NebWolvesFan wrote:Among the big 3, I would draft any one of them and wouldn't worry about the current roster.
I agree with this. Any 1 of the 3 fits, and we really shouldn't even say "he doesn't fit" or "we've already got xxx" or "we've got too many guards".
Cunningham - Can play the 1-3 (and small ball 4) and certainly play next to DLo and Ant. Think of the weaponry! And who cares if player X is "stealing touches or shots" from player Y. If player X is good and player Y whines and can't adapt then it's the coaching staff's job to bring player Y on board.
Mobley - Can "probably" play next to KAT although I think he's more of a center. I do worry that he's primarily a center and also worry about his lack of physicality and aggression. But the upside is enough to say "who cares" if we have KAT, he could be THAT damn good...
Suggs - If you like DLo off the ball, which this coaching staff obviously does, Suggs is literally the perfect PG for this squad.
Right now, in order of preference, I go Cunningham, Suggs, then Mobley. I get my physical front-court player in free agency by:
-Trading an asset this summer to free up some $$
-Offer Daniel Theis the mid-level after we'll have money to afford it.
Theis doesn't even make the mid-level right now so he would probably take it and would be perfect as a physical enforcer who can play the 4 or the 5. And plus, he sets screens so well some consider it illegal!https://sports.yahoo.com/daniel-theis-signature-move-become-061000570.html
He could create even MORE space for Ant or DLo in the pick and roll. Plus he rebounds, defends, and has a physical presence...