GoldHammish wrote:So you're saying that if we could hypothetically trade Goudelock for a prime Steve Kerr, you wouldn't do it? I mean, why trade the better player for the worse one, right?
Doberman wrote:Goudelock is more athletic and a better a defensive player. He also has more offensive range. He can drive and hit the midrange floater. Neither fit the great PG playmaker types, but Goudelock can still drive and create at times.
Also, Kerr was almost exclusively a spot up shooter. Goudelock is a "non-rhythm" shooter. He doesn't need the play created for him to hit the 3-ball. He's like Reggie Miller in that he can just jack it up wherever, whenever, and there's a good chance he'll make it.
Goudelock is Steve Kerr with more skill and athleticism.
Doberman wrote:Sirron wrote:Another dog of a thread by Doberman
thkthebest wrote:Doberman wrote:Sirron wrote:Another dog of a thread by Doberman
I probably missed a few threads you might have made, but from what I remember, this is our team (according to you). I know you're probably joking half the time, but if we were to take some of the threads seriously, we have...
Best SG in the game.
Best C in the game.
Pau = Perennial all star.
Up to here, everything is reasonable. Bynum isn't the best C in the game, but we can just disagree on that. Then, we get...
Ebanks = Eddie Jones.
Goudelock > Kerr.
In other words, we have Jordan-lite, Super Dwight, Euro Tim Duncan, super Steve Kerr, and Eddie Jones. Despite all that, Steve Blake is our MVP.
With that kind of roster, how in the world is this team only 13-9?
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