great post, i agree with u totally. What else they could do is sign Brent Barry, hes a free agent next year isnt he. if brent plays the 3 spot on D, but plays point on offense this could work.Originally posted by <b>ChiBullsFan</b>!
Lebron and Dajuan can definitely play in the same backcourt -- at least for the near future. Both have natural 1 and 2 skills and can probably play well off each other, provided their egos don't clash and they decide they can share the ball.
Both are good enough ball handlers and distributors that a traditional PG is completely unnecessary. When you have that much natural talent in one backcourt, you try to make it work. You don't plug in a traditional PG and get rid of a guy like Wagner just because of convention.
What's truly scary is that both of these guys, I believe, will be among the elite fraternity of NBA players who average 30 ppg in a season. It may not be accomplished alongside each other, but they are both very capable of doing it.
This is going to shape up to be a great draft, with superstars and stars. I think Hinrich is bound to be a star, but I think Wade may be bound to superstardom actually. I wanted him on draft day. I'm very pleased with Hinrich, but Wade's first step, slashing ability, developing shooting touch, scoring knack, and impressive defensive ability make him an even better prospect, I think.Originally posted by <b>T.Shock</b>!
How different things might be if we'd had gotten Wade at #7 instead of Kirk. I like both players, but Wade seems like the thing we need most a scorer on the wing.