When Lebron James commented recently that contraction would be good for the league because there could be more "superstars" per team, James was clearly projecting his on-going insecurities about his own decision by instead trying to change the discourse into issue of quality control. As possibly the most publicly mediated basketball celebrity, you can tell James, the PR machine, is trying his best to re-establish his market however he can.â†µ
But Warriors beat writers, CSN Bay Area's Matt Steinmetz and Bay Area New Group's Marcus Thompson II entertain, on Twitter, James' suggestion by recommending and wondering how a best of Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors team would look like:â†µ
MSteinmetzCSN Matt Steinmetzâ†µ
How many games would Curry/Evans/Ellis/Udrih/D.Wright/Garcia/Udoh/D.Lee/Landry, Cousins, Dalembert,Biedrins win?
gswscribe Marcus Thompsonâ†µ
That might get em to .500 RT @MSteinmetzCSN: Nice three-man backcourt rotation: Curry/Evans/Ellis. plenty bigs: D.Lee, Biedrins, Dalembe ...
So, how good could this team be? .500? More importantly, who's coaching? Coach Keith Smart or Paul Westphal?