Originally Posted by 'trane
but any team that loses its best player better have a good backup if they don't want to lose games.
this is such a ridiculous thread: we should have known that our starter would get a bone bruise in the first few games, so all the people who said it might be a good idea to try to get a good wing out of jose's talent and his expiring contract are fools now that we had an unpredictable injury and are getting good use out of a previously somewhat redundant guy. come off it. that's nonsense.
Of course it is. On a team with no stars and few NBA-quality players, none of whom is capable of manufacturing offense out of isos, the importance of having quality backup point guard is vastly overstated. True dat.