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https://plus.google.com/105191894586168915312 Vernell McKinnis : Isn't it funny how people used to talk badly about LeBron for having no rings. Yet Kevin Durant will...
Isn't it funny how people used to talk badly about LeBron for having no rings. Yet Kevin Durant will be in his 10th season in the league next year but nobody is saying shit about KD not being able to win. What's even more funny niggas was praying KD leaves OKC (a more than decent contending team) but shitted on LeBron for leaving a Cavs team where the second best player was Mo Williams a nigga that barely even gets playing time now. (Originally from Rinnegen Sasuke)
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https://plus.google.com/111717378546224699909 N64 Dogs14 : One Mo night Riding the most ridiculously accurate long-range shooting performance in the NBA this season...
One Mo night
Riding the most ridiculously accurate long-range shooting performance in the NBA this season—and in the entire 26-year history of their franchise—the Minnesota Timberwolves pried an onerous 15-game losing streak off their backs with a come-from-behind, 110-101 victory over the Indiana Pacers Tuesday night.
Mo buckets, no problems
The superhero of the evening was shoot-first point guard Mo Williams, who, with flames flickering off the ends of his fingers and a bemused, slightly insane smirk on his face, had 37 points in the second half alone en route to a franchise record 52 overall.
Let the record show that just two of those points were scored within eight feet of the basket. Only six more were scored within 16 feet of the basket, along with the eight free throws Mo converted in nine attempts.
That leaves a whopping 36 points that Williams tossed in from beyond 16 feet. It didn’t matter where he was or what circumstances complicated his onslaught. On one play, moving to his left, he was jostled by a Pacer defender fighting through a screen. Believing he was fouled, he flung the ball in mid-motion from three-point range and hit nothing but net as it moved through the hoop. A while later, with 6-9 power forward David West racing toward him and leaping out to block his shot, Williams fell backwards, cutting loose of the orb before going out of bounds 25 feet from the basket—nailing it for another trey.
Practically every spot was a favorite locale for Mo this night. From the left side of the court, Williams was 3-for-6 shooting from 16-24 feet away and 3-for-4 from three-point territory. From the right side, he was 5-for-7 on long two-pointers and 2-for-3 on treys. From the middle, he sank his only long two and was but 1-for-3 from long distance, with one of them a half-court heave that, surprisingly, didn’t swish the twine.
Put it all together and Mo finished 19-for-33 from the field, including 6-for-11 from three-point range and 8-for-9 from the line. More importantly, he did what he had to do to snap his team’s spirit-sapping losing skein.
A 32-year old veteran in his twelfth season, Williams has earned the reputation for becoming an unconscionable gunner on occasion, at the expense of enabling good shots for his teammates. On Tuesday, that vice morphed into a virtue. As it became increasingly apparent that his shooting stroke was magical and his team was desperate for a victory, Mo gleefully kept upping the ante.
He had six points and doled out three assists in the first period. In the second quarter he added nine more points, but still hadn’t converted a three-pointer by halftime. Then, boom! Sixteen points in the third period, followed by a glorious 21 points, with four assists, in the fourth and deciding stanza.
Pretty much all of them were necessary, as the Wolves didn’t seize the second-half lead until there was just 4:29 remaining in the game and were up by just three points with 100 seconds left to play.
After the game, coaches and players from both teams and Mo himself trumpeted the accomplishment with the proper hosannas. But as to its genesis, all anyone can do is shrug. The man was hot, and knew down to his marrow how to revel in the heat. 
The feng shui of Gorgui Dieng
A trio of Mo’s Timberwolves teammates deserves mention as important contributors to this victory. Begin with center Gorgui Dieng, who was suffering from elements of a cold and the flu enough that it was uncertain whether or not he could play just a few hours before the game. Dieng was matched up with behemoth center Roy Hibbert, who at 7-2 is three-inches taller and weighs 33 pounds more than Dieng, who tips the scales at 245.
No matter. During Tuesday night’s game, Wolves announcers Dave Benz and Jim Petersen noted that Dieng had exhorted his teammates to get angry enough to erase the losing streak that had cast a pall on the team for more than a month. By his inspired play in the first quarter, he walked that talk.
Battling Hibbert with precious little assistance (with West matched up against Thad Young, the Wolves were also undersized at power forward, a typical situation this entire season), Dieng did a little bit of everything well. Specifically, in the first period alone, he sank three of four shots against Hibbert, including a resounding slam dunk and a nifty up-and-under move that emphasized his footwork. He blocked two shots, most notably hustling back down the court after slipping hard on a drive to the hoop at the other end, arriving just in time to swat Hibbert’s layup. He had two steals, scrambling to get a loose ball on one play and denying an entry pass to Hibbert on another. And after his three baskets began drawing defenders, he stepped out to the high post and found rookie Andrew Wiggins for a pair of beautifully lofted assists for layups in the final two minutes of an opening quarter that had the Wolves up by four.
