I'm not sure how legit this article from Detrot News (posted on Yahoo) is but here's the link:
From brief sections of the statement:
"That would not be bad," the 6'10" Kaman said. "I have always thought about it, but I thought it might be a nightmare with ticket requests for every game."
Not a great image your putting on yourself Kaman.
Anyway, I like Kaman. I really do...sorta. But part of that tarnished a bit when he played for Germany in the Olympics. I'm sure he had a legit reason, but I was hoping he would just stay and play for America. There was talks that Kaman would be invited in the future, and sure he took the other better opportunity, but it just leaves me with an awkward feeling of semi-betrayal for me. Probably nobody else agrees with me, but okay.
Right now, it kind of downputs my image on Kaman. Kaman has been inconsistant these past couple of games. The NBA has finally figured Kaman out. And as Steve said (and this is just a remix version about a different player Steve was referring to) Kaman has yet to figure out the NBA. I understand that Kaman was raised there, but I rather try and get a more talented player than Kaman. I've put up with Kaman's injury season a few too many times. I think I would prefer to have a better defending player such as (as stated) a hearlthy Prince and even Battier. Maybe we can work a deal for Houston to send their beloved prize Battier for Kaman.
I'm not too worried about a lineup containing Baron, Gordon, Battier, Griffin, and Camby.
We don't need another player born and raised in LA, and we sure don't NEED to send Kaman back to Michigan when there's a trade... Just saying we can send him somewhere else besides his desired destination.
So while I was on another article reading about Kaman's value dropping with his previous preformances, maybe you readers can post a trade idea for Kaman?
Is Kaman for Tayshaun Prince a good straight up trade?
Yes (43 votes)
Yes, but I rather explore my options (ie. LJHann, I mean Battier, etc.) (42 votes)
No (45 votes)
130 total votes