After seeing Ammo score 42 points, I realized just how valuable a player who can hit an open three really is. Even if Morrow is one dimensional, he can contribute in a great way if he's paired with a great player who can get him in his sweet spot, unguarded. There's one player who benefits the most from that.
The reason he can manage to score so much, as you all know, is because he's with Dwight. If he's on any other team, he may very well not be able to produce as much. We know this, the Magic knows this. They also know that if Dwight leaves, Anderson won't be as good. So where can the Magic get maximum value from their second best player, who can produce only when paired with a dominating big man who can guard and score effectively on the paint? Answer? The team that has Dwight Howard (Andrew Bynum? smh). Which means that unless the Magic grab a center similar to Howard (they won't), they're better off trading Anderson for value. And like someone once pointed out, Billiy King shouldn't be an *ss and leave the Magic with nothing. My question is this:
Is it worth gutting our roster (giving up morrow, hump, lopez, brooks, and 4 picks) for Anderson, Turk and Howard?