"I defeated your uncle Victarion and his Iron Fleet off Fair Isle, the first time your father crowned himself. I held Storm's End against the power of the Reach for a year, and took Dragonstone from the Targaryens. I smashed Mance Rayder at the Wall, though he had twenty times my numbers. Tell me, turncloak, what battles has the Bastard of Bolton ever won that I should fear him?" - Stannis Baratheon
im not calling him amazing, but I liek what he brings and he is a good role player. I guess I should have said Nash's amazing production and Hill's grit. Whatever, I think he will be a good fit and will make for a good bench player on the team.
Had him on my fantasy team this past year, definitely not consistent and there is no "amazing production". Hill wasn't even the best SF on his team.
Hill's contribution to a team go far beyond the stat sheet, and his value is more in reality than fantasy basketball. That would be a great pick up for LA. His leadership, veteran presence, defense, heart, and intangibles are the type of things you want from role players on team with championship aspirations.
I, too, can't believe he is still in the league, and he is actually making 6.75 million a year. 3 million is too high, but that is just how Basketball goes.
Come on now, let's not be ignorant. There is nothing wrong with Kwame Brown. He is a bust as a #1 overall pick, but there is still a place for a good defensive center with size and rebounding ability in the league. There will always be a place for him on some team's bench. Yea, he was overpaid last year and by my team no less, but he belongs in the league.
Dudley is more athletic and was more consistent offensively last season, but that's about it. I would much rather have Hill on my team before Dudley (and I like Dudley as well, have since he was at BC)
Obviously it's my opinion, I'm not trying to present it as anything other than that. And I like Brown a lot; it was unfortunate he got so little run for Phoenix until late in the season. Was he on a 1 year deal?