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    Default Re: Skip Bayless, ESPN page 2: western GM considering offering an all-star for Ron

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    Well, Donnie knows the situation, so if he were to trade for Rashard, I'm sure he'd be willing to pay him when that time comes.
    No way in H are they going to pay him 13+? Million per..................

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    Default Re: Skip Bayless, ESPN page 2: western GM considering offering an all-star for Ron

    Like I said before...

    Doesn't he have a strained relationship with the Sonics which could be the main reason he would want to opt out?

    So who says he would opt out if he was with the Pacers?
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    Default Re: Skip Bayless, ESPN page 2: western GM considering offering an all-star for Ron

    The San Antonio Spurs -- until this week easily the NBA's best team -- now have to worry about facing Artest's team in the Western Conference playoffs and Riley's in the NBA Finals. Yet both these moves have been underestimated because of two media-driven stereotypes: Stan Van Gundy, "good guy." Ron Artest, "bad guy."


    12/27/2005 at Spurs - SamBear - 3

    1/2/2008 vs Memphis - SamBear - 19


    4/9/2014 - Luis Scola also recorded a season high with 24 points and Evan Turner added 23 for Indiana.

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    Default Re: Skip Bayless, ESPN page 2: western GM considering offering an all-star for Ron

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    Opting out of 10.5 million dollars a year. F'ing unbelievable..................
    Definitely. Who would give him a max deal? At that time he would be going into his 10th season at 28 years old. Granted he has a better chance of a long-term payoff then rather than playing the last two years of his current deal and being a FA at 12 years and 30...

    It just seems to me his best chance for a pay-day has come and gone.

    BTW, according to RealGM, right now he is the 37th highest paid player in the NBA. Allen is 26th.

    (Totally off the point, but interesting to look at the Pacers #s...
    JO = 6th
    Austin = 65th
    Bender = 79th
    Artest = 86th)

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