Originally Posted by BigSims2108
I'm with Jailer on this. We basically spent the draft drafting defensive players like Thabeet and Young. Both Young and Carroll have good offensives too. All Randolph needs to be counting on doing is be a garbage man in the paint, grab boards, pass out of a double team, and most of all, stay out of trouble.
No way Randolph settles for that role. He always looks for his own shot and very rarely looks to pass. With Mayo, Rudy and Randolph, there's alot of offensive power, but it comes at a price of having no offensive movement/flow what so ever.