By all means. Another lottery pick who needed some time to bounce around and get his bearings in the league. He has value and should be had on the cheap. Much like T-Will, let's load up on guys like this.
He and Rondo would be magical together. We don't need to be pulling a Carl Crawford on Josh Smith.
this might be an accurate call. wright's limitations have never included physical ability and being a good enough athlete. it was always about motivation. a number of observers noted that intensity and effort are what limit his performances.
he was picked #8 in the first round of the 2007 draft and he just set career highs in minutes (18), points (8.5), and rebounds (4.1).
these are not exactly great numbers, but they are his best numbers after 6 years in the nba.
if if if if wright has decided to use his ability and play to his potential then he might be a great pick up for the celtics.
here is an interesting article from draftexpress about wright when he was in college.
"March 27, 2007
In what is usually the case for Roy Williams’ supremely talented youngster, Brandan Wright once again showed flashes of downright amazing ability against Georgetown this afternoon. ... But at the same time, there were also rough patches. He struggled to finish several times in the second half, and couldn’t contain Jeff Green to save his life
... But the real problem came on the defensive end, where Green abused him in pretty much every imaginable manner. Whether it was poor awareness that led to backdoor cuts and easy points, [or Wright's] lack of foot speed on the perimeter, and absolutely no physical intensity or toughness..."
From DraftExpress.com http://www.draftexpress.com#