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  1. Winter of Discontent: The 2017-18 NHL Season

  2. NHL Anti-Thread: Bad Business Decision Aggregator

    I'd love to see those Whalers unis on the ice again- and not just half-assed for a warm-up skate. Could you imagine Hurricanes wearing Whalers v Bruins both wearing 1991-92 unis at Foxboro for the Winter Classic? *salivates* I'll take green v white or black v white. Both would look INCREDIBLE.
  3. NHL Anti-Thread: Bad Business Decision Aggregator

    Connecticut Governor invites the Hurricanes to play a home game in Hartford next season https://www.bardown.com/connecticut-governor-invites-the-hurricanes-to-play-a-home-game-in-hartford-next-season-1.994270
  4. NBA 2017-18: Old Faces, New Places - Rookies, Trades & FAs

    And his ear. Has he been MMA fighting?
  5. NBA 2017-18: A Tale of Two Conferences

    Double post- my bad.
  6. NBA 2017-18: A Tale of Two Conferences

    True. I think that 8th spot is theirs for the taking though. New Orleans is going to free fall without Cousins. The Clippers maybe, but I think Utah has the better team. No one else behind them has the talent to get there. Who knows- they did beat the Warriors by 30.
  7. NBA 2017-18: A Tale of Two Conferences

    It sucks, because the Jazz have really turned it on the past couple weeks. I know losing Hood and Johnson won't be huge blows, but it still sucks to see a team trade away solid pieces, especially when a playoff spot is within striking distance. Granted, they'll get blown away by the Warriors or Rockets, but still. Playoffs is better than no playoffs. It seems that they're in an endless cycle of mediocrity. Hopefully they accomplish something while Mitchell is there to keep him from bolting.
  8. NBA 2017-18: A Tale of Two Conferences

    Right. That Lakers roster makes the Cavs look like the '91 Bulls, plus the Cavs are in the weaker conference. Lonzo? Come on. At least in the East, he can run through the playoffs and only have to face the Warriors or Rockets in the Finals. The Warriors are going to be the league's juggernaut for the next decade. He's going to have to build the Lakers from the ground up.
  9. NBA Changes 2018-19

    Of all possible pictures, why would you post Kobe in a Knicks uni?
  10. NBA 2017-18: A Tale of Two Conferences

    Agreed, they just didn't fall into the 'super far away from contention' category because of Kemba Walker and some other pieces, but yeah there's no way he goes there. How will the Rockets afford him though?
  11. NBA 2017-18: A Tale of Two Conferences

    If you had asked me a year ago, I would say that Lebron stays in Cleveland. Now, it's pretty much a foregone conclusion that he's gone. I think if he wants to compete, the Lakers are out of the question. They're just too far away, plus they have to run directly into the Houston and Golden State gauntlet. Although he's still in his prime, I think he's too old to jump on a team where he would have to start from the ground up, even if other star players would join him. This rules out teams like: Atlanta Orlando Memphis Detroit Chicago Brooklyn Dallas Indiana LA Clippers Phoenix Sacramento Utah Other teams worth considering: New York (big market, desperate for success, star player in Porzingis) Charlotte: it's a long shot, bu they've got a star in Kemba Walker, plus the MJ connection. OKC: What if they George walk and then bring in Lebron? New Orleans: I'm not sure how it would get done money wise or if it's even possible, but he, Boogie and Davis? Wow. Minnesota: Too much money tied up. I'm sure it could be worked, but I don't see it. Portland: Already boast one of the league's best back-courts. Toronto: Would instantly make them the team to beat in the East, but similar to Minnesota, some shuffling would be needed. Impossible? No, but would be way out of left field. Washington: Like Toronto, this would vault them into elite team status. Milwaukee: Like Toronto and Washington, but would be easier to get done financially. Denver: Close to contention, and adding Lebron would do it. But again, he'd have to run directly through the GS/HOU/SA buzzsaw. And then there's the usual suspects: San Antonio Houston Miami- Solid core, but I think Lebron wants something different. I just don't see Golden State happening. I have a very strong feeling about Philly. Young team, rising very quickly. Tons of cap space, already with 2 of the East's best players.
  12. 8BW14's NFL Concept Thread: Chiefs Redesign (Pg. 2) 2/16

    Literally all that they need to do.
  13. Return of the Whale Imminent

    Just wear the uni once in a blue moon. It is part of the team's history after all.
  14. NBA 2017-18: A Tale of Two Conferences

    I'm just givin' ya a hard time...
  15. NBA 2017-18: A Tale of Two Conferences

    How many titles the Jazz got?