.daldridgetnt David Aldridge
Bobcats, Raptors, Blazers, Rockets all trying to sign Reggie Williams, whose qualifying offer from GS was rescinded Sunday. On the HT Blog.
The Williams rumour is interesting because his reputation going back to college has always been an exceptional scorer who struggles to play even mediocre defence. I'm always interested in guys who go undrafted and work their way back into the NBA because to me that implies hard work and character, but he doesn't strike me as the Casey type of player. That said, I like the potential in his game, and I could see him becoming a good off-the-bench scorer.
Has he even received defense coaching in the NBA? Blame it on the system, let's give Casey a crack at him.
Forbes isn't much of a defender either. Point is you have to have a guy or 2 who can come off the bench and still put up points to keep the pressure up. Especially if DeMar was to go down. Who scores on the wing then?
Source: Twitter @Nets_PRNets have waived forward Travis Outlaw and designated him as the teamís amnesty player, Nets General Manager Billy King announced today.
I was just thinking that. I don't think we have any spots left however.
Source: Twitter @WojYahooNBAFor Blazers to sign Jamal Crawford to mid-level exception, they had to use amnesty waiver on Roy. @jwquick has been reporting it all along.
I don't think Butler is a guaranteed contract. He only shows on the ESPN trade machine as a salary of $211k.
As for Outlaw though, I do not want any part of him. He is 27 now. My personal opinion is he is a guy who got paid and retired early - like in the 2010-2011 season.
Alright so let's get of list of the FA's for next year and get this ball rolling
Thanks for the update. I think it's a smart play.
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