Restricted free agent's fortunes have improved under Triano, making decision to re-sign tough
The argument can be made that Graham has blossomed into an NBA regular under Triano's three-month tenure, even to the point of becoming an NBA starter.
But are those three months a true indication of his talents or just the confluence of confidence, playing time and a miserable season from his team?
Does Graham, a 26-year-old restricted free agent this summer, feel he merits consideration for a new deal?
"I still think about that," the 6-foot-8 forward said yesterday. "When I first came here, I was like: `This is a great city, I'm going to be here for a long time.' I still think about that, but if other opportunities present themselves, then that's what it is. When it gets to that, it's a business. I don't look too much into the business end of it."
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facing difficult call on Graham's future