sco wrote: TeamMan wrote:
IMO - nope, but hope springs eternal.
The comparisons are a stretch, but the one point I can find comfort on was
1st off, normally articles that end with a question mark are just fluff.
The question mark serves as a disclaimer.
And after reading it, I'd say that's exactly what it is, fluff.
There's no new information given in the article, and I think that the previous threads that talked Coby are better.
sure, but what new news were you hoping for? Fun to debate the ambiguity.
Let's throw the hat into the ring.
IMO for Coby to become an All Star he must have the right players around him who play the right roles. IMO he has the talent. So, this is what I propose (again):Coby
- Of course, must start and be the primary ball handlerZach
- Must be able to accept that Coby will have the ball in his hand most of the timeWCJ (PF
) - Will be the enforcer and primary defensive rebounder, needs to bring back his 3P shot from collegeGafford (C)
- Rim protector, low-post scorer, and closer on the fast break (WCJ stays back as primary transition defender)SF
- 3&D role player. OPJ showed flashes of filling this role in his 1st year with the Bulls. But maybe we can get someone else in the draft
Can these players accept their roles and let Coby be the All Star candidate?
If yes, then go for it.
If no, then make some trades until you get the right players that will help get Coby to the All Star level.