If we're judging just on how good a player is, then it's Ben Gordon. Obviously if we take upside, contract, and youth it's obviously biz.
i would say Gordon with Biyombo just behind
Ben Gordon can't defend the basket at all. He doesn't even know the meaning of help defense. I am not trying to dog him but Smack makes other people better on the defensive end of the court. That is a trait that is often overlooked.
Offensively, clearly Gordon is better but as far as overall impact to the game, I clearly give the nod to Smack.
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I'm fine with my 1st 3 votes but if the criteria is impact/value on the team then I want to switch this one to Biz.
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best overall player is probably Biyombo but because of Gordon's experienced i would put him just ahead
Last edited by TheBeagle; 09-13-2012 at 07:59 PM. Reason: elaboration on voting process
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Gotta be Ben.
As Chef said, if we're talking potential, Biz would be no.1 on this list hands down (only one who would even come close would be MKG).
Instead we're talking best player at this point in time.
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I think Gordon can be a very useful impact player for us this season, epsecially from the 3 point range !