I'm not sure any convincing can be done based on past history or even on the merits of hardwork. This is just something that MU has to evaluate and make a decision on. What's great (for the 'against' side which I am also part of), is that Masai starts fresh. He will likely go through the same process as we would, from the objective side, by looking at past history, and by looking at career trajectory. The side that say "b-b-but he works really really hard" is hopefully non-existent because MU is not the one who signed him to that atrocious deal, nor the guy who drafted him.
To me it's a no-brainer that if you can find someone to take DeRozan and will give you in return something of value, then you do it.
Do you guys think the Bucks took Antewhatever to trade to us after july 10th?
the more i think about it the less i get why they picked him, and wasn't Ujiri supposedly trying HARD to get into position to get him?
"Championships are what we live for, now lets go win them."Tim Leiweke
Basketball has clear winners every night --except at the draft, which is all homework, politics and chance.
And Martin's still getting overpaid
put it this way, i'd WAY rather take Martell Webster's 22 million/4 year contract than Martin's contract. At least with Webster i know what to expect. 3 and D.
This has to give a glimmer of hope to Raptors fans. The Clippers went from the longest-standing-laughingstock in all of sports, to this. Come on MU!!!
"I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can't accept not trying." - Michael Jordan, G.O.A.T.
Plus they're run by Sterling who's still a crazy racist
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