Radmonovic or Thomas? They're basically both inept. They're both examples of why I'm NOT in favor of giving long term deals to players who have "proven" themselves after just one season (or if you're someone like Isiah Thomas, over the course of one playoff series). Especially if their level of play occurs during a contract season.
If I had to compare the two, I would say Rad has more strikes against him since he thinks of himself as a starter. Not realizing that his game should be based more on being a Sixth Man who can come off the bench and provide instant offense through streaky shooting. Tim is a better rebounder and has some interior moves -- though both players play matador defense. Also, Tim Thomas signed for one less year and less money then what Vlad asked for from the Clippers, so I'm thankful we went with Tim instead.
And for you Kobe Lovers out there (and they're aren't many here ), don't feel sorry for him for the team he's on. Kobe won't admit it, but was responsible for many of the trades the Lakers were involved in. Kobe wanted Vlad on the Lakers. Kobe was calling Vlad daily promising him a better future, a starting position. So now Kobe has Vlad as a teammate.