A significant turning point in the game also involved Dieng. Halfway through the third quarter with the Pacers up by seven, Dieng received a pass near the hoop and got Hibbert in the air with a shot fake. As Hibbert tumbled to the floor and Dieng went up for the slam, Hibbert grabbed his shoulder and yanked him down, a dirty play that earned Hibbert a flagrant foul and an ejection. (That foul and the Pacers terrible free-throw shooting in the second half certainly provided the Wolves with a path to victory that might otherwise have been closed.)
After the game, Dieng acknowledged that his back was injured by the takedown. But he kept playing because “at some point it is more personal … I’m sick of losing,” he said.
A lot more can be elucidated about the contribution of Dieng, who has been Minnesota’s best overall performer through the first half of this checkered season. I’ll give him the space and focus he merits in a column on Friday. 
A replacement dynamic duo
The other two players significant to this victory are best mentioned as a pair because of the way they complemented each other’s games on Tuesday—the heralded rook Wiggins and the second-year, second-round pick on the fringe of the roster, Robbie Hummel. 
Before Saturday night’s game against San Antonio, I asked Wolves coach Flip Saunders if Wiggins would miss the presence of swingman Bazzy Muhammad, who is now out with an oblique injury. Saunders affirmed the negative impact of Muhammad’s absence by noting that opponents had generally been assigning their more rugged wing defender to Bazzy, usually leaving Wiggins to deal with a quicker but smaller man guarding him.
In the past two games, Chase Budinger has replaced Muhammad in the starting lineup. He is listed at 6-7 and 218 pounds but is properly regarded as much less of a threat to score inside than is the 6-8, 200-pound Wiggins, and so opponents have confronted the rookie with more strength and sinew—he’s being treated as a “small forward” instead of a “shooting guard.”
But when the 6-8, 215 Hummel replaces Budinger in the lineup, he is rugged enough as an interior scorer to demand coverage by the opposing small forward—creating a similar dynamic to the one that makes Wiggins and Muhammad an effective wing tandem.
Against San Antonio, Wiggins was plus 14 in the 10:47 that he played shooting guard and Hummel was in as a small forward—and minus 21 in the other 29:10 he was in the game. (What’s more, San Antonio small forward Austin Daye, a below-average player getting time because of injuries on the Spurs, scored a game-high 22 points and was a game-high plus 19.)
Against Indiana, Saunders subbed in Hummel for Budinger after just 8:34 of play and the Wolves down by two. Over the final 3:22 of the first period, the Wolves outscored Indiana by six. Yet when Saunders went small to start the second quarter, sitting Dieng and using Hummel as the power forward or center in tandem with Anthony Bennett, relegating Wiggins back to small forward alongside Budinger, Minnesota was outscored by seven in just 2:19.
Hummel and Wiggins weren’t paired with Dieng again until the final 49 seconds of the third period, when they were plus one. Wiggins then rested for the first 4:51 of the final period, setting up the joint heroics of the Wolves crunchtime surge.
When Wiggins returned, Mo Williams was in a resplendent fury with 40 points, but that represented nearly half of the Wolves total in a 83-83 tie. By the five-minute mark, Williams had upped his total to 45, but the Wolves trailed by two, 90-88. It was too much of a one-man show. And that’s when the Hummel-Wiggins dynamic joined the party.
Hummel fled to the corner during ball movement, drawing his larger defender out and he went up for a three-pointer. Wiggins went inside with his smaller defender, grabbed the offensive rebound, and slam-dunked the putback to re-tie the game. Then Wiggins ran the floor after a turnover and took a feed from Williams for a layup and a three-point play. After a pair of Dieng free throws, Wiggins then stuck an 18-foot turnaround. Hummel got into the act with a beautiful basket cut when Williams was being double-teamed and the shot clock was winding down, taking Mo’s pass for a successful, wide-open pull-up jumper.
When it was over, the Wolves were plus 16 in the 11:20 that Hummel, Wiggins and Dieng shared the floor and minus 7 in the 36:40 the trio wasn’t together. 
The LaVine blues
It is a significant difference, but unfortunately not as dramatic as the carnage that ensues when Zach LaVine plays. Williams was so prolific, and the Wolves so desperate for a win, that it was understandable to accept Williams playing 43:48. But it is not sustainable. And even amid the relief of a broken losing streak it is hard not to notice that Minnesota was plus 14 with Mo on the floor and minus 5 in the scant 4:12 LaVine was allowed to play.
For the season, the Wolves are now being outscored by 14 points per 100 possessions when LaVine is on the court. It is very hard to win basketball games when a player so damaging to your overall performance is getting 24.3 minutes per game. One would be hard-pressed to find a player less ready to play in the NBA getting so much time.
Ricky Rubio, come back soon. Either that or Mo Williams has to play nearly the entire time, and take aim at his new franchise scoring record.

