Did coming out publically saying they would not buy him out and he would not return kill a trade? I think it did. There are about three teams that need a PG and are interested in Tinsley, but they are calling the Pacers's bluff. They know the Pacers are desperate to move Tinsley and are going to wait it out because they can't beleive a team would pay a player that they don't want. The Heat want to rob the Pacers by asking for a lst round pick with Tinsley, the Nuggets want cash along with Tinsley, and the Warriors are the most stubborn acting like their is no one on their roster worth Tinsley. All these teams are pulling the Indy's card, because of the Pacers public blunders.