don't count on it. The moves we made actually balanced the roster a bit. We get a shooter in the lineup replacing Wallace, who's jump shot was the defenses best weapon, and we get a backup point guard in the game ( flynn) who may be able find some rhythm with the second unit while putting crawford in his natural position. Losing camby would hurt, but he has been mailing it in lately. The team is going to play much more free with the lowered expectations and I guarantee better effort. All this and the likely resurgence of felton as his nemessis nate mcmillan has been jettisoned. I was in the tank it camp, but I think this team has actually improved, not talent wise but fit. especially if that 7'3 center can give any meaningful minutes. I don't expect a lot, but I doubt we are much worse.