Golden State Warriors Get Something For Nothing

November 16th, 2009 by Jose Salviati Leave a reply »
When getting something for anything that no longer has any value to you, it feels like you've earned it.  Like, selling an old, broken lawn mower at a garage sale that was never expected to sell.

"Umm, ya it's for sale but it has sentimental value to me.  You will have to offer me more than $10" 

Of course Stephen Jackson was no broken lawn mower, he was a valuable piece of the Warrior team that decided to longer be a part of the Warriors.

This choice and lack of desire, however, did make him worth about as much as a busted Craftsman. 

But, the Warriors got the better end of the deal, because Jackson was not worth one, but two, veteran players: Vladimir Radmanovic and Raja Bell.  Unfortunately they had to include promising young guard Acie Law in the deal to make it work which was a bummer. 

But, fear not, both Radmanovic and Bell are in the final year of their contracts.

This is a deal that will help the Warriors now and in the future. 

As for Stephen Jackson, he will likely toil in anonymity in North Carolina, until he forces the Bobcats into a garage sale in a few years.  Bobcats, f ...

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