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Watching him play in the Bay Area.....he is not very good if he is relied on to be a starter. But as a backup SF....DunDun would be a pretty solid backup player....even a good fit as a 6th man. He would be a good offensive punch off the bench if given 20+ minutes a game.

You just have to ignore that he is completely lost on the defensive end. But if we got used to that with Croshere...then we can get used to it with DunDun.
i couldnt agree more...hes at best a 6th man....to contemplate him as a starter when we have one of the top 2 small forwards in the game is just something i want no part of....

there is no way you go from one of the best to a quality backup and be as good....certainly not with this team....

like i said...u go from instant title contender to instant also ran...