- Jan 13, 2019
These days a poor man's Horford (perhaps destitute in the case of Fernando?) is probably more valuable than a rich man's Kanter. Fernando can move better defensively than Brown and has some "switch" potential so that's meaningful. We've seen what Moses Brown's value is. He's been a thrown-in in trades for a reason. When you can pay Kanter--who is still very good at what he does--the minimum it shows you there isn't much room in the modern game for old-school centers.