I would prefer to keep Sessions. Our backup PG/SG is averaging 15 points per game and 4 assist. Rocking a PER of damn near 20/5. I won't speak for him and say he is happy in that role, but he sure isn't complaining.
He's 26 years old, on a really really good contract and he is happy (and more importantly really good at) his role. I think he brings a confidence to the team, gets along well with a rookie coach and has roots in the area.
Obviously if you get some crazy haul from another team he isn't untouchable... but I think he has more value here than he could realistically bring in. Plus I just think he seems to like it here, and I hate rushing people out who embrace us.
Last edited by Mustachio; 02-20-2013 at 10:55 AM.
According to reports the Celtics are making Fab Melo available in search for guard help. Not sure how we would make a trade with them work, but if we were able to acquire Melo and a pick from them that would be awesome.
"Sam Vincent? To be honest with you, I don't know what his concept was." - Gerald Wallace
On the other hand, I think what's going on with Henderson is a cold splash of reality as far as what Cho has to work with on this roster. Apparently, Henderson can't even draw a late first round draft pick from a contender or fringe contender which is pretty horrific considering he was probably the best player on the team last season.
Yeah I don't want to trade Sessions unless we get a screaming good deal
The entire league is waiting to see what happens to Josh Smith before they make any move..
AtL keeps dangling him but won't play ball with anyone. They aren't willing to pay him a max-contract, but are acting like they are trading a max-contract player away. You can't have your cake and eat it too. No one will give you a landslide of talent for a player, in all likely-hood, leave them in a year for Brooklyn or whoever..
I hope AtL is stuck with him and lose him in FA for nuthin next year.
Last edited by adam187; 02-20-2013 at 03:47 PM.