Larry Riley has show that he really has no clue what he's doing after the first few moves with the Golden State Warriors. His best move so far has been the drafting of Stephen Curry and saying no to a proposed deal to bring in Amare Stoudemire.
In the offseason the Warriors did have some decisions to make in regards to the roster including going out and bringing in a big men. The big man that was brought in for the Warriors during the offseason Mikki Moore.
Also, since the Warriors had a glut of guard they needed to get rid of some and instead of bringing in a big man in a trade for one of those players he brought in two point guards and a small forward.
Stever Kerr of the Phoenix Suns is in the running as well. He like Riley did not bring in a big man. There signing was Channing Frye who is a capable player, but isn't much of a rebounder.
The Suns let go of Shaq and really didn't bring in anyone to take his place. Kerr had the ability to bring in a coach like Avery Johnson, but instead kept interim coach Alvin Gentry instead. Kerr also extended the contract of Steve Nash so he can finish his career in Phoenix. None would be considered a smart move.
Chris Wallace is the general manager of the Memphis Grizzlies. He did make some noise in getting Zach Randolph in a trade and signing free agent Allen Iverson. Not too bad of moves though.
The problem is that Wallace wasted the number two pick he had in the draft on Hasheem Thabeet. Thabeet is a major project who's going to take three to five years before he even becomes a decent player.
When Wallace could have drafted a player that would have made an immediate impact for the Grizzlies.