Found July 02, 2012 on Crossover Chronicles:
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Free agency has begun and we are already seeing some bizarre things. Roy Hibbert got a max contract offer sheet from Portland, the Raptors brought in Wayne Gretzky to recruit Steve Nash (bizarre, but genius) and the Nets and Gerald Wallace pulled a Richard Jefferson by agreeing to a four year, $40 million deal after Wallace opted out of the last year of a very nice contract. That has not gone unnoticed by other players around the league. Paul Millsap, who probably should have been an All-Star last season and is a better player than Wallace, is looking for a raise. The Salt Lake Tribune reports the Jazz power forward is using Wallace's contract as a primer for what he wants his new deal to look like. "Jazz forward Paul Millsap is expected to seek a new contract worth as much or more than the four-year, $40 million deal Wallace has reportedly agreed to. Utah General Manager Kevin O'Connor declined comment earlier this week when asked how the Jazz plan to handle Mi...
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