Kevin on December 19, 2006 at 4:18 pm Any word yet on what they’re offering in return? I wouldn’t mind swinging a deal for Earl Watson, although we’d also need to move Flip in order to open up space at the point. That being said, I’m not sure we could get Seattle to take him on for a second stint. Reply
Any word yet on what they’re offering in return? I wouldn’t mind swinging a deal for Earl Watson, although we’d also need to move Flip in order to open up space at the point. That being said, I’m not sure we could get Seattle to take him on for a second stint.
I hope we do not trade Davis, he is playing so well for us and we need him. Nazr is not doing it for us part because he is not getting the chance to but also because he is in fould trouble so much and not agressive. Davis is doing so much for us right now and I hope Joe keeps is unless we get something that is going to bring it everytime they are on the court like davis does for us. He plsying well for us and we are going to need him come playoff time.
Well they can stare somewhere else. They better not trade him !!! >:0
is this for real? maybe we can take advantage of dale’s recent great play and pull off a steal here! davis can’t have more than 1 quality season left in him, if we can dump a davis/flip murray package for watson that would be incredible.
We can forget about Flip Murray being included in a deal with Seattle. They were happy to let him go the first time. I doubt they want him back.
why would we give dale davis and flip murray for earl watson hes not that good i think we should trade davis for watson and murray for bonzi wells maybe we could throw in a future draft pick.
yeah, they already know what a scrub FlipM is. On the other hand, Flip’s cheap and there is not alot of risk involved. Watson would be great and as a PG, he couldn’t steal Fino’s minutes.
Problem is that he wouldn’t be too happy in Detroit since he stated that he wants to be a starter and that’s why he wants to leave Seattle. In Detroit, he’d have an even better PG in front of him.