Originally Posted by RainierBeachPoet
my guess is that brad miller will teach him well and in its right time as miller declines, hawes' p/t will increase adn he will take over brad's main role these past few years
miller will then be able to be a decent backup and play limited minutes before he retires
What I meant was:
The Kings are a team with a new coach and no identity; however, Theus wants to run a high octane offense with more running. How does a Center who is already labeled as a "slow plodder" fit in?
The Kings greatest weaknesses are their rebounding and interior defense. How does a 7 footer who could barely get 6 rpg in a weak college conference address that need?
The Kings passed up on deals to trade Bibby/Artest, suggesting they are still trying to win soon, BM and K9's contracts will be virtually impossible to trade. So how do they plan to work in a young "project" C into the rotation with lots of bigs with long contracts, its not like he's going to be starting quality soon?