Personally if Granger is healthy it would be hard to leave him out. If George can continue to be an all star regardless of which position he starts, then having Granger starting would give them am edge in their starting unit. But if Granger comes off the bench, then their rotation just gained a huge upgrade from last season. Not sure if Granger would want a bench role, but whichever route they go it is a great position to be in.
Danny Granger I'm sure will somehow end up on the Knicks or Lakers
This doesn't really have much to do with us, but is a very interesting watch none the less. It also makes several comparisons between Jennings and Sessions which point to Sessions being statistically better in many facets if the game.
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Let the CHOsen one get to work!
Where it gets interesting is they signed vet FA Luke Ridnour, who when healthy is a lot more efficient PG, traded for Nate Wolters in the draft, again a much more efficient PG, and still have Ish Smith, a lightning quick up-tempo PG they got as a throw-in from a trade last year with Orlando. That's 4 PGs; they seem to want to move Jennings, but may not be successul.
So, Jennings is too pricey to just cut, they just signed Ridnour so he's not likely goin' anywhere, and they traded UP to get Wolters, who they viewed as a late 1st round talent and really like his game. That leaves Ish Smith as the odd man out, who IMO would make a fine 3rd PG in Charlotte...