He always signed off on middle of the pack level salaries and trades for cheap prospects

Somehow our GM's never had a problem finding ways to get the $40 million Danny Fortsons (first ever 4 way trade) or acquiring (cheap) prospects like Larry Hughes. But Cohan simply wouldn't sign off on anything significant in cost, whether it was player acquisition or even GM's/coaches.

Back to the Sprewell era, the real mistake there was choosing Spree over Timmy. Things could've gone real differently if we kept Hardaway's heart, leadership, and determination around.
Posted by: JamesKrygan (10352) on 13-01-02 07:34:28
In Reply to: Cohan realized he could make $$$ with a few simple guidelines: posted by Da Bear on 13-01-02 07:29:01

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