anyone else getting mad?
i dunno about all of you guys but this constant trade-talk and no deals going down is starting frustrate me...every day we hear rumors about chris bosh, carlos boozer, david west, amare stoudemire, and other big name players going to new teams yet we haven't seen really anything except a trade involving alando tucker...there's nothing we can do its just not been as crazy as we all predicted/thought it would be...maybe i'm being impatient..
yea the waiting is annoying but there is still a month left before the trade deadline and teams like toronto and utah may not want to trade their big men if they think they have a shot to deep into the playoffs, and they still may try to resign them. These are possibilities that will be considered until much closer to the deadline
so you don't think Kris Humphries for Najera was a big deal? Anyways, the big deals won't go down until the trade deadline is closer, that is how it always works. Teams use all the time they have to see how much they can get for a star before they trade him.
so you don't think Kris Humphries for Najera was a big deal?
...uhh no. llperez, two 3rd string power forwards that have already hit their ceilings and both with history of injuries switching places is not a big deal
that'd be like nathan jawai getting traded to washington for dominic mcguire..would you bust a gut over that?
Why would teams rush to decide the future of their franchises? It is one thing to move a piece, but another to move franchise players who make $10+ million. I would be upset if a GM thought that there was a no-brainer decision involving a guy like Amare, Bosh, or West.
I believe that was sarcasm, Taylor.
lol...are ya'll new to the basketball stuff?..this is the norm. sometimes you have a lil more trades sometimes a lil less but pretty much this is the norm
if you don't expect to see a trade every time you watch espn or get online you won't be disappointed. I could hope and dream for a trade that makes my team a lot better but that probably isn't going to happen, to many things have to go right for a trade to happen.