It seems pretty odd that the one guy, none really expected to get felt into our beloved canyon now to help Uncle Steve to climb his way backup to the NBA Finals, oh yeah ! ( A la pauly style) <-- Didn't get that? it was an imitation of the famous Character Pauly D , for more info watch Jersey Shore, not really it sucks...whatever.
I was watching the Draft and i got really excited of all the things that occured, nothing really went as it was supposed to, i think the Cavaliers made a horrible mistake but anyways, Phoenix Suns got the Markieff Morris with #13 pick, and some will say we should have drafted a PG or SG , but im pretty sure everyone was thinking " It could have gone a lot worst"
The truth is Markieff is a great fit for Phoenix, he can play hard nose D and he can get offensive rebounds, he can shoot middles and he can shoot 3's, he is not a passer, but he can Pick and Roll, it would have been stupid to pick the shooter/versatile one instead of the rebounder/defensive one, for more info adress to 2010-2011 season.
However, i dont think he is the answer to all our backcourt problems, in fact the situations gets harder now, let me explain:
"You cant rest on the shoulders of a Rookie to hold a team, you cant neither hold on Warrick's shoulder , can we ? -Who knows?" Babby
So i'd go this options to solve backcourt problem
Numero1, Frye goes back to play C and Warrick gets to play starter, Morris backup, Frolo gets traded to get _________________ <--- fill the blank space with s SG, Lawal goes D league.
But we could also do this :
Numero 2 , trade Warrick and Lawal + VC, oh god yeah, for another starting PF, Yoshy Smith?
Both ways seems good to me, i know im prolly the only one who thinks Warrick will get better, but we could really trade lopez right now and we wont suffer any stepback.