'T'-toting Jackson's gotta go
THE FINAL PIECE of confetti hadn't completed its journey from rafters to floor Tuesday night, and already Don Nelson was being asked about next season. via Inside Bay Area
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Since: Jan 07
#1 May 24, 2007
This seems a little disingenuous. Jackson is no less of a time bomb than Baron Davis but you are not calling for him to be traded. It is just that Jackson is an easy target and this writer is piling on. One of the mistakes the Pacers made in getting rid of him is that they did not look at this guy's heart. He is flat out a gamer and truly a "ride or die" guy. The day the Golden State Warriors let him go is the day they become less of a contender. All G.S. needs is a servicable big man that can run the floor and rebound. Get one and you are now answering the problem you had with the Jazz. My opinion is that the player should be in the prototype of Marcus Camby or Kenyon Martin: tough but mobil. Hell, even Jeff Foster from Golden States farm team (The Pacers) would work!
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