By the end of the season, Theis wasn’t really a floor spacer anyway. Practically Rondoesque in his ability to turn down a wide open three. Set good screens, move the ball, rebound. Scoring is a bonus. They have plenty of spacing in most lineups they will put out.
He will be 36 in February, I’d just as soon feed Grant all those hypothetical minutes and try to find some upside with the MLE, but if it’s short on years then whatever, we are settling firmly into a 4-6 seed squad either way.
None of the contracts under discussion were uniquely bad, and the talent coming back would clearly have been usable. Now they have a gaping hole in the roster, particularly with regards to playmaking and secondary scoring, which they have more or less no way to replace aside from having...
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