RobDIKUM wrote:E-Man wrote:TankWatch wrote:Beast Mode wrote:Ehh, if anything this generates more excitement, which brings in more revenue, which makes the team more valuable. I'm sure any new owner woulda been fine with this. Lets not forget AR was coming off an ankle injury, those linger. I wouldn't be surprised if he goes down again this season.
I think some part of us are hoping that AR doesn't go off so we can justify that our FO did the right move.
I think it was the right move...no need for justification. I'll say it again...While the knicks wanted Anthony Randolph and while he was the meat of the trade, I think that the real loss for the Warriors lies in Azubuike...who knows...maybe Randolph does become an All-Star...but if the knicks miss out on the playoffs and Warriors make it, is anyone really gonna say that we shouldn't have traded Randolph? I don't wanna hear no "Those are big IFs"... Cuz fact of the matter is, there are a few teams in the West getting worse leaving room for any improving teams to make the playoffs, and most of the East is still in tact.
I'm sorry EMAN but i'm gonna say it ... THOSE ARE BIG IFS Adding Lee to this mix does not make us a playoff team. Again, i haven't heard many people saying they are pissed for trading Randolph. Some people have stated that it'd be our luck that he turn out to be a stud, but i don't hear much that the player for player swap is bad. its the adding of the long term contract mainly.
i like BWright more than randolph, thats prob why im not as pissed haha, brandon wright and anthony randoloh, one of em had to go