I was thinking about our need for physicality and defense in the post and was reminded of a young player with a ton of potential that has all the physical tools and is emerging as a great defensive talent. Who you ask?
This would be none other than Andrew Bynum, who plays for a laker team who happens to be both aging and in need of a point guard. Obviously, Kyrie Irving jumps out as being the uncontested top point guard prospect in this years draft. Fortunately/Unfortunately, we have a young franchise point guard in John Wall, so drafting Kyrie Irving is not our to-do list. Im not sure how trading picks/newly drafted players go, but if we could somehow send kyrie irving and whatever else is needed to balance out the trade to the lakers, I'm sure that they would heavily consider sending Andrew Bynum to the wiz. I was thinking about possible pieces in a trade that could be used to balance out/ make this trade possible.
Irving, Mcgee, Blatche, Howard, Seraphin Bynum, Odom, 2nd round pick
Btw... I'm not saying that we should trade these players exactly, more like these are a pool of assets to draw from to make a possible trade. And of course all this is contingent upon Irving being available when our pick comes up.
What do you guys think? Am I completely crazy?