Originally Posted by westofyou
Guy doesn't play well enough both ways to be worth the money
I'm always leery of not-terribly-prolific high scorers on bad teams. Basically they get run out on every PP and they're constantly fed the puck and they don't really have to do any work in the corners or get back. To Nash's credit, he's willing to hit and go into the corners, but he's not the lights out scorer they traded for and will be paying for a very long time.