Hey all, new to this forum. Milsap probably most resembles Kurt Thomas. I could see him posting similar numbers. Maybe not a Barkley, but still a good option and definitely worth the second round nab. Probably will make Isaiah regret having wasted a first rounder on Renaldo Balkman.
Welcome the forum cantdunk. I think this Millsap kid is gonna make alot of teams look silly for underestimating him.
You'd think NY would have taken him if what they wanted was a rebounder. I knew he was a rebounder but I didn't know he was that effective on offence as well. I hope he forms a good rotation with Okur and Boozer. Seems like we are descent in the Swing / Power forward department. Anyone.......
I gotta agree with ya lowblok, and with the lack of dominant centers in the league today smaller lineups are having more success. A decent center would be nice, but I like this teams current makeup. Our only real question is at SG, and I believe that will work itself out.
Looks like Millsap is the beast that we were hoping he was. Just never thought he wuold be this GOOD early on. Clutch minutes from a Rookie under the coaching of Jerry Sloan.....Just can't get use to it...
Not that I'm complaining.......How good will Millsap be?
I hope that His form will help elevate AK's game back to an All-Star type calibre when Andre returns from injury. It's gotta suck being a starter sitting in street clothes on the sideline when your team keeps winning and the Rookie keeps producing.
Are we sure they drafted Millsap from college or did they have him playing overseas for a couple of years!!