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PBT’s trade deadline tracker — up to minute news, analysis

Feb 21, 2013, 3:00 PM EDT

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Trade deadline day in the NBA can be ridiculously hard to keep up with as reality and rumor collide. We understand. That’s why we’re here to help. This is our trade deadline day deal tracker — the one place where all the NBA’s trade deadline news and rumors will be. Plus you get our thoughts on everything. This post will be constantly updated throughout the day as the newest information becomes available. Just hit refresh and you will know what we do.

Also, you can track what everyone at PBT, Yahoo Sports and the Comcast Sports Network is saying on twitter by checking out our running NBA twitter feed for the day. That is a great way to stay on top of things.

4:04 pm: We should note that the Utah Jazz chose not to make a move and now have two free agent big men, Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap. They likely are going to lose one of those for nothing now (they probably re-sign the other).

4:00 pm: Golden State did make two small deals at the trade deadline, which is enough to get them under the luxury tax line for this year. They sent Jeremy Tyler to Atlanta and Charles Jenkins to Philadelphia, reports Marc Stein of ESPN. They are getting a second round pick back on both of those. This doesn’t impact the Warriors on the court but it is good for their bottom line (getting under the line helps with the repeater tax in future years).

3:55 pm: Ric Bucher of Comcast Bay Area says it was the Hawks that back out of the Josh Smith trade at the last minute. Bucher put this out on Sulia: “Hawks would’ve received Ekpe Udoh, Luc Mbah-Moute, Beno Udrih and a protected No. 1 pick. Can’t imagine the Bucks are happy having invested so much time in trying to make it happen. Leaves big question now if Hawks can do better this summer.”

3:33 pm: One last trade sneaks in just under the wire at the league office — New York trades Ronnie Brewer to Oklahoma City for a second-round pick, Ken Berger of CBSSports.com reports.

3:18 pm: Josh Smith is staying in Atlanta. This was always a possibility — Danny Ferry wants cap space and flexibility and if he couldn’t get that with a trade he could just let Smith and his $13 million come off the books at the end of the season. That’s what he’s doing.

3:16 pm: From the earlier Jordan Crawford to the Celtics trade, the Wizards also get Jason Collins from Boston. Note to Wizards fans, if you see a lot of Collins on the court it’s a bad sign.

3:08 pm: Charlotte swapped forwards right at the deadline with the Magic — Hakim Warrick to Orlando,  Josh McRoberts to Charlotte.

3:06 pm: Atlanta traded Anthony Morrow to Dallas for Dahntay Jones, reports ESPN.

3:04 pm: Looks like the Bucks and Magic worked out a straight up deal for J.J. Redick — Redick, Gustavo Ayon, and Ish Smith go to the Bucks and the Magic get  Doron Lamb, Beno Udrih and Tobias Harris.

3:00 pm: DEADLINE. A few things may still trickle in, we’re watching for it, but the paperwork needs to already be at the NBA league office.

2:59 pm: The Hawks have pulled out of the three-way talks with the Bucks and Magic, a deal that at one point may have involved a last, desperate attempt to move Josh Smith. So it comes down to the Bucks trying to get J.J. Redick straight up.

2:53 pm: From Joshua Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel: “The Magic are working on a 3-way trade, which would include J.J. Redick. Milwaukee is one of the teams.” That smells of a Josh Smith deal as well, but there are not a lot of details.

2:48 pm: Right up against the deadline, the Thunder are talking about a deal that would send backup point guard Eric Maynor to Portland, reports Marc Stein of ESPN. That makes sense for the Blazers, the question is what goes back to OKC in the deal. There seems to be some weight here as it popped up a number of places. And Stein says this appears to be all but done.

2:40 pm: Report now that the Pacers are out of the J.J. Redick sweepstakes. That means unless somebody swoops in last minute it is down to Philly and Orlando for a possible deal. It feels more and more like Redick could stay the season, but then Orlando gets nothing for him when he leaves as a free agent this summer.

2:30 pm: Just half an hour left until the trade deadline and Josh Smith is still in Atlanta, J.J. Redick is still in Orlando and Metta World Peace is still in his Cookie Monster pajamas.

2:09 pm: The Suns and Raptors have made it official — Hamed Haddadi and a second round pick to  Phoenix, which brings Sebastian Telfair to Toronto as a backup point guard. We’d heard about this one before and Chris Broussard of ESPN says it’s done.

