Daryl Morey, Houston Rockets GM: The Sacramento Kings called him. You always win when the Kings call, unless you're being drafted by them. Which reminds me, rookie forward Thomas Robinson is a winner for escaping from Sacramento in record time after being drafted by the franchise. He did it in only eight months, shattering the previous mark held by Kenny "The Jet" Smith, who played his first two and a half seasons with the Kings.
Memphis Grizzlies: Acquired one-time NBA Champion Dexter Pittman, who has career averages of 2.8 points, 2.0 rebounds, and is consistently among the league leaders in minutes on the bench per game. Hey, someone has to keep Zach Randolph's seat warm.
Oklahoma City Thunder: Acquired rights to forward Georgios Printezis. Enough said.
|Morris twins are reunited|
Charlotte Bobcats: Let's be honest: they're losers every day.
Lindsey Hunter, Phoenix Suns head coach: Suns acquired Marcus Morris and reunited him with his twin brother Markieff, and Hunter inherits the task of telling them apart. Kansas coach Bill Self famously told the duo to enter the draft after their junior seasons so he wouldn't have to worry about getting their names wrong ever again. The Suns, themselves, made the mistake in the draft just two years ago when they accidentally drafted the wrong brother. (Repeating their own history of twin follies, they once drafted Robin Lopez, thinking he was Brook.)