Sorry for the bad pun. But reading the game article after the Celtics win, here was a quote:
So for the sake of argument, lets say that a light suddenly goes on for Hendo, and he takes this lesson to heart. He has an ability to score in multiple ways, but has always been more reluctant. But now he sees how effective the team is when he goes into attack mode, and for the rest of the season averages about 21 points per game.Quote:
This is how Gerald Henderson describes what he hears from coach Mike Dunlap these days:
“He wants me to shoot it every time. He wants me to think, ‘SCORE’ every time.”
Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/201...#storylink=cpy
Would this finally be the player we are looking for as our SG? If we can get him for 5-6M per for the next few years, should we then focus on Bennett, Noel, or trade down for Zeller in the draft? Or should we go ahead and draft Macclemore, Bazz, Oladipo, or Smart to take over the position as planned, and let Hendo go?
I've always been of the position that if he could ever become aggressive, then he's who I would want for that position. Maybe its just a one game thing, and he even showed glimpses of this at the end of the season last year, but reverted back. I was just wondering what other people thought between a potentially aggressive and higher salaried Hendo for the next few years and a young big prospect versus an inexperienced young rookie on a lower salary but bigger bust or boom potential and a veteran post player.