Jodie Meeks was brought in to be one of the focal scorers on our bench and to be able to take time off of Kobe's minutes because of his scoring capability.
While he stayed on point career average wise he seemed to be a letdown in general to fans who deemed him as inconsistent, streaky and one dimensional.
Andrew Goudelock started the pre-season on the team but obviously seemed to have a lot of things he needed to work on.
Went down to the D-league and got trained specifically on being a point guard and a combo guard and added more elements to his game, won D-league MVP and scored 20 points in his first playoff game and first playoff start, and then subsequently followed it up with a 14 point game though shooting percentage was lower than would be desired.
But he showed versatility in finishing at the basket and getting shots off the screens and seemed to have a broader horizon of things to offer than Meeks on the offensive end.
Many would like to see what Goudelock could do on the floor with a Steve Nash or a Steve Blake or even a Kobe Bryant as it seems Goudelock can be more than just a spot up shooter(which is all Meeks seems to be) and was touted by Ron Artest as the "second best scorer on the team" with Kobe being the first.
Goudelock would also undoubtedly come cheaper.
So what would you guys do? Keep and develop Goudelock for next year and let Meeks go? Or do you let Goudelock go and hope Meeks has a better year next year?
Edited by Majesty, April 29, 2013 - 06:45 PM.