Bibby is far from his best. This is one of the worst seasons I've seen him play. He chucks up perimeter shots, doesn't get to the basket and finish, and the kings as a team are not better with Mike Bibby. How many more years of losing do we have to have? If I lose Bibby to get KG, I have no problems with that.
...i said "At his best" he is an all-star. but yeah he's playing like crap right now. something is wrong with him.
Even having a bad year Webber pulls in close to 10 boards a game and his contract is up in 2 years. Look, my whole point is he was traded for no reason....it was pointless. It made us worse and we still have not recovered, we're even going downhill. You speak of chemistry but Bibby and Webber had more chemistry than anybody on the team now, so your chemistry arguement is out the door. Webber's contract will expire probably before we get rid of Thomas so IMO I would rather have Webber for obvious reasons like...talent. But either way, I could argue my points all day but this thread isn't just about Webber. I was looking for opinions on Petrie, like the drafting of Douby over Marcus Williams. So far I don't see any upside in this kid and Williams is a proven PG. Exactly what we needed.
I was wondering through all of this suffering if anybody had any new thought on Petrie? There's like a month until the deadline, let's see how good this guy really is.
As was said many times: the webber move was supposed to dump his huge contract and get big free agents. We picked up SAR, and Bonzi. We know how one of those guys worked out, and SAR has been an average player. Oh, BTW we still have an overpaid and undersized K-9, and one decent player who puts 100% on the court: Corliss Williamson. Where are the moves? We picked up Mo and Vitaly and Williams, great. Worthless players since they don't get playing time.
I say dump the many scrubs we have and let's get some big name talent in here like Pau. I think we should move Miller back to Indy for Foster. Move Bibby to Philly for Andre Miller, and move K-9 anywhere.