The nba draft is all finished and I think now is the time to start thinking about next year.
We need to start being real about who and who doesn't have a spot on this team for years to come. The time has come for some players and its time to kick certain players to the curb.
John wall- is there really much to say about him? HE IS OUR FRANCHISE
Brad beal- nearly as important to the team and John. He is a special player and is the exact player we need at the sg position. Another no brainier cornerstone to our franchise
martell Webster-very productive and regardless of us drafting Otto deserves a spot on this team. He comes in and produces- what more could we ask him to do? Happy to have him back if he's willing
nene- good vet to have around, injury lurks him but plays well most of the time when he's in the game. Nene AINT going no where
oakafor- probably the best vet to have on a young rebuilding roster, the story about him giving John a slight knock on the head was awesome and saved johns max contract for him. Expensive but worth it because of his on court and off court play.
Otto porter- welcome aboard. Do what we drafted you to do and you'll be loved by all... Even the Bennett, Noel guys.
Seraphin- this is where it starts getting tricky, I like what seraphin does... When he does it well. He's so talented and has a nice build that it would be crazy to let him go. I think he still has potential to be a starter in this league. Call me crazy but I don't mind us skipping on a big man because I still think Kevin can be real good.
Ves- you have one more chance to show that you can play in the slightest bit, that one chance is the summer league. Hit some jumpers, body a defender or two down in the post and grab some rebounds and maybe you can stick around one more year.
Glen rice jr- YESSSS I loved the move to grab him. Great great choice ern, Witt, Ted. Proud of you for this
aingelton- uhhh I don't know where I stand with sing. I want to like him but he has to produce. If he was a defensive stopper I would keep him on the 8 man rotation but he gets into foul trouble to often which won't float in the nba.
Ariza- I liked what Ariza did but I think using him as trade bait may benefit us more than keeping him around taking minutes that may not be there for the taking.
Temple- good rotation guy. Cheap and productive, happy to had him back
booker- sorry man. Love the intensity you play with but you don't bring too much more to the table which we can have
Heres how I see the roster playing out
Pgs- wall, temple, (fa pick up, maaaaybe Tomas?)
sgs- beal, rice, temple
Sf- Otto/ Webster, rice
pfs- nene, seraphin. Ves
C - oakafor, seraphin, ves
Not coming back- singleton, aj price, Ariza (via trade), booker
With the addition of a few free agents I think we have a good 8-9 man rotation while still developing our young players without giving up on them.