From Battle of California:
The deal boils down like this: if Stoll plays like he did in 2005-06 and get somewhere around 60 points a season over the life of the deal, it’s a steal. If he plays like he did last year, slow and tentative, then the Kings will have over $7 million dollars invested in their bottom line centers. It’s a risk, and one that I’d normally tip my hat to, but the Kings have already been burned by this gambit a few times before. I’m wary of investing this much money into someone before there is proof he’s fully rehabilitated. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see. Right now, though, I’m nonplussed.
Read the entire entry here.
The BOC writers are right on with their assessment.