2:02 pm: The trade is Jordan Crawford to the Celtics for the expiring contract of Leandro Barbosa, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. Barbosa is out for the season with an ankle injury, this is simply a cash move for Washington. Crawford can provide some perimeter scoring for the Celtics off the bench.

2:00 pm: One hour to the deadline. One hour left.

1:57 pm: Now multiple reports say that while Jordan Crawford looks headed to Boston, it is not Fab Melo going to Washington. Not sure who else is on the end of that bench the Wizards would want.

1:50 pm: The Miami Heat have worked out a deal to send little used big man Dexter Pittman to the Memphis Grizzlies for a 2013 second round pick reports Marc Spears of Yahoo Sports. Memphis also gets Miami’s second round pick (they swap picks). This creates a roster spot for the Heat to add another body.

1:48 pm: Deal close now for something reported a while ago — Jordan Crawford goes to Boston and Fab Melo comes back to Washington. Marc Spears of Yahoo is the latest but this has been picking up steam.

1:44 pm: Zach Lowe of Grantland makes a good point — we had a couple major deals this year, just they happened earlier than normal. Those are the James Harden and Rudy Gay trades.

1:41 pm: There are multiple reports that the Lakers approached the Cavaliers about Daniel Gibson, problem is what minor role player on the Lakers would you like to take back? Exactly. The Lakers have no assets worth trading.

1:13 pm: The Nuggets don’t like the offers they are getting and will not trade Timofey Mozgov, reports Adrian Wojnarowski. They also are not going to buy him out. He’s just going to have very good seats at the rest of the Nuggets games this season.

1:06 pm: I feel like I am just sitting here humming the Jeopardy theme.

Fact is that the new CBA and luxury tax  have scared teams off and they are not making the big moves this deadline. The owners hoped this would flatten out the talent pool by making teams afraid of spending like the Lakers did this summer anyway. It feels more and more like Josh Smith may get moved and some smaller deals but that’s it. Even Redick may stay in Orlando.

12:59 pm: Josh Smith admitted that it was hard to sleep last night because of all the trade rumors, tweets the Atlanta Journal Constitution. He also said, “No matter what happens Atlanta will still be home. “

12:50 pm: Portland is still shopping J.J. Hickson around but want a first round pick and are not finding any takers, ESPN Chris Broussard reports. Hickson is a free agent this summer and teams that have interest will just wait until then.

12:48 pm: So far a very slow trade deadline, but with more than two hours left things could start to fly. However, the predictions of a slower than normal trade deadline have a nice lead as we make the turn toward the home stretch.

12:43 pm: Sorry Bulls fans, but your team will not be moving Carlos Boozer at the deadline, for anyone or anything (via ESPN’s Chris Broussard, although it is not a surprise). They also are not going to get J.J. Redick. It looks like you will get the same old Bulls, but with Derrick Rose, the rest of the way.

12:35 pm: More buzz that if the Knicks make any move it will be Ronnie Brewer. Iman Shumpert is not going anywhere. He stays a Knick, to the delight of Knicks fans.

12:30 pm: Teams are dropping out of the J.J. Redick sweepstakes like flies. Detroit is out of the running and the Bucks have pulled back. Ridick likes the idea of the San Antonio Spurs — he lives in Texas in the off-season and the Spurs are really good — but they are out according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. The Magic want a first round pick and the Spurs first round picks stink. Pacers, 76ers still in mix, may be others.

11:58 am: Some buzz out there that the Clippers and Celtics are talking again (about what… Kevin Garnett? Not again). Again, coach Vinny Del Negro and some in the Clippers organization want to go into full on win-now mode and try to swing a deal like that for Eric Bledsoe and DeAndre Jordan, but the decision makers are not sold. Chris Paul pushing for it is the one guy who can swing that, but he tried to talk KG into leaving Boston this summer and was told no.

11:43 am: Marc Stein of ESPN says this could happen — Hamed Haddadi and a second round pick to  Phoenix, which brings Sebastian Telfair to Toronto as a backup point. As we’ve said, since the Jose Calderon trade the Raptors need a backup point so there is some logic here. Telfair also is friends with Kyle Lowry and Rudy Gay.

