- Feb 9, 2010
Jamal Crawford played for 9 or 10 teams in his career. Not a slight on him, he was a lights out ball handler and scoring machine at times, but he might be not the best example for why a team should retain Bones. The biggest challenge for him is similar to Bones’, defensive liability due to his build— very easy to isolate and beat up.I hope Bones doesn’t get traded. Looking at their roster and contracts, he’s got a future there as a main piece if the Nuggets feel the same way. He could be a 6th man and still play 26+ mins per game. Think Jamal Crawford.
If he continues to muscle up and improve on defense, they don’t need a KCP type in the starting lineup. Bones’ inexperience and defense was the reason they brought him in.