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Team USA Obliterates Argentina With No Mercy; Paul Millsap Leaving Utah?

By 08.06.12
Andre Iguodala

Andre Iguodala (photo. Kelly Turso)

Early in the second quarter, Andre Iguodala had the play of the game. He ripped an Argentinian player near the baseline, then threw a pass between a defender’s legs up to Russell Westbrook, who proceeded to miss a layup only to be bailed out by Iggy. He came flying from being to flush home the finish. Iguodala also missed a dunk a few minutes later that really should’ve counted, but it went in, hit him in the shoulder and then popped out … Quick Jazz fans, how do you feel after reading this: it was first reported the Jazz were going to offer Paul Millsap a $25 million extension, and he was going to sign it and stay in Utah. Now, all indictions point towards one of the NBA’s most underrated players passing on the money and instead hitting the free agent market, where his price range will probably force him to leave the Jazz. Utah fans should be pissed right? Well, in a way, this might help the team long-term. We said recently we didn’t think the mega-lineup of Millsap-Jefferson-Favors could work. In the modern game, there’s too much speed and athleticism. Now, with Millsap potentially having one foot out the door, it opens up the possibility of a trade beforehand. But more than anything else, this gives Derrick Favors the time he needs to develop … Other offseason news: Andray Blatche could be on his way to either San Antonio or Miami … Kenyon Martin is considering both the Nets and the Lakers … And Danny Granger says Indiana is the second-best team in the East. He might want to talk to J.R. Smith about that one … And over the weekend, the Dime crew was out in Philly taking in the city of Brotherly Love with people like Beanie Sigel, Freeway, Jadakiss and Dr. J. Check out what happened … We’re out like Argentina’s manhood.

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