"Several NBA sources claim that the Kings are willing to part with all-star Peja Stojakovic and super sub Bobby Jackson for the No. 3 pick, Marcus Camby and Ryan Bowen.
The Kings obviously would take Carmelo Anthony with the No. 3 pick. Camby would give them another big man who could spell Vlade Divac and Chris Webber if he ever got healthy."
If I'm a Kings fan I'd say I shudder at the thought of this, since Camby is never healthy and Bibby is too inconsistent to have without Jackson. And Peja? Good lord. I think about 5 Western Conference powers would LOVE to see this trade.
Washington Huskies, 2003 Pac-10 football champs. Coming soon.
While I think it'd be cool to have Stojakovic and Jackson (former Nugget) in Denver, I can't see this happening at all. Kiki says it would take an offer that would absolutely "knock their socks off" for them to part with their third pick, so any offer short of a Kevin Garnett or a Kobe Bryant won't be accepted.
The Nuggets will take 'Melo.*
(edited by Broncolanche on 19.6.03 0841) "No jury in the world is going to convict a baby. . .maybe Texas."
Actually, Alston at six years for only $29 million ain't bad... I can't imagine that eating up very much salary-cap space. Not sure I'd sign him for six years, mind you, but the $29M is a relatively low number-- an average of only $4.83 million a year.