I'm going to leave by saying this, if we have this amazing point guard in Vazquez, the chosen one at 2 guard, a hall of fame player in the post, and a MVP candidate in Ryno, why are we one of the worst teams in the league?
first of all who said Vasquez was an amazing point guard? few if any on here have made this claim. we are saying point guard is not our major concern right now and Vasquez is serviceable enough to where we can focus attention at upgrading positions of greater need.
this thread was started as an extreme overreaction because the op apparently thinks you can get elite pg's at the local whole foods.
the rest of your claims are just preposterous but i'll take them as legit. eric Gordon has the POTENTIAL to be an elite SG in the league if he is completely healthy and stays healthy. right now sitting out back to backs and not being at complete full strength he isn't "the chosen one" as you say.
Hall of fame potential does not mean he is a hall of fame player currently. he is 19 years old and doing pretty well considering he is a string bean. put some weight on him and give him an nba offseason then if he doesn't improve legit concerns can be raised. it is much easier for a guard to shine immediately than a big man.
and a MVP candidate in Ryno
this is just retarded someone made a comparison to peja at his peak who was an mvp candidate at the time and you are using it to fail at making a point.
why are we one of the worst teams in the league?
for many reasons. if we had an elite point guard would we be better? yes. would we be championship caliber? far from it.
Conclusion: Vasquez is not the main concern of this team and has been exceeding everyones expectations this year. if an elite point guard would become available and want to come here I would take it in a second but is that a realistic scenario right now? I don't think so
This post was edited on 2/21 at 10:59 am