Doc Brown wrote:This is for the offseason, but I figured I'd throw it in here anyway....No regrets says Wright
March, 26, 2013
By Nick Borges | ESPN.com
When the Philadelphia 76ers acquired Dorell Wright from the Golden State Warriors last July they thought they had their starting small forward, but he's been in-and-out of the rotation for most of the season.
Wright is part of the free agent class in 2013 and he says he won't let this season affect his attitude moving forward.
"I don't worry about what might have been. You can't get caught up in that," Wright told The Philadelphia Inquirer. "You just come to compete every night. That's what I've tried to do."
Wright is averaging 22.1 minutes, 8.6 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.8 assists this season. In March his production has increased to 25.3 minutes, 13.4 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.3 assists.
Wright earned $4.1 million this season and he will likely only be offered half that amount in the free agent market.
If the bolded is true, we need to hop in there and snatch him up.
his name always pops up in my head when i think about athletic 3s who can shoot the ball. i saw him play pretty well a couple times for philly this year, too. wonder why they don't use him more. his season numbers are similar to meeks' in terms of shooting percentages, but he boards more and, in theory, is more versatile on defense.