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Reportedly he will ask for a trade if he doesn't see his minutes increase. He was offered to 3 seperate teams for players such as Abdul Wahad, R.Patterson, and L.Murray. All 3 trades were rejected by those teams but it still looks like Anderson's days in NY are numbered. Isiah Thomas is ridding of anyone left standing in the old regime, which is a great thing. All of Layden's failures will finally be out the door soon. Anyway I got this info from today's NY papers, what do you guys think on the situation?
 

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That's great, ask for a trade. Usually players with absurd contracts who are grossly overpaid, and thus can't be traded don't have the power to ask for a trade. No one wants him.
 

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He has been unfairly chaind to the bench. He is our best perimeter defender and our only athletic swing man. For the life of me I don't see why Thomas/Wilkens don't like him. I get the feeling Lenny just wants to play Zeke's boys which is why he is heavy on Penny & Moochie.
 
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