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I don't think we need to improve our Center position as much as others. Having a perimeter shooter and a elite PG would help us more. Along with better bench productions. . A three headed attack at Center is suffucient. TC, Diop or Nzar then maybe Kwame Brown off the scrap heap.

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I don't think we need to improve our Center position as much as others. Having a perimeter shooter and a elite PG would help us more. Along with better bench productions. . A three headed attack at Center is suffucient. TC, Diop or Nzar then maybe Kwame Brown off the scrap heap.

We're going to need another center once one of Chandler and Mohammed get traded this offseason because of their expiring contracts. We've got a pair of injury-prone centers making $12MM and $6MM in the last year of their contracts, so center is a spot we need to upgrade. Hopefully we can dump Chandler's $12MM and bring in Haywood, who offers similar production to a healthy Tyson Chandler and would come cheaper. We'd be dumping $12MM, adding a fraction of that for Haywood, and keeping the rest of it to combine with other moves to improve our team.

Maybe I'm the one that's wrong, but I think too many people are thinking of this team as a finished product with a couple adjustments needed, but I think that's really far from the truth. Gerald Wallace is the only player on this team that is even slightly untouchable, and it wouldn't suprise me if he was the only starter left from this season's team once the 2010-2011 season starts.

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Yeah why is there no love for Nazr. He was clearly our best Center this year. If it wasn't for his injury he would had still been starting over Theo.

That's why. His body simply can't hold up to the wear and tear of being a starter at this point in his career. I'd much rather trade Chandler than Mohammed though, Nazr is the cheaper player and showed life as a post presence off the bench last year.

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Maybe we can get Primo Brezec back.

The Slovenian Gangster!

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Seriously I wouldn't mind having Hermann back. If he could understand LB's english, I think he could have turned into a real baller.

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Ham Biscuit is the one that traded Hermann.

Yep, traded two expirings for a contract the Bobs are still struggling with.

Hermann had a Boris Diaw skill set but without the issues about aggressiveness. He could have been a serious contributor.

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We're going to need another center once one of Chandler and Mohammed get traded this offseason because of their expiring contracts. We've got a pair of injury-prone centers making $12MM and $6MM in the last year of their contracts, so center is a spot we need to upgrade. Hopefully we can dump Chandler's $12MM and bring in Haywood, who offers similar production to a healthy Tyson Chandler and would come cheaper. We'd be dumping $12MM, adding a fraction of that for Haywood, and keeping the rest of it to combine with other moves to improve our team.

Maybe I'm the one that's wrong, but I think too many people are thinking of this team as a finished product with a couple adjustments needed, but I think that's really far from the truth. Gerald Wallace is the only player on this team that is even slightly untouchable, and it wouldn't suprise me if he was the only starter left from this season's team once the 2010-2011 season starts.

I am pretty sure Tyson contract is a PLAYER OPTION. At 28yrs old and a reputation for being injury prone he is not gonna warrant 13million on the market. He is gonna take the GUARANTEED money. I can safely say i am not one of those that think the team is a finished product.

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Looking for a pure scorer? Anthony Morrow should come cheap, even as a restricted free agent, and averages 16 points per 36min. Not only that, but he's a career 46% 3-point shooter. He's also a Charlotte native and looks to be a young player that could have a big breakout season if put in the right situation.

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