sign mcroberts to the max, problem solved.Quote:
You have way too many okay-to-good guards/swingmen and you haven't done anything to upgrade a pretty miserable frontcourt.
or you know, being patient and flipping some of our assets for a proven player (assuming expected progression of the Bobcat's own players) when another team decides it needs to blow it up (Al Horford could be a real possibility, Ryan Anderson another) or continue to take low risk chances on dudes like the team did with McBob and Mullens. Edit: also draft and develop in house talent.Quote:
You're looking at either hunting in the bargain bin, taking flotsam that other teams don't want, or overpaying non-stars (Josh Smith, Al Jefferson).
As I've said before I think it's time to cash in on Sessions...so that would put it to 6 players for 3 positions. Keep a guy like Pargo for spot minutes at the 1/rare moments at the 2 and I think the perimeter is pretty good.
Also as Adam said I'm all for being patient. I want to retain McBob and I want to continue developing Biz. Maybe pick up someone to help address some inside scoring but it's not imperative we do that this offseason.
Keep the eye on the prize.
He's played lights out this season, and I'm sure most if not all FO's are aware of his impact he had and what he can bring.
Plus he's cheap which is an added bonus.
I'm sure we won't trade Sessions though without Cho milking the GM's for all their worth.
thanks, spectre, you always got my back.
I mean, if you don't like Derrick Williams, then fair enough. I think he can establish himself as a pretty good swing forward in the right situation