Zach Lavine should come off the bench

anotheridiot

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ITs not who starts, its who finishes.

Just continue to wonder why they signed Thad Young for 3 years after finally seeing what Gabbert brings. I guess we move him to a contender for some late first round picks?
 

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I think Thad is better utilized in the post . He is not a consistent three point shooter . But I agree to a trade for picks or a consistent scorer.
 

RacerX

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OP - I've been saying for 2 years that Zach's sweet spot is as a 6th man on a competing team.

Zach belongs on the Sac Kings, he is the type of player that's a volume scorer and kills the ppg stats on shit teams.

Dunn also belongs on a shit team.

Wait....they're both on the Bulls roster tho.....
 

Raskolnikov

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The Bulls play better as a team when Zach Lavine is out of the game.
Its a great point and easy way to ensure the second unit wins alot, while limiting an injury prone players minutes a bit, and allowing him to increase effeciency.

Team defense would benefit, second unit would benefit, Lavine might even benefit. I think he would win 6th man of the year and probably draw attention to a contender in that roll. He would look great in L.A. in that role if he didn't cost so much, but be able to get Lebron some much needed rest.
 

RoseMVP1

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With how this season has gone, I wouldn't mind a Zach trade and throwing Coby into the starting lineup.
 

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