Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Memphis writer says acquiring Zach Randolph "would be worst move Grizzlies could make"

Here's an interesting take on the potential Knicks-Grizzlies swap of Zach Randolph, courtesy of Geoff Calkins at the Memphis Commercial Appeal.
"The Trail Blazers drafted Randolph out of Michigan State. They employed him for six years. And when they assembled a locker room of promising young talent, they shipped him as far away from that locker room as possible.
Now the Grizzlies are assembling a locker room of promising young talent. And they’re thinking about making Randolph the highest-paid player — and therefore, the instant leader — of that team?"
Everyone knows this guy is a vacuum on the court and a cancer in the locker room, whining about shots and the like. A lot of people don't like the Zach-for-Marko & Darko deal because the Knicks would have to send some cash and maybe a draft pick, but if you can find someone dumb enough to take him, Donnie Walsh, you might want to do it soon.

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