Originally Posted by SonOfLe-loLang
OK, enjoy Jeremy Lamb and the 10th pick overall.
I'll take the 23 year old proven stud. How is this better for "long term success"
Ill take neither. As I'm not a thunder fan or a rockets fan. Long term success means they kept the players they wanted. Their big 3 is just fine and will be set for years. Multiple draft picks in the future gives them room to do other things than just recieve a really late pick in the rounds. And when you have a GM that knows how to evaluate talent it's even better
I need to see more from him to say he's a superstar. Superstars don't lay eggs in the finals. He looked horrible and was one of the reasons why thunder lost. The other reason was going up against a mad man who was determined to win a trophy. Lebron became Lebron those last 2 series.