id wanna break the rules as well....duncan for foster/dd....could be fun with a lineup of jo/duncan/artest/jack/tinsley.....
which is what the spurs were thinking when they tried to sign jo a couple years ago...hmmm...duncan/jo/bowen/manu/parker.....that woulda been scary...
if i have to play by the rules.....the upgrade duncan would bring over jo isnt worth it in my eyes...i think manu over jack might be a bit more noticeable...though not much....thats the whole point i think....we match up very well with the spurs....
Manu, without a doubt.
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Is "any of them" too general an answer?
subtract Austin, add Robert Horry!
I like the Austin for Horry switch.
Duncan's a great player, better than JO. But he didn't look great against the Pistons, just like JO didn't.
Give me Manu for Jax.
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I'd take Duncan over JO as my switch because Duncan is going to make the other players around him better moreso than JO. So upgrading that position upgrades other positions as well.
Also, taking another Spurs player I'd be afraid that playing with JO instead of Duncan that player might lose some sparkle (assuming playing with JO could freeze or regress that player's game).
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The biggest upgrade would be Manu for Jax.
But I would go with Duncan. Anytime you have a chance to get the best player in the league you have to take him.
I haven't been so impress by Parker this season. I don't like his decision making and think that he has atendence to play out of control. (Not that Tins is any better in that regard, I just don't get excited thinking what if Parker were a Pacer.)