the_process wrote:If Kawhi has soured on him, there's a chance PG13 is a buy low candidate this summer.
Even if that’s true there’s just going to be much better players available for Paul George. Like the cj mccollum deal everyone was talking about on here yesterday.
I just can’t see a deal for the sixers scraps being the best option to put Kawhi and the clips over the top.
So to clear this up, i'd much rather have the CJ deal happen over Paul George. George has regressed to role player level status at this point. He's just done being a superstar. It happens...10-11 years into the league. We've seen it in the past with super athletic players. Vince Carter was actually a superstar at one point, but it's been so long that people basically know him now as a bench player. Remember Glenn Rice in the 90s? Guy was a stud in Miami and then in Charlotte. Was traded to the Lakers and later on the Knicks and was able to fetch some value based off of his name, but he was done by the time he was 30.
Some sucker will pay for George if they want him and dealing with the Clippers is never a good idea. They have a razor sharp GM that can easily flip a mistake into a gain. I'd stay away from George too, but if it's an offer that we can't pass up...Like Al Horford and fringe players, then i'd take the chance. George can come here and shoot open threes. He'd be right at home with what he likes to do these days. I'd much rather have CJ though. Our offense will be awesome with him in the mix if we can somehow get him.