Rich Cho - their GM - used to work with Sam Presti. Cho's strategy for the Cats is the exact replica to OKC strategy.
So I'd be surprised if the Cats give up a young talent in Mullens for an expiring Big Al.
12-22-2012 11:04 PM
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Originally Posted by NUMBERICA
According to the author, this is why. I agree with the author; he makes a really great point about showcasing both Big Al and Millsap and the inevitable trade of one or the other. It should be Big Al. Millsap's passing, hustle, improving outside shooting, and somewhat passable defense makes him a better complementary player for the future core of Favors/Kanter/Hayward (and maybe Burks if the FO wakes the F up).
The Utah Jazz where Diop will have a career year and look to get one last big contract. Go Corbin!
Cy is a Baker, he doesn't work fast food. Don't make that mistake, he doesn't like it.
How much is that per year?
Originally Posted by MoTown16
Are you sure it's not a 7 yr deal?
Does this mean Corbin is going away from his various experiments and back to Jefferball?
Put some respeck in my paycheck
Jazz would be better off just letting Al expire than take on Ben Gordon's 12 million this year and his 13 million next year.