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  1. The Box Office

    Jumanji is good. I'd recommend it. F Black Christmas.
  2. I mean I disagree with most of the premises you are tossing out. He's not a system player, he is the system. His elite D pre-dates the the Warriors dynasty. I don't know how it could be the system when he was already doing his thing before Klay was an All Star, before Steph was an MVP, without Durant and for two different coaches.They thrived on D because he allowed them to. His PNR D and ability to cover mistakes made everyone else better and is significantly more impactful than you're giving credit for. You can point to it not being the same as rim protection but he's still an excellent man and help defender regardless. He doesn't need specific circumstances to be a huge impact guy on D and I don't see evidence saying he does. Offensively? Absolutely. Throw him in another system and his offensive impact would crater no doubt. Without the spacing and creation provided by Steph/Klay/Durant he's a homeless man's Boris Diaw on O. I can't think of a team where he wouldn't have made a huge impact defensively. Would he garner the same respect as he would being on the Warriors dynasty? No, but that's just how it works. He'd still be a massive plus on that end and be leading someone else to a great D. His On/Off numbers do paint him in a good light every year except this season. He beats Klay most of the team and dominates him in the postseason. His postseason On/Off numbers are literally amazing. #2, #1, #1, #2, #3, #1. Like I said, you don't luck into having the top defensive impact at your position 5/6 years. As far as his decline goes, everyone ages differently. Serge Ibaka peaked at like 24. Draymond admitted he was out of shape the majority of last season. He's 29 with the workload of someone who is in their early 30's because of the deep postseason runs. It happens.
  3. Top 10 horror movies this decade

    Tend to agree with you on all of these. I don't think there are all that many movies that follow a straight up classic horror design anymore but movies around/near that category have been excellent over the last few years.
  4. Top 10 horror movies this decade

    The last decade has been pretty strong for horror imo. I think a lot of great movies are only kind of horror though. Get Out A Quiet Place Ready or Not Don't Breath Cabin in the Woods 10 Cloverfield Lane Those are all good/great movies listed on page 1 that you could make an argument aren't really horror. Btw, Us (2019) is one of the most overrated movies of the decade. Hereditary isn't a movie I'll ever watch again because it genuinely disturbed me but holy **** is that a well made film.
  5. He's clearly declined and is on a team that has holes everywhere. You need a prime Dwight type guy to make up for that and that's not his style of play. He's not an elite rim protector but he is an all time great PNR defender which is arguably as important in the modern NBA. The numbers show that the D with/without him paint him as huge impact guy on D (less so now). His offense has always been that of a 4th/5th option and it's getting worse. I never bought into him being a top 10 guy like some true analytics fans but at his best he was clearly one of the best role players ever and a top 20 guy in terms of impact. Current Draymond is closer to a top 50ish player. Look at the impact numbers. 2013-2014: #1 Defensive PF (#12 overall), +4.9 OnCourt 2014-2015 #1 Defensive PF (#1 Overall), +16.1 OnCourt (2nd on team to Steph) 2015-2016: #1 Defensive PF (#3 overall), +18.5 OnCourt (1st on Team) 2016-2017: #1 Defensive PF (#2 overall), +15.9 OnCourt (2nd on team to Steph) 2017-2018: #3 Defensive PF (#12 Overall), +6.8 OnCourt 2018-2019: #1 Defensive PF (#4 Overall), +10.5 OnCourt (3rd to Steph/KD) It's pretty difficult to make the argument that he's fluked his way into being the most impactful defensive 4 in the NBA 5/6 years and routinely put up better +/- numbers than every Warriors outside of Curry.
  6. Movies & TV News/Buzz Thread

    I don't have a Twitter. The buddy I saw the movie with told me about them. Fact checked it, and I guess she's retweeting things like that, not saying them herself. My first post was inaccurate.
  7. Cardinals release Terrell Suggs

    Baltimore about to get better.
  8. Movies & TV News/Buzz Thread

    Every movie needs that one fan I guess. Meanwhile IMDB has it as a 3.0/10, RT audience score is 26%, PostTrak audiences gave it 1/5 stars and the director is calling out people on Twitter for not liking it.
  9. What movie are you watching?

    Apparently the movie took strong inspiration from a certain trial from last year. That should tell you all you need to know.
  10. Movies & TV News/Buzz Thread

    I did and I regret it very much.
  11. Giants release Janoris Jenkins

    Pick him up Pack.
  12. What movie are you watching?

    That's the tip of the iceberg. It's unlike anything I've ever seen.
  13. Davis gets screwed by being on the same team as LeBron and D12. His "Off" minutes view him as replaceable because they have another elite rim protector and offensive player making it look like he doesn't impact the game.
  14. What movie are you watching?

    Black Christmas is the most cringe worthy movie I've ever seen. I've never seen a movie try to vilify a group of people so hard.