Ask Ira: Should Heat have kept Dorell, Beasley?
Q: Dorell Wright left for less than half of Mike Miller's salary. Wouldn't we have been better and younger using that money on him and a stopper like Raja Bell, and keep Beasley instead of Haslem? Our bench would have been James Jones, Beasley, Wright, Raja Bell, Chalmers, Anthony, Dampier.
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#1 Jan 3, 2011
Well dorrell had a number of chances but he wanted a bigger role and the heat granted him his wish......and.....him.....go.. . as far as beasley he had been immature since he had been drafted and when your building championship caliber team you don't need a contest distraction....and riley don't care how talented u r if your not focus on basketball....then your not playing on riley team.. to quote singletary..."riley want winners"
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