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PostPosted: 02/05/18 9:19 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

BamaEd wrote:
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If this wasn’t done in previous seasons, it’s kind of genius of the new front office. Those little extras to make a player feel wanted could make all the difference.


Yes, it's been up for every trip I've taken for work over the past year and a half or so.

That is pretty cool.
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PostPosted: 02/05/18 9:31 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I've never seen it, though I don't fly that often now.



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PostPosted: 02/05/18 9:43 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Angel signing? Breland signing? Machine Gun Maggie signing ? Jersey Sponsor? At least it looks like good news?


Gotta be good news. Angel has been very active on Instagram this past week. But I think it will be Breland signing. It's been reported by everyone BUT the Dream so I guess they have to say something eventually? haha


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yep, it's Breland to the Dream.



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PostPosted: 02/05/18 9:22 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Coach Collen just appeared on an ATL sports radio show and shared the following:
The schedule comes out tomorrow although it was originally scheduled to be released this Thursday.
Ten of the first sixteen Dream games are on the road and there’s a stretch of 6 games in 9 days at some point.
She played coy about Angel’s return this season, but there’s a sense that she will.
She wants to be the fastest team in the league up and down the court
Talked about the teams depth and that they really have 7 starter caliber players. Who starts the game may not finish the game.


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PostPosted: 02/05/18 9:35 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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yep, it's Breland to the Dream.


With all thhese supserstars Atlanta has signed so far, I can't stop calling them "The Dream Team".


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PostPosted: 02/05/18 9:48 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

SpaceJunkie wrote:
toad455 wrote:
yep, it's Breland to the Dream.


With all thhese supserstars Atlanta has signed so far, I can't stop calling them "The Dream Team".


Yeah this team will go unbeated through the WNBA season !



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PostPosted: 02/06/18 11:51 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Maggie Lucas signed a training camp contract with the Dream

http://dream.wnba.com/news/dream-sign-maggie-lucas-training-camp-contract/


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PostPosted: 02/06/18 12:11 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Yet another player I always wanted on the Dream....hope she can get back to form quickly.



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PostPosted: 02/08/18 9:06 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Another Dream announcement at 10am

I do like how active they've been and how actively they've been promoting the activity!


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Angel McCoughtry Announces Return to Atlanta Dream

http://dream.wnba.com/news/angel-mccoughtry-announces-return-atlanta-dream-wnba/



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Angel McCoughtry Announces Return to Atlanta Dream

http://dream.wnba.com/news/angel-mccoughtry-announces-return-atlanta-dream-wnba/


THE DREAM TEAM!


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PostPosted: 02/08/18 10:12 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

That's what I thought it'd be, and very happy it's happening.

The Dream need her for her scoring, and her defense now that Sancho is gone. Long arms in the passing lanes to get steals and start fast breaks is a good thing for this team.

Another reason they need her is her star power. She's a known name, plus, she can take over a game when needed. Welcome back Angel!




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Welcome back Angel.



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Let's see now. We have an an All WNBA player, All Stars starting at every position, a sixth woman of the year, the player who would have won rookie of the year were it not for voter fraud, a backup center who was all rookie team and a new coach. We should win some games now right?



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Let's see now. We have an an All WNBA player, All Stars starting at every position, a sixth woman of the year, the player who would have won rookie of the year were it not for voter fraud, a backup center who was all rookie team and a new coach. We should win some games now right?


God willing yes!


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PostPosted: 02/08/18 11:36 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Feeling Good Again

https://www.theplayerstribune.com/angel-mccoughtry-atlanta-dream-wnba/

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Later that summer, my dad and I made the hour drive down I-95 to D.C. to see the Mystics play. Pretty soon, it became this tradition of ours. And I mean … it was amazing! Chamique Holdsclaw … Sheryl Swoopes … Lisa Leslie … all these living legends, some of the best ever to do it, playing right in front of me. I was starstruck. Those were some of the best days of my life.



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Feeling Good Again

https://www.theplayerstribune.com/angel-mccoughtry-atlanta-dream-wnba/

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Later that summer, my dad and I made the hour drive down I-95 to D.C. to see the Mystics play. Pretty soon, it became this tradition of ours. And I mean … it was amazing! Chamique Holdsclaw … Sheryl Swoopes … Lisa Leslie … all these living legends, some of the best ever to do it, playing right in front of me. I was starstruck. Those were some of the best days of my life.


That was a great article by Angel. I completely understand why players need to take a season off. I love her talking about her Grandmother and how Angel has been a longtime fan of the league. I hope a lot of young players in college, high school, and younger read this and take it to heart. Nice job!


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PostPosted: 02/08/18 1:18 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Let's see now. We have an an All WNBA player, All Stars starting at every position, a sixth woman of the year, the player who would have won rookie of the year were it not for voter fraud, a backup center who was all rookie team and a new coach. We should win some games now right?


