I see him being a solid starter in the league ( if he can stay healthy ) but I don't see Sean ever reaching the All-Star level in this league.
2nd year power foward S. May . How do you guys see his fucture as a Bobcat
1. Starter playing regular mins.
2. A sixth man per say coming in off the beanch long term
3. An All stat of the fucture.
4. Some one to trade while he still has some value due to all the injerys hes had so far.
i see him as a sixth man that comes off the bench and performs and sometimes stays in for crunch times situations...best comparison i can think of is antonio mcdyess for detroit.
as long as okafor is here, i see may being a bench player, however a very solid one. i really like how he has expanded his game since college with his jumper. we need him to stay healthy. however, may could be a starter after they realize primoz is a bench player. they could play a fast breaking style with felton (pg), wallace (sf), morrison/carroll (sg), may (pf) and okafor (c). that is good offensively but not sure if they are giving up much on the defensive end with undersized pf and c.
Okafor and May are undersized but play bigger than their heights.
Who the fuck is Dominic Mcguire
haha 123 did you seriously just put defensive liability and oakafor in the same sentence.
just kiddin... i love your suggestion of the run and gun offense. bring in the Suns assistant coach that seems to be a hot order right now... and lets see what we got.
either that or sean may will always be a great 6 man... if you can somehow grab a good center in the future.
This would be the year to do it with Oden, Thabeet, Hibbert, Aaron Gray and possibly Spencer Hawes ( I haven't seen him play though ) in this year's draft. All of which are legit centers. Not Power Forwards that are just faking it.Originally Posted by Mustachio
Stick May in Center and Okafor in Power Forward and rotate their positions each quarter. That will create big opportunities.
hitting the nail on the head once again is ScONesOriginally Posted by sc0Nes