He's like the strapping kid in baseball's minor leagues whose far-off exploits fuel fans' hopes. "If he ever got ahold of one," seemingly knowledgable fans gush. "If he could only hit the curve ball," others lament. If, if, if ... wudda, cudda, shudda. That's been the story for Stromile Swift since he was drafted behind Kenyon Martin, but the Nets seem willing to take a risk on his--and others'--raw athleticism.