This season, a few teams will be giving good minutes to veterans off the bench. Who will provide the best assistance?
Who can help his team the most?
Tags: Juwan Howard, Polladaday, Shaquille O'Neal, Theo Ratliff, Tracy McGrady, Zydrunas Ilgauskas
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Jermaine O’Neal might be even better
I’m shocked there is no DJ Mbenga choice.
don’t forget juwAn howard as well
You can’t even spell Juwan’s name right?!?!
Shaq is the only one who’s won. So….
Ronny Turiaf will help his team the most. BOOK IT!
it’s just hard to imagine Shaq thriving in a system which preaches defense. I don’t see him defending any pick-and-rolls anytime soon…
Orange @ Turiaf isn’t a vet,neither DJ
I think T-Mac has the most potential to help his team…if he comes back to 70%-80% of old T-mac he’ll be Detroit’s best player. Shaq doesn’t seem to be a good fit for Boston and the other guys are really just average-good role players.
Yeesh. Slim pickins on this poll.
*Abstains from voting*
cosign wayno, just as long as T-Mac doesn’t get buried under some of those ugly Detroit rotations
NONE OF THE ABOVE, BREWSTER
these teams should consider 6 players on the court in order to defeat the lake show. seems super squads are the new craze
i only voted t-mac for wishful thinking. cos we all know how thats goin down…
you can say what you want but shaq is a great addition especially for that veteran’s minimum considering celts needed that scoring on the low block against lakes he’ll come of the bench and create double teams and fouls and will be a force for those 15-20min no matter what happens on those pick n rolls besides come on celts are a great help defensive team
Shaq or Big Z. I wouldn’t go with T-Mac unless he really is feeling better and he should have not picked Detroit.
i’m biased so ZZZZZZZ….
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