The Bulls and Pacers are already playing well. The Sixers have a horrible record.
The question is which of the three will help their team's record the most? It's pretty much Bynum by default because the Sixers have by far the most room to improve, unless you believe that the Sixers will still suck even with Bynum. You're entitled to that opinion, but that's really the only logic you can use to not pick Bynum for this question.
But I still say a healthy Bogut, because he really does allow the Warriors to compete with anybody, while playing a team with more than one good big has been an issue for them. His impact might not be number of games, but he really makeshift team solid. Bogut, Lee, Barnes, Thompson, Curry is solid at every position with maybe the best scoring duo in h backcourt and the a pair of very good passing bigs.
He has been playing through knee soreness since 2009, props to him for playing through and being able to play as many games as he has. But its only going to get worse with age.
Last edited by Tmath; 02-02-2013 at 08:39 PM.
I'll go Bynum>Rose>Granger
Rose is coming off of a serious knee injury that slows everybody (not named Adrian Peterson) for a while.
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Best: Rose. Getting back 20 ppg and a bonafide play-maker is crucial
Worst: Granger. George is pretty much doing everything Granger did well and the former has 2 inches on him
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Granger would be the worst easily because of the fit with george.. Regardless of talent level granger ranks last .. Theyre both talented guys but george isnt a sg as proven and neither is granger.. And both want the ball as does george hill & both bigs down low..
I think granger should be traded.. Not because hes bad but because if they can swap him for a young stud two guard then that franchise is set for a while..