Originally Posted by Crystallas
I'd rather give minutes to a project player. If they pan out, keep them, if they don't, run plays to pad stats, up value, and trade them away. Select a player wisely.
Right now, NOBODY is on the table that is enticing. No use wasting money on band-aids that don't stick.
You can only give minutes to a project player if they have a high upside...which player available has a high enough upside where it would make sense to give them minutes over a proven veteran such as Redd or Howard? On a minimum contract, it makes more sense to see if you can catch lightning in a bottle with either of those two guys than hoping a young nobody can figure something out.