Originally Posted by YouGotServed
The argument they use is very valid though, Yao is always injured...so GMs would rather have JJ. When healthy, Yao is obviously better, but Yao is a part time worker.
I didn't see the thread but it always makes more sense to take someone who his healthy over someone who isn't, but JJ Redick hasn't done anything that makes him a better player than Yao. Plus you can't compare them because they play 2 different positions.