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oz_pacer
07-02-2010, 05:35 AM
anyone interested in him? he's athletic could be a starter if we decide to move murphy,
does anyone have any idea on what kind of price he would command?

thoughts?

AlexAustin
07-02-2010, 05:51 AM
He isn't good enough to be a starter no matter how bad the team is.

pwee31
07-02-2010, 11:56 AM
Looks like the Suns threw a nice piece of change at him as well.

http://realgm.net/src_wiretap_archives/67744/20100702/suns_agree_to_$18m_four_year_deal_with_hakim_warri ck/


The Suns have agreed to terms on a four-year, $18 million deal with free agent forward Hakim Warrick, sources tell Marc Spears of Yahoo!

Warrick played with the Bucks and Bulls during the 09-10 season.

The signing likely signals the end of Amar'e Stoudemire's tenure with the Suns.

OakMoses
07-02-2010, 12:26 PM
Looks like the Suns threw a nice piece of change at him as well.

http://realgm.net/src_wiretap_archives/67744/20100702/suns_agree_to_$18m_four_year_deal_with_hakim_warri ck/

Wow. In the past 2 days they've committed $10+ million a year to Channing Frye and Hakim Warrick.

Justin Tyme
07-02-2010, 12:28 PM
Looks like the Suns threw a nice piece of change at him as well.

http://realgm.net/src_wiretap_archives/67744/20100702/suns_agree_to_$18m_four_year_deal_with_hakim_warri ck/


That's a reasonable salary at 4.5 mil a year for Warrick. He's not a starter type player, but he gives you

49% FGA... 72% FT... 4.4 REB... 10 PPG

Trophy
07-02-2010, 12:49 PM
Looks like the Suns threw a nice piece of change at him as well.

http://realgm.net/src_wiretap_archives/67744/20100702/suns_agree_to_$18m_four_year_deal_with_hakim_warri ck/

Wow. Talk about no defense at PF/C for the Suns.

OakMoses
07-02-2010, 12:50 PM
Wow. Talk about no defense at PF/C for the Suns.

They've still got Robin Lopez, who's probably a better player than either of the guys they just gave contracts to.

odeez
07-02-2010, 12:53 PM
Wow. In the past 2 days they've committed $10+ million a year to Channing Frye and Hakim Warrick.

Seems like a little too much for second unit guys, unless they are going to be starters, still a lot of players are cashing in this Summer, and we are "being patient". :-o

tadscout
07-02-2010, 02:45 PM
Seems like a little too much for second unit guys, unless they are going to be starters, still a lot of players are cashing in this Summer, and we are "being patient". :-o

I rather 'be patient' than stupid and give out a horrible contract...

Justin Tyme
07-02-2010, 04:37 PM
Seems like a little too much for second unit guys, unless they are going to be starters, still a lot of players are cashing in this Summer, and we are "being patient". :-o


What's a non-starter whose stats are

50% FGA... 61% FT... 7 REB... 1 AST... 5 PPG

worth?














Bird thought it was worth 12.7 mil for 2 years to a 5 & 7 player with a history of injury problems who ended up only playing 16 games last year. Bird is making some of these GM's signings look good.

BornReady
07-02-2010, 05:06 PM
Seems like a little too much for second unit guys, unless they are going to be starters, still a lot of players are cashing in this Summer, and we are "being patient". :-o

I think they intend on having Hak start? Who else do they have on that position? I guess Robin Lopez, but I'd rather have Hak starting.

Ozwalt72
07-02-2010, 06:37 PM
I think they intend on having Hak start? Who else do they have on that position? I guess Robin Lopez, but I'd rather have Hak starting.

Warrick in no way could play center....he'd be more likely to play some small forward. If Frye is your other starting big....you start Lopez. You almost have to.

spazzxb
07-04-2010, 02:06 AM
What's a non-starter whose stats are

50% FGA... 61% FT... 7 REB... 1 AST... 5 PPG

worth?














Bird thought it was worth 12.7 mil for 2 years to a 5 & 7 player with a history of injury problems who ended up only playing 16 games last year. Bird is making some of these GM's signings look good.

Injurys happen and it is was designed to line up with our other expiring contracts. We can't sign much more than our own players anyway until he expires. A healthy foster helps our team and bigs get paid.

Justin Tyme
07-04-2010, 11:42 AM
Injurys happen


So do blunders. Injuries can't be controlled, but making poor decisions can! I notice you didn't address when Bird gave Foster the extension. That and overpaying Foster is my complaint about the extension to Foster. A 5 & 7 31 year old big with a history of injuries isn't worth 12.7 mil. An extremely poor decision on Bird's part that has come back to bite him in the ***.

cordobes
07-04-2010, 12:30 PM
He isn't good enough to be a starter no matter how bad the team is.

Agreed. Solid scorer, horrible in pretty much everything else. Very poor decision by the Suns.

jeffg-body
07-05-2010, 02:46 AM
No thank you.