"I think this guy has a great future in this league. He's going to be more of a 4 that can step out and hit the jumper" - TNT Broadcast team.
I never thought about it like that before, but given how this season has gone, would it be too risky to allow Granger to be our starting 4 next season? I actually like the idea. I mean, I think he's already a better rebounder than J.O., a better 1 on 1 defender, and not a half bad shot blocker.
This would allow us to put JO, Tinsley, and or Jackson on the trade block to improve our back court.
I think this would be a great direction to go in, not to mention we could keep Peja and play him at his natural position [assuming he wants to stay]. If Bird is really wanting a Euro-ball style, I think this may be the way to go.
[NOTE: I still don't want to trade Jack. Just let him be the 6th man]
What are your thoughts?