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JeffB
Well, the buyout market hasn't been as interesting as I thought it might be. I guess we aren't signing anyone.
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elT
JeffB_STR82DVD wrote:
Well, the buyout market hasn't been as interesting as I thought it might be. I guess we aren't signing anyone.


Our competition in the East didn't get any significant upgrades either. Monroe to Boston might still turn out to be really good for them but he has already started getting "DNP - CD". Maybe it works out really well for them in playoffs. Or maybe Monroe isn't really good. 
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Dmega
Sounds like nothing is gonna happen for the Raptors.  Too bad as we could use some back up depth at SF/PF to hedge against injury or foul trouble to OG, Miles, Ibaka and Siakam.
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elT
Dmega wrote:
Sounds like nothing is gonna happen for the Raptors.  Too bad as we could use some back up depth at SF/PF to hedge against injury or foul trouble to OG, Miles, Ibaka and Siakam.


We can still sign whoever is FA. March 1st deadline is for currently signed players, they had to be waived by today to be eligible for playoffs. 

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Dmega
elT wrote:


We can still sign whoever is FA. March 1st deadline is for currently signed players, they had to be waived by today to be eligible for playoffs. 



I heard Paul Peirce is available!
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The Statistic
Shabazz M has just been bought out. I wouldn't mind him on the raps coming in and taking a few minutes from Powell.
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elT
The Statistic wrote:
Shabazz M has just been bought out. I wouldn't mind him on the raps coming in and taking a few minutes from Powell.


Powell is 43 times better player. Shabbaz plays only offense and can't shoot. 
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DanH
Yeah, big ol' no thanks to Shabazz.

At this point, looks like it's either going to be an overseas vet (like Diaw maybe?) or they'll just promote one of the 2-way players to an NBA deal for the playoffs.

I'm still holding on to the hope that they bring Bosh back even if just as a locker room presence.
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