That's cool but have you heard about Liz Cambage and the Wings? Laughing

I fully expect the Dream to be the most underrated team coming into next season. But a lot will depend on whether the half-court offense issues were on Cooper, or if Clarendon is just incapable of running it efficiently.


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Let's see now. We have an an All WNBA player, All Stars starting at every position, a sixth woman of the year, the player who would have won rookie of the year were it not for voter fraud, a backup center who was all rookie team and a new coach. We should win some games now right?


That's cool but have you heard about Liz Cambage and the Wings? Laughing

I fully expect the Dream to be the most underrated team coming into next season. But a lot will depend on whether the half-court offense issues were on Cooper, or if Clarendon is just incapable of running it efficiently.


half court offense? What half court offense?



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The Dream have championship talent IMO.




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myrtle wrote:
Aladyyn wrote:
Randy wrote:
Let's see now. We have an an All WNBA player, All Stars starting at every position, a sixth woman of the year, the player who would have won rookie of the year were it not for voter fraud, a backup center who was all rookie team and a new coach. We should win some games now right?


That's cool but have you heard about Liz Cambage and the Wings? Laughing

I fully expect the Dream to be the most underrated team coming into next season. But a lot will depend on whether the half-court offense issues were on Cooper, or if Clarendon is just incapable of running it efficiently.


half court offense? What half court offense?


Dream have never had a reliable half court offense. The problem predates Cooper and Clarendon. I think the problem is they are usually last or nearly last in 3 point shooting. Plus, we have good one on one players (Angel, Tip, Sykes, even Clarendon to some extent) so the temptation is always to just go one on one. Dream have typically excelled in the open court so that's what they do, or did under the first 3 coaches. If Montgomery or Lucas can help some with 3 point shooting it may help. Clarendon's shooting was off last year (she had been pretty efficient in 2016) so if she gets back to form, things could be better.



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PostPosted: 02/08/18 2:32 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

The Dream have never had the right talent to execute a half court offense. "Shalee Lehning is best PG in Dream history" is a defensible position. That should tell you a lot about what we've had to work with at the one.



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PostPosted: 02/14/18 12:50 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Damiris Dantas has now re-signed, according to a press release.


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Good for Dantas. One of my favorite ex-Lynx players.



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Dream looking pretty good IMO

Clarendon/R. Montgomery
Hayes/Sykes/Lucas
McCoughtry/Elonu
Breland/Dantas/#16
E. Williams/Stafford-McGhee

#16 Mavunga, Hines-Allen

or if McCoughtry and Elonu play some PF than

#16 S. Thomas, Scaife, Atkins, L. Harper, Nared, Muldrow


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PostPosted: 02/15/18 7:37 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

With there being so many big starting centers in the league.I would start Stafford-McGhee and bring Breland or Williams off the bench.


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With there being so many big starting centers in the league.I would start Stafford-McGhee and bring Breland or Williams off the bench.


Stafford-McGee is tall, but she's not very good.



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zune69 wrote:
With there being so many big starting centers in the league.I would start Stafford-McGhee and bring Breland or Williams off the bench.


Stafford-McGee is tall, but she's not very good.


She's 6'7,mobile,and a legit defensive presence.Imani had a very good playoff series versus the Sparks in 2016(8p/8r/2b/20mpg).Despite having a poor 2nd season,which I attribute to a lack of hunger,and coach Stocks experimental rotations.Stafford-McGee still has great upside.Judging by her IG post,she seems rededicated to becoming a better basketball player.I'm not saying Imani is better than Williams.But starting her at center would free Williams up to be more of a offensive weapon.


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pilight wrote:
zune69 wrote:
With there being so many big starting centers in the league.I would start Stafford-McGhee and bring Breland or Williams off the bench.


Stafford-McGee is tall, but she's not very good.


She's 6'7,mobile,and a legit defensive presence.Imani had a very good playoff series versus the Sparks in 2016(8p/8r/2b/20mpg).Despite having a poor 2nd season,which I attribute to a lack of hunger,and coach Stocks experimental rotations.Stafford-McGee still has great upside.Judging by her IG post,she seems rededicated to becoming a better basketball player.I'm not saying Imani is better than Williams.But starting her at center would free Williams up to be more of a offensive weapon.


I agree she has Tremendous Upside Potential. I'm just saying that even after she escaped Stocks and got to Atlanta she was terrible. Whatever you think of Michael Cooper, he did coach Lisa Leslie and Candace Parker to MVP awards. He's not completely clueless when it comes to post players.



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At some point Imani has to start living up to her potential and get somewhere near that upside. If she can pick up where she left off at the end of her rookie season and improve, the team could do quite well.



