The Charlotte Bobcats are attempting to acquire Landry in a sign-and-trade with the New Orleans Hornets, according to sources close to the situation. HoopsWorld
While no deal between Charlotte and New Orleans is imminent, these sign-and-trade discussions are the reason that Landry hasn’t signed a deal with Golden State. The Warriors want to sign Landry outright, but the power forward would likely make more money if he were to be signed-and-traded to the Bobcats. He’s weighing his options and is no rush to make a decision. HoopsWorld
Hoopsworld is reporting that the Bobcats are attempting to acquire Carl Landry in a sign-and-trade with the Hornets, according to sources close to the situation.
The Hornets just acquired Ryan Anderson to play PF and want to get something of value for FA Landry, rather than letting him walk for free. The Bobcats have struggled to find the right PF as Byron Mullens has more of a midrange game and Tyrus Thomas has continually disappointed when given his chances. Landry would add a toughness to the 'Cats front line and if he does end up in Charlotte, we like his chances to carve out considerable fantasy value -- he could easily be a 15 point and seven rebound guy in the right situation.