Bosh is probably a little too old for our plans
does anyone have a view on where we spend our cap space in '14? i was looking at the FA list and it's loaded. i know someone mentioned KLove, which would be awesome. oddly, i find myself wondering if Bosh might be in play.
If Charlotte winds up a guy who looks like a franchise small forward, I wouldn't mind trading MKG for a big and throwing money Lance Stephensons' way, assuming he's still acting sane. The guy looks like he's got a shot to be Tony Allen with better offense. Other than that, I wouldn't be surprised if Cho throws a max or near-max contract in the direction of Greg Monroe and dares Detroit to match. Than again, Monroe should have his pick of a couple teams to sign that offer with.
I would definitively like to add Robinson to the roster if it's so easy to get him...
Last edited by BPfromfrance; 04-29-2013 at 07:51 AM.
Wait.. did someone just say give up two 2014 (the Christmas draft) picks for Thomas Robinson? Asinine.. T. Rob ain't looking worth a 2nd round pick, honestly..
" It's rare i listen to people who never been in my position, a caterpillar can't relate to what an eagle envisions"
1) I was just mentionning TRob as a potential target as the rockets are not using him and I did not say it's was mandatory to do his.
2)TRob ain't loking worth a 2nd rnd pick is really a bad statement, in his rookie year he's rebounding as well as Anthony Davis in per40minadj. He's WAY better rebounder than a lot of player including Josh Smith, Paul Millsap or Derrick Williams accroding to this metrics. And rebounding abilities ALWAYS translate well from college stats or limited playing time stats. He has got a big body and just has been in a bad situation to showcase himself in SAC & HOU
Again, if he's not worth a 2nd pick as u say, than let's offer a 2nd rnd pick and get him
Last edited by BPfromfrance; 04-29-2013 at 09:53 AM.
If you don't just look at the per game stats, Robinson has produced when he's been given playing time and was put into one of the worst possible situations a rookie could be to start his career. I've got him as one of the prime candidates to make a big "leap" his sophomore year, although that leap will just be the result of a training camp with a functional team and steady playing time. If Houston signs Josh Smith, as has been rumored, one of Robinson or Donatas may be available at a discount.