Realising that a player, be he a superstar or not, is no longer the best option for the team is called love and objective thinking,
suddenly becoming a supporter for getting a player you said countless times would never be here and wouldn't be a good fit anyway is called bandwagoning, following the rest of the crowd and hypocrisy
Its not hypocracy. I still believe there's no way McHale would have dealt KG for Troy Murphy, Chris Taft, and Zarko Chaparkaba.
But Monta Ellis, Brandan Wright, and Al Harrington? Oh yeah. Thats a way more attractive package. And McHale's getting ready to welcome them with open arms to Minnesota.
You wanna talk about hypocracy...
migya wrote:This is a man who is open to leaving and is suavely telling McHale this. He doesn't want to be a bad guy but wants his intentions known. The TWolves are in a rebuilding stage (with no real visible plan) and KG deserves to be with a better team that can be a contender.
THE WARRIORS ARE THAT TEAM!!!!!!
migya wrote:The TWolves will want the best players to fit a rebuilding phase. The Warriors have those young players.
migya wrote:They'd be smarter to just get the most talent they can so they can rebuild without being a terrible team. The Warriros have more expaendable talent than most teams
migya wrote:Much rebuilding can be done by missing the playoffs for a number of years and in fact that is how teams rebuild! Getting a few lottery picks does wonders and adds tradeable pieces as well.
The TWolves will not be in the stronger position if KG demands a trade, much like the Lakers weren't with Shaq
migya wrote:Yea that's right! Trade for Kevin Garnett!
For a real go at the championship this season a try of:
GS - Trades Baron, Murphy, Dunleavy, Pietrus, O'bryant and future 1st rounder (three years from now or more not before)
TWolves - KG, Foye and Mark Blount
Probably a stiff bet!
Throw in Ricky Davis and we send Zarko or Taft and another future 1st rounder!
I've had a few beers here at work and I WANT GARNETT!!!!!
Shall I go on?