Is this for bench toughness & nrg along side quincy?
For where we're at, I'd rather have passers than shooters in the backup PG spots. There's certainly some interesting elements there: his size, ability to finish, defensive skillset, etc. Then you look at his stats, see he averaged just 3.3 pts in the d-league (plus 3 assists and 3.8 rebounds), and you wonder why he's shown so little thus far.
Here's a good writeup I found from last September:
Good potential. I think he can flourish as our backup!
The Baltic Beast is unstoppable!
I think he's the three for JL3 replacement?
he probably wont do too much right away but he can guard a couple positions and i think this type of player represents the type of depth that we need right now. he is not a veteren who does not want to be here and he has some tools that might help us on the defensive big picture and "culture change"as well as in practice, man.
i wonder if we have intrest in an andre miller type as pg2, or if we will be focusing solely on younger players with (some) upside?
I think he is our backup PG and 3rd string SG
any word or rumors on telfair?
Alex Kennedy @AlexKennedyNBA
"Sebastian Telfair has received interest from the New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets, Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder, according to sources."
So Klow is playing 40 min per night ?
my bad eric koreen is saying that raps see stone as the primary back-up, i will read whats out there first next time im going to post
if he is the back-up and we get a player worse than him as the third stringer, what does that say about the quality of our squad next year?
Is he our tank general for the 2013-2014 season? If so, I salute you Stone!
I'm giving Messiah Ujiri the benefit of the doubt on every move he makes and will resume being critical sometime near the trade deadline.
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