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(10-27-2012 10:50 PM)swanone Wrote: small market teams can't compete with large market teams simple as that can't spend like big market teams
(10-28-2012 08:47 AM)mickey7mantle7 Wrote: Harden wanted to start, not be the 6th man again. He turned down the 4yr/52mil deal he was offered. He wanted 5+/70+ a year and start. I don't blame him. OKC picked up a lot of draft picks..
(10-28-2012 07:54 AM)kenarm79 Wrote: If this was they case, how do you explain Miami? That's a small market as well (even if the media doesn't want you to recognize it). Truth be told most of the league is in small markets.
(10-28-2012 06:36 PM)swanone Wrote: Miami is a major city with more fan base, more sports teams ,history than OKC is smaller city local fan base ie only pro sports team in town.
(10-28-2012 04:46 PM)taffster74 Wrote: Hopefully this isn't a trend forming for OKC. Think about it, they traded Jeff Green after 2 and half seasons, they trade James Harden after three seasons... whenever a forward/guard starts to look good - i.e take points/focus away from Durant and Westbrook, management ships him out. OKC has to learn one thing - you can't win anything these days without a third legitimate scorer....