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Cheap Trevor Ariza NBA Jersey Discount

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In the face of the Dwight Howard-Kobe Bryant spat, one that may well be extremely overblown, Trevor Ariza is making it perfectly clear that not everyone in the NBA is against the Los Angeles Lakers superstar.

July 22, the Washington Wizards small forward was spotted strolling down the streets of Philadelphia while wearing a vintage Kobe Bryant jersey (h/t Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News):

Make no mistake about it. This was an intentional show from Ariza, who wouldn’t have posted the photo to his Instagram account otherwise. It was enough for him to wear the jersey publicly in the first place, but to display the picture for everyone who didn’t see in person?

It’s a nice display of enduring affection from a player who still credits the Mamba for his breakout year in 2008-09. Kobe’s work on Ariza’s shooting stroke helped create a massive uptick in performance, and that, in part, helped lead the Lakers to a championship.

The two have since parted ways, but this sentiment has to leave you wondering: could Ariza be hoping for a reunion next year?

His contract expires at the conclusion of the 2013-14 season, and he could presumably take a pay cut to join forces with Kobe in Tinseltown. L.A. certainly has the cap space, after all.

It’s way too wholesale jerseys soon to worry about Ariza’s impending free agency, though, as he exercised his player option and remained with the Wizards for a reason. He’s gunning for the playoffs right now, hoping to provide some veteran leadership alongside John Wall, Bradley Beal and Otto Porter.

If he can play like the man who originally wore that No. 8 jersey, things will be looking good in D.C.

John Wall NBA Jersey Authentic For Sale

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The Washington Wizards’ long-term future is now a lot clearer, as superstar point guard wholesale jerseys John Wall agreed to terms on a four-year contract worth $170 million. David Aldridge first reported the news.

Wall, 26, re-ups with the Wizards through the 2022-23 season. By the time it expires he will be 32 years old, meaning the Wizards have locked him up for the majority if not all of his prime.

Wall was able to earn the dollar amount he did in part because of his selection to third team All-NBA for the 2016-17 season. Under the recently installed collective bargaining agreement, honors like All-NBA and Defensive Player of the Year allow players to earn more money on contract extensions.

The Wizards drafted Wall first overall in 2010 out of the University of Kentucky. In his seven NBA seasons since, Wall has blossomed into one of the NBA’s best players with career averages of 18.8 points, 9.2 assists and 4.4 rebounds per game. He has been an All-Star in each of the past four seasons and is a one-time All-Defensive team selection.

Brandon Knight Jersey Wholesale Price

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The Phoenix Suns are not in ‘win now’ mode. Quite frankly, they are a few years out from being considered anything close to a legitimate threat to their Western Conference foes. Something that would totally derail any progress made throughout the past couple seasons, would be to sign an ill-fitting star, or once again draft a player tomorrow with a tag around his neck that reads “could be good in 3-4 seasons.”

Don’t get me wrong, if you told me for the right price, the Phoenix Suns could bring a guy like Kristaps Porzingis from the Knicks, Paul George from the Pacers, or Jimmy Butler from Chicago, then you wouldn’t hear one word of complaint from me.

But these rumors surrounding Paul Millsap once again, and more recently, DeAndre Jordan? The Phoenix front office had better think long and hard if players like them would really fit the mold of what they are trying to build in the Valley. By all means, I believe if it is the right star, the Suns should pull the trigger. I am here just as a friendly reminder for them to not get blinded by the name of the player, and not think through how they would fit with the current roster.

Now, lets shift our attention to the draft this afternoon. For fans of low market NBA teams, draft night gets the butterflies going in the belly similar to the feeling fans of the Cavaliers and Warriors had throughout the NBA Finals a couple of weeks ago.

On draft night, the Suns will have a lot of potential decisions on their hands. If a team, like the Knicks, Pacers, Bulls, etc. reach out to talk fourth pick and young studs like T.J. Warren or Eric Bledsoe in a package for a well-fitting star, then they should entertain it. But if they find themselves going forward with making the pick, they need to understand that taking another project player, such as Jonathan Isaac, isn’t necessarily the best thing to do. Some fans will say that drafting Isaac will continue this ‘build for the future’ trend that the team has been doing, but there comes a time that the franchise needs to surround the young guns with ‘ready now’ talent. Another player with a trajectory similar to that of Dragan Bender isn’t exactly ideal anymore.

