That's another reason why I wasn't too upset about the Renaldo trade, we didn't get really anything in return but I couldn't see him playing a lot on this team, he would be like what Ben Wallace is in a Cavs uniform. You saw Ben for about 10 or less minutes then he was no where to be found on the court for the rest of the game.<TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=6 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=alt2 style="BORDER-RIGHT: 1px inset; BORDER-TOP: 1px inset; BORDER-LEFT: 1px inset; BORDER-BOTTOM: 1px inset">"Frank Isola cites a Knicks source saying that any transaction involving Stephon Marbury will not take place until late September or early October.
The Knicks reportedly prefer to trade Marbury and get something in return, rather than releasing him outright.
In Macau where he is on the Olympic coaching staff, Mike D'Antoni commented on the trade of Renaldo Balkman:
"Renaldo really had no role after we drafted Gallinari, and with the emergence of Wilson Chandler his minutes would be nonexistent," D'Antoni told The Associated Press. "So it really wasn't fair to him to keep him in a spot that he wouldn't play and also gives us an opportunity to clear up a roster spot and move on."
Yall know by now that D'Antoni likes his players being able to shoot, Renaldo just happened to lack offense (duh) he's still a good player in the end.
Starbury on the other hand can shoot and is an all-star player so just waving him would be on the retart level, either bring someone in who can fit in with our lineup or leave him to see how he can flourish, which I know he would.
Where are the Eddy, Jamal, and Zach trades at?