Sacramento Kings Trading History

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When are they Kings going to learn that it's not a good idea to trade 1 good player for 3 crappy players? Don't worry, they didn't just do this again but it's only a matter of time before they do. They always get confused about that and lose their best players this way.

2 comments:

Doug said...

mind numbing.
Point in case: 2002 was the kings' last good season. The team was Webber (then he went back to Golden State), Stojakovic (then he went to the hornets), Doug Christie (misguided fortune sent him to the clippers-yikes!), the savy kg veteran Vlade Divac (he went back to the lakers), and finally Bibby.
Out of a great team, the kings had ONE good player left. What did they decide to do with their talented 10 year veteran at the time who had a career average of 16.7 points, 6.2 assists, 3.3 rebounds, and 1.3 steals per game? Exactly what luke said... trade him for crappy players- 4 to be exact:
Shelden Williams, Lorenzen Wright, Anthony Johnson and Tyronn Lue.
I had to google their names. Why? because they're not worth remembering because they SUCK.

Luke Millar said...

I can hear how that trade went down in my head:

"I have an idea... let's trade Mike Bibby for these 4 guys"
"Why would we do that? I've never heard of these guys? They must suck."
"But there are FOUR of them!"
"Oooo... thats true. Done!"

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