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Lawrence On Joe Johnson, Hamilton, Sloan

We made note last night of Mitch Lawrence's theory that Mike D'Antoni, whom Lawrence hears is looking to get back into coaching in 2013/14, could be headed to the Rockets, but the New York Daily News scribe shares much more in his four-page weekly roundup. Here are the highlights.

  • Rick Sund's decision to step down as Hawks GM this summer may have had an impact on at least two other teams, according to Lawrence. Sund was content to stand pat with the team's core, unlike his successor, Danny Ferry, who shipped Joe Johnson to the Nets quickly after taking the job. Without the Johnson trade, Deron Williams might have signed with the Mavs, opening the door for Dwight Howard to join him in Dallas.
  • League revenues declined about $400MM in 2011/12 from the year before, a loss executives were counting on because of the lockout. Though the matter of advertising on jerseys was reportedly tabled at the last Board of Governors meeting, advertising patches will be on jerseys in two years, Lawrence reports, creating an estimated $100MM worth of revenue every season. 
  • The Bulls aren't finding takers for Richard Hamilton and his $5MM salary this season.
  • We heard this summer that Jerry Sloan had removed his name from consideration for the Blazers head coaching job, but before he did, the team offered him the job, Lawrence hears.
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One thought on “Lawrence On Joe Johnson, Hamilton, Sloan

  1. Bulls Talk

    Chicago Bulls reportedly moved on from trying to trade Rip Hamilton. Not sure why you mentioned they aren’t finding any takers for Rip Hamilton. No recent source indicates they are really pushing to move him right now. Maybe next summer but even that seems unlikely.

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