Death Knight wrote:Handles and quickness is not an issue? Especially the quickness part...............................both ends of the floor, not just defense.DHK wrote:He's not a scrub though, that's an exaggeration. And if you are serious about that comment; he's already proven he's not one and at the very least a rotational player.
You said a rotational player. How is a $10mil rotational player not holding us back? Like I said, what money is left to give to real starters? No **** we need a franchise player. But that's not enough. we needs stars to go along with the franchise player. There are currently 0 stars on the team. Lowry is the cloest player to that and the coaching staff doesn't even trust him to give him the keys to the team!!!
No, I think there's a misunderstanding. or my poor grammar at work again. I've stated that he's no way a scrub because at worst; he's a rotational player. I believe he's more than that and a starter calibre player. In the end I see someone who will be overpaid by minimally given his contract. We don't have stars right now because our greatest assets on the team is a rookie (Val) who may or may not be a star at one point in his career. Lowry if he figures it out can also become a potential star. As much as it is a superstar league; we dont necessarily need multiple stars to get over to the top. Just one franchise player + great role players would be suffice and the great role players are all lined up. We don't have money to get substantial upg'rades but Demar is hardly the problem. The true problem lies in: KLeiza, Bargnani, Fields and Gray.