Thursday, July 14, 2005
Tick, Tick, Tick 
I just can't shake the feeling that something is going to happen. I really can't imagine the current team makeup going into next year with only a tweak or two and letting Walker walk. Maybe its just my bent, but I think we'll see a mid-major type of trade. At the very least, I'm pretty confident Mr. Bartelstien will present Danny with a sign and trade deal that fits our team needs.

Still, nothing happened of note yesterday and not much appears to be happening today. Either its the quiet before the storm, or just your everyday average quiet of the offseason.

Bulpett has a couple more articles at the Herald today. Some nice words about Delonte but no real new news.

Kwitter Brown hit the jackpot and goes to Hollywood. But don't knock Caron Butler going to Washington. He was the bright star on the Heat before Dwayne Wade's supernova made his light pale in comparison. Old friend Chucky joins him too.

Isaiah spent some more money last night, picking up one-hit-wonder Jerome James. Perhaps that will lessen their desire to bid on Antoine Walker. Then again, you never know with Zeke.

Last but not least, please check out the latest feature from the Captain of the Cheap Seats crew. Ask hagrid is your chance to direct the topics of conversation in a new way. No telling what that guy is going to say, but you can bet its going to be honest and straightforward.

Update: With less fanfare but just as much "wow," here is the Tony Allen dunk.

# posted by Jeff @ 7/14/2005 08:47:00 AM - Message Board

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