Orlando has released veteran PG Jason Williams. I think he was upset that he wasn't getting any playing time in Orlando. Should we sign him?
No. If we sign anyone, it needs to be a big.
If he wasn't happy as 3rd string in ORLANDO of all places why the hell would he want that job here? I dunno if he is even an upgrade over Sherron at this point
First off, the Bobcats are already at 15 guys on the roster which means it's full. Unless we waive someone, we can't add anyone. Williams would be marginally better than Collins but wouldn't he have to be paid much more because of the vet-min? And all for a third-string pg? D.J. and Livingston are a pretty good starter-backup combo, no need to change that. However, I don't even know if the Bobcats would waive Sherron even for a big. They'd have to be VERY confident in Livingston's health.
I actually like the idea of picking him up, precisely because of Livingston's questionable knee. I've not been overly impressed with Collins, and if Shaun's knee swells up one day and he has to miss 3 or 4 games in the thick of the playoff race, do we really feel comfortable with Collins getting those back up minutes? I know I don't. I would feel comfortable plugging a 12-year vet who's played in big games in there though. It also wouldn't hurt to have another shooter on the roster. Provided we haven't already guaranteed Collins' deal for this year, I'd happily waive Collins and sign J-Will.
Nope... we cant afford him...
......Go Bobcats!!!!! (Hornets) ..
Demon...Collins (and I could not believe it at the time) is guaranteed so we'd have to buy him out or do a 2/1 trade with another team to free a spot...