That is the point I am making.
Alot of fans and members of so many different forums had so many excuses
for not watching so many Knick Games last season, where they had to result
in reading the Knicks stats after the game, asking questions about the game
the next day in the forum, are the same members/fans that was quick to
respond to this Gallo vs Chandler thread and vote Gallo over Chandler.
Gallo first full season in the NBA was the season these same fans watch less
Knick Basketball than the previous seasons.
Its not hard to figure out
All Chandler needs is to not worry about being lifted off of the roster like so many of his former team mates were, that alone can take away your desire. Gallo never had that feeling of being traded because Zeke didn't bring him here, plus he's the coach's pet. Wilson played hurt last year and still excell in many areas on the court...where as Gallo was stuck on the arch chucking up jumpshots. IMHO, if these two went one on one I'm sure Wilson will come out on top. But, since coach is trying to make a player out of Gallo and look out for his fam and an obvious fan base... Wilson will most likely get slighted...but, that's nothing new in this world. Wilson is way more versatile, and that weak Mix with Gallo clearly shows his weaknesses and how hard it was for the person to put together a highlite reel for the guy. Man, that must have been very time consuming, lol. nice try thou...
Randolph is 100 times better on defense, blocking shots, has more athleticism, ball handling skills, higher vertical, i think he is an inch taller with a biger wingspan....the only thing Randolph needs is minutes and a jump shot.
Randolph could easily be the better all around all star.
Gallo could be the better offensive threat/ go-to-guy
Really it is Dirk(gallo) vs skinney Lebron with no shot or passing game(Randolph)
And pls don't put that Nellie cast-off in the same sentence as Lebron.
Yes Dirk and Gallo are comparable. One can see the similarities in their games respectively-- but AR to Lebron... common, pls.
To me, AR has not shown in any way thus far in his career that he can be anywhere close to the level of the guy you're comparing him to.
Gallo to Dirk comparison is wrong he is more like Peja
Gallo is actually most like Rashard Lewis, IMO, if we are going to pick just one player of recent times.
Rashard w better 3pt snipe ability and all around shooting (expect higher FG/3pt %'s) ; but less immediately competent in driving and slashing (though it's still a big part of Gallo's game and ability, and should be at least equally effective as Lewis' as Gallo develops.)
The Dirk comparison is interesting, too, but right now I think Rashard is most apt. And if he can fill into that with the additional talents and ability he has we should all be ecstatic.
gallo is more comparable to dirk imo....i see randolph compared to a young KG the kid.
Were Gallo could average like 23 ppg, with 6 rb, 1 block.....Randolph would have amazing numbers in most categories...like James. Gallo would be more consistent in one category, scoring.
Ronoranina, I am not saying Randolph is Lebron James, I am saying on TV watching him...he can act and/or play like James did in his early years when he had no jump shot in the way he can dominate both offensively driving to the hoop and soaring over people and then sprinting back and blocking the crap out of people...like James does consistently. Minus the amazing court vision and strength james has.
We can all conclude that Gallinari falls into the same category as Michael Sweetney, Channing Frye, and Jordan Hill when it comes to the Knicks drafting players.What a waste of talent this guy has been so far!