Now that the clippers have Griffin coming in, they are probably going to embrace the youth movement as much as possible. They want to keep Camby's expiring contract to get some flexibility so it seems like Kaman has to be the odd man out, and he can probably be had for Mike Miller's expiring deal and the 28th pick. I know this kills our cap situation a little bit, but if we draft a stud young point guard, and get Kaman as our 3rd big, then we have a pretty legit rotation:
SF: Brewer/Gomes/whoever we draft at 18
PF: KLove/Big Al
C: Big Al/Kaman
Assuming every one comes back healthy next year, I think this is a team that can win 40-45 games. Brewer can always take the tougher wing matchup defensively (the kobe's/D-wade's) and you can hide foye defensively a little on whoever is the lesser threat. Our big rotation looks as solid and versatile as just about anyone in the league with K-love on pick and roll's, big al the beast on the block, and Kaman the defensive specialist. Plus, with curry running the pick and roll with K-love, Al on the block, and Foye posted up behind the arc and Brewer hidden away safely on the weak side ready to make a baseline cut, that sounds like a pick-your-poison situation for opposing defenses. Anyone have any thoughts on this?