the official word from Denver's front office source....
JR's suspension resulted from an off-the-court incident of bad behavior that we aren't suposed to talk about. I'm not really clear on what it was, only that it was not a Karl decision to suspend him, rather an Front Office decision.
Our Front Office really wants JR to get it. They have not given up on him. But they won't let things slide just because there is an upside in potential trade value.
JR is not really a distraction to this team like you might expect. The Cambys, Iversons, Kmarts and Melos just shake their head at him, move on and do their jobs.