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zune69 wrote:
pilight wrote:
zune69 wrote:
With there being so many big starting centers in the league.I would start Stafford-McGhee and bring Breland or Williams off the bench.


Stafford-McGee is tall, but she's not very good.


She's 6'7,mobile,and a legit defensive presence.Imani had a very good playoff series versus the Sparks in 2016(8p/8r/2b/20mpg).Despite having a poor 2nd season,which I attribute to a lack of hunger,and coach Stocks experimental rotations.Stafford-McGee still has great upside.Judging by her IG post,she seems rededicated to becoming a better basketball player.I'm not saying Imani is better than Williams.But starting her at center would free Williams up to be more of a offensive weapon.


She has to prove herself first. Right now she has done nothing to earn a starting spot



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Remember how Seattle had that Planned Parenthood rally before the Chicago game? I didn't go because I wanted to watch the pre-game. But Imani did. Was onstage talking about it. That made me feel that her focus was not as much on game prep as it was her causes. I just get the impression that she sees herself as having achieved her goal of pro basketball player and now wants to be a role model. She doesn't see that she has some real deficiencies in her game that she needs to work on. She's been able to stay around because of her height but unless she improves her play she will not stay around.


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Remember how Seattle had that Planned Parenthood rally before the Chicago game? I didn't go because I wanted to watch the pre-game. But Imani did. Was onstage talking about it. That made me feel that her focus was not as much on game prep as it was her causes. I just get the impression that she sees herself as having achieved her goal of pro basketball player and now wants to be a role model. She doesn't see that she has some real deficiencies in her game that she needs to work on. She's been able to stay around because of her height but unless she improves her play she will not stay around.


Could have been at least part of the problem with Shoni as well.



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Remember how Seattle had that Planned Parenthood rally before the Chicago game? I didn't go because I wanted to watch the pre-game. But Imani did. Was onstage talking about it. That made me feel that her focus was not as much on game prep as it was her causes. I just get the impression that she sees herself as having achieved her goal of pro basketball player and now wants to be a role model. She doesn't see that she has some real deficiencies in her game that she needs to work on. She's been able to stay around because of her height but unless she improves her play she will not stay around.


Could have been at least part of the problem with Shoni as well.


Possible. But Shoni seemed more like she didn't want to put in the effort or handle the pressure of being a role model. Rez ball seemed a lot more unscripted than what the pro game was and it might not have been fun for her.


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Is Stafford-McGhee playing over seas? And if so how is she doing?

I realize over seas isn't an indicator of W success, just curious if she is playing heavy minutes on a decent team getting boards and blocks?


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Is Stafford-McGhee playing over seas? And if so how is she doing?

I realize over seas isn't an indicator of W success, just curious if she is playing heavy minutes on a decent team getting boards and blocks?


Doesn't seem to be.


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McGee-Stafford played the first twelve games or so in China with Beijing before Fowles showed up to take the spot. Since then she's put out a book of poetry and she's currently doing some NBA Cares stuff at the All-Star Weekend, but I don't think she played basketball anywhere.



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stever wrote:
http://www.ozy.com/the-huddle/meet-the-rookie-wnba-coach-who-is-married-to-the-game/82491

Nice article. I'm excited to see what the Dream can do this season.
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Maggie Lucas beastin’?

https://twitter.com/coachdayne/status/966359519524634624



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That's encouraging to see. Smile



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McGee-Stafford played the first twelve games or so in China with Beijing before Fowles showed up to take the spot. Since then she's put out a book of poetry and she's currently doing some NBA Cares stuff at the All-Star Weekend, but I don't think she played basketball anywhere.


I haven't seen any indications that she is super motivated to improve her game. Could be wrong, but that's JMO.



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"I am excited to see what Blake can bring to our training camp," head coach Nicki Collen said. "She is a versatile guard who can play all three guard positions as well as defend all three positions, which is a luxury to have in the WNBA."



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"All three guard positions"? Confused



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"All three guard positions"? Confused

Point guard, shooting guard, and small forguard.



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Luuuc wrote:
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"All three guard positions"? Confused

Point guard, shooting guard, and small forguard.


It's the 21st century, Luuuc. Now it goes guard, forguard, cenguard.



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Luuuc wrote:
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"All three guard positions"? Confused

Point guard, shooting guard, and small forguard.


Laughing maybe she is expecting some small line-ups from other teams Laughing



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And people thought the Wings GM was guilty of hyperbole.



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Maggie Lucas beastin’?

https://twitter.com/coachdayne/status/966359519524634624


That looks like some of the stuff Stephon Curry does. But the real key is to get that ball handling to where you can maneuver right and left with great quickness at the three point line and shake your defender for a shot. But you probably also need Curry's quick release to get as many shots off cleanly.


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