jakebernat wrote:what a stupid post. I wonder who voted “yes”
Most logically the OP. They at least thought it was debatable enough to warrant a poll.
bstein14 wrote:People are always going to have an attachment to the player they have rooted for. The truth is, Sekou has been pretty disappointing from what I've seen.
bstein14 wrote:I would argue that it was one of Dumars' largest mistakes, now cashing out on Darko when it was clear we were close to having enough to repeat as NBA champions. Dumars for sure could have gotten enough in return before the 2005 trade deadline to land us enough fire power off the bench to win again in 2005.
Snakebites wrote:The value probably isn't off, if we're being honest. I don't read much into what we've seen of him so far, but he certainly hasn't played his way into more value than he had at 15 last year, and he's at least as many years away as whoever gets drafted at 15 this year, so there isn't really a timeline issue there either.
The proposed move is pointless though, unless Sekou simply doesn't fit in with Weaver's vision- which is hard to see given our relative lack of young assets- what is there not to fit into?