I didn't like Lamb at first but when he slipped down, I always hated how Bradley Beal got credit for playing with chuckers and having a nice three point shot... when Lamb was playing with Napier/Boatright knocking down a lot of three's and has arguably equal or better athleticsm.
In Cho we trust
would okc trade lamb for hendo?
Can I just ask why has everyone suddenly started wanting Lamb? He has done NOTHING since the draft... What can have changed your minds since then and now? There certainly wasn't as much love for him around draft time.
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I would love Klay Thompson. I actually wanted us to pick him at #9 back in 2011 as I felt his scoring punch was exactly what we needed at the time. If we could go back in time, I would take Kemba at #7 and Thompson at #9. I will now await the attacks from the Bizmaniacs.
I don't understand why people believe that Lamb is expendable. I believe he does fit into OKC's long term plan as he was one of the key pieces in the James Harden deal. I don't see him going anywhere anytime soon.
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