Originally Posted by exit7
What do you have to go on other than stats? How he looks?
Bottom line is that his numbers were bad on a bad team, how does that lend to the fact that he would be good on a good team? Kwame brown is not better than splitter, so why trade for him and risk disrupting our chemistry?
If you have nothing else to go on other then stats then you should learn the game. If Browns numbers are bad then so is Blairs and it lends to the fact that if Blair can get mins on the Spurs then so can Brown. Brown and Splitter are not the same kind of players so I wont go there. Why risk the chemistry? I dont know why dont you ask Blair and his off the court words.