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PostPosted: 09/18/16 3:35 pm    ::: San Antonio Stars 2017 Reply Reply with quote

A lot of youth on this team, plus the likely #1 overall pick. The big question is do they keep Robinson or trade her for a center? Robinson for Lavender?

PG: Jefferson/Colson
SG: McBride/#1 draft pick
SF: Currie/Peters/Montgomery
PF: Ndour/Hamby/Baugh
C: traded center/Alexander



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I'm in the camp that SA could trade either D-Rob or the #1 pick. Jefferson and D-Rob seem similar and Jefferson is clearly the future, and since SA might not be going anywhere next season why not get your new star PG as many minutes as possible. IF SA wants to take a bigger leap forward trading the #1 (or high lottery pick if the balls don't fall there way) for a more established player seems very possible as well. Or even trying to combine both assets for a star player. I do think a new GM will want to make a bold move if the opportunity presents itself.

With that said, if nothing works out bringing back a healthy D-Rob and a new #1 (hopefully) draft pick will still move the needle forward on the Stars talent level. Who knows? maybe someone in this draft class takes a huge leap forward, or another star player declares early for the draft.

So things are looking up for SA, and they have some assets to make the off season discussion interesting. My big question would be what star or up and coming players would be available in a trade for SA assets?

My short list of ideas that have come up in other threads

I'm seeing the #1 pick in these equations as Deshields but it could be someone else too

#1 for Dolson and #4
#1 for A. Thomas and C. Little
#1 for C. Gray and #2 or #3 (which ever one lands in LA)
#1 for Achonwa and #8
#1 for Bonner and Bone
I realize people will think some if not most of these are nuts but usually you have to pay a decent price to get a #1 pick even in a weak draft and Deshields or someone else could declare early or turn into an obvious star over the next college season

D-Rob for Sims
D-Rob and #13 for Bone and #5
D-Rob for #4 or
D-Rob for Vaughn
D-Rob and #13 for S. Rodgers (doesn't mean I like it thinking from SA's POV here)


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A healthy D Rob for Langhorne and the Storms draft pick



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PostPosted: 09/19/16 8:05 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I'd say trading with Indiana or Washington makes most sense. I would give up the #1 pick for Achonwa and #8. You could also trade DRob somewhere too, which would give you another chance to add someone that's young but more established.


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You can tell it's a weak #1 if talk of trading that #1 is like it's going to be a given. Trading the #1 isn't unthinkable this year. The last time a #1 was traded was in 2007 when the Lynx were desperate for a big name PG.



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PostPosted: 09/19/16 8:40 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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You can tell it's a weak #1 if talk of trading that #1 is like it's going to be a given. Trading the #1 isn't unthinkable this year. The last time a #1 was traded was in 2007 when the Lynx were desperate for a big name PG.


I presume you mean a #1 that was known to be a #1 overall at the time of the trade? There's a certain 2010 set of trades that comes to mind otherwise.



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2017 is probably another rebuilding year for SAS but if DRob and McBride both come back at the top of their games SAS may be very good. The other big question mark in my mind is who will the new coach be? If its an outsider that probably means a new system which will take a while to become productive. SAS desperately needs a replacement for Young that can put up some big numbers and rebound. I could see SAS trading their #1 pick in the draft with one of their less important players to get a top notch PF.


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PostPosted: 09/29/16 12:08 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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2017 is probably another rebuilding year for SAS but if DRob and McBride both come back at the top of their games SAS may be very good. The other big question mark in my mind is who will the new coach be? If its an outsider that probably means a new system which will take a while to become productive. SAS desperately needs a replacement for Young that can put up some big numbers and rebound. I could see SAS trading their #1 pick in the draft with one of their less important players to get a top notch PF.


If you want a truly decent PF, I'm guessing you'd have a give up your first rounder in 2018 as just part of the deal. If that's the case, you might as well sit tight, because #1 in 2018 is like plantinum, #2 is gold, and #3 is still silver. Maybe not quite as good as Three to See, but getting up there, and if nobody declares for 2017, it should be deep too.

But maybe you could lure NYL into some kind of trade since some of their fans seem to think they need DRob to take the next step.


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They ran some commercial that had a lot of athletes in it during the World Series. Probably Nike. I think it was all male athletes except for Moriah Jefferson.


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They ran some commercial that had a lot of athletes in it during the World Series. Probably Nike. I think it was all male athletes except for Moriah Jefferson.

Jefferson is with Adidas. So I'm guessing it's them.



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tfan wrote:
They ran some commercial that had a lot of athletes in it during the World Series. Probably Nike. I think it was all male athletes except for Moriah Jefferson.

Jefferson is with Adidas. So I'm guessing it's them.



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tfan with the Morgan Yaeger avatar Smile I was not expecting to see that here.
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tfan with the Morgan Yaeger avatar Smile I was not expecting to see that here.
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Womens Basketball Daily had a link to an article on the top 5 (of over 20) Australian freshman making their NCAA debuts this season.


