no, the spurs still have scolas rights. they WERE thinking about trading them because his buyout was way too high. now its down to about $2-4mill which is reasonable. if they can work out a deal he will join the team. if not, then they will look to trade his rights.
Hey Shadow, Thanks for dropping by. I am having a hard time getting use to the new board. Where is the Laker fam. Need to bring aabs back. He won't be able to find the board.
I dunno where aabs is. I think cris keeps in touch with him. Besides Jeff will change the link from the ISH main page to this forum so I'm pretty sure aabs will be able to find this place if he decides to visit.
The Laker fam is probably hanging around somewhere either on page one or two. We got nothing but player x/y/z for KG to discuss these days though
That and the major split over should shaq win or not ;)
Harm, but no foul
Fresh from the Too Little, Too Late Dept. comes word that the NBA rescinded the technical foul against San Antonio's Michael Finley in the second quarter of Game 4 in Dallas. Finley was called for a technical with 4:44 remaining in the half, and it appeared to be borderline at best. ``You can imagine what I wanted to say when I heard that," said Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, who found out about the decision Thursday. ``Does that mean we win the game by 1 point?" Game 4, which was played May 15, went into overtime, and the Mavericks prevailed, 123-118, so the technical was huge. (Dirk Nowitzki made the free throw.) For Finley, it means he won't have to fork over $1,000 to the league. For the Spurs, it means yet another tough break in a series they just as easily could have won.