I know he has played on bad teams his whole career and has had been labeled with a bad attitude, but the guy where ever he goes does his thing. While I know he is not a franchise player by any means, he is easily a top 5 2nd option to a star player in the league. Cleveland should have went after him over Shaq because he would compliment Lebron so well. Other championship contending teams should have went after him also.
Zach was a good guy from the start he just got frustrated come one imagine playing in NYC with Curry Marbury Crawford, and isiah thomas as their coach Crawford was at the same place as Zach. They ad bad coaching and all wanted to display their skill of scoring. Well Zach and Jamal are rejuvenated, but top 5 2nd option for star player is pushing it 2 far.
When he was in Portland he got hit with the bad attitude label also, ever since he emerged after winning the Most Improved Award
Zach has always been good, but playing on bad teams your entire career tends to make you go unnoticed often, and great 2nd option? I think hes a better 3rd option on a championship caliber team...
if he is your third option you've already won the championship
you're absolutely right, and if he was a 3rd option on any team they might as well cancel the NBA season b/c that team would be just too good.