my point: if wyc, danny and the Cs organization make a fundamental decision to begin trading away their veterans now in an effort to compile value for them before it's too late, we're stuck with these two gentlemen.We're not "stuck" with anything when they retire.
But if we do trade them, we're stuck with Jordan's horrible contract and so-so performance.
Amusing how you can so fervently defend Jeff Green's contract then call Jordan's "horrible".
I doubt the Cs front office sees his deal as a major impediment, considering:
1) his age (24);
2) his potential fit with Rondo;
3) they prefer to rebuild on the fly then be cellar dwellers, and;
4) they're likely hamstring cap-wise for at least another year, if not more.
If they'd take a chance on a "talented" yet older guy like Green for 4 years after heart surgery, I'm inclined to think they'd see Jordan on a 2-year deal as an asset, not a burden.
Here's another way to look at it:
If the Cs had the cap room today, February 18th, 2013, they'd sign Jordan to a 2 year, $22 mil deal in a nanosecond.