Originally Posted by DocHoliday99
Sometimes this board becomes so enamored with youth and this 'need' to get younger all the time that maybe the team might already have the answer.
I don't necessarily need someone that much younger (mid-late 20's
)....but we've never done anything with him as our starting PG, he'll be 32 next season and his stock has never been higher. So as a rebuilding team should we not cash in on an aging player that will only decline in value? At the very least he will not get more valuable on the trade market. He's in a defensive system and sorry, but he still struggles at that end and he has flaws in his game and yes i have to bring it up, he's still injury prone despite being relatively healthy this season.