Not as valuable as your proposal which would bring a logjam at the 2 of Foye, Hayward, Burks, Afflalo, and even Murphy, but yeah, valuable.
Originally Posted by NAOS
My bad, AA can play some 3 you say. Okay, I'm sure we'd find time with Marvin, Carroll, and Hayward there.
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Originally Posted by Gyp Rosetti
Also, you can't wait on Murphy.
Marvin is expiring bait next year.
You need 4 wings.
You'd have three good ones with Burks, Hay, and AA
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So now we know Burks is good? Someone tell Ty then please.
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I think some of you are rushing to get rid of Hayward a bit too quick. His shooting consistency has been a bit disappointing to me, and he does often throw up contested shots inside while looking incredulous that he isn't getting a call, but he always plays hard, and is a very good defender. He is also very good at creating for others, just not when the Jazz offense is revolving around the black hole.
Originally Posted by NUMBERICA
My problem with sending out any of our bigs for a 2 is that I don't think the coaching staff would know what to do with him. I think Foye, Burks and even Hayward have talents that are either under appreciated or even ignored by the play calling. This is and always has been a big guy offense. If we traded for D Wade we would still have the ball going to the low post and people standing around. Do they have the ability to make a universal play calling change?
This has been my feels about a rotation for any team. You need to have a PG that can play about 30 or mor minutes a night with a backup. You then need 3 wings with two of them being able to play either position. Finally you have 3 bigs with two that can play both C and PF positions.
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