he and Wiggins are a better wing platter than Wiggins and Martin, for two reasons. First, Bazzy is relentless enough in the paint to inevitably draw the more rugged wing defender, freeing the less physical Wiggins up for less contact on offense, a welcome respite, given that he is the team’s wing stopper at the other end of the court.
Second, Martin hunts for points so relentlessly (and knows how to get open for Rubio’s passes) that Wiggins is often the odd man out when it comes to offensive usage among the five starters. Asked about this after the GoldenState game Wednesday, Saunders pointedly proclaimed that “great players don’t ask other players to defer; they step up and find a way to assert themselves.”
That’s fine, but you’re asking a teenager to guard the opponent’s best perimeter scorer at one end and then work as hard as Martin (who is in constant motion after usually conserving his energy on “defense”) to get open while usually being guarded by the more rugged opponent. Not surprisingly, Wiggins is gassed and blanketed. Let Bazzy handle some of the grind—it’s his métier and his passion—and consign Martin to bundling his points on the second unit as he did in Oklahoma City. At the very least, his talent for getting open will provide more opportunities for poor Zach LaVine to generate assists.
The GoldenState defense is long and sinewy enough to rough up all the wings. After a sterling first game back versus Atlanta, Muhammad encountered the likes of Golden State’s Andre Iguodala and the switch-happy collection of swingmen that range from shooting guards to power forwards. Ditto Wiggins, who was unable to get off against Harrison Barnes and was taken to the hoop at the other end by Klay Thompson, in distressingly routine fashion. Martin’s quick trigger off timely feeds from Rubio was a better alternative, at least in the first quarter.
But the Wolves almost stole a win against the Warriors because Golden State was uncharacteristically cold from long range — their All Star backcourt of Thompson and MVP candidate Stephen Curry were a combined 5-for-17 from three-point territory — and because Rubio is such a relentlessly infectious competitor. As happened against Memphis last week, he faced a relatively large crunch-time deficit against a vastly superior team and began gnawing away like a starved mouse on a block of cheese. The best play was a steal Rubio executed by whipping the ball behind his back to Young while flying out of bounds in the fourth quarter. But the entire 16-2 run — over a five-and-a-half minute stretch of the final stanza to eventually tie the game at 87—could be subtitled Ricky’s Charge of the Light Brigade.
The deciding play was a muffed step-through bank shot in the paint by Pekovic with nine seconds to play and the Wolves down a point. Unfortunately, Pek has a history of crunch-time failures, going 2-for-14 late in games where the outcome is in the balance. Better to have gone with Martin, who is on the roster solely to get buckets, or Rubio, who has gone from crunch-time dud to stud thanks to working on his shot with coach Mike Penberthy.
No mo’ Mo, and bringing the Payne
In-between the losses to Atlanta and GoldenState, the multi-positioned Saunders sidled over from head coach to President of Basketball Operations and pulled off a pair of trades on Tuesday.
First, Saunders sent backup point guard Mo Williams and little-used three-point specialist Troy Daniels to Charlotte for long-range shooter Gary Neal and a 2019 second-round draft pick that originally belonged to Miami (and will be contingent on the Heat’s record in 2018-19).
Just hours later, Saunders acquired rookie power forward Adreian Payne from Atlanta in exchange for a first-round pick that will not be exercised if the Wolves are still in the draft lottery from 2017-2020, after which the Wolves will owe the Hawks their second-round picks in 2020 and 2021.
Unless Payne turns out to be a valuable part of the Wolves regular rotation going forward, these do not strike me as prudent maneuvers, especially for a franchise that still doesn’t have a good fix on how their young roster will develop and gel over the next two-plus seasons.
Let’s begin with the Charlotte trade. Williams was on a one-year contract and unlikely to be retained. He was thus the most predictable Timberwolf to be dealt before the February 19 deadline, and was not expected to garner much in return.
Well, that part is accurate. Neal had some notable moments during his time in San Antonio, and is a career 38.1 percent shooter from three-point range, but is likewise on an expiring contract and is widely rumored not to be a part of the Wolves plans moving forward. (Saunders denied this during the announcement of the two trades, but unlike Payne, Neal didn’t come to Minnesota on Wednesday.) In any case, with Martin again healthy and Wiggins better suited to the shooting guard position, and with Chase Budinger not going anywhere with that $5 million contract option he will certainly exercise for next season, the Wolves are jammed at that position.

