I remember the year Hoffa was selected the Jazz were looking to draft him at #16 i think it was. They obviously had interest in him, and maybe some of it was because he played nearby at BYU for 4 years, but after seeing his first 2 years with the Raptors, I don't understand why they'd still want him. Maybe they know the secret to his success? Doubt it though.
Good trade for the Raptors of course, but they really have no use for Humphries with Bosh and Villanueva. If they deal CV that may change.
A lot of you may be wondering why Utah wanted Araujo...well, I'll tell you: He's the second coming of Greg Ostertag. When they last went to the Finals, who was their center? Ostertag. Ergo ipso facto fatso.
(I should have been a lawyer)
"Post hoc, ergo propter hoc" actually works here. In this context, it would mean that acquiring Greg Ostertag caused Utah to go to the finals, which would mean that Araujo would secure another finals trip for Utah.