Anyone worried to see Cunningham, Pendergraph and Outlaw battling to be LaMarcus' backup. After last season's struggles and KP's inability to find an alternative, I certainly am. We all felt that our Blazers needed someone that could provide some offense and rebounding. The guys that we were looking at were Bass, Millsap and Lee. Lee is still available but as he wants a $10 million a year deal which he won't get. Milsap we can forget about and the same goes for Bass. So who do we have left to choose from:
Lamar Odom - He won't come because he wants to play in a city by the ocean like L.A or Miami.
Glen Davis - He is a restricted free agent and after the Millsap affair, I don't know if I'd want to go through all the waiting around again and have Boston match the offer on the 7th day.
Drew Gooden- The best option left and could be had for under $5 million a year. He has a little toughness about him, he's no Oakley but he'll do. He has a passable offense and defense plus he's tradable if things don't work out.
Joe Smith- He is getting old but he can still play about 15 minutes a game and like Drew, he can contribute on both ends of the court.
Hakim Warrick- A restricted free agent. Enough said! Plus he is so inconsistent and lacking fundamentals.He is athletic though.
Shavlik Randolph- He'd be cheap and gratefull but he is lacking in talent and experience. But what if we gave him the opportunity to play significant minutes? He might be worth it.
Who would you want?
Lamar Odom at $8 million multi year deal (4-5years) (30 votes)
Glen Davis at $5-6 million mutli year deal (4-6years) (26 votes)
Drew Gooden at $3-5 million multi year deal (1-4 years) (34 votes)
Joe Smith at $2-4 million multi year deal(1-3years) (50 votes)
Hakim Warrick at $1-3 million multi year deal(1-3years) (11 votes)
Shavlik Randolph at $1-2 million multi year deal(1-3years) (52 votes)
203 total votes