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Very well deserved. He is so much better than I thought he would be. He’s also only 22 years old and can/will still get even better. Scary thought for the rest of the league if that happens along with the ascent of Zion and Lonzo. Add all of the upcoming picks and the experience and improvement of guys like Hayes and NAW and we could really have something special on our hands here.
 

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Very well deserved. He is so much better than I thought he would be. He’s also only 22 years old and can/will still get even better. Scary thought for the rest of the league if that happens along with the ascent of Zion and Lonzo. Add all of the upcoming picks and the experience and improvement of guys like Hayes and NAW and we could really have something special on our hands here.
What makes it really crazy is the amount of draft picks at their disposal. If they hit on many more, the potential of this team will be off the charts.
 

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Well deserved, indeed!

 

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Seems like we've got an abundance of young stars developing. I'd like to see them make it to the playoffs this year and get that little taste and experience. Then next year, make a solid showing in the playoffs. After that, domination. Of course, that's taking into account that we can keep all of them together due to money.
 

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Seems like we've got an abundance of young stars developing. I'd like to see them make it to the playoffs this year and get that little taste and experience. Then next year, make a solid showing in the playoffs. After that, domination. Of course, that's taking into account that we can keep all of them together due to money.
If we can make the playoffs, then I will be disappointed if we don't at least take 2 games from the Lakers.

When you look at the hole we dug ourselves, we will be having to play at a very high level. Memphis is playing very well right now so it will take the Pels playing at the level of a top 3 seed team to get that spot
 
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If we can make the playoffs, then I will be disappointed if we don't at least take 2 games from the Lakers.

When you look at the hole we dug ourselves, we will be having to play at a very high level. Memphis is playing very well right now so it will take the Pels playing at the level of a top 3 seed team to get that spot
The thing we have going for us most is remaining schedule. Memphis has a very tough latter part of the schedule where we have the easiest in the league record wise. I am more worried about Portland than Memphis actually. But we have to beat Memphis tonight to make up a whole game on them. Good thing is they should be without Jaren Jackson, plus a couple of key reserves in De'Anthony Melton and Grayson Allen.
ETA: Brandon Clarke now listed as doubtful as well. This SHOULD be a win now for sure.
 
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