Posted: 3/3/2012 2:26:37 PM
I don't care who is "on the block" or anything about that.
I don't understand Sparkys reasoning of "he was on the block and this was the best offer I got", still doesn't make it a good trade.
Sparky loses both shooting %'s, loses 3's, loses turnovers and steals. Gains blocks, rebs and a little poins and very little assists.
Manram gains both %'s, 3's, turnovers, steals while losing blocks, rebs (which doesn't affect his team really), small points and assits.
The trade just doesn't make any sense for Sparky IMO, it's his team. He wants to finish out of the playoffs thats up to him.
sidenote: I don't swear by the rankings in basketball, I value the AVERAGE stats and rankings more, of which Paul still crushes the other two.
sidenote: Blakes average ranking is higher than his totals ranking, plus over the last 30/14/7 days his rank is much higher. Uinlike Kama and Rondo whos average rank is just as bad as their total ranks.