Tuesday, April 01, 2008

what a bummer of a season ...

As posted on Blog-a-Bull:

Boylan doesn't think it's time to change the rotation in favor of the younger players...Even when the Bulls are officially eliminated from playoff contention, Boylan didn't sound as though he's planning to make drastic changes in playing time.

This summer is going to determine Pax’s future as GM, but if he can’t get Boylan to play Ty and Sefo major minutes once we’re out of the playoff hunt, then maybe he needs to be canned before he deals with revamping the team this offseason.

I’d like to see a lot of Noah, Ty, Deng, Sefo, Kirk together for the rest of the season. And Noah, Ty, Noce, Deng, Hughes as an up-tempo second line. Seven of our last nine are against playoff teams, so the remaining games should be useful for evaluating lineups.

In my mind, Noah is our five for the next ten years, Gooden is solid at the 4 for next year, Deng at the three if he agrees to something like $8 million a year, and a lot of questions marks beyond that.

What’s Ty’s role? Can Sefo start at the 2? Can Kirk function better playing with a big guard like Sefo or Hughes? Can Gordon be a scoring point? Seems like there’s too many moving parts right now, but I hope we can package the pick, Noce, and Gordon or Kirk for a legit point or 2 in the offseason.


Blogger Hot Shit College Student said...

Roles would be a lot easier to define if the Bulls had a coach who would actually play the best players. Is there really such a thing as 'legit' without a normal rotation?

8:25 AM  
Blogger T Dizzle said...

First off Boylan needs to go. I agree with Noah at the 5, Gooden is not awful at 4 I believe Deng will resign. I like Thabo at the 2 better than Hughes. I thought that Thabo was the big guard we needed so Kirk could flourish? If we played Kirk and Thabo all the time I think we would be okay. I have no clue why Ty did not get more time once the trade happened I thought that was the point

9:07 AM  

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