I would be ok with landry at the right price.He would be good depth.I'm certainly not opposed to playing our young guys either.But to my guy who was saying "we don't need him, mullens can do all that" i would say take mullens play with a grain of salt.Yes, he has looked much more aggressive in developing his game in summer league.But it's still summer league.Adam morrison dropped 23 last night for christ's sake! lol. We can still use a vet big.I just wouldn't overpay.
NO should just give us Landry after stealing the No 1 pick from us this year.
I wonder what we are giving up in exchange. I hope it is Carroll or Diop.
I won't be surprised if we end up trading hendo.
"What's the purpose of your baby curls?"- Reggie Williams
Looking at their roster, they need a shooter, Belinelli is a free agent and they really don't have anyone else you'd consider a consistent threat outside of Ryan Anderson. Or they could use another big, but we really don't have one to give. I'd venture to guess Reggie Williams, he's an expiring, and probably recovered from that knee injury by now.
I don't think trading Hendo is in the plans until we see how he's developed after this offseason. If at the deadline he isn't any better and Cho thinks he's not a future piece, then I can see him being moved to a contender for a pick, but not yet.
Also, as Teej said, both of you arguing is like watching a playground at school. Pathetic
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Let the CHOsen one get to work!
I really am getting nervous about this Landry situation. We've been rumored for just about all of the free agent PF's out there and have whiffed on everyone. Now a rumor about a S&T with NO to get Landry pops up. Yes we could use him, but between the salary and what we give up to get him, I'm real apprehensive. Reggie Williams is a spare part now with our glut of wing players, but that's as high of a ceiling that I would want to go talent-wise in what we're giving up. Personally, I'd rather roll the dice on Jordan Hill, and I'm willing to gamble that Hunter can be as good as DJ White for us this year while kicking the tires on Tyrus in Dunlap's system for a year. Low cost gambles for 2012 and then spend the money and/or assets at the deadline and 2013.