Originally Posted by ihatetimthomas
Very True. I honestly wouldnt trust Kaman to play an entire season or Camby for that matter. I just assume that it wont be as devastating as last season. Maybe Jordan worked on his game a lot this off season and takes away minuted from them. Camby is getting pretty old and is not a part of the future
Judging by his Summer League play, DeAndre is moving in the right direction. He had many good statistical games, and seems to be learning proper form and right locations to be on the court at different times. At the very least he doesn't look as raw as last season.
As for Camby, if he can stay healthy, he could be a great contributor to the Clippers. Last season he had some stellar statistical games, in some even having 4+ blocks and a few 20+ rebound games. The Clippers has a good amount of offers for him at the training deadline, but im sure that Mike sees him as more than just merely an expiring contract. Sad to say his production potential seems much better than Kaman's... so I guess, he can sort of serve well as insurance... again assuming he can fight of the injury bug..
I would love to sit here and say 'hopefully Kaman has gotten his head on straight' but its been a good while now of waiting for Chris, and he remains considerably regressive. The Clippers need a center that can make good use of quick interior passing from Baron and E.Gor... and recalling last season, Kaman is not adept at thinking quick and being aware and prepared.
The Center position has me the most worried since every player is a mystery as to what they may delivery.. I wouldn't be surprised by any extreme of great or horrid...