It doesn't surprise me that he is opting out. I believe teams will be active in free agency to land him. This could potentially set up a pretty good draft because team will try to clear cap space out to land Lebron. If i'm Jordan, why don't we try to get in the mix?
...because of that stare down dunk that LeBron gave him in the Bobcats playoff game this year.
Delhomme and Beurelein's passing stats are so similar that you really have no choice but to base your judgement upon the more prolific winner. I really can't even understand how it's debatable if you take into account the most important quantifier of a NFL QB's proficiency, wins. Steve Beurelein could not have made Mushin Muhammed the best receiver in the NFL (stat-wise) in 2005, let alone finish a season better than 8-8...Delhomme had 10, 11, and 12 win seasons. Make sense?
I loved White's game coming into the draft last year and I think he CAN be an awesome NBA player if he can get his head right. That being said, I have no idea why the Sixers released him, but they did.
Then there's Seth. I wasn't really a fan, as I thought he lacked the ability to create space coming into the pros, but he could be an outstanding spot-up shooter. Then he spent all summer saying he was going to sign with us when healthy and then chose the Warriors over us. Now he has been released as well.
Do you want either guy? And do you see them helping us?
I liked White's game as well at Iowa State, however in the NBA I foresee him being a total bust due to his relentless pursuit for special attention regarding his 'generalized anxiety disorder'. He may actually need special attention for mental health issues because one doesn't simply jeopardize potential fame and fortune due to the selfish demand for an unprecedented amount of 'accommodations'.
I would be down to pick up Seth Curry; the more shooters the better for this Bobcats team. However we would have to cut one player to make room...Seeing as Haywood and Jefferson are currently injured, we can't justify cutting a big man right now; So looks like Janerro Pargo is the odd man out in my mind.