Originally Posted by LyRrAd_Nation
I';d take Okafor. Josh Smith playing against the PF's of the West? He'd get destroyed.
Smith can play 3, but that would leave Al Thornton at 4. So yeah, this would make them small as hell. Keep in mind the crop of elite PF's in the West is shrinking somewhat though.
Smith is a better player than Okafor though. I'm not sure what you mean when you say Smith's play results in stats but not production Tuggle. Stats across the board are a great indicator of production. How can you not appreciate a guy who contributes to multiple different aspects of the game?
Points + Rebounds + Blocks + High FG% don't equal production from the power forward spot? I'd say you could argue the exact opposite, that Smith's production is greater than those who excel at only one aspect of the game.