Originally Posted by kenny817
Lol @ OKC isn't stacked or hasn't been stacked.
The dude currently coming of the bench has averaged over 20ppg 6 times in 11 years...a few of those over 23ppg. Not stacked tho
Dude they traded him for...averages damn near 27ppg right now. Not stacked tho
The guy they decided to keep instead of the guy averaging 27ppg...Ibaka...great mobile and defensive big
To add even more to the stacking...they have the #8 pick in the draft
Definitely not stacked
Again, no statistical evidence. Just ignorant assumptions.
Ibaka is not a great defender. He's average, at best. On offense, he's incredibly inconsistent and has no post game what so ever. He shoots jump shots.
Martin, incredibly inconsistent - his previous years have absolutely nothing to do with this one - terrible man to man defender and even worse team defender - liability on defense
Perkins - One of the worst starters in the NBA - no joke - I think he may be the most worthless - Offense? doesn't exist - defense? Overrated but capable
Thabo - great defender - brings good energy - liability on offense
Fisher - liability on both ends
Collison - over achiever - not very skilled or talented - plays hard
Jackson - Developing young guard - showing great potential - not yet ready to be trusted - poor shooter
Are they stacked? No. Not even close. They are top heavy.
Analyze each player and you'll see. Hell actually WATCH THE GAMES and you will see how much Westbrook/Durant are forced to do.
Explain how they are stacked. PLEASE. And please don't just make assumptions based on names. Post evidence or shut the **** up.