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With the return of swingman Shabazz Muhammad from an oblique injury that sidelined him for 16 games, the Wolves squared up against Atlanta with their most talented roster of the season thus far.

Besides, if the Wolves wanted a shooting guard who could rain in three-pointers, they already had Daniels on their roster.
Now is the time to point out that Daniels was the living body acquired in the Corey Brewer trade to Houston in December. Yes, the Wolves also received Sacramento’s second-round pick this coming summer in the swap, but in retrospect, Brewer was undersold.
The net effect is that the Wolves have traded Brewer, Williams, Daniels and Ronny Turiaf for three second-round picks (Sacramento’s in 2015, Houston’s in 2016 and Miami’s in 2019) and Gary Neal, who may or may not hang around for the final two months of this season.
Now that looks worse on paper than the circumstances warrant, but it certainly isn’t a coup. Brewer and Williams were expiring contracts and the Wolves are rebuilding, but why acquire Troy Daniels if you weren’t going to use him? The pedigree of both Brewer and Williams, but especially Brewer, who left with two-thirds of the season remaining, would seem to warrant a better return.
The trade with Atlanta for Payne is problematical for a different reason, most prominently because it perpetuates roster churn and confusion.
Consider that the Wolves acquired two power forwards last summer in the three-team Kevin Love trade. Thad Young came from Philadelphia in exchange for Miami’s first-round pick in 2015, Luc Mbah a Moute, and Alexey Shved. Bennett was included along with Andrew Wiggins (and the first-round pick Minnesota gave to Philadelphia) in exchange for Love. Now Payne is added to the mix in exchange for either a future first round pick or two second-rounders.
What’s the plan here? Does anyone have even a vague notion of what this team’s power forward rotation will look like in two years?
Young is the most established and most valuable of the three. After seven solid seasons in Philly, he was expected to come in and provide veteran leadership, plus a blend of glue and grease to a lineup that featured Rubio and Wiggins on the youth spectrum and Martin and Pekovic as the holdover vets.
When injuries took away Rubio, Martin and Pekovic for two months, beginning around the same time as the death of his mother, Young went into the tank. His mind wandered and his body loafed. On a young roster that blatantly needed stability, Young was another lodestone in the team’s plunge to ineptitude.
Young gradually started emerging from his extended funk a couple of weeks before the veterans started returning. The healthy roster has been an elixir for his play, which now greatly resembles the gritty, unsung contributor who pulled yeoman duty in Philadelphia. But that moribund stretch from late November to mid-January tarnished his reputation.
Further complicating the situation, Young has an option in his contract that allows him to become an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season if he chooses. And his contract expires after the next season. How long does he want to be a part of the Wolves? How long does management want to keep him?
Then there is Bennett, the top overall pick in the 2013 draft who experienced a wretched rookie season in Cleveland and has followed that up with an underwhelming performance in Minnesota this year. Yes, there have been flashes of talent, but Bennett’s exalted draft status garnered him a hefty salary, a contract that will pay him $5.8 million next season before the team has the option of cutting him loose or forking over $7.3 million in 2016-17.
Now Payne is added to the mix. As a four-year collegian at MichiganState, he is two years older than Bennett—he turns 24 next Wednesday. He has small lung capacity that saps his endurance. One of his virtues is that he is a “stretch power forward,” meaning he can shoot the three-pointer. But Saunders has been notoriously inhospitable to the three-point shot in his system throughout his career.
Compare this trio to Atlanta’s situation at the power forward slot. Their starter is Paul Millsap, a current All Star who has been paid roughly the same amount over the past two seasons that Young will earn in Minnesota this season and next (provided he stays with the Wolves). Backing up Millsap is veteran Elton Brand, being paid $2 million on a one-year contract. The Hawks also have a pair of “stretch fours” in Mike Scott and Mike Muscala. Scott is signed for the next two seasons at $3.3 million per year, while Muscala is under contract for the same amount of time at $1 million per year. Both were taken in the second round.
