Originally Posted by Admiral
I don't think a lot of people realize here that bayless is getting a lot of minutes to prove himself not because they want to see if he can be the starting PG, but rather if he's going to be a good enough consistent backup PG. There's no way we hand the team over to a player of Bayless' calibre, that would be a disaster. We're looking for all-star calibre players at PG, not Bayless level.
Why do we need an all star at PG when most championship teams don't have an all star at PG?
We can't put together a team of all stars, and I'd rather have an all star on the wing and an all star in the front court.
Besides, the only all star PG we have an outside chance at signing is Steve Nash, who most likely won't be playing when DD, JV, Ed are in their primes, and there doesn't appear to be too many all star PGs in the draft.