I'd like to see what Jeremy Lamb could do in a bigger role. But what we really need (other than the obvious: someone that can shoot, post up, play D) is a guy who will demand the ball and take a lot of shots (making a good percentage of them of course). We have too many guys who are capable of scoring a lot, but not trigger happy and that is one of our biggest offensive setbacks. If Ben Gordon could play D, I would LOVE him as the SG (also, would prefer him to be younger, but that's not the point).
Sorry about Iggy, I forgot he got selected for the all-star game last year. Any way, this is a funny thread: what's the best shooting guard? Btw you aren't allowed to select the good ones :). I always thought Turner was a Boris Diaw at the 2, but that's about the same as a fat Lamar Odom. I like Turner though, he can score, rebound, dime and defend. The only problem; he's not as good as most people thought he would be.
Youre right gm, if we have to pick between all the mediocre or bad sgs in the league...hendo is my guy too
Actually ill take beal
I would try to work a trade with OKC for Jeremy Lamb and develop him. Or i would just stick with Hendo, i actually like Hendo's game if he's used correctly. He has a MJ like post up/fade away, we should go to that much more. He would also be better used if we had him come off of screens like Rip Hamilton and Reggie Miller. Hendo would be a great system player. Unfortunately Dunlap doesnt see what i see... oh well.
Other than Hendo I like Courtney Lee as well. He might not be a perfect sg, but he's someone who I could(want to) see ending up in a Bobcats uniform. Anthony Morrow would be a nice addition too, but more as a 3-point specialist than a starter.