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Old 10-09-2007, 07:53 PM   #1
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Default Baron Davis: Sign, trade, or let walk?

No question he is the franchise and when healthy he is up there with Kidd, Nash, and Billups. But he is fragile and getting up there in age. What should Golden State do seeing as he is coming into a contract year?
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Default Re: Baron Davis: Sign, trade, or let walk?

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No question he is the franchise and when healthy he is up there with Kidd, Nash, and Billups. But he is fragile and getting up there in age. What should Golden State do seeing as he is coming into a contract year?

Extending his contract would be smart. He's not that old, he's 28 right now.
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Old 10-11-2007, 02:27 PM   #3
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Default Re: Baron Davis: Sign, trade, or let walk?

The Warriors would be a fool not to resign Baron Davis. Physically, he's always had an edge over most point guards in the league. As he's getting older and wiser, he's starting to play more with his head. These are his prime years coming up (28-32). Steve Nash didn't become the Nash we all know until 3 years ago when he turned 30.

BD won't be looking for an increase in salary, but something long term. I'd say another 5 years for $70M is a great number for both parties where he'll be making about $12M in his first year of his extension and $16 in his final.
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