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Riding the most ridiculously accurate long-range shooting performance in the NBA this season—and in the entire 26-year history of their franchise—the Minnesota Timberwolves pried an onerous 15-game losing streak off their backs with a come-from-behind, 110-101 victory over the Indiana Pacers Tuesday night.Mo buckets, no problemsThe superhero of the evening was shoot-first point guard Mo Williams, who, with flames flickering off the ends of his fi...
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https://plus.google.com/107910984777176774524 J Nyke : KD to the Warriors isn't the same as LeBron going to the Heat. The best player on the Cavs besides LeBron...
KD to the Warriors isn't the same as LeBron going to the Heat. The best player on the Cavs besides LeBron was Mo Williams. KD's: Westbrook obviously. KD left a championship contender for another championship contender. Heat were facing multiple first round exits after 2006 including having the worst record in the league at one point. Warriors were already built to win multiple championships and really didn't need KD. All they needed was a rim protector. Instead of taking the challenge of getting revenge, KD ran to the Warriors. MJ didn't run to the Bad Boys Pistons. Bron didn't run to the Magic, Pistons, and Celtics when he lost to the them. 
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https://plus.google.com/102814303311127819664 William Scott Jr. : KD to the Warriors isn't the same as LeBron going to the Heat. The best player on the Cavs besides LeBron...
KD to the Warriors isn't the same as LeBron going to the Heat. The best player on the Cavs besides LeBron was Mo Williams. KD's: Westbrook obviously. KD left a championship contender for another championship contender. Heat were facing multiple first round exits after 2006 including having the worst record in the league at one point. Warriors were already built to win multiple championships and really didn't need KD. All they needed was a rim protector. Instead of taking the challenge of getting revenge, KD ran to the Warriors. MJ didn't run to the Bad Boys Pistons. Bron didn't run to the Magic, Pistons, and Celtics when he lost to the them. 
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https://plus.google.com/113737349153699337504 Dropout Bear : Who had the #2 jersey first?
Who had the #2 jersey first?
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https://plus.google.com/113737349153699337504 Dropout Bear : Some of these people up here in Cleveland didn't know that Mo Williams wore the number 2 before Irving...
Some of these people up here in Cleveland didn't know that Mo Williams wore the number 2 before Irving. Kinda scares me.
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https://plus.google.com/114595717501341232339 Ryan Dangerfield : Should players that play a smaller role on a winning team be considered more seriously as starters than...
Should players that play a smaller role on a winning team be considered more seriously as starters than those who have had larger roles on losing teams? In my opinion, it is a mixture of both, and it largely depends on the size of the role compared to the win percentage for their team. In this post, I will give readers each team's rotation based on current roster make up--I will not include those players on qualifying offers or rookies, based on the speculation that would need to be done about rookies, but I will include players on non-guaranteed contracts who are in at least their second year. In order to qualify to be a starter a player to have played minutes equivalent to 1500 minutes on a 50 win team within their last 3 seasons if they are under 30, and have had at least two of these seasons within the last 3 years if they are 30 years old or older. Rotation players will qualify if they have played equivalent to 750 minutes, but less than 1500 minutes on a 50 win team. This will hopefully give us an idea of what a team would need to do in order to become a 50 win team in the NBA next season.
Hopefully, I will be able to continue to add to these rotations after a team signs a player during free agency.

