Given the landscape for centers out there - and the likelihood of landing one of the stars - would a better approach be for the brass to hire the coaching prospect who can get the most out of Beidrins? Shaw and McHale come to mind. Shaw has experience with Gasol and Bynum and Kevin was a great PF.
If we can get Udoh and Beans to be a decent center combo then we can go about addressing other problems through the draft and free agency and trades. Here is my question about Beidrins, what evidence do we have, both for and against, that he wants to be good again, that he is ashamed by his recent play, that he wants to be a force? I'd love any and all insights on this one because it seems that this is key in deciding steps the warriors should take.
Also, anyone know if any Tony Allen / Taj Gibson types might be available via free agency? That would be a priority, especially based on the playoffs so far. Can you imagine how much better we would be if Monta had more time to rest and we had a tony allen type to plug in? I am (overly) optimistic that Jeremy Lin might be able to backup Curry at some point - he is a pretty good defender and handles the ball well.
Finally, go CJ Watson and the Bulls!