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Actual solid contributors vs Future Superstar Potential
Whoever is giving up Batum, Wallace and Smith is the likely loser on this trade for this season at least. All three players can provide on a wide range of stats, plus Batum is projected to have a breakthrough year, he started pretty well.
I think of Ty Evans as a low- 2nd, 3 rnd SG, defenses will plan for him this year and without a consistent jump shot he may fall victim to the "sophomore slump." Now he may prove me wrong a become a stronger Rondo but without the Big Three. Note that there is a lot of uncertainty in Sacramento this year. Griffin has a lot of upside, but nothing is guarranteed for rookie a player with a big injury in his history (he has the potential to become a 1st/2nd round player.
Emeka?, he's not worthy of analysis. Consider him a non-impact toss-in.
- 1 Reply to Robert T
Thats exactly what I was thinking when I saw the trade... I knew Wallace, Smith & (breakout) Batum was the stronger side for this season, and its not a keeper league... but then I remember Wallace getting hurt often.. maybe not last yr, but he's been known for it... and if Griffin can be a 20/10/5/2stls guys this yr ... I think Tyreke will prove everyone wrong....
your advice rocks dude, thanks
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