So to answer your question, if we don't get a top tier guy in return, I'd keep Baron instead of a Sessions.
Joe, there you go making it all complicated again... It's a hypothetical to get your opinion on whether or not Baron is truly worth the money he's paid... Let's say that Boston offers us a 2025 second round pick for Baron. Nothing else involve, just player for worthless pick... You're the GM. Do you take the deal or not?..
Do you say "no" to Boston's proposed trade and go with
A) Baron, Kaman, DJ, Griffin and Gordon plus 16,000,000 to spend going into this off-season to build next year's team
Do you say "yes" to Boston's proposed trade and go with
B) Kaman, DJ, Griffin and Gordon plus $29,000,000 to spend this off-season.
I make the trade.
By the way, this is open to anyone else who wants to answer.
I'd probably do it this year with so many free agents out there and our top 10 draft pick coming.
Unfortunately, it's a little thin in both arenas for pg's. I guess it becomes a situation where we can then do the same thing with a cheaper pg like sessions at 4mil per year and still have an extra 8-9mil to fill the rest of the team needs.
On the other hand, the idea is to build with youth but also to offer the best supporting cast for a Bron or Gay. It seems like the players in the league have a lot more respect for Baron's game than Clip fans...The trade could cost us our chance at Bron.
tough call, if the offer was on draft day and we had a pick available for a Scottie Reynolds or similar, I think you do it.