O'Connor: Trade RJ, Not Kidd or Carter



Ian O'Connor of the Record thinks the Nets should start thinking like some of the characters from New Jersey's first family, the Soprano's: "Nothing personal, just business". Rather than trade Jason Kidd or Vince Carter at the deadline, they should play out the season, then send Richard Jefferson elsewhere for a big man. The rationale: Kidd and Carter are still great players and the Nets simply can't get enough value in return.


Sultan of Swat
Staff member
That's a really good idea. Richard Jefferson is a pretty good player and the Nets might get something big in return for him. And that big thing might be a big man and another role player that might help this team for a playoff push. In my opinion losing Jason Kidd or Vince Carter will hurt more then losing Richard Jefferson.