Updates as of 4 PM:
  • Camby deal for Blake and Outlaw is done.  Clippers are also waving Ricky Davis.
  • Cavs renewing conversations with Wizards for Jamison.  Maybe they feel like the Stoudemire deal's a no-go.
  • San Antonio pushing for McDyess to be dealt so they can ultimately make an offer for Tyrus Thomas.
  • Chicago offered Thomas and Deng to Minnesota for Al Jefferson- Minnesota's not interested.
  • Clippers offered Chris Kaman to Detroit, who's also not interested.
  • Looks like if the TMac trade to NY happens it's for Hughes, not Harrington, contrary to my original report.
  • Richard Dumas looking to catch on with a team (just making sure you're reading all these:)

If the Celts do make a blockbuster and clear a lot of guys (Tony Allen, Scalabrine, Giddens, etc) I actually wouldn't mind bringing back Ricky Davis for the bench.

tb727 2/16/2010 04:39:00 PM Edit
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  1. JR says:

    Who was the coach that said that Richard Dumas was like Dr. J with a jumpshot? lol. On the flip side I remember when Pitino found Bruce Bowen I think he said he was like Havlicek without a jump shot.

    Thanks for the updates. The masses expect another one prior to tipoff tonight.

  2. tb727 says:

    I don't know who the coach was but if I had to predict, I'd say Mike Dunleavy with his astute eye for talent :D

  3. Karl Dillinger says:

    That was a nice pick up for Portland. Man Richard Dumas, that is a blast from the past. He was pretty solid on those Suns teams. Great picture of Ricky Davis but if I ever see him wearing that uniform again I'll have a heart attack.

  4. ThomasJ says:

    TB -

    I was going to make a pick up Ricky comment earlier so I'm with you there. Who needs Ray if we can add Ricky?

    Maybe the Wolves will bring Ricky back to Sota for entertainment value.

  5. tb727 says:

    Thomas, I really feel Davis can still play 15-20 minutes a night and be equally or more productive than Tony Allen.

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