Yes please. The kid is one of the better backup PGs in the league.
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how could you have a high asking price for a guy coming off knee surgery and supplanted by an inexperienced 2nd year player?
don't get me wrong, i'd take a flier on him if i needed a pg (i think the lakers are actually ok with nash and blake), but still...
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I'd take sebastian telfair or maynor in a heartbeat if it means getting rid of Blake/Morris/Duhon/whatever trash we have at back up PG (although Blake has played better as of late, it's only a matter of time before he goes down again or starts sucking agian)
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based on the high asking price comment i'd rather take a run at telfair with the disabled player exception & see if the suns bite. then waive morris asap.
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