the chaos and tears that would ensue. how can you not want that. At least for a little while lol. the lol'z that would occur. It's better than watching my team tank and rebuild for the same time period.
I get what you're saying. But you never know, how willing a franchise gets when they're top player wants out.
Kind of like when the Warriors traded for Baron Davis. Yeah, he was overweight and injured at the time. But they traded Dale Davis for him lol
That article is completely undervaluing Iggy & Livingston, to the point where its disrespectful
No way in hell Livingston going to take $6-7mil a year, don't care how many years he gets.
And not even taking PG to the Warriors even serious. PG ain't about to come off the bench
He won't come off the bench, but Klay will
How could the Dubs even afford to keep PG past the one year he has left on his contract. They can't afford three max contracts under this new CBA, with Draymond and Klay still making 17-18 mill a year, and their deals will be up soon too. I get why they would give up Iggy but I don't understand give up additional assets for a year rental when you're already the prohibitive favorite to win it all next year?
I have to agree.
Myers knows how to make a deal work.
But I don't believe there are any talks for PG to come to Oakland.
I don't think it even makes that much sense for GSW if you have to give up anything for it. Though George would benefit from learning to play in a more free-flowing style, he does way too much ball stopping in Indiana.
But I'd rather have depth on my bench than one Paul George considering the current roster and team chemistry.