Spurs got Aaron McKie and Cory Alexander McKie looks pretty solid as a defender wing.....he is injury prone and inconsistent, but happy with all other aspects of his ratings. Cory Alexander doesn't have the great passing/handles to be a true point...but has a little size to maybe be a combo guard. I think he'll stay on the roster
Cavs got Greg Ostertag and Chris Whitney Ostertag is as advertised.....a huge body and plugs up the middle and plays good defense, for as long as his fouls hold out. (We have a logjam of these guys in Clv) Whitney is another PG with so-so pass/handle...and is too small for SG...but he can stick as well for the Cavs
Man, I really wanted Donyell Marshall to be at 1-13 for Spurs and then McKie to Cavs. Not sure if he will play in Sac with Jayson Willams and Robert Horry and Antonio Davis and Kevin Gamble already at forwards.
Spurs: Cs - Ralph Sampson, Marcus Camby, PJ Brown; PFs - Terry Mills, Larry Nance, Gary Trent; SFs - Bruce Bowen, Aaron McKie, Willie Burton; SGs - Drazen Petrovic, Jaren Jackson, Cory Alexander; PGs - BJ Armstrong, Haywoode Workman, Chucky Atkins
For Portland, Snow looks about what I expected. Should be a good career backup who can fill in as a starter when needed.
For Philly, bot Michael Smith and Corie Blount look like they could contribute off the bench. They look good enough to give me confidence to pull the trigger on the Manning renouncement, knowing there's a couple more guys who might be competing for minutes at forward.
I think Bucks will have a solid team pillar to build around with Webber. Also happy with my 2nd round pick Hoiberg , he is a decent defensive guy who can also spreadout the defense with his solid outside shooting.