So the Grizzlies didn't extend a qualifying offer to Hakeem Warrick, which means he's likely on the market and probably for cheap. The Suns still have some exception money laying around. I'd be all for them pursuing him, I think.
He's not really a great fit, but he does have a solid offensive game and he can dunk impressively. When motivated he's a decent perimeter defender but he's too little to guard any real post players. And he doesn't rebound too well. Remarkably, he's like a poor man's Travis Outlaw (and what a poor man that must be). Alternatively, he's like a Bill Gates's version of Taylor Griffin. Plus, he'd probably be ton of fun to watch in our revived SSOL offense in which we hope to win by scoring 154 ppg (and giving up 153 ppg). In a sense, he's an ideal Suns player: all offense, very fast, mediocre defense, no rebounding.
So what do you think? I'm all for embracing our true identity because if we're going to go down, I'd like to go down ridiculously.
Should the Suns make a lowball offer for Warrick?
Heck yeah! 250 ppg or bust! (143 votes)
No way! The Suns should actually try to be good at basketball. (67 votes)
I don't care either way, but I do think it's important to note that Michael Adams took 8.5(!) 3 pointers a game in 1990-91 and only made 29%. (34 votes)
244 total votes