11:40 am: The Boston Celtics are making a trade-deadline run at Tyreke Evans and the Kings are open to the idea, reports Mark Stein of ESPN.

11:34 am: Josh Smith is participating in Hawks practice on Thursday. Take that for what it’s worth. His name still is being passed around in trade talks more than a joint at a Cypress Hill concert.

11:31 am: Multiple reports say the Kings are willing to trade Tyreke Evans in the right deal. Not sure what the right deal would be but that is out there

11:28 am: The Bobcats want to move Gerald Henderson — a solid role-playing guard — but can’t find anyone willing to surrender a first round pick for him, reports Adrian Wojnarowski at Yahoo Sports. If I were a contending team needing guard help to win now and with a pick in the 20s, I’d offer that. But nothing more. Apparently Charlotte can’t even get that.

11:19 am: While there seems to be some buzz out there, the Nuggets have said they have no intention of buying out Timofey Mozgov’s deal. If you want him, you have to trade for him. Miami wants him but lacks the assets to get it done, reports Adrian Wojnarowski at Yahoo Sports.

11:14 am: In case you are watching SportsCenter or some other network talking about it, let me just be clear again — the Lakers ARE NOT TRADING DWIGHT HOWARD UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. So stop talking about it.

11:07 am: There has been some buzz that the Rockets would try to flip Thomas Robinson after getting him in a trade Wednesday. First, they could only flip him if he got to the team and cleared his physical before the deadline, which is unlikely. Plus, they want to keep him in Houston, not trade him, according to Rockets beat reporter for the Chronicle Jonathan Feigen.

10:59 am: What is it with the Bulls owners and their owners hatred of the luxury tax? J.J. Redick would be a great fit for the Bulls on the court, but they are cooling on him because Redick is a free agent next summer and to re-sign him would send the Bulls into the luxury tax, Ken Berger reports at CBS. The Bulls have never paid the tax. Never. And they are trying to move Rip Hamilton now to get below the line this year.

10:51 am: The Bulls would love to move Richard Hamilton to save some money, other teams seem to be asking for a pick to sweeten the deal and the Bulls are saying no, reports Adrian Wojnarowski.

10:45 am: Who is pushing hardest for J.J. Redick? The Bucks, Pacers, Spurs, 76ers according to David Aldridge of TNT and NBA.com. In the Bucks case it might only be if Monta Ellis gets moved (part of the J.R. Smith deal). The Magic will end up taking what they see as the best first rounder of those for him (Sixers?).

10:37 am: Now comes the rumor that the Bucks will not send Monta Ellis to Atlanta as part of a Josh Smith deal. That from Chris Broussard. I would say not to believe much of anything specific coming out of the talks. The talks are certainly serious and going on, but the details will be in constant flux until a deal is reached.

10:34 am: The Boston Celtics and Washington Wizards are having a Fab Melo for Jordan Crawford discussion, according to ESPN’s Chris Broussard. That would give the Celtics some more perimeter shooting.

10:15 am: It looks like the Milwaukee Bucks may be the font runners to land Josh Smith, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports reports. The deal would look something like Monta Ellis, Ekpe Udoh and other players for Smith and Devin Harris.

10:05 am: The Lakers are looking to shed a little salary and are offering Steve Blake, Chris Duhon, Devin Ebanks, Darius Morris for 2nd-round picks, reports Adrian Wojnarowski at Yahoo Sports.

Contrary to earlier reports, the Magic are still looking at Redick deals and have some offers of first round picks, they are just in the 20s and the Magic are holding out something better comes along, reports Wojnarowski.

Golden State is trying to unload some of the guys at the end of their bench to get under the luxury tax line.

9:55 am: Sounds like the Bucks and Dallas have a deal in place to send reserve point guard Beno Udrih to Texas, but it’s on hold in case Udrih becomes part of the ongoing talks between the Bucks and Hawks about Josh Smith, reports Marc Stein at ESPN.

9:50 am: Here is where we stand as the morning tips off:

• The Orlando Magic apparently told J.J. Redick they were not going to trade him. I wouldn’t bet on that. Lots of teams still interested and talking to Orlando.

