Another one bites the dust...
Thanks to our beloved front office we've yet again blew up our team. This seasons future looks like a complete bust already after only the 1st quarter and it's of course all due to the Golden State Warriors lovely front office. We are now looking to trade the "untouchables" when we could have traded them for a legitimate superstar (Amare).
Imagine if we actually went through with the trade...
OMG... FML!!!! I don't think Buike or Wright would've been injured because duh the outcome of the game would be different unless it's like Final Destination and the future is already written... but anyways... Yeah, really though? The front office is pretty darn stupid if they end up trading any of our so called "Untouchables" because they'll just be repeating the same thing they've done for the past 14 or something years. Plain stupid if they end up trading any of the pieces that could have been dealt for Amare.
One thing is for sure, and that thing is one of the skinny power forwards has got to go. For me? I would let Randolph go. From what I've seen, I think Brandon Wright is going to be the type of PF that will give you everything that is labeled of him every single night (consistency; think Chris Bosh). Anthony Randolph will be the type that will give you what you want to see (think Josh Smith).
Brandon Wright has shown excellence mostly every game he's started from what I remember of last season. He was showing that sweet lil baby hook and mid range jumper that he was knocking down on a pretty good percentage oh and even threw down those tomahawks and windmill dunks. We know he can block shots and rebound if he puts his heart into it but we also know he needs to gain weight which can be done over time. Wright can be that low post threat we've always been looking for and he doesn't force things even as a youngster..."Whacha know 'bout that baby hook foo?!"
Anthony Randolph CAN be a beast but at most times he looks like a 6th grader that just got into JV and thinks he's the best guy on the floor. He can be seen most of the time calling for the ball as he runs the floor or jumping at any sign of a shot attempt (offense or defense). He has a great FT stroke and can shoot the mid range but has yet to show any signs of consistency. He can also run the floor and handle the ball pretty well for his size and of course block and rebound shots if he puts good solid effort into it. But! To me, everything he does on the court looks like a desperate move to gain attention from the league. He just needs to let the game come to him...
So yeah, front office... why didn't you trade for Amare again?...you suck Cohan. Larry Ellison FTMFW.