That's not entirely fair, but i understand the spirit of the argument. Gordon could not be a basketball player if he really didn't want to be here. He
The hardest part with defensive analytics is determining who is responsible for a guy on the other team scoring. There is no gray area on the other end,
To me, the argument for him opting out goes like this:
Eric Gordon has never had a choice in where he plays as a professional.
I think people who try and dismiss analytics as manipulated voodoo are the people who have never taken an advanced statistics course in their life.
He'd be a fool to opt out and i dont think the environment is toxic enough for him to opt out.
[QUOTE=NMThreeMVP;1296174]Monte and Dirk are more reliable than Gordon and Tyreke. I'm not saying historically Monte is Mr. Reliability, but neither is
If the cap wasn't going way up in 2016, I would say 50/50. Since it is, I say 5-10% chance he opts out