Found December 19, 2011 on
Wages of Wins Journal:
The numbers in the post are using the new Wins Produced. You can find all of the Wins Produced numbers back to 2000 here!
With forwards like Carl Landry, Glen Davis, David West and Jeff Green getting big contracts a big question is why hasn’t anyone signed Kris Humphries?
2010-2011 Performance Comparison
If we compare Humphries to some of the other free agents bigs that have been snatched up we see that Humphries wasn’t just better than them. He was better than all of them put together! David West was the only other above average forward in the bunch and even then it was only by a little. Unlike West though Humphries is much younger and more productive. When it comes to Landry, Green and Davis though the only explan...
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The Nets are on the verge of bringing back power forward Kris Humphries, a league source told ESPN NewYork.com.
Humphries averaged a double-double with Nets last season
Humphries agrees to one-year deal with Nets
Kris Humphries has agreed to a one-year deal with the Nets, worth between $7 million and $8 million.
Indiana Pacers power forward David West wants to get on the court with his teammates for tonight's preseason finale at Chicago. But he also wants to be prepared to play.
I've said it before and I'll say it again. Coming to Boston for a discounted price just to have a better opportunity to win a championship doesn't carry the same weight that it used to.
See Exhibit A: David West. The Hornets and Celtics were all set to complete a sign-and-trade that would have brought West to Boston for three years at just under $10 million per season...
David West is a Pacer, a big pickup for an Indiana team that barely scrapped into the playoffs last year. They picked up an All-Star power forward who is as good a pick-and-pop big as there is in the game. But West was almost a Celtic and would have been key to their run at…
Chris Paul joining the Clippers through a trade isn't the only player to switch clubs and there could be more to come in the days ahead.David West traveled north by northeast, signing with Indiana after eight seasons in New Orleans.