Celtics
PG: Isaiah Thomas
SG; Avery Bradley
SF: Jae Crowder
PF: Amir Johnson
C: ??

Rotation:
PG/SG: Marcus Smart
SG: ??
SF: (Jaylen Brown)
PF: Jonas Jerebko
C: Kelly Olynyk

The Celtics have two starting caliber point guards, but no centers who are capable of starting. I think you could see the Celtics trade Marcus Smart or Isaiah Thomas for a center, perhaps as Locke talked about on tipoff for Marc Gasol.

Suns
PG: Eric Bledsoe
SG: Devin Booker
(Not good enough to be starter yet, but may be their first option.)
SF: PJ Tucker
PF: ??
(They don't have a good enough power forward to even be in their rotation, and need to get one in free agency.)
C: Tyson Chandler
(Not good enough to be starter after the regression of his career, but may be better option than Alex Len.)
Rotation:
PG: Brandon Knight
(Starting caliber point guard, but with Bledsoe on the roster may be forced to rotation player.)
SG: ??
SF: (Marquese Chriss)
PF: (Dragan Bender)
C: Alex Len

Timberwolves
PG: Ricky Rubio
SG: ??
(Is Zach LaVine a shooting guard in their minds? He has played the majority of his minutes as point guard. Shabazz Napier next to Ricky Rubio doesn't make a ton of sense.)
SF: Andrew Wiggins
PF: ??
(Need one in free agency.)
C: Karl Towns
Rotation:
PG: Zach LaVine
SG: Shabazz Muhammad
C: Gorgui Dieng

Pelicans
PG: ??
SG: Tyreke Evans
SF: ??
PF: Anthony Davis
C: ??

The Pelicans are in an interesting position for several reason. One, Jrue Holiday is injury-prone, and, therefore, can't really be counted on to start if you want to get anywhere next season. Two, Tyreke Evans can play either shooting guard or small forward, and, therefore, gives the Pelicans an option on which position they believe Evans is best at playing. Three, Anthony Davis can play either power forward or center, and, similar to Tyreke Evans the Pelicans will need to decide who they can sign that will be a nice fit next to Anthony Davis.

Rotation for Pelicans:
(Not good enough, or, perhaps, not dependable enough, to start for the team, but good enough to come off the bench.)

PG: Jrue Holiday
SG: (Buddy Hield)
SF: Quincy Pondexter
PF: Dante Cunningham
C: Omer Asik
C: Alexis Ajinca

If the Pelicans want to add a starter-quality player they could probably move Asik or Ajinca, two players who can play the same role, and a 1st round pick or young prospect for a better player.

Nuggets
PG-??
SG-Gary Harris
SF-??
PF-Kenneth Faried
C-??

The Nuggets have two players capable of starting at shooting guard, and should, perhaps, move one of these players in order to add a starter at a different position. These two shooting guards are Gary Harris and Will Barton.

Nuggets rotation:
PG-Emmanuel Mudiay
PG-Jameer Nelson
SG-(Jamal Murray)
SF-Wilson Chandler
PF-Danilo Gallinari
C-Nikola Jokic

The Nuggets don't have a starting point guard, but do have two point guards are capable of being in the rotation. A question the Nuggets should be asking themselves is: Can we trade Jameer Nelson for a rotation shooting guard?

Kings
PG-??
SG-Ben McLemore
SF-Rudy Gay
PF-??
C-??
(Can a team actually count on DeMarcus Cousins to play enough games to start for a 50 win team? The last three seasons he has played 71, 59, and 65 games.)

Kings rotation:
PG-Darren Collison
SG-(Malachi Richardson)
SF/PF-Omri Casspi
PF/C-Willie Cauley-Stein
C-Kosta Koufos
C-DeMarcus Cousins

The Kings have three rotation-quality centers, but don't have a single one that is capable of starting for a 50 win team. Are the Kings better off without DeMarcus Cousins?

