Chanel Bomber wrote:I wouldn’t mind signing and slightly overpaying for role players who play the right way on both sides of the floor if we strike out in free agency (with the big name free agents). I’m against trading our picks and young players but I believe surrounding them with the right players and putting them in a position to compete every night will help their development, especially now with the flattened lottery odds. I personally don’t believe in Frank and Knox, but DSJ, Mitch and this year’s top 3 pick at the very least need to be put in a position to succeed with the right veteran players around them.
Also, trading down would be a major mistake in my opinion, unless Mills and Perry really believe the BEST player available is projected to be drafted lower in the lottery. But we can’t hedge our bets simply because we don’t trust our ability to pick the right player.
most people don't get this ^^^^^
they think you should just pay any decent player max contracts, and wins will come. i'm pretty sure we've learned that that **** doesn't happen.
not every position needs to have a superstar at it, and you actually need role players. look at philly. there's no reason they shouldn't have made it to the finals. they had so much firepower, in their starters. and had the wrong players not playing to their strengths.
some are so dumb, i don't get it.