tough enough? tougher than crawford yes! and thats all we need, a stronger more mature Shooting Guard and thats what we have.
his back was a problem but Isiah made sure insurance covered his back and had tests done before he accepted the trade. Thats what made it take 2+ weeks to go through.
not sure if you remember the old Quentin Richardson? the one who played in LA for the Clippers. the "Q-Rich" you are familiar with now is the D'Antoni formed Richardson. the run and gun poor shot selection settle for a 3 or jumpshot Richardson...
the real Richardson is the one from LA. the one who posted up like nobodies business. the one who passed or dribble to create the best shot available. and in the press conference, when acquired, he said the plus side of coming to the knicks is the ability to play his type of game his ORIGINAL style..
with Quentin I see nothing but a plus side. a young, athletic, 6'6 shooting guard, with incredible dunking, posting up and shooting skills..