Originally Posted by Jose_TheGenius
i agree with that tweet. Curry's always been showing something good in the beginning of seasons to just do nothing later on (look with Miami). Powell has been an NBA vet for a few years and, with minimal coaching from what he's said, he's been pretty decent. it seems the Spurs are high on him because they're teaching him Duncan's bank shot (per Jeff Garcia on Project Spurs) and that's a lot of coaching to just cut him.
i personally think we keep Powell.
Those are fair arguments for Powell. Curry may end up being valuable and break the cycle of being a slacker but if history is any indication, it's tough to break a 10-year habit of coming out of the gate strong and fading as the season rolls along.