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Darko to Heat?

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Darko to Heat?

So, the Darko experiment in Minnesota appears to be coming to a close. The question now is, will someone snag Darko off the waiver wire? Or will The Super Serb hit the free agent market where the Miami Heat can add what David Kahn once described as "The next Vlade Divac or Chris Webber" to The Super Friends? Imagine, Miami could have 4 of the top 5 picks of the 2003 draft. LMAO. SMH.

Hopefully, he will make his way back to Europe so we never have to hear of him again... Is it safe to call Darko the biggest bust of all-time now? I realize there have been Kwame Brown and Michael Olawakandi who were #1 picks that didn't amount to much, but look who went around Darko... LeBron, Melo, Wade, Bosh... and Darko went before 3 of them! LOL


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It's not impossible the Heat

It's not impossible the Heat have taken on similar lost causes like Eddy Curry who at 6'11" couldn't keep himself in the league and found himself without a job for a while...at least Darko has remained in the league his whole career.

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Interesting Fact

This would give the Heat picks #1, 2, 4, 5, and 51 (James Jones) from the 2003 NBA Draft.

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Miami already has enough

Miami already has enough useless centers

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see it

see it

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This would give the Heat

This would give the Heat picks #1, 2, 4, 5, and 51 (James Jones) from the 2003 NBA Draft.

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“Playing with a player as

“Playing with a player as talented as Dirk Nowitzki, Chris and myself are used to having the best defenders guarding us and that’s no longer going to happen,” said Brand. “Dirk is one of the greatest, so we’re looking forward to exploiting match-ups, taking advantage in the low post or wherever Coach has us. We expect to be able to exploit those match-ups with Dirk out there with us at different times. … Chris and I played for five or six years together and some of the sets we had, he would pass me the ball and I would score (laughing). I’d like to continue that tradition here.”

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Of course, it doesn’t hurt

Of course, it doesn’t hurt for a couple of people on the team to feel like they have something to prove, and while none of the new Mavericks have championship hardware, two in particular come to town feeling like Dallas is a place where they can prove their past critics and detractors wrong.

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“One thing about it, you know

“One thing about it, you know we have the Lakers game one,” said Mayo. “We don’t need to do too much talking, but I think after that game, I believe Mavs fans will be excited and have big smiles on their faces, and that’s what it’s all about.”

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In the rumored Iguodala

In the rumored Iguodala scenario the Raptors would have had to part ways with promising guard DeMar DeRozan, third-year forward Ed Davis, guard Jose Calderon and a first-round pick.

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“This is Dallas. We compete

“This is Dallas. We compete for championships here.”

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The Nets would love to see

The Nets would love to see Blatche come off the bench behind Brook Lopez and give them another strong presence in the paint on both ends of the floor. If he can do that, he could turn out to be one of the real steals in this summer’s free agency crop. Considering the Nets don’t have another true center under contract, this is a very real opportunity for Blatche to get his career back on track.

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