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Memo to Olshey: How to morph a perennial loser into a perennial contender.

Conventional (Clip-fan) wisdom says you should re sign D-Jordon. No problem with that if you like doin business as usual. For once tho, I'd like to see you do something bold. I've watched the development of DJ, and if I'm right, when his career is over, he'll be compared to Marcus Camby (best case scenario) and that ain't bad. But right now in 2011, if DJ wants the bank, then you, Neil Olshey, only have 2 choices: Either pay up, or resolve to spend the big money wisely.

I recently read an SI article about a certain center who was originally drafted by the Clippers: Chandler feels slighted by the Mavs.

IMO this is your chance to out Dunlevy, Mike Dunlevy:

** Sign Chandler to whatever he wants. Max him out if necessary.

** Except for the starting 2 and 4 positions, breakup the team and send whomever to the Nets for D-Williams (BTW, D-Wills decided not to sign with them) D-Wills won't sign extension with the Nets.

** Go balls-to-the-walls with whoever's left to get Bantum from Portland or Granger from Indiana. Otherwise, use a short-term fix to shore up the 3 position...

If you could somehow turn this fantasy scenario into reality, then our Clippers instantly become perennial contenders, aka San Antonio Spurs. come to think of it, didn't the Spurs win a championship in a strike-shortened season?

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