so then he is a bust? He was predicted to be great, now he is not even good in comparison for a power forward... My point is Emeka turned down 13 million... wow, hes not worth 8 still, a constant double double isnt that hard to find, and when its so incosistent thats a problem, deny all you want.Originally Posted by Alex
There are games where mek goes out and drops 12 and gets 11 rebs, but the most important piece to look at is does he change the game. In my opinion, yes and no, he was our only post presence for a while, so thats a tough job, but he wasnt really making the difference that a 13mm player is. My whole point is, the organization should not pursue an overvalued emeka okafor, hes not that good and hes not close to that expensive.
Scoring wise emeka has been decent in december, the first games he had 21, 10, 10, 19, 14, 25, 16, 14, and then utahs 6. But his rebounding doesnt follow that. there are games when he grabbed 4... 4. hes averaging in december less then 10 rebounds per game. Guaranteed double double... no, however his best games of the season where he has 25 and 23 are reasons why we want him so much. But without and yes i will say it again, the consistency to help the bobcats, he may be hurting us in the long run. There my thoughts, hatem if you want, they have been forming over the whole season, spurred by the utah game. may we, peacefully disagree if we must