Dillion is okay so far because he plays hard and is in on defense. He is a value pick considering where he was drafted, but let's be honest he ain't a "I'ma gonna turn your franchise around player". I know you are high on Rabb because of his G-league numbers, but again has he played with the big boys yet to show that he can produce consistently? Even if the two works out and are real contributors to the team going forward, that is ONE good draft in over a decade. Tyreke and Green are no-brainer, low risk type moves. He's done and cut lots of these guys that turned out to fair better elsewhere, James Johnson, H. Whiteside, etc. Wallace has no real plan or talent evaluation capabilities at the very least does not have the vision of seeing it through so it's throwing stuff up on the wall to see what sticks.
Yes, Wallace has made lots of lateral moves. With the length of his term there is no way he hasn't found an acorn here or there. There is however no real direction of the team unless the direction was to ride the core 4 until the wheels fall off which is what has happened. Constantly letting value walk to make one more push in the playoffs, constantly trading away draft picks for one year rentals all to push for that first-second round out in the playoffs. This slide into the playoffs and seeing what the core 4 can do has caught up and with his track record, I don't want Wallace leading the team into the future. It is by no means an emotional response. If anything, it has been a long bottled-up response.