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Can't Garpax see that something has snapped in Miro's mind? He's the best goddam player off the bench we EVER had. Name me someone better...Steve Kerr? Hardly. You just don't get rid of a weapon like him for the money he's paid. It's stupid to even THINK of moving him after tomorrow!!!!!

Good god look at our frontcourt when he's in there: 3 seven footers, 2 of which are deadly 3 point shooters. Who (including the Cavs) can defend that shit?


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:06 pm 
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St. Louis Bull Man wrote:
He's the best goddam player off the bench we EVER had.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:19 pm 
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RFDC wrote:
St. Louis Bull Man wrote:
He's the best goddam player off the bench we EVER had.

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That's a bullshit answer, Gerald, unless you name me one better. I will be waiting.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:27 pm 
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St. Louis Bull Man wrote:
RFDC wrote:
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He's the best goddam player off the bench we EVER had.

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That's a bullshit answer, Gerald, unless you name me one better. I will be waiting.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 6:37 pm 
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RFDC wrote:
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He's the best goddam player off the bench we EVER had.

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That's a bullshit answer, Gerald, unless you name me one better. I will be waiting.

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You got me. I forgot about Tony. :oops:

As for BJ...forget about it!


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I think they have to trade him. But can they get a first round pick in the 20s for him, plus something else of value?


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Chet Coppock's Fur Coat wrote:
I think they have to trade him. But can they get a first round pick in the 20s for him, plus something else of value?


You aren't going to get a 1st rounder straight up for a guy averaging 17 and 7.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:06 pm 
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St. Louis Bull Man wrote:
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He's the best goddam player off the bench we EVER had.

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That's a bullshit answer, Gerald, unless you name me one better. I will be waiting.

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You got me. I forgot about Tony. :oops:

As for BJ...forget about it!

How could anyone forget Toni?

I got a buddy of mine who is a big Bulls fan. He has an 8 yr old son who loves watching old youtube clips of the Jordan Bulls. One day after watching some clips the boy comes to his dad and says, "Dad I know I am not going to be good enough to be Michael Jordan, but I am pretty sure I can be good enough to be Toni Kukoc!" :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:31 pm 
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Trade mirotic for a late 1st.... Then draft a project type euro stretch 4 with the pick... It's even ok if you have to wait for a few years for him to arrive


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He’s a great 6th man because he should be starting.


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He’s a great 6th man because he should be starting.
Ike South assured me that he CAN'T START. :(


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Wasn't Ron Harper a sixth man

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Wasn't Ron Harper a sixth man
When Jordan got back Harper's role was kind of undefined. He started sometimes and was used off the bench for his defense. But in no way was he the 1st option off the bench for offence....Judd Buchler (among others) was a better scorer.


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Harper was a starter. I remember those Ray Clay introductions well.

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The regular starting lineup for the second 3peat was: Jordan and Harper, guards; Pippen and Rodman, forwards; and Longley, center.


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St. Louis Bull Man wrote:
good dolphin wrote:
Wasn't Ron Harper a sixth man
When Jordan got back Harper's role was kind of undefined. He started sometimes and was used off the bench for his defense. But in no way was he the 1st option off the bench for offence....Judd Buchler (among others) was a better scorer.

Judd may have been better at volleyball and conducting an interview. Harper was a better basketball player...all aspects. He was not needed as a scorer on the Bulls, but he could fill it up when needed. Check out his stats before coming to Bulls.


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beni hanna wrote:
St. Louis Bull Man wrote:
good dolphin wrote:
Wasn't Ron Harper a sixth man
When Jordan got back Harper's role was kind of undefined. He started sometimes and was used off the bench for his defense. But in no way was he the 1st option off the bench for offence....Judd Buchler (among others) was a better scorer.

Judd may have been better at volleyball and conducting an interview. Harper was a better basketball player...all aspects. He was not needed as a scorer on the Bulls, but he could fill it up when needed. Check out his stats before coming to Bulls.
He blew out his knee before the Bulls (I think after he went to the Clippers)...he was never the same player after that. Early on he was a stud though.

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Zippy-The-Pinhead wrote:
beni hanna wrote:
St. Louis Bull Man wrote:
good dolphin wrote:
Wasn't Ron Harper a sixth man
When Jordan got back Harper's role was kind of undefined. He started sometimes and was used off the bench for his defense. But in no way was he the 1st option off the bench for offence....Judd Buchler (among others) was a better scorer.

Judd may have been better at volleyball and conducting an interview. Harper was a better basketball player...all aspects. He was not needed as a scorer on the Bulls, but he could fill it up when needed. Check out his stats before coming to Bulls.
He blew out his knee before the Bulls (I think after he went to the Clippers)...he was never the same player after that. Early on he was a stud though.

Yep, that was 1990. He wasn't as impressive, but still filled the stat sheet nicely until coming to Bulls in 94-95.


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Bulls also loved Harper because he was 6'6" and they could switch him a lot on D.


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