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Nets sold Korver in 2003 to finance Summer League and buy a new copy machine

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by RV6, Jul 29, 2014.

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    Gay Elf defense is at least a type of defense. Better than playing no defense.
     
  2. RV6

    RV6 Contributing Member

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    Some of his training at P3

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    Yes, but it's a distinction without a difference. When they sold Korver's rights, he was still essentially a commodity to them. It's not like they had him in camp and said "wow, this guy sucks. Can we unload him and get a copy machine instead?" They had a late second-rounder and they weren't interested in keeping a spot open for a longshot like him. They missed out, but it's nothing personal.
     

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