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PostPosted: 10/29/16 8:41 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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I'm in the camp that SA could trade either D-Rob or the #1 pick. Jefferson and D-Rob seem similar and Jefferson is clearly the future

BITEYOURTONGUE!~ Razz

No trading D-Rob!! Yeah, I know....MoJeff and D-Rob are maybe too similar, but I'd love to see them play TOGETHER. For at least a season. Nobody has a backcourt with that level of jets going. Laughing

Of course, SOMEbody might have to be The Bargaining Chip for offseason trades (I'm still half torqued they let Jia go), and everybody knows SA is desperate for some kind of star post power, but I still think Roadrunner #1 and Roadrunner #2 would be high entertainment value. Cool

PS--does anybody know, is D-Rob fully recovered and back to playing now?



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I was watching a tape the other day of a game from a couple years ago and watching DRob as SAS PG it was clear to me that she has skills that MoJeff doesn't have and she is bigger and stronger and better defender. She doesn't have the 3 point shot but is very good from mid-range. I think they could function together very nicely with MoJeff as the shooting guard. I really can't see any team giving up a top notch PF unless they have 2 of them and I don't know of any team that does. That said, I would think SAS better take the best post player available in the draft.


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Ruth Riley talked during the halftime of the Washington/Notre Dame game and stated that Kayla was progressing along well with her rehab and that they have no time table for hiring a head coach.


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they have no time table for hiring a head coach.


Oh, that's brilliant. I hope the timetable would have the coach installed before the start of the 2017 off-season in January.

Might she want to do the job herself?

Vickie Johnson must not be the obvious choice.



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Stars GM Ruth Riley: A Global Hire Raised on an Indiana Farm

https://therivardreport.com/stars-gm-ruth-riley-a-global-hire-raised-on-an-indiana-farm/

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In graduate school at Notre Dame, Ruth wasn’t thinking about returning to the WNBA, where she had won two championships, twice been named Finals MVP, earned an All-Star berth, and served as vice president of the league player’s union. No, Ruth was thinking of how she could change the world.

“I was looking,” she said, “at global humanitarian work.”



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pilight wrote:
Stars GM Ruth Riley: A Global Hire Raised on an Indiana Farm

https://therivardreport.com/stars-gm-ruth-riley-a-global-hire-raised-on-an-indiana-farm/

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In graduate school at Notre Dame, Ruth wasn’t thinking about returning to the WNBA, where she had won two championships, twice been named Finals MVP, earned an All-Star berth, and served as vice president of the league player’s union. No, Ruth was thinking of how she could change the world.

“I was looking,” she said, “at global humanitarian work.”


A very nice story on Ruth Riley and one not just women should listen too but everyone should read about her.


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PostPosted: 12/23/16 12:59 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

If McBride and DRob return at full strength I hope Alexander, Hamby, and Peters step up their games this season If that happens and SAS gets a good post in the draft I think they will be a lot better than people on this board think. I would bet that SAS will not trade DRob.


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Angus24 wrote:
If McBride and DRob return at full strength I hope Alexander, Hamby, and Peters step up their games this season If that happens and SAS gets a good post in the draft I think they will be a lot better than people on this board think. I would bet that SAS will not trade DRob.


Any chance DRob demands out? She'd have to be cored if she's not under contract. No longer a starter after 6 years, or are they going to start both DRob and Jefferson?



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Amazing story about Ruth. I bet she will bring SAS a championship before she may move on to even bigger things.


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When is Hamby's due date...not sure if much can be expected of her next summer...?



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stever wrote:
When is Hamby's due date...not sure if much can be expected of her next summer...?


She's due in six weeks



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pilight wrote:
stever wrote:
When is Hamby's due date...not sure if much can be expected of her next summer...?


She's due in six weeks


Thanks...I should've known you'd have a spreadsheet for that. Wink



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stever wrote:
pilight wrote:
stever wrote:
When is Hamby's due date...not sure if much can be expected of her next summer...?


She's due in six weeks


Thanks...I should've known you'd have a spreadsheet for that. Wink


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What ever happened to Daniel Adams? She was a really important part of the team a few years ago.


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What ever happened to Daniel Adams? She was a really important part of the team a few years ago.


I don't think her pot smoking was a part of the Hughes culture. I think she saw the writing on the wall and realized she needed to finish up her degree. She just graduated in August. Now she plays in Israel and was recently named player of the week.

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27-year old power forward Danielle Adams (185-F/C-89) had an amazing evening in the last round for league's best team Maccabi R.Gan and receives a Eurobasket.com Player of the Week award for round 6.
She had a double-double of 32 points and 15 rebounds, while her team edged out Elitzur Holon (#5, 2-3) 79-76. It allowed Maccabi R.Gan to take over top position in the Israeli D1. Maccabi R.Gan have a solid 5-1 record. In the team's last game Adams had a remarkable 75.0% from 2-point range. She turned to be Maccabi R.Gan's top player in her first season with the team. Texas A&M University graduate has very impressive stats this year. Adams is in league's top in points (3rd best: 22.0ppg) and averages solid 60.3% FGP.


http://www.eurobasket.com/Israel/news/473541/Adams'-double-double-lands-her-Player-of-the-Week-award?Women=1



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If she's in better shape, she'll get signed by someone. Seems like a Laimbeer type of player. Wink



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Angus24 wrote:
What ever happened to Daniel Adams? She was a really important part of the team a few years ago.


