Sunday, February 10, 2008

AK-47?

This seems like a pretty solid deal, although that contract gets awfully hefty down the way.

God do I want Ben Wallace to exit my life.

5 Comments:

Blogger Hot Shit College Student said...

bleh. Kirilenko is as much of a power forward as Nocioni. I'd rather watch Ben Wallace sit in a lawn chair under the basket until his contract expires.

10:41 AM  
Anonymous Pete Segall said...

It'd be easy to get seduced by the idea that Kirilenko might actually be a productive addition but with that contract we'll be seeing [name your favorite young Bull] [it better not be Duhon] reach great heights in another uni.

The most reasonable trading partner mentioned so far would have to be the Nets and their slew of expiring deals and Marcus Williams, but I've got to believe that at this point they'll be just as eager to offload as we are.

12:21 PM  
Blogger BenGo07 said...

Yeah, I think one overpaid tweener forward who can't rebound is enough. Kirilenko's contract is arguably the worst in the league, and it's not like the Bulls have a good track record with Russian players who are awesome in international ball.

The Knicks deal being thrown around for Q, Malik Rose and Fred Jones is more enticing to me than this.

1:29 PM  
Anonymous pete segall said...

Richardson would pretty much be untouchable for the remainder of his contract. Maybe DePaul would take him back. Speaking of which, adding Wilson Chandler to that deal would let us throw in Duhon. Now that Marbury's got those Stage III shingles.

3:40 PM  
Blogger T Dizzle said...

I like AK-47 however his contract seems pretty large. However are we going to be able to keep Gordon and Deng? I think that Gordon sees his role differently than management does and will want a huge payday.

6:08 PM  

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