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Aug
09

He’s Like the Town Bicycle…


quentinrichardson_jpg_w300h334This summer’s biggest moving piece in the NBA has clearly been Quentin Richardson, who yesterday was traded for the 4th time, THIS SUMMER.

Bringing with him an expiring $9.35 million contract and little else, Quentin began his magical mystery tour when the Knicks traded him to the Memphis Grizzlies on draft night. Then the Grizzlies traded him to the Clippers.  That marriage didn’t last too long as the Clippers about 20 days later traded him to the Timberwolves. I hope Quentin didn’t start house-hunting yet though, because 24 days after being traded to the hinterlands of Minnesota he’s on the move again, this time to Miami.

“We are very excited to add Quentin Richardson,” Heat president Pat Riley told the AP. “Over the course of his career, he has proven to be a fierce competitor, a great locker room presence and a very prolific 3-point shooter who may be one of the strongest perimeter players in the NBA. We feel that he will be able to match-up well against the top scorers in the league.”

We’ll see. Judging by the way things have been going this summer, and the attractiveness of his expiring contract, it wouldn’t be crazy to see Quentin get traded at least one more time during this upcoming season.

[Examiner]


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