I think we should get another big at #10 even if Lillard is still on the board.
As excited as we are about landing AD, this team is still a year or 2 (in a perfect world) away from seriously competing for something.
Right now, the General and the Gentleman is decent depth running the point. Jack is a fringe starter and Vazquez is an athletic point that is a good distributor. There really is no point to bring in another point, especially such a wild card in Lillard.
I think it would be in our best interest to try and find a long term partner for Davis.
Here's the thing, I'm of the belief that, given time to bulk up and mature, Davis can be a dominant center but will obviously start his career in NOLA at the 4. If the Hornets FO is thinking this as well, this gives us the versatility to pick either a 4 (Jones III, Sullinger, Henson, Moultrie) or the only real 5 in this draft (Zeller).
I doubt we resign Kaman and because of that I doubt we amnesty Okafor. So if this were to pan out the depth chart this season should look something like this (going off of Ford's latest mock that has us taking Sullinger):
That's not terrible at all should everyone stay healthy. I could legitimately see us getting 6th or 7th seed.
However in the future, say 3 years down the line it give us a young core that consists of a premier starting 2-guard which is impossible to find and a young hard-nosed front court with one of those players hopefully on the road to greatness.
Make one decent signing in free agency and then fill out the roster through the draft and smaller signings, trades and we could be onto something.
This post was edited on 6/6 at 12:16 pm