Assuming Millsap gets a huge raise next season, say $12-$13 million per season, Atlanta will still have a depth chart of Millsap, Scott and Muscala (with the ability to go large by bringing in a backup center and sliding Al Horford to power forward) at a cost of $16.3-$17.3 million per year. Assuming Young stays with the Wolves, Minnesota will have a depth chart involving some order of Young, Bennett and Payne at a cost of $17.4 million per year.
For the same amount of money, Atlanta has a cornerstone All Star and two inexpensive role players groomed to the system, while the Wolves sport a trio of maybes—and the onus of giving Atlanta either a first-rounder or two seconds in exchange for Payne.
Those in favor of the Payne trade emphasize that the Wolves don’t have to give up a first-rounder if they are still in the lottery. Or put another way, they only lose their top pick if they are a playoff team. That sounds like nirvana to a fan base in the midst of an 11-year playoff drought.
But fans with long memories may remember how frustrating it can be to be perennially stuck in the middle, as the Wolves were fifteen years ago, in the midst of seven straight first-round playoff exits. Yeah, that vision looks great from this lowly perch in the team’s history. But it gets old in a hurry.
A team with Wiggins, Rubio, Muhammad and a Pekovic healthy enough for 25-30 minutes per game should be ready to compete for the playoffs, even in the rugged West, in two or three seasons. And at that point they will have a much better idea of what they need to take that inevitable next step—without that pick in the middle of the first round to help them.
At this point, very little of the Wolves future involves reliable, bankable assumptions. Will Bennett or Zach LaVine pan out? Is Young going to stick around? Can Gorgui Dieng play power forward against larger front courts? Is Rubio injury-prone? Can Pek ever stay healthy for more than a half-season? What is the ceiling on Wiggins’ stardom?
Answers to each and every one of these questions will have a significant impact on how the Wolves will progress moving forward. Acquiring Payne robs the team of some of its flexibility to adjust on the fly, the way smart NBA use those non-lottery first-rounder to inexpensively supplement the flaws and cement their virtues.
The bright side
The positive scenario here is obviously that Payne is worth this risk. First, this presupposes that his presence is necessary.
It is not far-fetched to imagine that Young wants to go play for a better team (more likely two years from now, when the salary caps will rise, instead of next season) and that Bennett will wash out. It has been revealing how much Saunders has altered his rotation to ensure minutes for LaVine, while not extending the same effort on getting burn for Bennett.
Second, both Young and Bennett are undersized at 6-8. Payne is 6-10 and reputed to be a much better rim protector than the other two, a helpful complement for any power forward playing beside Pek.
Third, Saunders has put together a pretty decent track record for evaluating talent during his thus far brief second tenure with the Wolves. His drafting of Muhammad and Dieng seems increasingly shrewd. His stubborn desire to trade Love to GoldenState in order to obtain Klay Thompson has proven prescient in light of Thompson’s emergence as an All Star this season.
Saunders also gauged the Love market well by holding on to his blue chip during the draft and waiting until Cleveland came calling for a partner to Lebron James. Saunders compounded his wisdom by holding out first and foremost for Wiggins.
Saunders likes Payne enough that he almost took him over LaVine with the 13th pick in the draft last summer. He claims that Payne is a good pick-and-roll defender (of course he made the same claim about Bennett last summer). Some of Payne’s endurance issues have reportedly been assuaged through medication. And the red flag of Atlanta giving up an inexpensive player like Payne while keeping Scott and Muscala may simply be that the other two couldn’t fetch the same compensation that Payne brought.
In essence, the two Tuesday trades come down to Payne or bust. If Payne is not a solid rotation player, if he languishes as another middle-of-the-bench question mark, than the Wolves will have paid too much, further jumbled their rebuilding, and hung a hindrance on their future flexibility.

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Elton Brand on reaction to eye-poke: 'Forgot I was tough for a second'
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Courtesy of Slam SLAM: You’ve been named the Rookie of the Year, won the NBA Sportsmanship Award and made two All-Star games—what do you have left to prove to yourself and to those around you in your 16th NBA season? Elton Brand:  I’m just really enjoying w...
