I highly doubt that, cause you have to remember college teams are nowhere near as good as they used to be. So the Cavs would win, most definatley.Originally posted by <b>JaK</b>!
Something has to be done... Geez... I think any Top 10 College team could take out Cleveland!
Originally posted by <b>Carlos</b>!
The Kings needed another big man off the bench and it looks like they got it.
I would agree that the Kings weak point is at SG, not at C. We really only have one true SG, and Christie is a defender...That doesn't mean Clark wasn't a nice acquistion though!Originally posted by <b>TheRifleman</b>!
Keon is a great addition, but they still need a real shooting guard, as Christie NEVER makes his opponents have to play both ends of the floor!! He doesn't take enough shots to make that opponent have to play even mediocre defense!
It is irritating as all get out to me to watch this guy. His defense is overrated because in the west he has ONE Great swingman to guard - ONE!
If the Kings went out and got a Redd, they've have somebody to make the opponent have to play some kind of adequate defense and the Kings would win more because of that. As it is, his guy can go off and double CWebb or Bibby because he sure doesn't have to waste defensive energy on guarding Christie.
Actually, I think Keon is more of a great acquisition instead of "nice", but I still would like for the Kings to get a "real" shooting guard. They call them "shooting guards" for a reason, but Christie hasn't connected that adjective to his job, as yet.Originally posted by <b>Wiggum</b>!
I would agree that the Kings weak point is at SG, not at C. We really only have one true SG, and Christie is a defender...That doesn't mean Clark wasn't a nice acquistion though!
Heh, no I guess not! He's got the "guard" part down... :laugh:Originally posted by <b>TheRifleman</b>!
I still would like for the Kings to get a "real" shooting guard. They call them "shooting guards" for a reason, but Christie hasn't connected that adjective to his job, as yet.
The Kings won't have cap space next summer. It is going to get worst because of the re-sign of Bibby. So I suppose they signed Clark for just one year because next year they are going to have too much salary commited.Originally posted by <b>Pure Scorer</b>!
i think clark signed the 1 year deal so that he can sign a new deal next year when the kings have more cap space.. the way i see it vlade will basically switch contracts wiht keon after this season....
I'm a Bulls fan first, and I can tell you that AJ isn't gonna do jack **** against Bibby. What he will do is be a Lindsey Hunter clone and hit the open 3's. He is probably even a better shooter than Hunter, but doesn't really penetrate.Originally posted by <b>jazzy1</b>!
Lakers have signed AJ GUYTON can he Help contain BIBBY, I don't think so but he's cheap and we'll throw him out there and see. But RUSH and Murray additions will bolster Laker scoring especially against the Kings.
It'll be interesting next year.
You act as if the Kings are not close to the Lakers. As far as I am concerned, this match-up is as even as possible. The Kings already have a great chance of beating the Lakers and Keon makes the bench deeper. His goal is not to contain Shaq, rather his blocking and rebounding adds much needed athleticism and gives another big body to the team. That way, Pollard can go back to guarding power forwards and be more effective there.Originally posted by <b>jazzy1</b>!
I AGREE WITH RIFLEMAN and WIGGUM about Christie, a REDD signing may get them over the top against the Lakers
What are you talking about? I gave my honest opinion on AJ Guyton. This isn't about the Kings and Lakers. Why bring it to the table again? AJ isn't strong enough to defend Bibby and fight through screens. Yes, he is a great shooter and that is where he will make his mark on the Lakers. No need for more blasts.....Originally posted by <b>jazzy1</b>!
Now KC I like how you say GUYTON won't do anything with Bibby then say he maybe better than Hunter with his shooting, that's all the Lakers need another shooter to spread the floor, and he'll help on Bibby,the Lakers don't need him to penetrate anyway Kobe does that for us, but please remeber the Lakers did win the series not the Kings, just taking a shot at you.