"He's got the proportionate strength of a paralyzed spider!"
therealdeal wrote:Real answer: he's got the relative health of an ant with a broken leg in the anteater exhibit.
In all seriousness, I think we should just cut Nash since we are eating the contract anyway. Even if he did play some, we're most likely not going to the playoffs, so why waste precious PT on an old gator with nothing left in the tank.
Waive him (so he can go to a contender and maybe win an Adam Morrison ring, or do a farewell tour in Toronto) and use the extra roster spot as a trade buffer for the deadline...then, if it doesn't get occupied in a deadline deal, sign a young prospect for the rest of the season and see what happens. Bada Bing, Bada Boom, Betty Boop!
The End is nigh. Time for a total Cut and Shuffle. Kobe contract was a mistake...time to avoid making more. The future is here, whether we want it to be or not. An era is over, but for the death rattle, and it's time for the cycle to begin anew. Growth and change are scary and painful, but alas...nothing worth achieving comes easily.