She got bigger and bigger..



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Shades wrote:
Angus24 wrote:
What ever happened to Daniel Adams? She was a really important part of the team a few years ago.


I don't think her pot smoking was a part of the Hughes culture. I think she saw the writing on the wall and realized she needed to finish up her degree.


She was waived during training camp.


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Angus24 wrote:
What ever happened to Daniel Adams? She was a really important part of the team a few years ago.


She got bigger and bigger..

Are we talking about Danielle Adams or Jayne Appel? Razz



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pilight wrote:
Stars GM Ruth Riley: A Global Hire Raised on an Indiana Farm

https://therivardreport.com/stars-gm-ruth-riley-a-global-hire-raised-on-an-indiana-farm/

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In graduate school at Notre Dame, Ruth wasn’t thinking about returning to the WNBA, where she had won two championships, twice been named Finals MVP, earned an All-Star berth, and served as vice president of the league player’s union.


One time Finals MVP. Deanna Nolan was the MVP in 2006 (Katie Smith in 2008).


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tfan wrote:
pilight wrote:
Stars GM Ruth Riley: A Global Hire Raised on an Indiana Farm

https://therivardreport.com/stars-gm-ruth-riley-a-global-hire-raised-on-an-indiana-farm/

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In graduate school at Notre Dame, Ruth wasn’t thinking about returning to the WNBA, where she had won two championships, twice been named Finals MVP, earned an All-Star berth, and served as vice president of the league player’s union.


One time Finals MVP. Deanna Nolan was the MVP in 2006 (Katie Smith in 2008).


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Jet Jaguar wrote:
Michelle89 wrote:
Angus24 wrote:
What ever happened to Daniel Adams? She was a really important part of the team a few years ago.


She got bigger and bigger..

Are we talking about Danielle Adams or Jayne Appel? Razz


Laughing Appel let lose in her last season before she retired



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Michelle89 wrote:
Jet Jaguar wrote:
Michelle89 wrote:
Angus24 wrote:
What ever happened to Daniel Adams? She was a really important part of the team a few years ago.


She got bigger and bigger..

Are we talking about Danielle Adams or Jayne Appel? Razz


Laughing Appel let lose in her last season before she retired


I saw on an overseas report where Adams scored 19. something points so she can still play. I bet she could have helped the Stars this past season.


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The link that Shades gave us says Adams was player of the week over in Europe so she must still be a good player. Is it possible that SAS still holds some rights to her?


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The link that Shades gave us says Adams was player of the week over in Europe so she must still be a good player. Is it possible that SAS still holds some rights to her?


No, they cut her. It'd be easy enough to bring her back, but it's probably time to move on from Adams.



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Adams can shoot, although her % went down her last year, but she literally rumbles up and down the floor. Defense? What's that? I don't think she could play in the W that way unless she wants to lose 50 pounds to become more mobile. Since it appears she's doing just fine making a living overseas she probably has no inclination to make the needed effort...and maybe she has a physical issue which simply won't let her lose the pounds. I can see the attraction of simply taking the Summer off.



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With each additional state that makes marijuana legal, Adams' chances of returning improve. She just needs for the WNBA and the Feds to get with the program. Wink



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The Vision That Brought Stars Coach to San Antonio

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In her two-bedroom apartment in Pécs, a city founded on mountain slopes in the 2nd century, Johnson considered the possibilities. She was used to winning – the Liberty had made the playoffs six of the past seven seasons – so Johnson imagined relocating to a contending franchise. But which one? Indiana sounded good. So did Sacramento. A woman of faith, Johnson decided to ask God.



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Watch this space...



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For how long should be the question..... Question



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For how long should be the question..... Question


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Wonder if the Stars wold have any interest in bringing back Ann Wauters. She hardly got off the bench with the Sparks.At least 12 or more years ago when she was really good. Saw that she is playing in Turkey this winter. SAS could maybe use her as a backup center. She is a UFA I think.


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Wonder if the Stars wold have any interest in bringing back Ann Wauters. She hardly got off the bench with the Sparks.At least 12 or more years ago when she was really good. Saw that she is playing in Turkey this winter. SAS could maybe use her as a backup center. She is a UFA I think.


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Wonder if the Stars wold have any interest in bringing back Ann Wauters. She hardly got off the bench with the Sparks.At least 12 or more years ago when she was really good. Saw that she is playing in Turkey this winter. SAS could maybe use her as a backup center. She is a UFA I think.


She is if anything now non-effective . She played with the champs last year and honestly became apart of there cheer squad with the other 2 foreigners . SAS must really be desperate to go after her if so .



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I heard from another poster on here that the Stars are after DeSouza so i doubt Wauters is coming back



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I heard from another poster on here that the Stars are after DeSouza so i doubt Wauters is coming back


That's what I heard too.

Thought deSouza hasn't been that great since being traded from Atlanta, so I guess they are banking on her returning to that form, assuming she does sign with them.


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