winforlose wrote:Jedzz wrote:Klomp wrote:I would add to your add-on that one move should never define a tenure. Just like drafting Garnett didn't make McHale a great GM, drafting Culver doesn't make Rosas a bad one.
Ant is still a build breaking move until proven otherwise. He destroyed the team build and all these guards and points. That is a GM failure written in stone to me. We are currently stuck in a roster that has to change a lot again. He is right now tonight proving just like every game. He's an onball point Harden. Rosas dumped his prior plans for him. No way to suger coat that it sets the team back years even if he is as good as James Harden himself by year two. Need a team that can play together and having two point guards that are affable and will just go stand in the corner when Ant is playing with them isn't a winning solution. The team is just playing 4 on 5.
I can both sugar cost and dispute it. If Ant turns into Harden lite then he has a ton of trade value. I agree that Ant needs to develop, but don’t assume that he cannot be salvaged.
Please point out where I said he can't be salvaged. I said drafting him and playing him/starting him/ has destroyed the team build Rosas had been putting together. Many of them aren't the type of players that should be around someone like Ant when he's the focal point and spear.