If and only if this info is true, it really shows you how immature Gordon is. He could have a little class and play ball until trading him is a possibility. After the debacle in the summer, you'd think he grew up a little.
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Maybe he left his tear ducts in Phoenix along with his heart?
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Who is going to trade for a guy who hasn't played this season and has a max contract? Is this dude brain dead? Wouldn't it be best to go and ball out if you want a trade so other teams will actually be interested in your sorry ***. Obviously after his "summer tour" the only team that was interested was Phoenix.
Well, it's sort of a good thing from the Hornets perspective. A legitimately injured Gordon is worth less (trade value wise) than Gordon with a 'fake' injury. Moreover, you tank more games for a higher pick!
I don't see how there isn't a clause where if a player CAN play and WON'T you cant renege/recoup the deal. I mean isn't it essentially the same thing as an EMPLOYEE refusing to work? (this is IF what snowlaw is speculating about trade is true)
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