Raptors
PG-Kyle Lowry
SG-Cory Joseph
SG/SF-Terrence Ross
SF-DeMarre Carroll
PF-Patrick Patterson
C-Jonas Valanciunas

Rotation
PG-??
SG-Norman Powell
SF-??
PF-(Pascal Siakam)
C-(Jakob Poeltl)

Can the Raptors move Terrence Ross or DeMarre Carroll in order to add more depth on their bench? The Raptors are probably one of the most complete teams at this moment, according to this experiment. However, what they lack is any depth on their bench.

Bucks
PG-??
SG/SF-Khris Middleton
SF-Giannis
PF-Jabari Parker
C-Greg Monroe

Rotation
PG-Michael Carter-Williams
SG-??
SF-??
PF-(Thon Maker)
C-John Henson

If this experiment proves to be accurate the Bucks if they can add a starter-quality point guard, and add one more piece to their rotation would be a 50 win team next season.

Magic
PG-Elfrid Payton
SG-??
SF-??
PF-Serge Ibaka
C-??

Rotation
PG CJ Watson
SF-Mario Hezonja
PF-Aaron Gordon
C-Nikola Vucevic

The Magic have a number of players who are nice pieces, but in order to really become a 50 win team in the East they need to add several starting-quality pieces or hope that Hezonja and Vucevic can develop into better players, which isn't out of the realm of reason.

Jazz
PG-George Hill
SG-Rodney Hood
SF-Gordon Hayward
PF-Derrick Favors
C-Rudy Gobert

Rotation
PG-Dante Exum
PG-Raul Neto
PG/SG-Shelvin Mack
SG-Alec Burks
SF-Joe Ingles
PF-Trey Lyles
C-??

The question for the Jazz may not be do they have enough players to be a 50 win team but rather do they have enough minutes on their team to keep all these good players happy. An interesting move for the Jazz may be adding a rotation quality center by trading Shelvin Mack or Raul Neto.

Bulls
PG-??
SG-Jimmy Butler
SF-Mike Dunleavy
SF-Doug McDermott
PF-Taj Gibson
PF-Nikola Mirotic
C-Robin Lopez

Rotation
SG-Jose Calderon (I thought he was a point guard until I looked at where he has played the majority of his minutes the last three years.)
SG-Jerian Grant
SG/SF-Tony Snell
PF/C-Bobby Portis

The Bulls may not be done making moves, their roster right is made up of 6 starting-quality players, and 5 rotation-quality players. However, their pieces don't necessarily fit together at the moment. First, they need a point guard. Second, they need to find a backup point guard. Three, add a backup big man. If you are the Bulls are you going with Doug McDermott or Mike Dunleavy? Taj Gibson or Nikola Mirotic? Can you get a point guard for Mike Dunleavy, Taj Gibson, and Jose Calderon?

Grizzlies
PG-??
SG-??
SF-??
PF-Zach Randolph
C-Marc Gasol

Rotation
PG-(Wade Baldwin)
SG-Tony Allen
SG/SF-Vince Carter
PF-JaMychal Green
PF/C-Brandan Wright

The Grizzlies still have the bench, but they absolutely no perimeter players that are starting caliber unless they are able to resign Mike Conley, and add a shooting guard and small forward who can start it's probably the end for the Grizzlies being a playoff team in the East.

Pistons
PG-Reggie Jackson
SG-KCP
SF-Marcus Morris
PF-Tobias Harris
C-??
(Can they resign Andre Drummond?)

Rotation
PG-??
SG-Jodie Meeks
SF-Stanley Johnson
PF-(Henry Ellenson)
C-Aron Baynes

If the Pistons bring back Andre Drummond they are likely a 50 win team in the East. All of their players fit together, and they don't have any overlap, are you impressed with Stan Van Gundy? I am.

Pacers
PG-Jeff Teague
SG-Monta Ellis
SF-Paul George
PF-??
C-??

Rotation
PG-??
SG-Rodney Stuckey
SG/SF-CJ Miles
PF-Lavoy Allen
PF-Thaddeus Young
C-Myles Turner

Can they add starting level big men to become a 50 win team in the East?

Hawks
PG-Dennis Schroder
SG-Kyle Korver
SF-Thabo Sefolosha
PF-Paul Millsap
C-??

Rotation:
PG-??
SG-Tim Hardaway Jr.
SF-(Taurean Prince)
PF-Mike Scott
C-Tiago Splitter

All the Hawks need is a starting center, Al Horford?, and a backup point guard and they would be back for yet another season as a 50 win team in the East.

