Found July 30, 2013 on
Pro Sports Daily:
Al Harrington has had time to contemplate it all what with the staph infection that derailed his career and the one season with the Orlando Magic in which he barely got off the bench.
And as he has been waiting to learn of his new destination with the Magic likely to either trade him or waive him sooner rather than later the 33-year-old who swears he isn't done yet has had his views crystallized on today's NBA.
"Being in that situation in Orlando you get a real good look at politics and stuff like that the part of the game that's not attractive — just the business side of it" Harrington told USA TODAY Sports recently while training in Las Vegas. "One thing I realized is that it's not about how much you can play or what you can do on the court anymore. The game has become about (financial) numbers and salaries and stuff like that.
"It's not what you can do anymore. It's what you can do at that price. And everybody wants a deal you know w...
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Al Harrington had such a disappointing year last season, probably didn’t even notice he was on an NBA roster.
Yes played in 10 dismal games for the Orlando Magic last season, and wants to forget all about the horrible experience. The 33-year-old forward is aware that the Magic may trade, or choose to cut him.
Either way Harrington says he’s prepared. Harrington has two...
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I was sitting with some friends this evening discussing the NBA. The conversation turned to the recent trade between the Bucks and the Pistons that saw, in principle, the Bucks acquire Brandon Knight for Brandon Jennings. I am not a fan of Jennings', but my friend was -- or at least he preferred...
By Max Marcilla
After reports of the Knicks pursuing point guard’s Bobby Brown, Sebastian Telfair, and most recently Delonte West, a new point guard has emerged in the talks: Beno Udrih.
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