the_process wrote:Sixerscan wrote:the_process wrote:
Grunfeld is gone. A normally run team wouldn’t let a deadweight contract hold up what they do with their actual rotation. Of course, as Sixers fans, we aren’t used to normally run teams so it gets confusing.
Hah, I meant, what's the point? Their all star point guard isn't gonna play, because of all the cap he takes up, you aren't gonna put together a good team next year anyway. Why trade a key asset like a future first round pick to get off a contract that's gonna go away in a year anyway?
They don't even have GM yet so I don't know how we can say what they're gonna do or if they're gonna be normal.
That’s true, we don’t know who Grunfeld’s replacement is. I’m just going off of Leonsis saying his team isn’t tanking. So I assume they are going to try and be as good as possible even while Wall sits out the year.
In fairness, they also said they would not trade Porter for salary relief about six days before doing exactly that.