View Full Version : 2010 depth chart
06-23-2010, 09:57 PM
This is a thread for you to put what you'd realistically like the depth chart to be next season
06-23-2010, 10:41 PM
Guys currently signed to contracts:
06-24-2010, 04:09 AM
PG: We got DJ. Hopefully has a better third year than his second. Solid starter remains to be seen (Grade: B+ due to potential)
SG: Captain Jack/Hendo. Cpt Jack, will start to decline, but still a very very solid all-star caliber SG. Hendo is a great defender already, working on his offensive game will raise him to new heights. (Grade: A)
SF: Crash/UPS. Strongest position out of our 5. All-star in Crash. I expect UPS to be coming back bigger and stronger, and we all know how good the kid is, he really can play. (Grade A+)
PF: Diaw/TT. Diaw...trade him. TT, still a mixed bag at this point, will need to see him for the rest of the season to really make a judge on him. (Grade B)
C: TC/Nazzy/Diop. Scrub in Diop. Decent defensive center who crashes the offensive boards hard in TC. Nazzy will probably have another very solid year with the amount of work he's putting in via twitter.
06-25-2010, 02:39 PM
Here's how it looks just after the draft and that 1st free agent mini-camp:
DJ, Sherron Collins
Crash, UPS, Darius Miles
Boris, TT, Shawne Williams
TC, Nazr, Lexy, Diop
That's 14 guys and obviously we will invite more rookies to summer league and more FAs to training camp, and we all know LB will make changes before the season starts. Assuming Miles' knees still bend and Shawne can become unfat(where have we heard that before?), we will need another combo guard and can afford to trade a big man.
06-25-2010, 03:09 PM
Assuming... Shawne can become unfat(where have we heard that before?)
Hee hee hee
Actually, I could see the roster stopping at 14 or so. That gives us more flexibility trade-wise. I think Williams will be the odd-man out, as LB needs his 3 PGs. I'd bring Flip back as that combo.
Yeah, we only had 14 last year.
D-League call ups aren't that hard to find in case of injuries. Ask GSW.
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