Fencer reregistered wrote:It occurs to me that we're probably teed up for a quiet offseason. The roster isn't really that thin any more.
The biggest need is to coach up the guys to play more cohesively, at both ends of the floor. Roster continuity is usually helpful to that.
well we do still have our 1st rd draft pick so.. draft or trade is still out there
Quiet =/= utterly stagnant.
But we have a full rotation with some backups. We have a few vets, one with championship experience. There's room for a couple of upgrades, developmental guys, or hybrids (by which I mean deep bench upgrades who might develop into something more).
What I don't expect is blowing up the roster, major roster overhauls, or change for change's sake. There will of course be discussion of low-likelihood-of-fruition big deals. But absent one of those coming through, I predict calmness.
Speaking of big deals -- I do think Jaylen is more tradeable than he was, since he's now recognized as a young all-star, who'd fit on almost any roster, and who is a high-character guy widely respected around the league. I.e., he'd properly be viewed as immensely valuable (and currently underpaid). Still, the chance of such a deal remains low.