He had a pretty good summer league .......Why isn't he signed?
Were would he fit?
toronto, phoenix, miami
Toronto doesn't really need him they have enough players as it is
Phoeinx has nash starting and really trust Dragic as their potential future PG......But this could be the best option
Miami......Well he did have a stint with miami but they have other options.
chris quinn, and roko ukic, goran dragic are the backups
actually ukic got traded yesterday.......their back up is jarret jack
as i said miami is looking for other guys......tinsley and iverson are in their minds
and dragic is phoeinxs future....they have hopes for the kid
Dragic isnt good enough at any aspect of the game to be a starter really, except he's quick. He's a backup PG level passer, he plays weak, isnt a real good shooter, and he is a poor finisher around the rim.
I think Smush Parker is a player without a position. He isnt a true PG, but he also isnt a SG. He's not even a true combo guard. He is a average/below average shooter, passer, and ball handler so he isnt going to get alot of looks in the NBA. He is a good defender though from what I saw in the summer league, he's the only player that made Brandon Jennings look out of his element for a whole game (he made him make plays with his right hand).
Smush isn't that bad he had 2 good years with LA from 05 to 07.
05-06: 11.5 ppg, 3.7apg, 1,7 spg
06-07: 11.1 ppg, 2.8 apg, 1,5 spg
He should have a backup role in the league in my opinion. His defence alone should get him a contract
new york. he could backup duhon
Thats true he had 2 decent seasons in LA, but look at those assist numbers. Not what i want from a point guard. Plus he bashed Kobe Bryant in the media when he was out of the league saying the Lakers didnt advance because of Kobe. That loses my respect pretty quick when u diss the best player in the league, and ull be lucky to stay in the league. But anyways, yeah I think he could maybe come in and be a solid back up pg, someone who comes in and pushes the ball. Plus he has really good height/strength to play pg