Agreed Bogg....i see Biz as our backup big man who can come off the bench and give us some really good minutes...like u said i dont see him as the scoring version of Ibaka..honestly i hate the comparison to Ibaka..it seems like every1 wants to compare the 2...in my opinion the only things they have in common are the fact that they are both big men and both from Africa
It's the athleticism and shot-blocking that drives the comparisons. Ibaka isn't a great post defender or rebounder, so it's not like we're talking about another Dwight Howard with him. However, like we've both said, Serge's jumper is going to make them very different players over the course of their respective careers.
Originally Posted by Stylesg1234
I also agree that we have alot of guys who have the potential to be really good role players ( some of them starters ) but we really need that star...we dont need a Lebron James or Kobe or anything but like u said we do need a guy who is a consistent all star who puts up 20+ points a game and who is a guy that other teams game plan around..I will say that Kemba is proving this year that he has the potential and heart to be an elite PG...its only his 2nd year in the league and he has made huge strides...I really think that if he continues to improve that Kemba can be a star for this team...now dont get me wrong even with him possibly developing into a star we are still going to need a big time player to go with him...in my opinion we need that star to be a big man...a guy who can give us 20 and 10 on a consistent basis...with that said i really think we have some really nice pieces on this team , a PG who can become 1 of the better ones in the league in Kemba , a garbage guy who can fill up the stat sheet in MKG as well as some really solid role players ala Biz / Taylor / Henderson ( who also can possibly be a 20 pt a game guy / Mullens ..ect...if we can add a stud big man ( i really want Milsap bad ) and a few pieces here and there that we can be a contender very soon
Kemba needs to become a better distributor if he's ever going to become an elite point guard. Too many of his assists are a result of just dominating the ball and not actually running an offense to the benefit of his teammates. He's got the ability to be a really good scoring point guard, but right now his trajectory is looking something like the next Jason Terry or a poor man's Allen Iverson.