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Looking back, isn't the Nocioni extension a giant mistake? You had a chance to be all set up for...

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Looking back, isn't the Nocioni extension a giant mistake? You had a chance to be all set up for 2010. Now we're stuck with a non-athlete at an athletic position who, on his best days, is just a three-point shooting threat. I cant see anyone league-wide offering anything for him, and it's a problem. We have to get out from under that contract. Also, thoughts on "In Rainbows"? --Paul, Chicago I go back and forth on the Nocioni extension. I don't think they grossly overpaid for him. Maybe a little but that's kind of nit-picky. I do agree while you have to love his effort and intensity he does offer some duplication, but I think that was in mind when the deal was done. And contrary to your belief, his contract isn't prohibitive to other teams and there is interest in him. If they make a significant trade this season, he certainly could be in it. Nice tidbit from KCJ's Mailbag