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Why mess with Minnesota?

I just dont' understand why the Pacers would even consider "trying" to do a trade with Minnesota. Not that I'm too sure there's even been any communication what so ever to begin with. But, let's face it , Kahn is a nut, has no business trying to be any part of management for any team, and even if the Pacers have had any talks with them, how can they trust him?  I just hope the team doesn't waste a lot of time and energy trying to deal with teams like Minn, or Memphis. Wasnt' it Memphis, two years in a row, who cost us some moves, because we thought we had a deal with them and then at the last minute they pulled out.  I dont' think Kahn is too crazy about our Pacer organization (for some reason that I have no idea about), and I just dont' think you can trust him. He's kind of becoming the laughing stock of NBA management.  Would I like to see us pull a trade and get the #2 pick, along with BEasly--you bet. Except for his poor 3-point shooting, I think he's be able to fill in nicely for Granger, plus we'd get either a great pick at #2, or trade it for a valuable veteran player that could step right in and help us out.  I just hope that Bird can pull off some moves as soon as possible. And here's a question for some of you who might know more about this....Do the Pacers (or any other team) have to wait till the playoffs are over to make deals, or can things happen right away? I dont' know the answer to that, but I am curious.....just something Bird said in one of his talks recently.


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