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9 minutes ago, Eskobar said:

Suggs is shooting 25  percent on the season, and is 1-5 tonight.  He's not NBA ready and I hope this doesn't impact his confidence going forward, the last thing the Magic needs is another bust 1st round pick.

You mean 2-6?  Suggs brings a lot of intensity, and 33% from 3 is not terrible at all. 
 

Proud of them for hanging in against some thuggish play from the Heat, second game of a back to back. 

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10 minutes ago, Eskobar said:

Suggs is shooting 25  percent on the season, and is 1-5 tonight.  He's not NBA ready and I hope this doesn't impact his confidence going forward, the last thing the Magic needs is another bust 1st round pick.

Who are the other 1st round busts? The only one I can think of is Hezonja

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5 minutes ago, JJZFL said:

You mean 2-6?  Suggs brings a lot of intensity, and 33% from 3 is not terrible at all. 
 

Proud of them for hanging in against some thuggish play from the Heat, second game of a back to back. 

He was 1-5 when I posted that, and now is 2-8. Right at his season average.

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4 minutes ago, s1n1st3r12 said:

Who are the other 1st round busts? The only one I can think of is Hezonja

AG, unless some consider a role player with no offense and overrated defense being a success with the 4th overall pick.

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1 minute ago, Eskobar said:

AG, unless some consider a role player with no offense and overrated defense being a success with the 4th overall pick.

i will agree he did not live up to his hype however he is far from a bust, Anthony Bennett and Hasheem Thabeet are a couple of names that come to mind as busts. 

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Game over but they were competitive against a tough team on second night of a back to back.  I’ll take it. 

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why do we always have the worst end of bench players in the league? surely we can do better than Iggy? why not pick up Tyrell Terry or Tyler Bey for example? And ill get shot down for this cos I know a few here get sucked in with his one out of ten flame throwing games, but Ross is a team cancer on a good side let alone a rebuilding side. Get him away from this team, just look at his body language out there. 

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7 minutes ago, harley said:

why do we always have the worst end of bench players in the league? surely we can do better than Iggy? why not pick up Tyrell Terry or Tyler Bey for example? And ill get shot down for this cos I know a few here get sucked in with his one out of ten flame throwing games, but Ross is a team cancer on a good side let alone a rebuilding side. Get him away from this team, just look at his body language out there. 

We're without 3 starters currently. Our bench wouldn't be nearly as bad if so many of our top players weren't out. 

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3 minutes ago, TreyMachine said:

We're without 3 starters currently. Our bench wouldn't be nearly as bad if so many of our top players weren't out. 

So? you can't tell me Ignas is worthy of a spot? I kills us in games when we actually need them.

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If they were that reliable, consistently, they wouldn't be end of the bench guys. And if Tyrell Terry had as many options to crack the Mavs' rotation as they are saying, doesn't sound like he's worth much more either.

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