therealdeal wrote: lukewaltonsdad wrote:
Davis are redundant ttttherealdeal wrote:Available cash is helpful the way we're trying to rebuild. If Hill earns a new contract, we can give him one. If he doesn't we can move on. Good for finding pieces to build around instead of giving a lot of guaranteed money to somebody we don't trust.
I think Davis could end up hurting Hill's chances of getting a huge paycheck. Davis might not have the same kind of motor as Hill, but he's a better shot blocker and still a proficient rebounder. Davis could end up being the bargain of the summer and could be the young guy we give a contract to.
Hill and Davis are redundant, IMO. I am betting that Jordan will be shopped this trade deadline just as he was last year when he was rumored to be going to Brooklyn. A contending team may need another productive Big; GS is a team that comes to mind. If
Who are you quoting?
Also, Hill's contract has a de facto no trade clause in it so we can't trade him without his permission. If he's shopped, he'll only go to the place he wants to go.
I was quoting you, bit I've been posting on my phone and at times, it has a mind of its own. On topic, I'm aware that Jordan would have to approve where he would go; more than likely, it would have to be a contender that would have a need for him and where Jordan still has an opportunity to receive minutes. I'm just pointing out the possibility of moving him which I think we will explore when he's eligible to trade, IMO.