You are overly simplifying things to try to make your point, but you're failing to look at the reality of the situation. Again, if you don't think he's good, that's fine. Saying he isn't any good because the Pacers didn't re-sign him, is just flat-out wrong.
One more time: If McRoberts wants to fill out the roster at a minimum or near-minimum deal, then fine. If somebody's going to throw rotation money at him Charlotte can just find another journeyman.
Last edited by Bogg; 03-14-2013 at 01:09 PM.
i like mcroberts . he rebounds , run the floor , catches alleys, and has some point-forward skills . major upgrade over mully
I don't hate Mullens, but if Dunlap is going to play McRoberts over Mully because of better ball movement then i don't see the point in re-signing Mully. There's no point in giving him 5 or 6 million dollars a year(i'm guessing) so that he can sit on the bench while a guy making 400k is getting his minutes. Not to mention we will probably add another free agent as well.
I do think whoever was talking about giving McRoberts a 3 yr/9mil deal is way off though. You don't give a journeyman a 600% raise after a 23 game sample size. Especially when he's not exactly in high demand around the league. Overpaying for guys that no other team is really after is more of a Panthers move. I would hope Cho is smarter than Hurney was.
I stand corrected. I didn't realize he was making that this year. I still don't think he'll get offered much more than the minimum on the open market though. I wouldn't start the conversation at 3 million with his agent. I think we could get him for probably 1.5mil at the most.
I'm really liking what McRoberts brings, I wouldn't be opposed to a 3 year, 6 million dollar deal.
In fact, Byron's QO for next season is $3.3M and I would much rather give that $ to Josh on a 1 year deal. If the deal is longer, the avg per year has to be lower.
To think we have flipped Matt Carroll into our starting PF, that's a good job by Higgins and Cho
Last edited by JGib23; 03-15-2013 at 09:21 PM.