he plays sf but is probably naturally more of a pf. In any case he is imminently available right now.Originally posted by <b>Modena360</b>!
Does he play SF?? B/C I would love to get this guy........bait them with a #1 and E-Rob to seal the deal.
And I think he's more of a PF than a SF, but honestly, I'd say he's really more of a tweener than anything. He's quicker than most PFs but not as quick as most SFs. He's basically Donyell with a little more explosiveness.Originally posted by <b>ace20004u</b>!
he plays sf but is probably naturally more of a pf. In any case he is imminently available right now.
Originally posted by <b>Mikedc</b>!
I doubt he's that available.
The Hawks aren't going to give him up for nothing. I certainly wouldn't trade Curry or Chandler for him. And to me, he's not a clear upgrade over someone like Crawford. Perhaps he's a bit more consistent, but he's not really going to change the equation much.
Now if we could somehow get him without giving up one of those three (or Kirk), I'd be all for it. That would be a deal that constitutes a significant net addition of talent. Just swapping him for Crawford and filler, however, doesn't strike me much help.
Perhaps we could offer our pick, protected against being in say, the top 5. I think given this draft, I'd probably take SAR over a guy in the 6-12 range of the draft anyway, but I wouldn't pass up a shot at Okafur or Deng or Howard. But then again, I haven't looked in detail at the draft yet.
If that's really the case: Fizer, ERob, Blount, Brunson for SAR works under the cap.Originally posted by <b>bulls</b>!
Yes he is VERY available.i read i think it was on hoopshype a few days ago that the owner told the GM to dump as much $ as they could and do it like 2 days ago...
Hey---I agree with you. But I say that to mean that he's not going to come in and change this organization around. He's a building block, not a cornerstone.Originally posted by <b>RetroDreams</b>!
I'd take SAR in a second.
He is a consistent 20ppg scorer who is in the top 10 in most offensive categories in the league.
- Ranks #19 in the NBA in Points Per Game(19.8)
- Ranks #12 in the NBA in Rebounds Per Game(9.3)
- Ranks #19 in the NBA in Field-Goal Percentage(0.488)
- Ranks #11 in the NBA in Free-Throw Percentage(0.868)
- Ranks #13 in the NBA in Field Goals Made(303.0)
- Ranks #6 in the NBA in Free Throws(223.0)
- Ranks #8 in the NBA in Free Throw Attempts(257.0)
- Ranks #9 in the NBA in Defensive Rebounds(281.0)
- Ranks #15 in the NBA in Defensive Rebounds Per Game(6.7)
- Ranks #8 in the NBA in Total Rebounds(392.0)
- Ranks #11 in the NBA in Points(833.0)
- Ranks #6 in the NBA in Double-doubles(20.0)
- Ranks #18 in the NBA in Field Goals Per 48 Minutes(9.57)
- Ranks #7 in the NBA in Free Throws Per 48 Minutes(7.05)
- Ranks #15 in the NBA in Free Throw Attempts Per 48 Minutes(8.12)
- Ranks #17 in the NBA in Points Per 48 Minutes(26.3)
- Ranks #7 in the NBA in Total Efficiency Points(934.0)
- Ranks #11 in the NBA in Efficiency Ranking(22.24)
- Ranks #7 in the NBA in Efficiency Ranking Per 48 Minutes(29.51)
For those of you who always revert back to starts are meaningless, yada yada, keep your theories to yourself because I believe stats get it done.
Shareef is an excellent all around player and even if he is just a "piece," he is a piece that this Chicago Bull organization doesn't have. I was at the Pacer/Hawk game the other evening and he gave Jermaine O'Neal absolute fits. Had JO not gotten a lot of whistle help, the Hawks win that game because of SAR.
You want to fix the Hawks... it isn't SAR, Ratliff and the bigs... it's the guards. Jason Terry is horrid IMO and cost them the game most of the time with his piss poor decision making. I honestly think he still thinks he is playing at the U of A.
two can play at that game...Originally posted by <b>GB</b>!