This seems to be an on going issue with the blazers franchise. The team does not maximize value and move guys when their trade value is highest, especially when those players are not in the long term plans of the team. A long list of players had perceived value, rudy, Bayless, oden, even miller. Now none of these guys got movd in a manner that returned us much value. In the case of Rudy and bayless we simple waited too long. My question is why did we not see the real value before the rest of the league did. We had the advantage. Now look at a team like okl, who moved green at a high value got a nice quality center, then green goes out for a year with a long term injury. Now what did okl know about green? The fact is they timed the move perfectly. I think we are about to make the same mistake with Wallace, camby and Felton. All three have value, especially Wallace. We cannot afford to make this mistake again. Is this an issue of our team being owned by a corporate run system that cannot move in a timely fashion? Can the blazers ever be decisive enough to strike when an opportunity presents itself? We need a bold move and I simple have or seen that from the allen/miller/Nate run organization.