• It depends on who you talk to and when, I guess. Ken Berger at CBSSports says the Rockets are “involved at high level” in Josh Smith talks. Then Adrian Wojnarowski at Yahoo Sports reports the Rockets appear to be out of the Josh Smith sweepstakes, because Atlanta asking for Omer Asik and Chandler Parsons, which is a pretty steep price. The Rockets will have the cap space to go after Smith (or Dwight Howard, or anyone) this summer as a free agent if they so choose.

• The Raptors are the front-runners to land Sebastian Telfair, reports Wojnarowski. This makes sense, after the Jose Calderon trade the Raptors need some depth at the point and Telfair is out of the rotation in Phoenix.

Andrea Bargnani likely is not moved at the deadline, reports the Toronto Sun. That fits with the rumblings out there, the fact is the Raptors couldn’t get real value back for him. Why? Teams have seen Bargnani play.

• The Spurs may not move DeJuan Blair after all, reports David Aldridge of TNT. That may just be posturing as the Spurs try to get a better deal. If he does stay it sucks for Blair, who has been squeezed out of the rotation.

Ken Berger of CBS brings us another report that the Nets don’t want Ben Gordon of the Bobcats. The Nets really want to get that news out there.

  1. cantonbound13 - Feb 21, 2013 at 10:16 AM

    Who would trade for Duhon? He’s aweful.

    • dacapt704 - Feb 21, 2013 at 12:53 PM

      So is your spelling..its awful.

      And who said Duhon was a star? He can be a solid backup pg on a good team, the article didn’t say LA was demanding a 1st round pick or anything.

      • cantonbound13 - Feb 21, 2013 at 2:00 PM

        I guess you have not watched him play the last couple of years Mrs. Duhon.
        How was my spelling, Mrs. Duhon?

      • dacapt704 - Feb 21, 2013 at 3:28 PM

        @cantonbound

        That was hilarious..remind me to laugh next time. Actually I’m not a woman at all. Just hate to see when people trash guys with posts that have words spelled incorrectly. Silly me for respecting the English language. You got me chief.

  2. jcmeyer10 - Feb 21, 2013 at 10:25 AM

    I can just picture the Lakers players in a yard sale on the lawn of a mansion. They are just sitting on the lawn with neon stickers attached denoting a heavy discount. Teams look for a moment, think about what they would look like on their bench, and walk on by with no regret.

    • ambitoos - Feb 21, 2013 at 10:46 AM

      The Lakers and the Celtics are down right now. Just like all teams they are having down years, but you can bet your rear end that they will both be back to rule the NBA. It’s only a matter of time. They’re both winning franchises.

      • gpatrick15 - Feb 21, 2013 at 10:56 AM

        Up until the acquistitions of KG and Ray Allen, the Celtics hadn’t been relevant since the Bird era. What makes you think they’ll bounce back so soon? You may have a point with the Lakers, though, as they’re never down for too long. They have a better chance at retooling on the fly than Boston does.

      • lmoneyfresh - Feb 21, 2013 at 11:07 AM

        The lakers will be in a real bad place when D12 moves on and Kobe is stuck trying to shoot that team to another title for the next few years.

      • gpatrick15 - Feb 21, 2013 at 11:12 AM

        Honest question: Do you really think Dwight Howard would pass up on an extra year + extra money to leave? It’s a valid question, and his decision would show us a lot of how his thought process goes. Most players would jump at the extra money. Would 1 bad, injury riddled year be enough for him to jump ship? I don’t see it happening.

      • Kevin S. - Feb 21, 2013 at 11:54 AM

        Danny Ainge wasn’t running those Celtic teams for most of the two decades they were down, and he demonstrated when he oversaw the last Celtic rebuild that he knows how to patiently build assets and then spring when the time is right. If he decides to blow things up today, I could see him spending the next three seasons riding out the contracts they have on the books, building assets through the draft, and letting Rondo get healthy and rebuild his value before sending him to one of the teams that will invariably clear cap space for 2014 and then miss out on the studs in FA.

  3. mannyicey - Feb 21, 2013 at 10:35 AM

    The Bucks are crazy if your think Danny Ferry would want Monta Ellis as a part of any deal. You package more bigs and youth, you can have Smith- if their salaries are solid for a couple of years.

    Oh, and Devin Harris looks like the truth, so if you want both you need to throw in more than what I’m seeing on Twitter.

    • dangernearing - Feb 21, 2013 at 12:01 PM

      Dude, who is your dealer and does he deliver?

