He was cut to allow him to take care of his sick daughter. Pretty impressive move by the organization, allowing him to possibly go to another team in a city where she may receive the care she needs. Total class move by Utah. http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=2924068
I was about to express thoughts of disappointment over them cutting him after he came back from taking care of his daughter to help them win playoff games, but I am glad that is not the case and it sounds like they did the right thing.
Well that was a hell of a contest. I had just read an article on ESPN Page 2 by the Sports Guy on how today's NBA can't compare to the NBA of the 80s, save for the Kings and Mavs, and boy he was right. I live on the East Coast, and it was about 12: