If Hill wanders back into the fray and plays up to 75% of what he used to, you'll change your minds quickly enough. Tht'd give the Magic two superstars with excellent passing skillsOriginally posted by STING
Personally, i'm not expecting to see them make the playoffs either, and this is why.
The Magic need a better back court, someone to glue the team together and control the ball. Right now the Magic's style is "hand it to McGrady". They need someone else to step up for there team, like Wally Szerbiak stepped up to help KG. If they do that, than i think they can make it to the playoffs again, otherwize, i wouldn't count on it
All big 'ifs'. I'd love to see Hill regain some form and shake the East up a littleOriginally posted by truebluefan
if hill is more than 75% and if miller is healthy, if armstrong gets some good help at pg. If hunter improves. If they get some help up front they can be very tough next season. Grant, miller and mcgrady could be very hard to deal with. the key is what they get to help them up front.
Agreed. Hunter's development is paramount to their successOriginally posted by IMX
First of all they need to draft Jiri Welsch or trade there pick,etc... for Jaric. Then need to find a cheap, good rebounding front court player, maybe trade Armstrong or Miller for Fortson, etc...??? Then they need Hunter to get into a weight room. This would greatly improve there team.
C-Steven Hunter 6-10 224 3.6ppg 1.8rpg
PF-Danny Fortson 6-8 260 11.2ppg 11.7rpg
SF-Grant Hill 6-8 225 16.8ppg 8.9rpg 4.6apg
SG-Tracy Mcgrady 6-8 210 25.6ppg 7.9rpg 5.3apg 1.57spg
PG-Jiri Welsch 6-7 208 15.5ppg 1.6apg
Ewing is finished. Its a shame he can't see itOriginally posted by T-Mac
Steven Hunter is going to work out well and I hope Doc Rivers will play him at starting center and doesn't buy into the Patrick Ewing story about how he's old but can still play because sure he has some few offensive good times but the guy can't run like the normal aged guys if his life depended on it.
Pat has really dissapointed me in the playoffs but that's probably because Doc doesn't think he has enough to get the job done. Horace Grant is more important to the team, no doubt about it.