Originally Posted by Rameek
I guess desperate times call for desperate measures! Welcome to the starting line up and another vacuum position on the court. I hope he works out and Amare doesnt demand a trade soon from no help!
Chandler is a 4 dont see what skills he possess to be a 3. Maybe he will take the time to improve now. I dont see how a guy that has no confidence in his ability as a starter going to find confidence leading the offense on the 2nd unit.
Chandler is a 3, although D'antoni wants him to be like Marion.
Normally a small forward is your most versatile player.
That fits Chandler to a T.
Also from a defensive standpoint small forwards are often counted on using their athleticism and size as defensive advantages.
That also fits Chandler.
Chandler isn't strong enough to be a fulltime 4, and isn't a post player, plus that's Amar'es spot so this shouldn't even be an issue at all.
Chandler is really a wing player who can't consistently hit shots from the wings.