About FFV. He has literally nothing else to prove. He has a ring, he has played himself into a huge payday. Sure he might end up in a crappy situation where the coach/team sucks but if I am getting paid 25 million a year, that is the least of my worries. I got my ring. Sure I might want another but most players don't even get a chance for 1. I have secured my family's future, my future and the rest is just gravy.
As much I like him, you have to ask yourself. Do you see FFV doing what Lowry did in the Boston series? Do you see him picking up our guys, shouldering the load? Lowry is almost impossible to replace but FFV is not the heir apparent.
sf1 wrote: ↑ we have always talked about how deep the bench is for the Raps,
so I am a bit disappointed not because we lost, but we didn't try different sets of lineup to counter.
Theis was having easy buckets everytime Kemba and Tatum dish it off in the paint, and the Raps did not do a thing to counter that play after play.
None of the bench players were utilized during this series, when some starters were obviously struggling to find their rhythm.
Jefferson, Boucher and TD would have provided some needed energy on offensive boards, rim protection and 3 point shootings.
Stanley was under utilized the entire season, not sure why. This guy is strong and got some PG skills, can play on both ends.
he once said at the end of the day it's bout making money, in his undrafted video.
Teams can trade players in a heartbeat when they see a good deal for them,
so it makes sense players just do what is the best for themselves, it's just a business after all.