Hornets
PG-Kemba Walker
SG-Jeremy Lamb
SF-Marco Belinelli
PF-??
C-Cody Zeller
C-Frank Kaminsky

Rotation:
PG-??
SG-??
SF-Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
PF-??
C-Spencer Hawes

Can they trade Frank Kaminsky for a power forward? Need to add some bench players.

Clippers
PG-Chris Paul
SG-J.J. Redick
SF-Paul Pierce
PF-Blake Griffin
C-DeAndre Jordan

Rotation:
None

The Clippers need to add a bench, and I mean literally need to add a bench.

Spurs
PG-Tony Parker
PG-Patty Mills
SG-Danny Green
SF-Kawhi Leonard
SF-Kyle Anderson
PF-LaMarcus Aldridge
PF-Boris Diaw
C-??

Rotation
PG-??
SG-Jonathan Simmons
SF-??
PF-??
C-??

The Spurs are interesting, because they have seven players who are capable of starting, and have another player who is capable of playing in their rotation. However, they have absolutely no quality centers on their entire roster right now. Dwight Howard may be a very interesting option for the Spurs, and if any one can get Dwight to play hard it's Gregg Popovich.

Warriors:
PG-Stephen Curry
PG-Shaun Livingston
SG-Klay Thompson
SF-Andre Iguodala
PF-Draymond Green
C-Andrew Bogut

The Warriors have their starters coming back, but don't have a bench at the current moment. Though Damian Jones, the 30th pick in the draft, may be ready to contribute from the bench. They need to add a bench, but will have no trouble with that.

Rockets
PG-Patrick Beverley
SG-James Harden
SF-Trevor Ariza
SF-Corey Brewer
PF-??
C-??

Rotation:
PG-??
SG-??
SF-??
PF-??
C-Clint Capela

The Rockets need new big men if they are going to continue to be a 50 win team in the West. I have a hard time believing that they will be able to lure enough talent to remain in the playoffs this season.

Mavericks
PG-??
SG-Wesley Matthews
SF-??
PF-??
C-??

Rotation:
PG-J.J. Barea
SG-Devin Harris
SF-??
PF-??
C-??

The Mavericks have 3 good players and have 9 to 11 roster spots to fill, I have hard time believing they can lure that many good to great players to the Big D.

Nets
PG-??
SG-??
SF-??
PF-??
C-??

Rotation:
PG-Jarrett Jack
SG-??
SF-Bojan Bogdanovic
PF-??
C-Brook Lopez

The Nets are in the middle of a rebuild, and don't have any good players right now. You kind of have to feel bad for Brook Lopez who has had his career wasted by several seasons on a terrible team.

Knicks
PG-Derrick Rose
SG-??
SF-Carmelo Anthony
PF-??
C-??

Rotation:
PG-??
SG-Justin Holiday
SF-??
PF-Kristaps Porzingis
C-??

I have quite a few spots to fill and likely will be better then last season, but playoffs are probably a couple seasons away.

Cavaliers
PG-Kyrie Irving
SG-??
SF- (LeBron, not resigned yet, but he's not going anywhere.)
PF-Tristan Thompson
C-Kevin Love

Rotation:
PG-Mo Williams
SG-Iman Shumpert
SF-??
PF-??
C-Channing Frye

Need a starting 2 guard, and two new rotation players, but those will be highly desired positions the offseason after a championship.

Heat
PG-Goran Dragic
SG-(Dwyane Wade)
SF-Justise Winslow
PF-??
C-Chris Bosh

Rotation:
PG-??
SG-Josh Richardson
SF-??
PF-??
C-??

Have quite a few positions to fill, but they do have one thing on their side: Pat Riley.

Wizards
PG-John Wall
SG-??
SF-Otto Porter
PF-Markieff Morris
C-Marcin Gortat

Rotation: Absolutely no bench.

Add a starting 2 guard, and 5 rotation players.

Thunder
PG-Russell Westbrook
SG-Victor Oladipo
SF-??
PF-??
C-Enes Kanter
C-Steven Adams

Rotation:
PG-Cameron Payne
SG-Anthony Morrow
SF-Kyle Singler
PF-Ersan Ilyasova
PF-Nick Collison
C-??

