Originally Posted by iSaYughh
I am convinced that it is a truly perverse faith in Duhon that we did not:

-- trade Chandler, etc. to get Rubio, et. al.

-- draft Jennings, or draft Lawson

-- acquire Sessions, or the other small handful of young but competent, playmaking PG's available

-- and, finally, not getting Iverson (though this is somewhat moot since we are a joke for the above major reasons)

We needed a PG. D'Ant needs a PG. This draft and offseason was rich with a diverse blend of PGs. We have a logjam of young forwards and our #1 FA prizes are varieties of forwards, with no PG in sight, to boot.

We willfully do everything in our power to do all *BUT* get a PG by draft or acquisition, in the ways aforementioned and many more that exist, as well.

We watch Duhon deterioriate just as so many fans watched him do so last year and saw the kind of player he is. And yet, our org does so much to *not* get a PG we see the *true* faith that they have invested in Duhon and now miserably stick with.

Why? Because the massive, franchise-altering error in judgment is all they are now left to cling to. And simply pray.
Look we should have gotten Jennings or Lawson or whoever but the fact was that we had no big men and the most likely scenario is that Lee won't be back next year and Hill will be getting a lot more minutes.

Hill will get his minutes, wether it is this year or not, he will get big minutes soon because we don't plan on keeping Jeffries or Curry who are the reasons why Hill is not playing.

Donnie and Mike D know that they will need a PG after this season.

Expect us to get a PG in the free agency to go with our future all star whoever that may be.

2010:
Get an all star who can be a leader
Get a shotblocking center that should be a starter
Get a PG who is better than Chris Duhon.