- Jan 31, 2006
Fwiw, I think that they're likely to stand pat until something better comes available either as a trade facilitator now, at the trade deadline, or buyout season. It seems clear that they'll pay some tax for someone who might make a difference, but none of the available guys really meet that standard right now.Can't remember where I saw it but a recent interview with Ime made it sound like he prioritized getting back-up wing help more than another big. With Kabengele signed as injury insurance, C's seem comfortable for now with Kornet as the back-up big (agree that he's fine as our Theis replacement/10mpg guy). I like Boogie but might make more sense to focus on someone like Jeremy Lamb as a wing who would be fine in spot minutes. Of course, given their luxury tax issues, C's might be judicious about signing even a minimum deal.