That's his problem. He's got this idea of loyalty. As a superstar he needs to stand up and say, "Hey. Fix this **** or I'm out." As long as Kevin McHale is in charge of personnel, nothing has been done to fix the problem. He's too arrogant to admit it's a roster issue.SeaNet said:Garnett took a $9 million dollar pay cut this season, for the good of the team and the franchise if I'm not mistaken. He's a loyal guy. I think the firing of Flip might do more towards KG wanting out than the fact that Spree and Cassell were asses this year. Nothing is impossible, but I would think that KG will both stay in Minny and not make noise about wanting to be traded.
Perhaps you missed the part where I said more or less just that.HKF said:RJ and Collins for Garnett? Who is Collins? Jason? You could have 10 Collins with Richard Jefferson and that wouldn't get it done. Garnett is an MVP of the league for goodness sake. For Jefferson and Collins? Laughable. You'd have to give up Jefferson, the draft pick this year and next year, Krstic and something else, just to get that deal done.
If the Spurs had to trade their whole team to get KG, it would be worth it.futuristxen said:I wonder if the Spurs would take a shot at KG?
They have a ton of extra players they could spare. With the way Beno has played--do the Spurs trade Tony Parker, a lot of draft picks, Devin Brown or Ginobilli, and Rasho to the Wolves for KG?
Brown or Ginobilli
Sick. Just SICK!
i dont see it happening. Why do you automatically assume they lose spree and sam i am? And even if they do, those guys have contributed nothing this year. They could still have a nice future with KG, Wally and a bunch of other role players. At least they have draft picks for a while now.Keith Closs said:T wovles wont have money to make any significant moves in the offseason,plus theyre gona lose spree and cassel, garnett will demand a trade because he realizes last year was the teams peak.