I'd be thrilled if that happened, but, as we both agree, knight will only be a temporary solution to the PG problem. A franchise PG will still be sought after.
Marcus Banks or Marcus Williams are the only 2 "franchise" point guards I see right now.
I don't think Banks can be a high-level long-term starter. When he fully pans out, I think he can be a solid, middle-of-the-pack starting point, though. If that satisfies what you're looking for, then you should pick him up.
By "hating" he means that you always have an opposing view with all the raptor fans in trades.
How is that what he means? He didnt do a good job making sense. Surprised you didnt point that out to him. You have a great job doing that it seems.
And also having an opposing view with all raptor fans in trades? Again I ask where? We cant be speaking on the whole magloire/villy scenerio. Just because i dont see it your way or whomever else way there doesnt mean I'm "hating". Do you and that tool even understand the term? I dont think so.
Its funny because my opinion that Toronto benefits and can improve faster with that trade plus trading the #1 pick is helping the Toronto franchise. I didnt even explain why Milw would do it, how it helps them. But yeah I'm hating.
I still want to know what views i opposed when it came to trades. Thanks
if brevin knight was a baseball player, he might be hitting .250 but he'll have 80 stolen bases. and right now that's better than anything toronto has. knight is a good defender and a true floor general. just like sam cassel this past season, if you insert brevin knight in the right line up he'll turn that team into a playoff threat asap.
We're talking about Brevin Knight?!?!?! Why? Might as well talk about .270 hitters in baseball.
We talk about him becasue nowadays half of the teams in the league are ran by undersized shooting guards who when asked to run the point don't know when to pass and when to shoot. Guys with all the physical skills in the world who can't control the tempo, and who will overdribble to break down a defense and 5 crossovers later have still not made it past their defender. Brevin doesn't do that. He gets the ball where it needs to be, and in today's NBA thats a valuable commodity. Sorry if you don't see it that way.