Off to Dallas

Looks like OJ Mayo decided to play in Dallas, rather than for the Phoenix Suns


Frankly, I was not that excited about Mayo in Phoenix. He wanted 8+ million per year from the Suns, and had not produced much in the last couple years to justify that.

What will he accept in Dallas? Who knows. Who cares.

The Suns did not need to be committing big money for 3-4 years to a guy who doesn't score efficiently and doesn't play spirited defense.

Good job not giving in Suns!

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