I think it is quite clear that we have depth issues at the 3 and 5 spots. When Jeff Foster is sidelined our need for a better backup center is glaring. I respect Amundson's effort on both ends of the floor and his rebounding. Nevertheless, he tends to commit quite a few bonehead fouls and insists on trying to score despite his inability to do so. Despite reports that Fesenko was going to sign with Golden State, he is still a free agent. His reported deal was a one year, 1.07 million dollar contract. I'm not sure what made the deal fall through but we certainly have the cap and roster space to sign him to a similar contract without hurting our future plans. Honestly, I don't know that Fesenko would really be that much better than Amundson. From what I remember of him he excels at defending the rim but is offensively challenged to say the least. I suppose the thing that makes him worth considering is his size. He's listed at 7'1/ 280, so at the very least he would give us another giant and allow us to keep a 7 footer at our rim for the majority of the game. It's certainly a luxury to be able to complain about your 11th best player, but here we are, and my question is: Does Fesenko make us better and is it worthwhile to pursue him?