Houston sends: Jeremy Lin, Donatas Motiejunas, and Robert Covington
Toronto sends: Steve Novak, Greivis Vasquez, Tyler Hansbrough and Austin Daye
Houston gets rid of Lin's poison-pill contract and picks up Vasquez, the original Mr. Assist, for a team that's fifth-last in assist rate in the NBA and needs a pass-first PG desperately, plus they get Hansbrough (a foul-drawing specialist big) and two shooters. Toronto gets the bench scorer they need who can work with Lowry much the same way Vasquez did, except Lin is better, as well as picking up D-Mo to replace Hansbrough and who should play well alongside Jonas.
A lot of NBA writers I really enjoy can't seem to shake the idea that Lowry is possibly on the move.
Is there a serious case of denial going on? Can they not adapt to new information/circumstances/situations?
Anyways, the latest is Sam Amico: http://msn.foxsports.com/ohio/story/...com:hoopsonfox
Or is it really where there is smoke there is fire?
"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.
As a sidenote, Anthony Bennett has 19 points and 10 rebounds tonight and is playing really great, the best in a recent series of well-played games. We really should've traded for him a month ago.
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