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If Bledsoe wants out, hey why not. Irving and Bledsoe would be like a Dillard\McCollum backcourt. We need more scoring and experience.Smart, Yabu and a pick. The Suns need someone who Will play defense anyway.
Quote from: KGBirdBias on October 22, 2017, 05:45:19 PMIf Bledsoe wants out, hey why not. Irving and Bledsoe would be like a Dillard\McCollum backcourt. We need more scoring and experience.Smart, Yabu and a pick. The Suns need someone who Will play defense anyway.I would do it.I don't think Bledsoe's best days are behind him. I still think he's an explosive two way guard, that can in the right situation put up astounding and stellar numbers, and why he was once deemed the nick name: "Mini-LBJ."Bledsoe would help mitigate the loss of Hayward, with his two way presence, and scoring presence. The problem with Kyrie and Bledsoe, is they are both sub-par passes, and I believe Smart is coming up in the books as a potential great playmaker in the future. If Smart could at least shoot the league average of 34-35%, he would be the perfect guard to put in Steven's system. But unfortunately, while this isn't a LSS, Smart isn't exactly doing too well... He's off to another woeful 27%. And once again, his shot selection isn't going to be any better, with Hayward out, and less offensive options on board to score.
The Suns just fired Watson so Bledsoe will probably be staying put now.