kmart would be my first option for PF. he'll see he wont get more than the vet minimum. if we lose out on him and maybe barnes, how bout a shawne williams reunion? portland waived him. he can backup PF and SF and we all know he can space the floor
Kenyon Martin is reportedly not willing to sign a new contract unless it's for higher than the veteran's minimum. That makes the news that Martin is interested in signing with the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets a little strange. Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak said it was unlikely that the team would use it's mid-level exception this year. The Nets no longer have that option at their disposal.
Sam Amick wrote:
Kenyon Martin, meanwhile, isn't so lucky. The 12-year veteran was a key reserve for the Clippers, his impact going way beyond his marginal numbers (5.2 points, 4.3 rebounds) for a team that reached the second round of the playoffs for the second time in franchise history. But sources said the 34-year-old power forward is holding up this later stage of the hiring process for frontcourt free agents, with the Lakers and the Nets among the teams he's considering and negotiation leverage seemingly gone because so many of his colleagues seem willing to take minimum deals.
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i heard allen was takin around half of what was offered elsewhere by miami. classic "if you cant beat em, join em" case. he knows bostons 3 centerpieces are too old and slow for miami (yet ironically they shouldve taken out miami based off last series)
i think camby wanted some money, but i still feel he has a strong connection with the knicks. you can tell in his interviews when he talks about the nostalgic part of it, he smiles
I dont know much about Lou, is he better than Birdman?