I can't really blame him.iverson101 said:
Assuming McRoberts leaves, yes, they'll be thin I guess. But when has K ever used big guys? If he wasn't so stuck in his ways, I wouldn't be surprised to him take a page from Jay Wright's book and start 4 guards and Henderson at the 5.iverson101 said:maybe Lance Thomas?
There's a good chance that Hibbert and Jeff Green are gone after next season (their junior seasons). He'd be competing with Vernon Macklin (who is a PF) and DaJuan Summers (who is also a PF). He'd also be at a program that has a history of developing NBA caliber centers.TM said:Georgetown - playing behind Hibbert and Macklin? That'd be the same situation that he was in at Duke. Even worse because he loses a year, plus if McRoberts leaves, he'd only have to go against Zoubek for the starting C position.
I think it's pretty obvious that he'd get better PT at Duke, but he probably wouldn't be any better than Casey Sanders, if he stayed at Duke. The Big Man coach is Wojo for goodness sake.TM said:that's what I'm... he'd still be playing backup. he'd have a better chance at Duke to get PT.
Carlos Boozer, Elton Brand and Shelden Williams (were all PF's) and top 10 players, even though Shelden wasn't allowed on the Mickey D team. I can't give Wojo credit for them.TM said:And the coach that turned out all those great big man isn't there any more.
As for the Wojo comment... I agree. Although the undersized (converted) C's haven't turned out too badly.