mucha (cp)

Do you believe Hinrich is a Bull after the 18th?

Chris Broussard
Chris Broussard

That's a great question. A lot of people around the league would be shocked if the Bulls don't do something. Hinrich is the guy that has the most trade value among the players they'd be willing to give up. I wouldn't be stunned if he is not, because I understand how difficult it is to make moves in the league. I think he's traded. The Lakers have interest, the Celtics have some. Any team that doesn't have a great PG is looking at him to try and step in. Full transcript

Greg (Syracuse)

What options do the Celtics have right now? Do you think Ray Allen is moved by the trade deadline?

Chad Ford
Chad Ford

Danny Ainge continues to maintain that a trade is unlikely. He's willing to move Ray Allen to get a young player back, but the guys he's pursuing -- Monta Ellis, Kevin Martin, Andre Iguodala, etc -- aren't available for just an expiring deal (at least not yet). And I don't think the Celtics want to take on a horrific contract like Corey Maggette or Richard Hamilton. That's the problem. I know some GMs around the league think Boston is desperate. But after making some calls yesterday, I think they are content with just doing something small. Full transcript

Michael (Chicago)

There's many opinions on what exactly T-MAC has left in the tank. Do you think he can still play or is he just an expiring contract?

Chris Sheridan
Chris Sheridan

What's important in the McGrady situation is that there are some members of the Knicks organization who think McGrady can still play, others who want to go to Tim Grover's gym and take a closer look. As of last week, the Rockets hadn't granted anyone permission to inspect T-Mac in Chicago. Full transcript

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