Dan Gadzuric would be a great back up Center, he does everything Curry doesn't do. Curry/Gardcuriz = All star center.
Hey pendejo, no one expected us to win. Who expected to ever win under Isiah? Our ideas have to do with CAP SPACE, DRAFT PICKS, and players who STYLES help the chemisty instead of ONE DEMENTIONAL non defensive players.
Exactly, Isiah has no direction. He doesn't know what players he want on this roster. I just feel he has a big love for Chicago players (Crawford, Curry, Walker, Q-Rich, etc and etc), or something. I don't see Isiah's direction at all, who ever does must be blind, cause we're obviously not heading to sucess in the future. We don't have a winning formula or the players right now for us to be competitive in the playoffs.
We need a new owner, a new GM, and a new coach. Enough is enough really, I want an owner who cares about this team and a GM with a direction. If thats too "radical" for you, go root for the Bobcats or Grizzlies or some small town team. This is New York, we settle for the best.
hometheaterguy, along with Camby, Artest, Mutumbo, Richardson, Marbury, Marcus Williams, David Lee and Arroyo, Bell is one of the my favorite players in the NBA. I would love to have him. Too bad Phoneix is a smart franchise with a smart front office. They would never give Bell up. They have direction. Bell is in Phoneix to hit those 3's and guard guys like Kobe. I wish we had somebody like that.
Josh Smith/Joe Johnson are suppose to be the two franchise guys for Alanta, especially with Smith, he's a local guy who brings the crowd to the game with his shot blocking, dunks and hustle.
Like I said in the beginning of my post, we must do the follow.
Trade for draft picks.
Trade for expiring contracts
Trading for players with the same contract yrs, but an additional draft pick.
We must NOT do the follow
Trade away expiring contracts
Trade for one dementional players
Trade away draft picks
Trade for longer contracts
Trade for washed up turnover prone players.
I wish Isiah kept it simple, he's trying too hard, and its hurting us.