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On the case for including Chandler Parsons in a Carmelo Anthony trade

Forum moderator John Gold had an interesting take last week in response to my thoughts on a proposed Carmelo Anthony deal to the Rockets.  He says that while the conventional wisdom dictates that the team would most likely include budding power forward Terrence Jones in an Anthony deal (along with Omer Asik and Jeremy Lin), [...]

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Chandler Parsons in the post

This is a topic regarding which I’ve been meaning to write for quite some time, most especially during those rare moments when evidence of the matter occurs right before me.  In any event, I finally got around to looking into the numbers earlier today. To begin, a common fallacy is to assume that because a [...]

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Can Chandler Parsons be an All-Star?

Is Chandler Parsons the product of Daryl Morey’s utopian—pace, spacing, efficiency—paradigm or is he a legitimate, albeit unforeseeable, All-Star candidate on his own merit? Like most things, the answer lies somewhere in-between. Parsons has been a miraculous offensive basketball player this season. He’s efficient, smart, and athletic. He can shoot, dribble, pass, and rebound. He [...]

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