    • bougin89 - Feb 21, 2013 at 1:36 PM

      Your comment leaves me believing you have little to no understanding of how NBA trades work.

  4. bparmalee - Feb 21, 2013 at 10:37 AM

    The rumors of my Pacers being involved in the JJ Redick offers better not be true. The Pacers have tried to pander to non-basketball fans in Indy and it’s hurt the team. Before the 2010 draft all of these “Pacers fans” wanted Gordon Hayward (a guy that didn’t dominate in a small conference) but thank goodness the Jazz took him. The Pacers took Hansbrough…. he hasn’t been offered an extension for a reason…. then they traded away a pick for George Hill cause he is a “local guy”… now he makes 8 million (Yuck)…. meanwhile we miss out on Kawhi, Faried and Marshon on rookie deals. Then to top it all they draft Miles Plumlee (Mild Plumcantplay) a guy that couldn’t rebound in college. If they trade away another 1st round pick for the pleasure of over paying a guy just because they think the “fan base” will get around him I will be sick. Redick is collecting his stats on a terrible team…. putting up his best year in a contract year (Hmmmmm). Small market teams can not constantly over pay role plays and waste 1st round picks. It kills teams. Sorry for the rant.

  5. ajek23 - Feb 21, 2013 at 10:53 AM

    @ambitoos why would u think those teams will be back yes they are storied franchise’s in two yrs the lakers are done w/o kobe and dh is walking this summer the celtics are done after this year d rose has sat out almost all yr what make rondo think hes gonna come back sooner and kg and peirce are old celtics dnt wanna trade them now but the truth is they should now. Another yr older next yr who wants em no one

    • unxpexted1 - Feb 21, 2013 at 11:41 AM

      I love how people think the lakers are so done. The next big year in free agency is 2014. And when do Kobe, Gasol, and Nash’s contract come off the books…..yep, you guessed it.

      • bougin89 - Feb 21, 2013 at 2:04 PM

        I’m just being picky at this point, but Nash comes off the books in 2015. I get your point though, next year they are in salary cap/luxury tax hell but in 2014 they will have plenty of cap space/flexibility to make major moves.

      • unxpexted1 - Feb 21, 2013 at 3:02 PM

        Good looks, you’re right. I thought nash only signed for 2 years but its 3.

  6. gpatrick15 - Feb 21, 2013 at 10:53 AM

    The Bucks only have 2 players who could headline a Josh Smith trade, and Monta Ellis is the odd man out. The Hawks have a pretty good young PG in Jeff Teague, so Jennings wouldn’t entice them nearly as much because they don’t necessarily need him. I’m not sold on Monta Ellis either, but he’d be more enticing.

  7. jmclarkent - Feb 21, 2013 at 10:56 AM

    The Jazz do a heck of a job operating in secrecy- I want to see the expiring contracts of Foye, Milsap, Jefferson, Bell and possibly Mo Williams moved by EOB!

  8. jcmeyer10 - Feb 21, 2013 at 11:45 AM

    It would all depend on what the Celtics gave up, but Tyfreaky Evans would be a fun addition. I reckon they could keep him in line better than anyone on the Kings.

  9. jeffharwell3 - Feb 21, 2013 at 11:49 AM

    I still say The Warriors move Biedrins, Barnes and a pick to ATL for Smith

  10. gpatrick15 - Feb 21, 2013 at 11:54 AM

    While they’re at it, might as well offload Cousins too. He’ll be the only decent player left on an already underachieving team. Might as well fleece Seatle in the process.

    • lmoneyfresh - Feb 21, 2013 at 12:18 PM

      I wouldn’t put that past the maloofs for one second.

  11. tannethrill - Feb 21, 2013 at 12:58 PM

    So when do the Nets force their move?

    • fventricle - Feb 21, 2013 at 2:11 PM

      nets suck, will always suck

  12. sasquash20 - Feb 21, 2013 at 1:17 PM

    Jazz move Jefferson or Millisap please! I just traded for Favors in my fantasy league believing that you would move one of these 2.

  13. money2long - Feb 21, 2013 at 1:19 PM

    im just tossing this topic out for the wolves, that’s all…simply speculation, and for analytical reasons….

    pau gasol for monta ellis

    • Kurt Helin - Feb 22, 2013 at 1:24 AM

      No way the Lakers would do that.

