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Mike Dunleavy, TJ Ford and 25 other NBA players likely to be playing elsewhere next season or top 27 - continued Part 3

6.Vladimir Radmanovic

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-On November of 2009, the Charlotte Bobcats traded F-Valdimir Radmanovic and G-Raja Bell to the Golden State Warriors for guards Stephen "Just Shoot Me" Jackson, and Acie Law III.  Looks like the Pacers haven't been the only team eager to get rid of the Gun Jack once they acquired him.  Currently on the last year of his contract getting paid close to 7 million to put up 5.3 PPG, 3.1 RPG and have a PER of 12.56 you gotta admit the Warriors on paper seem to have not gotten a bad deal for Vlad.  However, something else to keep in mind is that Vlad did not fair well in LA or Charlotte, in fact he had a PER of less then 7 when he played for Charlotte and got owned by Paul "Truth" Pierce when he played for the Lakers in the 2008 NBA finals.  Everyone including the Golden State Warriors knows Vlad is going to be a waste of money, which is why I would not expect him to be playing for the Golden State Warriors next season.  And don't expect the Pacers to be interested in him either.    

 

 

7.Zach Randolph 

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-Ah Zach Randolf, the biggest agent bust waiting to happen.  Now first off I will give credit where credit is due Randolph is ranked in the top 5 best free agents for 2011 on the website Bleacher Report.  But Zach Randolph is also likely done as a Grizzle since the Grizz still have to re-sign C-Marc Gasol.  Something else to keep in mind is that PF-Zach Radnolf was traded to the Grizzlies by the Knicks because he didn't fair well in New York.  Zach Randolph may also only be having a good season this year because he is on the last year of his contract and want's to get a bigger one next season so he can slack off once he gets it.  And don't expect the Pacers to go after Randolph either, he is not the type of guy Bird likes to have on his team. 

8.Peja Stojakovic 

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-Stojakovic was signed to the Mavericks after being released by the Raptors about 2 months ago for practically nothing and the only reason he signed with the team for practically nothing, was because he wanted to play for a winning team and at age 33 show the NBA he still had something left in him so he could land a bigger contract else where next season.  Don't expect Sotjakovic to be back with the Mav's next season there going to have their hands full trying to re-sign C-Tyson Chandler who should get some good looks from the Pacers and allot of other NBA teams to there extremely large pay roll.  And don't expect the Pacers to sign Stojakovic either he's not a position they need and he's already had to leave Indiana once because of Stephen "Just Shoot Me" Jackson and Jamaal Tinsley's fat ass over payed contracts.

9.Michael Redd

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-Recently Michael Redd has had more injury problems then Greg Oden.  Like Greg Oden he is currently on the NBA's non active list and like Greg Oden he has had season ending injuries in his last 3 seasons.  Don't expect this walking injury to return to the Bucks next season when his big contract is up.  And sadly someone will take a chance on Michael Redd, hopefully that someone will not be the Pacers.  

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