As long as he isn't Austin Daye skinny
PG: Isiah Thomas 84/85: 21.2 PPG 4.5 RPG 13.9 APG 2.3 SPG 1st team All-NBA
SG: Sidney Moncrief 82/83: 22.5 PPG 5.8 RPG 3.9 APG 1.5 SPG 1st team All-NBA Defensive Player of the Year
SF: Dominique Wilkins 85/86: 30.3 PPG 7.8 RPG 2.6 APG 1.8 SPG 1st team All-NBA NBA Scoring Champion
PF: Tim Duncan 02/03: 23.3 PPG 12.9 RPG 3.9 APG 2.9 BPG 1st team All-NBA 1st team All-Defence
C: Dave Cowens 74/75: 20.5 PPG 16.2 RPG 4.1 APG NBA MVP 2nd team All-Defence
Super skinny, super long, shoots threes, he got that Manute Bol swag :-D
Say Bruno shows a lot of promise a la Greek Freak, would you trade him + maybe Bebe for a Al Horford type PF?
Note that there is also some salary planning to do here. To be able to afford to pay your established stars you need some cheap rookie contracts as well. Trade away all your rookies, and you have a narrow window to win before sucking for years. A little longevity is more attractive (see Spurs, San Antonio).
Now why would an entrenched/mature team gunning for multiple playoff round victories if not a championship trade their all-star (Griffin, Aldridge etc) PFs for a promising 19 yr. old? And we are not even talking a Wiggins here either. Would that do anything for their current playoff aspirations? Actually would Love have been traded (or want to be) if Minn. was capable of reaching the NBA finals?
I get confused sometimes.
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