Biedrins would be a better TRADITIONAL power forward than anyone we've had in a while. That's true. But I guarentee we'll lose more games by putting O'Bryant and Biedrins in the game at the same time. They aren't like Duncan and Robinson (who could both shoot midrange J's); they're both helpless out of the paint. That sort of duo never works.
Right now, Biedrins running rings around the other teams centers is working for him. Why screw with it? Especially when we have such a nice option, in Harrington, at power forward anyway? There's no reason to make these changes.
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i was only considering harrington at the 3 so we could have another defender in the game. i know the 4 and 5 wouldnt be the best scoring tandem in the league but i'd figure 1, 2, and 3 would be, and 4 and 5 can concentrate on defense and rebounding.
i agree o'bryant isnt ready, but i say throw him into the fire and get him experience sooner, we've been waiting around long enough to go no where.
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