well, who in the world wanted nash in the first place? a 38 yr old PG at the time.
although sessions didnt fit our roster, i was glad we were heading towards getting younger.
i was really appalled by the nash decision, i rather of just kept fish. but i would be lying if i wasnt curious/a bit excited to see how nash was going to turn out, but from the beginning i knew it was just a selling point for dwight.
i always thought Mo Williams fit our style, a younger fisher type PG that can play well off the ball and can spot up shoot and make timely shots at the right time.
im not praising Mo, its just that hes a younger fisher type of player, and kobe during those years fisher was gone, could of used a player like that.
sessions was horrible fit, just for the fact that hes not a spot up shooter, he missed a bunch of open threes because thats not his game (while he was with us)
nash is a great 3pt shooter, but he also wasnt efficient just being a spot up when kobe was ball handling.
we need proven players that fit well with our roster. Mo isnt great defensively, but hes better than nash, younger than fish, and has adequate play making skills and vision.
i always thought he'd be a perfect fit with kobe. but then again, we should of had CP3.
but i was never high on Nash, i'm not one that always says "hes old and hes done" but the whole notion of getting rid of fisher and gettin sessions and getting younger the season before, i thought we took two steps back.
anyone notice the season before he signed with the lakers he was fine, but all of a sudden when he comes to our team, he needs a screen just to get past half court?