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Old 06-20-2006, 09:44 AM   #5
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for all the reasons above mentioned (extremely low bball IQ, little/no improvement) i dont think theres any reason to keep him. however, a center with -supposedly- potential has always a nice stock, so more than one team out there has to have interest on him. trade for the nicest deal out there before his stock falls more.

i dont care if in a few years he turns to be the second coming of ben wallace, i dont think he'll ever develop in philly.
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