Originally Posted by 'trane
if it creates the room necessary to sign a difference-maker to this team, no problem. anyone can go if it makes the team better.
i like what amir brings. i'd rather not get rid of him, but my opinion is the same as it is for Calderon
- if you can get a free agent that makes this team much better, anyone is on the table. if...
the only difference is Calderon
is more expensive and his position requires a more significant upgrade. amir as a $6.5 mil backup is certainly palatable.
I like this position and agree with everything you said. Well said trane.