Re: Please tell me the Clippers aren't considering keeping Kaman
I agree with trading Kaman, but I also agree with keeping him to play a lesser role. He's an above average bench player but a below average starter. If the FO finds a good deal for Kaman, then pull the trigger immediately, but if not, I'd rather him come off the bench than to trade for someone less effective. It's been proven that Kaman and Griffin don't play well together. Both are offensive big men and unless your Duncan and Robinson, it's not gonna work. Kaman, AFA, and Bledsoe coming off the bench would not be easy for any teams' second unit to handle. IMO, finding a good trade partner for Kaman is more important than keeping him for a lesser role.