Why Isn’t Andris Biedrins on the Trading Block?

December 18th, 2009 by Khalid Shakran Leave a reply »
The Golden State Warriors own a 7-17 record (including a recent three-game skid), while their 69-year old coach is getting more paychecks piling up congratulating him on his tremendous efforts for building a losing squad.

Consequently, it's fair to claim that every player on the roster is under scrutiny; including the man of the show, Monta Ellis. There's not much debate there.

However, if the Warriors have decided to temporarily put Anthony Randolph on the trading block, why can't they do the same with Andris Biedrins?

As Baron Davis decided to book his ticket to sign a contract with the Los Angeles Clippers two summers ago, Biedrins and Ellis were considered the future cornerstones of the Warriors.

Little did they know, however, that the Warriors and "success" rarely make an appearance under the spotlight.

Biedrins, the latest product out of Latvia in the NBA, seems to have hit the ceiling in terms of what he can offer to the team.

The 6'11'' center can be a valuable asset to any team in the NBA with his consistent rebounding, energy, determination, and lovable personality.

But his on-the-court ...

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