The team doesn't fit together, and there are several questions revolving around the whole team.

Blazers
PG-Damian Lillard
SG-CJ McCollum
SF-Al-Farouq Aminu
PF-??
C-Mason Plumlee

Rotation:
PG-??
SG-??
SF-??
PF-Ed Davis
PF-Noah Vonleh
C-??

The Blazers need to add a starting power forward, and a bench, but I have a hard time believing they will miss the playoffs even with the gaps.
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2015-16 Cleveland Cavaliers Player Review: Mo Williams
In his return to Cleveland, Mo Williams help complete the task he couldn’t during his first stint with the Cavs.
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Utah Jazz: Congrats to Former Jazz Players

Congrats to two former Jazz players who are now NBA Champions.  I wrote Richard Jefferson and Mo Williams, letters on behalf of Utah Jazz fans everywhere: Dear ‘Firstname Lastname’,   Congratulations on your recent retirement and NBA Championship.  We…
Utah Jazz: Congrats to Former Jazz Players
Congrats to the two former Jazz players who are now NBA Champions. I wrote them letters on behalf of Jazz fans everywhere to Richard Jefferson and Mo Williams:
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Mo Williams says 'words can't explain' becoming an NBA champ in his 13th season
Cleveland guard Mo Williams said the Cavaliers didn't give up hope that they could win the NBA Finals even when they trailed the Golden State Warriors 3-1 in the best-of-seven championship series.
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Mo Williams says 'words can't explain' becoming an NBA champ in his 13th season
Cleveland guard Mo Williams said the Cavaliers didn't give up hope that they could win the NBA Finals even when they trailed the Golden State Warriors 3-1 in the best-of-seven championship series.
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FINAIS DA NBA (19/6/2016) • Jogo 7

Cleveland (4) 93 x 89 Golden State (3)

Cleveland
- LeBron James TD: 27p (9/24), 11r, 11a, 2s, 3b
- Kyrie Irving: 26p (10/23), 6r, 1a, 1s, 1b
- J.R. Smith: 12p (5/13), 4r, 2a, 1s
- Kevin Love: 9p (3/9), 14r, 3a, 2s
- Tristan Thompson: 9p (3/3), 3r, 2s
- Iman Shumpert: 6p (1/3), 1r
- Richard Jefferson: 2p (1/4), 9r, 1s
- Mo Williams: 2p (1/3)

Golden State
- Draymond Green: 32p (11/15), 15r, 9a, 2s
- Stephen Curry: 17p (6/19), 5r, 2a, 1s, 1b
- Klay Thompson: 14p (6/17), 2r, 2a,1s
- Harrison Barnes: 10p (3/10), 2r, 1a, 1s
- Shaun Livingston: 8p (3/7), 1r, 2a
- Andre Iguodala: 4p (2/6), 9r, 4a, 2s, 2b
- Leandro Barbosa: 3p (1/2)
- Anderson Varejão: 1p (0/1), 1a
- Marreese Speights: 4r, 2b
- Festus Ezeli: 1r, 1a

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- https://youtu.be/IE1saViZtMs (resumo • 4:00)
- https://youtu.be/HeMcoJci8ug (Top 5 • 2:02)

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https://plus.google.com/117622476174899768693 Josh Schmidt : Why is Mo Williams getting minutes
Why is Mo Williams getting minutes
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Damn it Mo Williams slam it!
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https://plus.google.com/113242302010027556920 Bootney Lee Farnsworth : Mo Williams=Harrison Barnes
Mo Williams=Harrison Barnes
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Mo Williams playin trash
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How many NBA champions have come from Alabama? - On Sunday night, former Alabama Crimson Tide standout Mo Williams could win an NBA championship as a
How many NBA champions have come from Alabama?
On Sunday night, former Alabama Crimson Tide standout Mo Williams could win an NBA championship as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers. He'd join the list of players with Alabama roots (that is, played at a state high school or college) to play for an NBA championship team.
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Mo Williams going for NBA title, coming back for another season
Mo Williams going for NBA title, coming back for another season
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Mo Williams has one game left in the 2015-16 NBA season. After that, he plans to return for a 14th NBA campaign.
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Mo Williams going for NBA title, coming back for another season
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Mo Williams has one game left in the 2015-16 NBA season. After that, he plans to return for a 14th NBA campaign.
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