Hedo simply put is a solid player, not great just solid, sure he might put up slightly better numbers if he was traded to a team not as good as the kings, but he would still just be a solid player.Originally posted by <b>R-Star</b>!
Ok, I was talking with some Kings fans and they actualy think that if Hedo was traded to a team like the Griz, he would put up TMac like numbers. What do you guys think? Personally I think its a joke. I mean come on.
Tmac has been the primary ball-handler in Orlando for the last two years. I take nothing from Hedo, but he is nowhere near McGrady. They only thing Hedo might have a slight edge on Tmac for is outside shooting, but I doubt even that.Originally posted by <b>benfica</b>!
Maybe he could, but has he.
Turk has and plays it well. You can't be playing a PG in the NBA without being a really good dribbler and passer.
I know T-MAC is better, but Turk's story is just getting started and too early to say how great Turk will be. But at 6'10", he is a very impressive all around player.
Turk is as close to T-MAC in skills than anyone else in the league.
When did I ever say Hedo would be as good as T-Mac? Never. I referred to Hedo as a 'poor man's McGrady' and 'T-Mac lite'. BTW Hedo is already 1/2 the player McGrady is, and he has a chance to be 3/4 the player McGrady is. I have never said Hedo will ever be anything more than 'T-Mac lite'.Originally posted by <b>R-Star</b>!
Hedo will never be half the player TMac is, PERIOD.
Pardon the Interruption/Washington Post's Michael Wilbon on Hedo "Of the five best players [in the NBA] under 23, one is Turkish (Hedo Turkoglu)"Originally posted by <b>R-Star</b>!
I mean look at the thread. Besides you no one is supporting the idea of him being even close to TMac. Could we all be wrong, or should you consider that your being a tad biased?