I think a Drummond - Biyombo pairing works better than a Robinson - Biyombo pairing.
If Drummond isn't a bust.
I think i might prefer drummond over robinson.....that might sound crazy to some but idk
My only concern about Robinson is that it makes the Bobcats EXTREMELY small upfront.....that only works with the right system....
Drummond is either going to flop or be the next Andrew Bynum, all depend on how bad he wants it
If Robinson measures longer than expected, demonstates nice ball skills in workouts, and the Bobcats come to see him as an 18 point, 11 rebound, pick-and-roll PF....I don't care who's on our roster and who he fits with. You grab him 2-4.
His low shotblocking numbers would indicate to me that Robinson is not that long, however.....
Love the productive rebounding. Love the upper body strength. Love the 7-14 from 3pt range last year.
Perhaps we shouldn't be locked into the thinking that Biyombo HAS to be a longterm starter. He could also be a great third big to guard both positions at 30 minutes a night.
I'll be the first to admit, though, that I worry about how a newcomer will fit with Bismack. Heck, I've even started threads about it.
drummond would be a better fit with biz....drummond is a pretty good defender right now and for those people who want biz at the 4 we could move him at the 4 and drummond at the 5 hes got the prototypical nba body, off the charts athleticism....i too think robinson will measure out around 6 foot 7 to 6 foot 8 and a small frontcourt isnt what we need....im willing to gamble on drummond if beal and davis are off the board