Damn, Dennis Schroder is fed up. Honestly didn’t know this guy had opinions or thoughts about anything prior to this. Figured Schroeder was just happy to be out of Germany and using our free wifi but now he’s using that free wifi to throw shade at the Atlanta Hawks that recently celebrating winning the 3rd pick in the 2018 NBA Draft. Pop bottles.
Here’s what Schroder had to say about his frustrations with Atlanta:
“I will be 25 in September, and of course you want to win a title sometime,” Schroder said in German. “In my prime — 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 — I want to compete. I cannot be second to last in the Eastern Conference. That’s why I will have the talks with the Atlanta Hawks.”
At the end of the day, there’s really no reason for the Atlanta Hawks to keep Schroder on this team during the rebuild. Yes, they have the third pick but they will 1000% have the third pick again in 2019. The Hawks are definitely going to draft their future point guard in the next two years. Free Schroder.
Imagine if Dennis Schroder was the starting point guard for the Cavaliers right now instead of George Hill’s corpse being dragged on a leash attached to JR Smith’s hip. The Cavs would be the Eastern Conference favorites but nope, Schroder is on the Hawks surrounded by G-League players.
Name 5 guys on the Atlanta Hawks. Readdyyyy…GO. Exactly.
Also real quick, I reallyyyy hope the New York Knicks don’t trade for Schroder. Or Lillard. Or Kemba Walker. Or Kyle Lowry. Draft a young point guard that costs no money that doesn’t have a preconceived notion of what playing in New York means (losing).
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