His record as a GM is much better than BC's, so I like it.
His record includes:
Getting the max return for Melo
Acquiring Iggy for spare parts
Trading an often injured Nene for McGee (I guess he lost this trade, but regardless Nene is very injury prone)
All of which I think are very good moves. I believe that if Gallinari didn't get injured than the Warriors wouldn't have been able to make it past the Nuggets.
Ujiri will take the next couple days to fully consider the move, but significant momentum has gathered that likely will lead to Ujiri's departure from the franchise that he completely remade into a Western Conference contender, sources told Y! Sports.
The Raptors management might get a chance to interview and hire someone of the likes RC Buford or Pat Riley and some are still going to bring this question up... and with more Raptor fans nitpicking any dirty spot of an otherwise nice painting.
If he gets hired, he will do a better job than BC and the worst of the worst in Rob Babcock.
It has been reported that Ujiri is the lowest-salaried GM in the NBA, earning about $500,000 a year, or half of the league’s average. According to NBA sources the Raptors have offered Ujiri a four-year deal worth about $9 million.