Re: Time to Make a Move?
posted at 12/20/2010 1:44 PM EST
In Response to Re: Time to Make a Move?
[QUOTE]I wish their was a way to come up with Blake Griffith. I would be willing to give a lot for this guy. He is a STUD. His motor reminds me of Cowens with a lot more ability. I would give Baby, Perk, and JO, along with Picks for this guy. Maybe even more.
Posted by OneOnOne[/QUOTE]
Crack is still illegal, right?
Griffin (not Griffith) will become one of the few players who plays not only in the freshman / sophomore game but also the All-Star game.
There is not even 1 GM in the league that would part with Griffin regardless of the offer until he is up for some really big money.
Of course you would give Baby, Perk, J O'N, etc. but do you know what??? The Clippers would not give up Griffin for Pierce, Garnett, Allen, and Rondo.....
None of the players you mentioned are even starters with the Clippers let alone the star of the Clippers.
The Cs will not have a player like Griffin on their roster until they either trade expiring contracts or go through the really shi&&y team route and draft a really high draft pick.
Of course, on this board / blog.... we have come to expect posters to vastly overvalue the players on the roster and vastly underestimate the players that they would like to trade the has-beens / wannabes for.
If Wall were healthy, there would be some discussion about ROY but with Wall hurt a lot, Griffin is the hands down ROY.
Since this thread is called "time to make a move", I would say the move they need to make is do whatever you can do to get healthy and stay healthy.
If D West had not hurt himself there would not be any discussion about at all about making any moves. West would be running the team in Rondo's absence and the Cs would be business as usual.
Yesterday they beat a team that has beaten the Lakers in LA and came to Boston with the Cs missing a few players and lost by double digits - how can there really be any wonder about whether there should be any moves made?