Why Terrence should start at the SF position
Potential Starting Lineup:
PG: D Harris: Everyone knows his borderline all-star caliber play, could certainly benefit from another legitimate distributor/creator in the lineup with him to take some of the load off of him and become a more prolific point guard. Hopefully this could also alleviate the stress mentally and physically on Harris as well, resulting in more games played than those of his typical NBA year.
SG: A Morrow: Absolute sharpshooter, but perhaps too one-dimensional in terms of creativity and ability. With Harris AND T-Will creating in half court sets and leading the fast breaks/transition opportunities, there is no question Morrow would benefit greatly -- potentially posting quality starting SG #s and leading the league in 3's -- from two proven ball-handlers/penetrators along side him on the wings.
SF: T Williams: The mini-Lebron and Iggy comparisons can commence! Yes, I agree these comparisons are way too premature... however there is no question T-Will is one of the most versatile young players (1-3 years experience) in the entire league... the one major knock on him? Shooting ability and shot selection... Well, I think it is absolutely valid to argue that with Anthony Morrow and Troy Murphy's excellent long range ability mixed with Devin's decent outside touch, there is no need to stress this anymore. Last year T-Will was running with one of the worst three point shooting lineups in the league where he was literally forced to take more shots than necessary. With an exceptionally improved shooting team around him, and the far improved coaching staff to implement a regimented system, there is no reason to believe T-Will would only improve on his roller-coaster rookie year, given the opportunity to start at SF.
Stats last season as starting SF, 9 games 32 Min/Game: 10.9 PPG 7.3 REBOUNDS 3.8 assists
PF: T Murphy: Our newest Net should not only mesh extremely well with Brook down low in an inside-out bigman kind of game, but again T-Will can help keep accelerate Murph's success by penetrating and dishing.
C: B Lopez: Obviously the rock of our franchise, we have already witnessed the beginning of some beautiful chemistry and excitement when T-Will and Brook are on the court together, as seen from the last two months of last year's forgetful season.
Sixth Man: T Outlaw: Just because we signed him for arguably too much money and far too many years doesn't mean the Nets are automatically warranted to start him to prove his worth. He is a proven spark off the bench however, and certainly is a sixth man of the year caliber player. With a second unit potentially headlined by Farmar, James, Outlaw and Favors... we might have a top 3 bench in the NBA on paper.
Where Do You Want To See T-Will This Season?
Yep, starting SF (69 votes)
Starting SG alongside Devin (110 votes)
Sixth Man providing instant offense and leadership off the bench (103 votes)
Trade Bait: doesn't matter as he will be dealt for a household name star (9 votes)
291 total votes