Ya, I know that.
But, I imagine that would be what he wants if Houston doesn't want him.
I was just arguing your reasons of him not being a good signing.
I guess something got misinterpreted.
38 year olds should be past the point of beefing with coaches or in this case they should give a sh!t and step forward to be a leader - especially when looking at a candidate for a rebuilding team such as Toronto.
His injury history is brutal regardless of his age.
Taking Gray makes more sense if he gives you better production and is cheaper. The declining role is a good point though.
Just to make it clear AK47 is one year older than Gerald Wallace and has way more playoffs experience. Is to contributing to winning unlike GW. AK47 shoots the ball better(a need like DC BC said) than GW
Also it's the first time that Andrei has been actually healthy in the last couple years.
A definite "HELL YES" to Mayo. He's everything we're hoping DeRozan one day turns into.
And if it's a choice between Wallace or Kirilenko, I'd go with Kirilenko. He provides almost as much value, but at a noticeably cheaper price (I assume).
What about Courtney Lee? he's no mayo or batum, but a capable wing (starter or bench) with good IQ and all around ability (and a finals run under his belt)
Yeah I'd sign Lee to shore up the bench
And I also think Kleiza's defense is underrated.
a healthy Jeff Green is the answer with Wilson Chandler as the 6th man spelling off both Green and DeRozan.
I think Jeff Green is obtainable. I think Chandler was signed by Denver solely because other teams want him and they know he could be a valuable trade chip especially at 6.5 million
Wilson Chandler I think will be available too (for the right price).. however he had a big hip injury and I hope he can recover from that.
I'd stay away from Green at all costs. I'd feel more comfortable signing Stephen Hawking as our SF.
I think we could have Green at below market value. His heart condition if it is the result of a defect is actually an arterial birth defect. If corrected properly he has a long life left in the league with no drop off. IF it is the result of an underlying condition, which is even more RARE than the birth defect itself, then yeah it could be a problem. There are only two causes of his condition though, and I never heard which one that was from any articles I read. So THAT is the question mark on him. If its the defect I sign him at below market value and laugh all the way deep into the playoffs
Do we know for a fact he doesn't have that? He played 4 most of his career thus far
Yeah, I think he can dribble drive:
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