Originally Posted by LX
I'd say the only one that is what he is would be Bargnani. The improvement of Amir and Ed, both young and inexperienced to this point, was quite obvious lat season. They are similar in that they are both ballers on both ends, and I would say it's a terrible mistake to think there can be too many guys that can just play basketball. Stretching the floor is hardly a pre-requisite for bigs. Defending is. So who really needs to get traded from a team with the worst defense for two years running?
But it looks like Bargnani
is not going anywhere. Colangelo wants to bury him as a 3rd option on an improved team. I don't mean bury him on the bench. I mean I think he's going to be the "unique skillset" guy.