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Jose Calderon should stay + Free Agency insanity

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With players acting like high-priced escorts, the two days of free-agency has left many in a bit of a sour mood, myself included. What ever happened to loyalty? The biggest free-agent of our generation, Michael Jordan, didn’t start shopping himself on the market after the Bulls lost to the Magic in the Eastern Conference Finals in 1995, nor did Isaiah Thomas, Larry Bird or Magic Johnson.

Rudy Gay and DeMar DeRozan - teammates soon?

Chris Bosh doing a documentary on being a free-agent

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More ammunition for those who think Chris Bosh’s love affair with media attention gets to be too much. Bosh is doing a documentary about being a free-agent, which is scaring off some teams from signing him. Bosh has responded to the criticism. Follow @raptorsrepublicFollow @CornerSniperShare this:

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Miami Having Second Thoughts on Bosh?

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Ric Bucher from ESPN News has heard from people within the Heat organization that they are having some second thoughts on Bosh. Read more here. Follow @raptorsrepublicFollow @DocNaismithShare this:

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The Houston Rockets Want in on the “Bosh Sweepstakes”

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Marc J. Spears from Yahoo! Sports’ has heard from a source that the Rockets are offering Ariza, Battier, and free agent Luis Scola to other teams in hopes of acquiring either one of the two big name free-agent PF’s Amar’e or Bosh. Follow @raptorsrepublicFollow @DocNaismithShare this:

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Toronto Raptors Morning Coffee July 2

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According to team sources, Toronto has the parameters of five or six sign-and-trade scenarios worked out for Bosh but is waiting to hear from him on where he’d like to play next season.

Rudy Gay and DeMar DeRozan - teammates soon?

In The Land Of The Blind, The One-eyed Man Is King

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I’m very happy that Amir Johnson is returning to the Raptors, but let’s start with addressing the “overpayment”. Don’t get me – or anyone else who is opposed to Colangelo throwing out money like it’s of the Monopoly type – wrong, but does one season of averaging 6.2 points and 4.8 rebounds warrant this kind of money, or is this contract based entirely on potential and not proven worth?