this coming season will be pegged as a rebuilding year as well. Whatever we do this summer- it will be difficult to get to the level of Orlando, Cleveland, Boston or Chicago. Paraphrasing Joe D, we could continue to put ourselves in a position to make it to the Conference Finals or we could rebuild and give ourselves a legitimate hope at a championship. The Mullens promise rumor just got me thinking that Joe is looking for next summer to make his splash. Why not just ride Mullens into the lottery next June? Get a high pick, save your cap space, build for the future, and put yourself in a position to get a high profile player next summer. We could add a player like Channing Frye who after his rookie year I thought could be an All-Star. He seems like the sort of underappreaciated player Joe D would be interested in. Gortat could be an option at center. PG- Stuckey, Bynum SG- Rip, Afflalo SF- Prince, Sharpe, Washington PF- Frye, Johnson, Maxiell C- ?, Brown, Mullens, Plaisted Sometimes you have to lose in order to win. Take a step back to take a step forward. Kiss some frogs, to find your prince. Ok maybe not that last one. While I don't mind the idea of signing a couple of players like Gordon and Boozer and then trading Rip to find a center...I don't like the idea of letting a suspect free agent crop force you into making decisions.