Not really, the comment shows I don't need to be serious all time. You get mad when I don't be serious, in response to your sarcasm? Ayy bendito.
You've failed to explain why Eddy Chubby's a top 50 player again. Is this the 3rd time in a row? Could you possibly go for 4? Is that even possible?
Size? Come on brother; I guess Peter John Ramos should be ranked up top 50 too. That guy is huge, 7"3 and 290.
Ability? Is this the only word that came to mind? I could honestly give much better reasons than you're giving me right now. I actually feel like debating myself with how soft you're going here, especially with words like "ability". Size and ability aren't even the main reasons why Chubby has value.
You never clarified anything in your post, no head to comparisons, didn't even mention basic things like Eddy Chubbys strengths.
Curry wasn't even invited to team USA camp. Why? FIBA is fast paced and fundamental. The half court is smaller in size compared to the NBA, so big men have lesser space. This is why a lot of good passing big men look good in FIBA, because they know how to move the ball and still create plays in and out. Curry doesn't have this ability. Having a big man who knows how to pass is great for the offense, instead of having a guy who doesn't move the ball and turns it over at a high rate, making the defense easy for other teams. Tyson Chandler made it over Eddy, so where this value of Curry you speak of? BTW, I would take Chandler over Curry in a heartbeat. Size, rebounding, shot blocking, interior defense, and 7"1 PF/C hybrid. Randolph/Chandler would be the ultimate duo, both compliment each other greatly, don't you agree? Curry didn't even make the all star team in an East Conference inferior in big men compared to the Western Conference.
Like I said, you'll never find an answer to why the Eddy Chubby of today is a top 50 NBA player. PLAYER, not post scorer or turnover machine or plays defense with a pillow, I'm talking about PLAYER, overall compared to the rest of the competition in the NBA.
Chubby isn't even the best player on the KNICKS.
Dwight Howard is 6"11 275 lbs, and is the most diesel dude in the NBA.
Chubbyis 6"11 280, and is chubby. So no, Chubby doesn't make Dwight look like a lightweight, Dwight is the guy usually making other guys look like lightweights.
Oden isn't one dimensional like Chubby and was hyped since high school; plus Portland needed a center. Plus he had an amazing freshman year even playing with an injury, dude deserve the number one pick for sure. He got injured, so? His weakness obviously is conditioning, and he needs to improve on it.
Chubby inability to pass the ball wasn't a problem last year? How many times we saw him force plays, turnovers, fouls and miss the open man that limited our offense?
There were 2-3 people guarding Curry at times, did you watch the Knicks last season? There were always 2-3 guys OPEN every time Chubby had the ball. Chubby constantly ignore them, and try finish the play as an individual. I got so use it, when Chubby finally did pass I jumped out of my couch and celebrated. Chubby guy didn't even average 1 assist last season, and had the worst assist to turnover ratio in the NBA.
The point guard suppose to touch the ball every play...no really??? Its funny how you talk about "team" ball, but only mention like 3 players names.
The guys who played team ball last season
Guys who didn't
Team ball meaning, playing defense at the best of their ability, sharing and creating shot opportunities and turnovers, and just being play makers on both sides of the ball, consistently.
Individual play = one on one play, high rate of turnovers, more negative than positive, very little effort or efficiency on defense.
You said Chubby should get the ball 90% of the time; meaning he should dominate the ball most of the time. First of all, Chubby isn't that good to be dominating the ball 90% of the time. He isn't Shaq, KG, Duncan, or even Randolph. When you come with Curry as your main weapon, compare to the other main weapons in the NBA...you're coming in pretty weak.
I actually like Isiah more than a coach than a GM. He's a player's coach, but the team he put together has too many holes and he majority of his trades have failed our franchise.