stormi wrote:76ciology wrote:Spoiler:stormi wrote:So who loses minutes once Jaylen Brown is introduced?
Niang has to be a locked on starter. Let Tobias run the bench.
Maxey has to start. I feel like Milton at his big age of 25 years old still plays too unsure/scared. Kork would be better alongside a playmaker, Danny Green too. They're suffering at the moment on this depleted roster having to shoot a tonne of OTD 3's.
Shake, or more preferably an upgrade, and one of Thybulle or Green should complete the 10 man rotation.
Reed might be a necessity also though. I think he's our most talented jumbo wing / forward defender. Even though his offensive game is still a wip.
I’d like to have Jaylen play some point with the starting 5, we’d just run Seth off ball actions, some 2 man game and a lot dumping it to Biid anyway. Same stuff we run with Ben that we’re good at for years already. Just so we’ll have stability to start the game.
We start with this 5:
Jaylen/Korkmaz or Thybulle
We’d then have a very potent 5 man unit.
Then down the stretch, insert Maxey and/or Milton in the place of Seth and/or Green, depending on the situation
I think I'd be willing to consolidate Green's $10 M alongside Shake's money and Springer as a throw in to get another quality guard making ~15M afterwards as the final championship acquisition piece.
A Dinwiddie/Dejounte/White type.
I'd love FVV, but I'm not sure we can bring back a salary of up to $19M without having to send Korkmaz in return, and that'd just be too much shooting being expelled alongside Danny.
Simmons <-> Brown
Green + Milton + Springer + First(s) <-> Dejounte Murray (alternative Jrue Holiday Bucks package)
I’d rather use that package for a guy like Jerami Grant. Because as we have watched, we need a guy like Paul Reed who can defend Giannis.
If we can neutralize the Bucks, its finals for a looooooong time.
*I’d rather have Green and Milton than Dejounte.