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tough crowd here, it doesnt help though when the two players you compare him to are one that could not shoot or play defense and the other ate himself out of the league.
Quote from: Ogaju on January 07, 2018, 05:55:11 PMtough crowd here, it doesnt help though when the two players you compare him to are one that could not shoot or play defense and the other ate himself out of the league.as for the offense, i think getting hayward back, tatum with more experience, and a good draft pick will change a lot.33-10 without hayward, and that is not good enough. tough crowd indeed.
I don't know how to say this any other way - Smart has blown it. If we resign him, we're going to hamper our offense to the point where I doubt we win a championship while he players more than 15 minutes a game. If we don't, I'd actually be willing to bet he's out of the league in a couple of years because he's just not an NBA-level talent on offense. At this point I wouldn't want him for any amount of money.
The OP has some points. Offensively, Marcus hasn’t really improved. He “is what he is” at this point in all likelihood. He should be paid with that in mind, rather than on potential.But, if we can fit him in our budget, he’s an important player. He’s like a smaller, less efficient version of Andre Iguodala (since he joined the Warriors, anyway). He plays great defense, moves the ball, and is a guy you want in there in the fourth quarter.