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Article written by Zack Geoghegan

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10 responses to “Former NBA GM Believes Devin Booker Could be Traded”

  1. Looother

    “Unless Booker pulls an Anthony Davis and requests out”

    Ha! Good one!

  2. Tom Bombadil

    Wonder how his defense is coming along? That Wisconsin player just abused Booker.. I can’t get that out of my head. Sux..Lol. So it’s just amazing hearing him as a franchise player at 153 million for 5 yrs. Go get that $!! #BBNBA in the house!

    1. catsarerunnin


    2. stratblend

      Trollin’ Trollin’ Trollin’. Keep on ‘tardin’ Trollin… (hope none of those Cards rode those hookers) Rawhide

    3. nocode96


  3. neat1ky

    I would still take Booker and Ullis at the end of the game instead of the twins and leave defense to Willie and Towns. We needed offense the last 4 minutes

    1. J-Dub421

      Ulis and Booker weren’t giving us offense in that game either. Both combined scored less than either of the Harrisons.

    2. KentuckyVSEveryone

      J-Dub…yes the scored way less than the twins, but mainly bc of the playing time. And what happened at the end of that game?…4 straight offensive possession that were GARBAGE (2 resulting in shot clock violations!!)
      Tyler and Book would have at least been able to create offense during those possessions. Or at the very least get a freaking shot off that we might have offensive rebounded! But it’s the past so it’s woulda coulda shoulda

    3. nocode96

      It was like 4 years ago, until someone invents a time machine, keeping on reliving it isn’t going to change the outcome.

  4. Bluebloodtoo

    At some point you’d think these franchises would realize that the time of one superstar leading them to championships is over. It takes 3 or 4 superstars to compete with the 2 or 3 loaded teams that show up every year.