The ‘ready now’ talent comes in players like Josh Jackson, Jayson Tatum, and De’Aaron Fox. These three, to go along with the sure number one overall selection in Markelle Fultz, seem like the most NBA ready players in this draft. Bringing in one of these studs will tell Suns fans that they now have someone to go to battle alongside Booker and Chriss night in and night out. A lengthy forward like Jackson or Tatum could complete a pretty formidable 1-2 punch with Devin Booker on the wing.

Bringing in a cheap nba jerseys authentic guard like Fox more than likely ends the run of Eric Bledsoe in Phoenix, however starts an era of the Kentucky product that has flashes of Russell Westbrook and John Wall in him. Either way, these players would tell the Suns faithful they are determined to at least start trying to move forward with their squad.

It is a fun time to be a Suns fan right now. Let’s just hope that Phoenix management makes the right decision.

Cheap Authentic Washington Wizards NBA Jerseys Discount

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The Washington Wizards played a total of six lineups more than 19 games in the 2017-17 NBA season. Some lineups worked much better than others.

In the modern NBA, having a lineup for every type of scenario is crucial. Since the Golden State Warriors started their reign of terror in the league, many teams have started to shift to smaller lineups, eliminating post-up play and traditional big men for crunch-time lineups.

The NBA has started a phase with an emphasis on efficient scoring, caring more about three-point percentage and shots at the rim than midrangers and post moves. In this new era of the NBA, it’s interesting to see what a team’s best and worst lineups are over an entire season. This shows exactly what type of personnel is on the court for the most successful box score numbers.

Below is the best lineup (based off of plus/minus) the Washington Wizards played more than 19 regular season games:

Lineup: cheap jerseys John Wall, Bradley Beal, Otto Porter Jr., Markieff Morris, Marcin Gortat (+3.4 plus/minus)
There’s not much surprise here. The Wizards were a pretty solid team in the 2016-17 NBA season, so it makes sense their starting lineup would be their best combination. In an NBA where lineups are getting smaller and smaller, Marcin Gortat is still the best option to protect the rim and rebound for Washington.

But what might be more interesting is to take a look at the other five lineups the Washington Wizards frequented this year:

Lineup 1: John Wall, Bradley Beal, Otto Porter Jr., Kelly Oubre Jr., Marcin Gortat (+2.2 plus/minus)
Lineup 2: John Wall, Bradley Beal, Kelly Oubre Jr., Markieff Morris, Marcin Gortat (+0.2 plus/minus)
Lineup 3: John Wall, Bradley Beal, Kelly Oubre Jr., Otto Porter Jr., Markieff Morris (-0.1 plus/minus)
Lineup 4: John Wall, Bradley Beal, Otto Porter Jr., Markieff Morris, Jason Smith (-1.0 plus/minus)
Lineup 5: John Wall, Bradley Beal, Otto Porter Jr., Jason Smith, Marcin Gortat (-1.3 plus/minus)
There are a couple of key takeaways from these numbers. The first one and probably most obvious is that John Wall and Bradley Beal are in every single one of these lineups. This just shows that those two are very much at the center of everything the Washington Wizards do.

The second takeaway, and the most alarming one, is that the Wizards only have two commonly used lineups from the entire NBA 2016-17 season with a plus/minus of more than 1.0. For reference, the Golden State Warriors have seven lineups that are all net positive last season.
This snapshot at lineups just shows how a lack of depth is extremely detrimental to Washington. If the Wizards are unable to field more than two lineup combinations for extended periods of time, they will be in huge trouble come playoff time.

Hopefully the signings of Tim Frazier, Jodie Meeks and Mike Scott will give the Wizards more flexibility in their lineups, allowing John Wall and Bradley Beal to rest on the bench without their team crumbling around them.

The third takeaway is that the Wizards have tried to use a small-ball lineup and haven’t really figured it out yet. Lineup 3 consists of two guards and three forwards, using no traditional big man. The problem is, the lineup was a net negative for the team.

What the Warriors have (and other teams have that have succeeded with small ball lineups), is a bunch of wing forwards who can guard multiple positions. The reason the Wizards’ small-ball lineup isn’t working is most likely because Otto Porter Jr. and Kelly Oubre Jr. aren’t able to guard multiple positions yet.
If those two can work on their defensive game and hold their own against opponents both smaller and bigger than them, the Wizards may have the makings of a fantastic small-ball lineup, but until then, keep the Polish Hammer Marcin Gortat on the court…please.