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SLAM: You've been named the Rookie of the Year, won the NBA Sportsmanship Award and made two All-Star games—what do you have left to prove to yourself and to those around you in your 16th NBA season? Elton Brand: I'm just really enjoying waking up and being in the NBA.
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Kyle Korver wants his $100 from Elton Brand, makes his 2nd dunk this week after playing 189 games without a dunk.

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Knicks, Hawks go from being a game apart to polar opposites in just one season

Dave Tulis/AP The Hawks were a game better than the Knicks last year, now they’re the best team in the East. CHICAGO — One game is all that separated the Atlanta Hawks from the Knicks last season in the Eastern Conference standings, the smallest of margins for two mediocre teams fighting for the final playoff spot. “And remember, it came down to the last week of the regular season,” Elton Brand says. “It was close.” Nine months later, there is nothing close or mediocre about either club. The Atlanta Hawks, the NBA’s feel-good story, own the best record in the East while the Knicks are now the league’s bottom feeder. It is an extreme case of two franchises headed in opposite directions. The Hawks are a mind-numbing 28 games better than the Knicks and they’re doing it without a designated superstar, without a famous name running the front office and with the team currently up for sale. Every conceivable excuse is available to Mike Budenholzer’s team to fail but in the wake of the San Antonio Spurs winning the 2013-14 NBA title with a share-the-ball, selfless style, the Hawks are thriving by following that blueprint. “If you’re talking about good, solid, fundamental basketball, and that’s what the Spurs do, I think every team wants to be more solid and fundamentally sound,” Budenholzer said. “The Spurs have done it at a high level. We want to be playing the right way and getting better every day.” Budenholzer is in his second season with the Hawks after spending 18 years with the Spurs, a franchise regarded as the gold standard for just about every major sports team in North America. True, the Spurs were fortunate to win the lottery the year Tim Duncan entered the NBA draft and he’s been the perfect building block. But over the course of Duncan’s Hall of Fame career, the Spurs’ ability to draft, trade, sign and develop supporting players has made them a contending team for nearly 20 years. And as Duncan has aged and has played fewer minutes, the Spurs reached back-to-back Finals with Kawhi Leonard emerging as a top two-way player and Danny Green, who spent time in the D-League, also evolving into a starter on a championship team. The Hawks are called the “Spurs of the East” because they too are an example of the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The Hawks do not have a player in the top 30 in scoring average. Nor do they have a player in the top 40 in field goal attempts. “It’s the unselfishness of the players we have,” says Budenholzer, whose team has the highest assist percentage in the NBA. “We have high character players, high basketball IQ players that enjoy sharing the ball; they enjoy playing with each other. They also know they’ll reap the rewards if they all play that way.” The Hawks’ best player has been point guard Jeff Teague, whose dribble penetration, quickness and willingness to pass kept the Chicago Bulls scrambling during Atlanta’s 107-99 victory on Saturday. Kyle Korver, who knocked down seven 3-pointers against the Bulls, is still one of the league’s most feared shooters. Small forward DeMarre Carroll is a top defensive player while power forward Paul Millsap and center Al Horford are playing like All-Stars. “I feel we can all do more but we’re all sacrificing for the team because this is bigger than any individual,” Horford said. “We just want to win.” Paul Beaty/AP Mike Budenholzer has the Hawks emulating the San Antonio Spurs style of play. Atlanta had the third-best record in the Eastern Conference last season before Horford suffered a torn pectoral muscle in late December and was ruled out for the year. The Hawks began falling in the standings and the perception was that Atlanta would prefer the draft lottery over the playoffs. The Knicks, without a first-round pick last June, were desperate to become a playoff team. The Knicks, though, finished ninth and have spiraled downward ever since. Atlanta took Indiana to seven games and that experience, plus the return of Horford, has given the franchise a huge lift. “Jeff Teague got to play on national TV, at home in Indiana against a great team,” Brand said. “We had a rookie, Dennis Schroder, who got to experience