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How would Ben Gordon's career looked if he would have stayed?

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Re: How would Ben Gordon's career looked if he would have stayed? 

Post#61 » by josephcurrency » Mon Sep 14, 2020 4:13 am

dice wrote:
josephcurrency wrote:I still remember being at the Taste of Chicago and there was a meet and greet with Ben Gordon later in the week. He was traded the next day. I don't know if the meet and greet still happened but I'd like to think it did and was incredibly awkward for everyone.

i went to a single day basketball camp w/ horace grant and cliff levingston where horace must've known he would be leaving for orlando soon. i told him i hoped he would be back the next season and he ignored me


Oof, that's rough. He definitely knew with that response!
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Re: How would Ben Gordon's career looked if he would have stayed? 

Post#62 » by josephcurrency » Mon Sep 14, 2020 4:15 am

satriales wrote:
josephcurrency wrote:I still remember being at the Taste of Chicago and there was a meet and greet with Ben Gordon later in the week. He was traded the next day. I don't know if the meet and greet still happened but I'd like to think it did and was incredibly awkward for everyone.


Gordon wasn't traded, was an FA and at the time it seemed clear he would get the bag somewhere else.

Seems odd that he would do a meet and greet, but it is the Taste.


Oops, that's right. I just remember my first thought was about that meet and greet — which yes, looking back on it, is an odd thing.

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