Originally Posted by Metallikid
Guys, you never move a capable player on a rebuilding team. Position redundancy is fine until you're actually competing for something. Ed stays, Kleiza stays, JJ stays. To be honest I think all three will be important parts of our rotation once we do become a playoff team. Bayless is the only one who has not quite proven himself as part of our future yet. And even though I think Amir is in the same category as the three players at the top, I could see him being traded sooner than Ed, his value is higher.
But you mention players to move in the same paragraph. I think if you find young upgrades, you make a move. And we are talking about 2 gentlemen in the final year of their contracts who have spent a year deliberately doing nothing to improve. I don't think they are going to want almost an entire team of average players if they can help it.