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David Lee Might Not Be Going Anywhere

by January 6, 2009 @ 12:35 pm (Category : Uncategorized )

Jan 6th 2009 12:35PM by Matt Watson (author feed)
Filed under: Clippers, Knicks, Trail BlazersAs Tom Ziller pointed out over the weekend, rumblings of a three-way deal between the Knicks, Blazers and Clippers surfaced a few days ago. Exact details of the alleged trade were never clear, but it seemed to hinge on David Lee (and potentially Eddy Curry) heading to Portland, Marcus Camby returning to New York and, well, going to the Clippers.

Now that a couple of days have passed without movement, the trade appears to be dead in the water — and if you believe the parties involved, it may not have ever been alive in the first place.

Jason Quick of the said last night that he’s “been told by multiple people, multiple times that this talk has zero legs to it. Zero.” Donnie Walsh was even more blunt, telling Mitch Lawrence of the , “That stuff is made up.” And Mike Dunleavy? He opted for sarcasm, telling the , “Oh yeah, I’m looking to trade 20 rebound (a night) guys every day.’”Continue Reading


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