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Jaynes: Warren LeGarie Has Spun Before, Is Spinning Again

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Dwight Jaynes simply unloads on the agent for Kevin Pritchard and Tom Penn, Warren LeGarie, going back 20 years to question some of Legarie's recent statements. He then uses that to put the current situation into some perspective... --------------------- Look, I understand the role of an agent. His one and only responsibility is to do what’s best for HIS CLIENT. Not any team or any fan base. Please, folks, when you’re listening to this character rant and rave and talk about "drive-bys" and all the rest, remember where he’s coming from. He’d like to get the attention yanked away from Penn and he’d like to get Pritchard a contract extension. That’s his job. --------------------- Jaynes also seems to publicly back KP as he concludes... --------------------- Look, if it’s true, as True Hoop is hinting, that Pritchard and Penn were somehow trying to steal power from THE OWNER, man, that’s about as crazy a thing to do as I’ve ever heard. I mean, it’s Paul Allen’s team. And he wants to have a hand in operating it — he always has. To try and mess with that is so dumb a man would deserve to be fired. And I just don’t think KP is that sort of guy. Or that dumb. And I’d be real careful about sources on this story, too. There are a few guys inside the NBA who would love to have this job and would do anything to get it. I’d listen to their gossip just about as intently as I’d listen to Warren LeGarie, Blazermaniac. --------------------- -- Ben Golliver | benjamin.golliver@gmail.com | Twitter
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