I agree w aespurs on Danny. Honestly, I don't have any concerns about Ayers or Marco fitting in. I think that story line will be an ongoing development as it is for all first year Spurs. As long as they are in rhythm and producing consistently by the All-Star break, it's all good. Same with Baynes.
To me the real story lines are Maggette, and the battle between Mills, Joseph and De Colo.
Guys you KNOW are going to play game one regular season: Parker, Green, Leonard, Tiago, Duncan, Manu, Marco, Boris. That's 8. Then you have Bonner, Ayers and Baynes at the 4/5-and that's 11. If Maggette makes the team, he plays with 2nd unit behind Kawhi, that's 12 and none are backup point guards.
Then you have 3 guys: PM, Joseph and De Colo.
We have a math problem. Someone has to wear the suits and sit behind the bench with plantar faciatis (sp).
And this summer there was a LOT of smoke related to the Spurs looking for a backup pg and a vet big. Lots of smoke.
So....I'm thinking 2 of our guards and one Matt Bonner get shipped in due time. Right now, let the guys fight it out-see what happens, but no way De Colo gets sent to the Toros and PM or Joseph join Bonner in wearing suits behind the bench.
Something's gotta give.
danny greens bullet should be changed. over two games shooting 2-5? last time i consulted mathematics thats 40%. its a small sample size so should it even be seen as an issue? most of dannys shots are assisted meaning that if he isnt shooting he isnt being found or used as much. i think what should be focused on more should be that against phoenix he only shot once but had five (5!!!!) assists in very limited minutes. he may have only shot once but he still contributed, especially in an area that he didnt contribute last year
@JeffProjectSpurs I don't know that he is necessary at this point. We have plenty of ball movement and firepower. I don't know what kind of trade we could include him in, but the way it's going he's going to be rotting on the bench this season.