the playoffs and Mike Scott had a game where he scored (17) points in one quarter. If we didn’t make the playoffs, maybe we get a top 15 pick. I don’t know if we get a good player. But making the playoffs and being in that series was huge for our guys. It helped us.” With Monday’s 93-82 win over Detroit, the Hawks have won 27 of their last 29 games, including wins over Washington, Toronto and Chicago last week. They are 17-5 on the road including a 10-2 mark against the West. It’s a remarkable turnaround considering the Hawks started 7-6 following a summer that included majority owner Bruce Levenson selling his stake in the club and general manager Danny Ferry being banished over racially-charged language. An internal investigation was launched after Ferry made an insensitive remark about free agent Luol Deng in June during a conference call with the Hawks ownership group. Ferry was placed on an indefinite leave of absence and is not expected to return. The investigation uncovered an e-mail that Levenson sent in August 2012 where he bemoaned the Hawks attendance problems. In the email, Levenson wrote that “the black crowd scared away the whites and there are simply not enough affluent black fans to build a significant season ticket base.” Several groups have expressed interest in buying the Hawks, a franchise that has seen its attendance and record improve dramatically. They’re not selling stars in Atlanta, where in recent years Joe Johnson and Josh Smith left via free agency. The Hawks are selling team basketball and the players are buying in. “Our group has been very focused on the court,” Budenholzer said. “You recognize there are a lot of things going on, important things. But we’ve been able to find our focus. We have a very mature, humble group.” Related Stories Bondy: Knicks finally win, but too many would hurt them Knicks snap 16-game losing streak with win over Pelicans Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/
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Watch the video: NBA 2K15: Sacramento Kings My GM Mode Part 9 "Ending the season and Trading Elton Brand"
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NBA 2K15: Sacramento Kings My GM Mode Part 9. We finish off our first season, and we trade away Elton Brand (He's Awful!) We pick up a younger centre. Hope you enjoy! Remember to like, comment and subscribe!
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https://plus.google.com/105727012885629440305 Sport Memorabilia & Cards on eBid : 1999-00 ULTRA- ELTON BRAND (RC)/PAUL PIERCE/ANTOINE WALKER:   Bid: $2.50 Buynow Price N/A Remaining ...
1999-00 ULTRA- ELTON BRAND (RC)/PAUL PIERCE/ANTOINE WALKER:   Bid: $2.50 Buynow Price N/A Remaining 29 days 23 hrs #'s 127/120/115. ALL ARE MINT. #eBid
1999-00 ULTRA- ELTON BRAND (RC)/PAUL PIERCE/ANTOINE WALKER on eBid United States
1999-00 ULTRA- ELTON BRAND (RC)/PAUL PIERCE/ANTOINE WALKER Listing in the Non-Graded,1990-1999,Rookies,NBA,Basketball,Sports Cards,Sport Memorabilia & Cards Category on eBid United States
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https://plus.google.com/111427491355521264429 SHOPS WINDOWS : Cash machines : surprising athletes who have made an insane amount of money ELTON BRAND current team...
Cash machines : surprising athletes who have made an insane amount of money ELTON BRAND current team : ATLANTA HAWKS
Cash machines : surprising athletes who have made an insane amount of money ELTON BRAND current team : ATLANTA HAWKS
Find a complete bio, stats and videos about Elton Brand, Forward for the Atlanta Hawks. Stay up to date on all Elton Brand news from the official NBA site.Elton Brand Stats, Video, Bio, Profile | NBA.com..
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https://plus.google.com/117962107194415593456 Krlos Exev : Atlanta Hawks announce the re-signing of Elton Brand
Atlanta Hawks announce the re-signing of Elton Brand
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https://plus.google.com/112639947721225963350 The Fight Mechanic - Jason Parsons : #NBA #Basketball Hawks sign Bazemore, bring back Brand - The Atlanta Hawks have signed free-agent guard...
#NBA #Basketball Hawks sign Bazemore, bring back Brand - The Atlanta Hawks have signed free-agent guard Kent Bazemore and re-signed forward-center Elton Brand. http://ow.ly/2O0nMb
Hawks sign Bazemore, bring back Brand
The Atlanta Hawks have signed free-agent guard Kent Bazemore and re-signed forward-center Elton Brand.
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https://plus.google.com/113452824777835701684 NBA Lord : The #Hawks re-signed PF Elton Brand to a one year, $2M contract. #NBA
The #Hawks re-signed PF Elton Brand to a one year, $2M contract. #NBA 
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