(In my opinion) teams that want to grow don't sign those old dudes but look for the likes of Beverly. Regardless of how crappy the market seems to be, there are more like him out there; players with upside instead if on the dying end of their career.
sign me up for Udrih, he's a really criminally underrated pg. is he a starter? no, but he's a great backup. could get him on a mad cheap, short contract too. almost makes too much sense.
I'm with WMCJ on this one. AJ Price is a perfect backup for K Low
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Turns out Milwaukee got Ridnour for nothing but rights to some guy I've never heard of. We could of had him for the 2017 2nd rounder
Most of them can't handle a fulltime job anymore and/or get injured quickly. They are no good guarantees for an injury.
We are not contending or close to it. Having players who still can improve and/or have their peak in front of them instead of (way) behind them gives the chance to either develop someone for some time and get a nice addition for the longer term and an asset instead of having a decaying player who isn't an asset and won't be here for long.
Don't give Casey these veterans because we know how that goes.
People want leadership? Don't get it from a one year player. Get it from within, hire one of these guys as an assistant or whatever.
Darnell Mayberry @DarnellMayberry 6m
"Word at the Orlando Summer League is the Toronto Raptors have offered Dwight Buycks their backup point guard job. Buycks has accepted."
Darnell Mayberry @DarnellMayberry 7m
"Buycks was in play as the potential third point guard with the Thunder. He now has the opportunity to backup Kyle Lowry in Toronto."
Looks like actual backup.
I looked up some highlights of the guy, and he can ball. Haven't really seen how much of a playmaker he is though
Looking at his stats, he definitely seems like a score-first PG
Is this true? No idea who the guy is.
Haven't seen OKC games, but the reviews on him praise him, gonna make sure i watch that championship game today, was gonna skip it cause i find unfair how those 2 teams have players who started NBA playoffs games playing against guys fighting for a job. Houston is fun to watch but greg smith and reggie jackson or just way above their competition.
24 yearsold 6'-3''
2010-2011 In Marquette as a Senior:
46% FG - 41% 3PT - 3 RPG - 3.3 APG - 8.83 PPG - 1 SPG - 28 MPG
50% FG - 35% 3PT - 2.71 RPG - 2.64 APG - 15.14 PPG - 1.25 SPG - 26.8MPG
4 Summer league Games with MIA 2013-2014
46%FG - 67% 3PT - 2.5 RPG - 6.00 APG - 9.5 PPG - 2 SPG - 21 MPG
high FG%! Can shoot the 3! VERY efficient scorer, especially in D-League where in about 27 Minutes, he scored 15 points on 50% FG! Doesnt usually play Point guard, but in Summer league he did and he averaged 6 APG in 21 MPG. He is a tall point guard, he can gather steals, he is young, he is efficient.
The Baltic Beast is unstoppable!
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