  14. ron05342 - Feb 21, 2013 at 1:31 PM

    I think the funniest thing ever was last year, Kurt, when you left right at trade deadline buzzer, not realizing that last-minute deals take about 30 to 45 minutes to be approved by the NBA.

    And you missed all of the last minute action. This place was like a tomb. Are you going to do that again, Kurt?

    • Kurt Helin - Feb 22, 2013 at 1:23 AM

      Notice that didn’t happen. It only happened that year

  15. cantonbound13 - Feb 21, 2013 at 2:02 PM

    Get some scoring help for Melo in NY! I don’t care if you trade Shumpert.

    • fventricle - Feb 21, 2013 at 2:12 PM

      Yeah, and then get screwed on defense…we have all the scoring we need, just need to work better, take smarter shots

      We have JR, Melo, Novak, Amare, etc…they can all score, defense should be the no1 priority and the buckets will find themselves

  16. davidly - Feb 21, 2013 at 2:10 PM

    2:05pm: I trade my comfortable seat in a chair for time in the kitchen. The interesting twist about this trade is that I end up back in my chair with a sandwich. Kurt Helin says he doesn’t see this happening, but it’s a done deal.

    • Kurt Helin - Feb 22, 2013 at 1:18 AM

      I didn’t think you had the guts to go with the hand-cut turkey with the brown mustard but I was wrong, you pulled it off.

      • davidly - Feb 22, 2013 at 2:48 AM

        Looks like the last laugh is on me, though; it turns out it was 33% horse meat. Or maybe the last laugh was on the horse. Either way, I’m feeling a little… sluggish.

  17. readysethike - Feb 21, 2013 at 2:27 PM

    how did the celtics trade an injured barbosa for jordan crawford?

    you can’t even trade an injured player in 2k13

    • Kevin S. - Feb 21, 2013 at 2:31 PM

      Cuttino Mobley says ‘hi.’

  18. j0esixpack - Feb 21, 2013 at 2:48 PM

    Damn – you gotta hand it to Ainge. He needed a backup guard who can score and he got one.

    All for the high cost of an injured player with an expiring contract.

    • raidmagic - Feb 21, 2013 at 3:02 PM

      Great trade for the C’s

  19. dangernearing - Feb 21, 2013 at 2:53 PM

    That makes sense for the Blazers, the question is shat goes back to OKC in the deal.
    >>. I almost shat myself reading this!

  20. dangernearing - Feb 21, 2013 at 2:55 PM

    2:09 pm: The Suns and Raptors have made it official — Hamed Haddadi and a second round pick to Phoenix, which brings Sebastian Telfair to Toronto as a backup point guard. We’d heard about this one before and Chris Broussard of ESPN says it’s done.
    >>>
    Barbosa has an ACL injury, right?

  21. gopokes0714 - Feb 21, 2013 at 3:04 PM

    wait! who is shat? and can he run the point?

  22. gopokes0714 - Feb 21, 2013 at 3:14 PM

    OK, it wasn’t a typo. OKC literally got shat for trading Manor.

  23. Distinguished Male - Feb 21, 2013 at 3:52 PM

    Wowow super surprised Utah sat on their hands this time around. What is the freaking point of having 4 stud power forwards (Enes, Millsap, Favors, Jefferson are all true PFs imo).

    I’m especially upset because I have Millsap on my fantasy team. Change of scenery woulda done him (and the Jazz) some good. Wonder if their asking price was just too high.

  24. cmrose12 - Feb 21, 2013 at 4:19 PM

    The Utah Jazz will have cap space now, which is arguably better than making a trade. They can now sign free agents or do a sign and trade with a team that is paying luxury tax. A a Jazz fan I am mad that there was no trade, but patience was apparently the best tactic. I would not say that they will get nothing out of Al our Paul; that will be determined this summer.

    • 00maltliquor - Feb 21, 2013 at 5:40 PM

      That first sentence you said is very, very true, but…….it only really works when you got a team/city players want to go to. But then again…money talks. Who was the last big FA signing y’all had? Carlos Boozer? Ummm…….

  25. 00maltliquor - Feb 21, 2013 at 5:43 PM

    Worst trade deadline I can remember. I knew it was gonna be bad and I even called it out, but man, this was weak.

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