Quentin Richardson was born on the 13th (in April 1980), but nobody ever would say this 13-year veteran is unlucky.
Richardson was waived by the Orlando Magic last fall but stood to collect the final two years and 5.4 million on his contract. And money for nothing again came the shooting guards way Monday.
Richardson, 33, was the recipient of what one NBA executive calls the Magic Envelope.
Money was needed to make a trade work between Toronto and New York that will become official July 10. So the over-the-hill free agent, who played one regular-season game in 2012-13 for the Knicks and shot 1 of 11, agreed to receive a guaranteed 1.4 million in a sign-and-trade so he could be included to get a deal done in which Andrea Bargnani will go to New York.
Its no wonder Richardson tweeted GOD is so AWESOME!!!
I would have tweeted the same thing if they had Twitter back then, former NBA center Joe Kleine said Monday. Hes a very lucky man.
Kleine got a Magic Envelope himself in the su...