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(02-06-2020, 04:21 PM)fifteenth Wrote:
(02-06-2020, 04:18 PM)omahen Wrote: But it does work exactly that way. These guys in FO are paid huge money to take the right decisions and maximize value.

"You don't get to live life this way" means you can't make your decisions by looking into the future first. Trading HB was the right decision. The fact that a trade didn't come together doesn't mean they should not have gathered ammo. 

But, you're right in the sense that they're paid for results. And they've done a pretty good job with the rebuild so far.
Trading Barnes was absolutely the right decision. Sometimes it's better to make no moves than bad moves that ruin future plans. Right now these guys are gelling together and building something. 1 bad trade could trash the salary cap and ruin future flexibility. What you don't want is to trade for a guy like Wiggins to say you did something then you find out Giannis wants to go to Dallas but you can't make it work. I haven't seen a move yet that would have moved the needle for Dallas in any way outside of Covington. And he's just a role player. So, I would have stayed put as well.

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