- We're stuck with Hedo for at least another 2 years.
- We're stuck with Triano until at least Mitchell's contract comes off the books. Realistically though, we're stuck with him forever because he's the local boy and MLSEs little pet.
- Our second option is an emotionless, heartless waste of potential.
- Our coaching staff overall is atrocious, clueless and simply oblivious.
- Our PG off the bench makes 8 million a year and nobody would ever take him on as a starter because he's not starter material at all.
I've been asking myself these past few days why would Bosh want to stay? This team has nothing going for it for the next 2-4 years. The only light at the end of the tunnel is DeMar, but he's at least 3 years away from being an impact player. Does Bosh want to waste more of his life playing the waiting game, hoping that this team will make a turn towards competence?
The worst part about all this is that Colangelo seems to be shuffling up the team every year hoping for something that works. It's like he totally lacks any long-term vision when it comes to building this team. The signing of Hedo seems to have been motivated by desperation and ego, not logic. The only good thing that came out of that is that we acquired some very useful pieces along with him.
So I ask: where is this team heading down the line? We've got 19 games left in the season. A quick first round exit all but guaranteed. And we're stuck with this same squad for a few more years. Where's the incentive for Bosh to stay when he's got teams out there better suited for him? Who NEED him to be successful teams, not for a month, but for a whole season and especially in the playoffs.
Unless Colangelo has some miracle planned for the off-season I don't see CB sticking around waiting any longer for this organization to get it right. I don't see why the man would waste his prime years on a big what if.
Maybe I'm being overly cynical. But I've been burned by MLSE's teams too often in the past to hold out blind hope that "next year will be better"