Bryan Colangelo Has Meticulously Planned His Own Assassination

March 29th, 2010 by Robert Misovic Leave a reply »
Bryan Colangelo has always been a consensus guy, allowing those around him input in decisions he ultimately has to stamp his name on.

He's made numerous mistakes over the past four seasons, but it is a little displeasing that he's been making the same mistake repeatedly, failing to learn, continuing to give the benefit of the doubt to anyone and everyone.

Since 2006, when the "new Chris Bosh" surfaced as a statistically preoccupied, high maintenance prima donna, I've been writing that it would be best to move him.

Colangelo kept giving Bosh the benefit of the doubt. Is it insane to think that had he traded Bosh last year when the writing was just as clear to those around the team as it is today about Bosh's intentions, that he may have netted a far higher return for his disgruntled and disinterested star player?

No, instead of listening to the various people saying this, Colangelo crippled this franchise further midway through last year by making a wink-wink deal with Turkoglu while he was signed with the Magic to come to Toronto in 2009-2010.

But does one not wonder about the character of a player who would make such a ...

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