honestly not sure what point you're trying to make, it sounded like before you edited your previous post (wonder why ...post?) that you were saying that he isn't available for a 2nd and now it sounds like you're trying to say that it's overpayment?
Read the post above yours. He was NEVER worth it. Cleveland is getting stronger now quietly. They weren't ever going to trade Thomas unless it was better then the Ditkta insanity or the RG3 stupidity.1[/quote]
lmao someone likes their conspiracy theories....
in reality Denver shot down an offer at the deadline because they thought a 2nd was too high a price. That doesn't play into your whole cleveland is a mastermind organization playing the long game hoping to goad some team into overpayment. They were just that inept. Now they got a team in place that has made the decision to keep him so it may take a big price to pry him away but that was not always the case.[/quote]
Ok, nice angle but crap. They started with insanity and went to sanity at the in season trade deadline. Wow, so what? Given this isn't 2016?[/quote]
I'm trying my best not to be rude but your thought processes are incomplete and horrible to follow...
you said they were never going to move him, they clearly were hoping to, it didn't happen. New team management comes in and he's off the table. We were talking about 2016 because never included 2016...and I said what the current management has stated but also said that given their current situation with the roster and where Joe is in his career, don't be surprised if that asset becomes in play again at some point barring unexpected team success. I have no clue what you were getting at with the angle talk and insanity sanity stuff