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I’d keep Monk. He’s had a problem with inconsistency in the past but lately he’s starting to show he can perform on a high level regularly. If Rozier keeps it up he’s gonna get a massive payday in 2022 and Monk could be a cheaper, younger option to replace him. 

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On 3/8/2021 at 8:56 AM, Cary Kollins said:

Keep monk, trade Graham. The team is playing its best basketball with Graham in street clothes. Why mess up a good thing if you can help it?

It might not be that easy. Monk seemed pretty pissed at the team earlier this year. Either way I don't think Devonte is worth giving a lot of money to.

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I don't see us carrying both Monk & Graham into next year.  Whoever the team thinks that is, they should be looking to either get a big or a mid round 1st for him.

Would love to somehow turn it into Bagley but we'd need to give up more and I don't want to blow this up. Vucevic is going to be too costly but Cliff does love Devonte.

Maybe Graham+a Martin+future 1st for MBIII? Graham+Cody+1st for Vucevic?

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Monk was sitting on the bench because he got caught with roids and you know the league has to let the public know that they punish that behavior even though we all know they don't care as long as they make them money

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