Originally Posted by LX
He has played a big part in the wins. That means there are around 20 coaches that were probably pretty impressed. If this team won 50 games, and he could keep his body together, he would get very high consideration. Mediocre is a laughable description. Amir does nothing mediocre. And that is part of his problem. He goes so all out that he ends up in tatters for good stretches. With Patterson and Hayes in tow he can pace himself a bit more. Watch out a year from now mr positivity.
I love Amir but he's no all-star, let's get real.......not even close.