Tuesday, December 04, 2007

The King is Dead

billy king is finally gone. here is a scouting report on ed stefanski:

So they've turned to Stefanski, a Philadelphia native who played basketball at Penn. He teamed with Rod Thorn to reshape the Nets and is known as a sharp talent evaluator. Stefanski also served as New Jersey's director of scouting for four years and helped bring Vince Carter and Richard Jefferson to the Nets.
sharp talent evaluator. that'll be nice.

billy king drafts (this is not a joke)

2007
1 - Thaddeus Young - Georgia Tech University
1 - Daequan Cook - Ohio State University
1 - Petteri Koponen - Finland
2 - Kyrylo Fesenko - Ukraine

2006
1 - Thabo Sefolosha - Switzerland

2005
2 - Louis Williams - South Gwinnett High School

2004
1 - Andre Iguodala - Arizona

2003
2 - Paccelis Morlende - France

2002
1 - Jiri Welsch - Slovenia
2 - Sam Clancy - USC

2001
1 - Samuel Dalembert - Seton Hall
2 - Damone Brown - Syracuse
2 - Alvin Jones - Georgia Tech

2000
1 - Craig Claxton - Hofstra
2 - Mark Karcher - Temple

1999
2 - Todd MacCulloch - Washington

1998
1 - Larry Hughes - Saint Louis
2 - Casey Shaw - Toledo

1997
1 - Keith Van Horn - Utah
2 - Marko Milic - Slovenia
2 - Kebu Stewart - Cal State Bakersfield
2 - James Collins - Florida State


billy king trades (again, not a joke)

2006
Acquired Andre Miller, Joe Smith, and two first round draft picks for Allen Iverson and Ivan McFarlin

2005
Acquired Rodney Rogers and Jamal Mashburn from the New Orleans Hornets in exchange for Glenn Robinson

2005
Acquired Chris Webber, Matt Barnes and Michael Bradley from the Sacramento Kings in a six-player deal that sent Kenny Thomas, Brian Skinner and Corliss Williamson to Sacramento

2004
Acquired Corliss Williamson and an undiclosed amount of cash from the Detroit Pistons in exchange for Derrick Coleman and Amal McCaskill

2004
Traded Eric Snow to Cleveland for Kedrick Brown and Kevin Ollie

2003
Acquired Glenn Robinson from the Atlanta Hawks and Marc Jackson from the Minnesota Timberwolves in a four-team deal that sent Keith Van Horn to New York and Randy Holcomb, along with a future-protected first-round pick and an undisclosed amount of cash to Atlanta

2002
Acquired Kenny Thomas from the Houston Rockets in a three-team deal that sent Mark Bryant and Art Long, along with a future first round pick to the Denver Nuggets

2002
Acquired Todd MacCulloch and Keith Van Horn from New Jersey for Dikembe Mutombo

2001
As part of a three-way deal, acquired Derrick Coleman from Charlotte for George Lynch, Jerome Moiso and Robert Traylor, as well as Corie Blount and Vonteego from Golden State for Cedric Henderson and a conditional first round pick

2001
Acquired Dikembe Mutombo and Roshown McLeod from Atlanta for Toni Kukoc, Nazr Mohammed, Theo Ratliff and Pepe Sanchez

2000
Acquired Toni Kukoc from Chicago as part of a three-way deal that sent Larry Hughes and Billy OWens to Golden State and Bruce Bowen and John Starks to Chicago

1999
Traded future 1st round draft pick to Atlanta for the draft rights to Jumaine Jones

1999
Traded Tim Thomas and Scott Williams to Milwaukee for Tyrone Hill and Jerald Honeycutt

1998
Traded future No 1 draft choice to Utah for Nazr Mohammed

1998
Traded Terry Cummings to New York for Herb Williams and Ronnie Grandison

1998
Acquired Joe Smith and Brian Shaw from Golden State for Jimmy Jackson and Clarence Weatherspoon

1997
Acquired Eric Snow from Seattle for 2nd round pick

1997
Acquired Theo Ratliff, Aaron McKie, and first round draft choice from Detroit for Jerry Stackhouse, Eric Montross and a 2nd round draft choice

1997
Traded No 2 draft pick (Keith Van Horn), Lucious Harris, Michael Cage and Don MacLean to New Jersey for No 7 draft pick (Tim Thomas), No 21 draft pick (Anthony Parker), Jimmy Jackson and Eric Montross

1997
Traded Clarence Weatherspoon and Michael Cage to Boston for Dino Radja (nullified)

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a truly amazing list. The crazy thing is that you didn't even include the all the bad contracts and terrible coaches that dumbass hired.

9:28 AM EST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOW. When you break it down like that it looks even worse than I remember as it was all happening. Ouch !!! I'd like a job where I can fail that miserably and still be paid as well as he was. Or just be one of the coaches he hired on an undeserved contract and continue to get paid years after I've been fired. Dumbass....Good riddance.

Captain

2:02 PM EST  
Anonymous Phil said...

Why are the Giants punting away from Mahe?!?!

1:35 PM EST  

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