Where does Jrue Holiday rank in your list of offseason priorities?
Probably in the middle. We really need a solid power forward and at least pursue a star.
He’s not a guy I think should be anywhere near the Pacers’ offseason priorities list. Let someone else pony up the big bucks.
I don’t think he rates at all for the Bulls. Presuming they exercise their Rondo option, which they almost committed to in their end of season press conference, they’ll be capped and have multiple point guards.
For the Lakers, this question is not so simple. Personally I would love to have Jrue in Los Angeles at the right price, but with questions about Paul George and overweight contracts, Jrue has taken a hit from LA’s perspective. He is someone to consider, but unless some things change, probably not high up on the target list.
I haven’t heard Holiday’s name around the Kings, but a point guard is a priority for the team. However, the realistic choice for a facilitator, in my opinion, would be to either re-sign Darren Collison or Ty Lawson and possibly draft a guard in the NBA Draft.
This is a difficult question to answer. Jrue Holiday would be the perfect point guard for both the triangle offense and the New York Knicks. Thus, it’d be fair to put him at No. 1. However, the Knicks have a Top 10 draft pick that many believe Phil Jackson will utilize to select a point guard. If that happens, then Holiday may not make the list at all. The answer to this question: it all depends on what happens on draft night.
The point guard position is worry #1 for the New Orleans Pelicans. No question. Jrue Holiday is likely the guy atop that last for the Pelicans. His priority is high and will be the very first decision New Orleans makes, when it comes to this upcoming offseason. What they decide upon him will have a major impact on what this team will look like next season.