He's played in 23% of games since coming to NOLA
Last year it was "hey, we aren't good, lets not rush him back."
This year it's, "lets, not rush him back. We aren't winning anyway and we can develop younger guys."
For one, no shite we aren't winning. Our best player can't get on the floor. If our winning % with Gordon is any indication, we'd be fighting for the playoffs. So get that "we're not winning anyway" shite out of here. Being content with that breeds the losers mentality that we have become accustomed to in NOLA
Two, we don't have a young guy who is getting developed at the expense of Gordon's injury. Rivers see the majority of his time at pg.
There is nothing positive about Gordon being a fragile, injured player.