Kwame Brown: The Player Miami Needs To Sign Now More Than Anyone Else

July 14th, 2010 by Benny Vargas Leave a reply »
Barring a miraculous return by 40 year old Alonzo Mourning, the Miami Heat have a glaring hole for a defensive minded center. I know Kwame Brown is widely regarded as one of the worst all time NBA first overall picks. He has been ridiculed for having stone hands and being a virtual bust.

Michael Jordan for all his greatness may never out live the obvious mistake of investing a franchise altering pick on Kwame. Tyson Chandler, Eddy Curry, Pau Gasol, Joe Johnson, Samuel Dalembert, Zach Randolph and Tony Parker are just a few of many first round picks in 2001 who have had much better careers thus far than Kwame.

Still with all things considered, there is no better available center for Miami to sign than Kwame. He would serve as a defensive minded center that can help the Heat handle players such as Kendrick Perkins, Andrew Bynum and Dwight Howard.

This is not to say Brown is any where near as good as those players but he has the frame capable of at least going up against them. Kwame who is 6'11" 270 would be able to physically match up with the leagues most imposing center Dwight Howard who is 6'11" 265.

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