It is believed that Andris Biedrins, despite his large contract and diminished impact, still holds enough stock to be dealt. I wanted to hear some ideas regarding a suitable destination for Andris, as I could only come up with one, myself.
Philadelphia gets: Andris Biedrins
Nocioni has 3 years left on his contract for a significantly less amount of pay. He's a swingman who brings a lot of grit and edginess to a team. He is not a fun player to compete against at all. The Warriors would do well to grant Andris a new opportunity to find himself in another city, while adding an element of veteran toughness to their perimeter defense.
I don't know if Philly is the place most suited for Biedrins, but they are in need of a center. The east coast has a greater Eastern European population, which may or may not serve as some kind of personal allure, I don't know.
Evan Turner and Thaddeus Young will continue to improve and impinge on Nocioni's role. I could be very wrong, but it seems that both teams are addressing a need, consequently allowing the Warriors a good sum of future cap room that could assist them in the process of structuring a new contract for Stephen Curry.
Does anybody have any suggestions about what should be done with Andris, and more specifically, what would that situation embellish for both parties involved?