It's fair to say that opinions are like backsides...everyone has 'em. I believe there are some that feel so strongly about their opinions, it becomes hard to accept someone elses or the fact that agreeing to disagree is not such a bad thing.
I think it's safe to say that the JR Smith threads have run their course. There isn't anything else to say that hasn't been regurgitated a hundred times by the same people - you know who you are, lol. Both sides have made your case, now lets wait to see what management does!
Now, I will say, in genereal, I would rather leave the SG position as is, with Morrow starting and get a back up for him than getting someone who is a career benchplayer and tying up money, AGAIN, in another failed conversion project. I think we can all agree that, though we would like an upgrade at the position, we know Morrow is not the liability at that position that Outlaw is to his. We can live with Morrow starting - heck, he's had some really good games for us. I 'm not looking for management to sign a "potential" starter just because he may come cheap. We have already had the "misappropriation of funds" happen last year with Thorn and his signings.
If we can land/spend money on a SF that will run, shoot, defend,slash and finsh, with the addition of a couple of tough, quality bigs and swing guys - a shooter and a defender, we be looking pretty good next year.
With regards to our starters (assuming Hump is resigned), we are a really good SF away from really competing on a nightly basis. If we could land a Granger, maybe even a J. Smith for the SF and we shore up the bench,we're in the playoffs.
What are your thoughts? Please try to stay on topic and remember, it okay to agree to disagree. Let's not take 30 back and forth posts to figure it out.