February 24, 2011 by staff
Oj Mayo, The Pacers and Grizzlies have signed an agreement to send OJ Mayo, Josh McRoberts, and Indiana to a draft first-round pick. This trade does not happen. Apparently, Memphis has withdrawn from the agreement at the last minute, and it could not be registered before the deadline. Mayo obviously did not live up to the potential of another world, he showed in high school, but he has talent. So, in what appeared to be a classic case of a treasure of a team of trash-turned-restoration project is another team, OJ became sustainable and desirable Memphis Indiana.
The Memphis Grizzlies have agreed in principle to trade guard OJ Mayo to the Indiana Pacers forward Josh McRoberts and a first-round pick in 2011, league sources said Thursday, but the agreement collapsed.
Deadline is sweeping names like Baron Davis and OJ Mayo, but we can not forget the rally is the NFL combine as we wrap-up the day before Friday.
We will update all actions, including banning Baron Davis; I mean trade to the Cavaliers here. We’ll let you know if anyone has had additional Mayo, or if the date had already passed sweater.
While only a few hours on the clock were, opened the floodgates and the negotiating teams began this way and that way, and all the means between the two. It seemed almost half of all the NBA was to jump into the trading book and some large transactions have been taken to increase the chances of the playoffs this season, and other treats were made to continue the reconstruction of a team on the way back to a state in importance.
A business that failed to pass the time was the OJ Mayo trade. Memphis Grizzlies were planning to meet the Indiana Pacers, and the terms were set: OJ Mayo going to the Pacers, Josh McRoberts is going to Memphis and they earn a future draft selection. However, they were unable to get agreement on time, and when the trade deadline has increased, OJ Mayo was still in Memphis, where it seems he has been in hot water recently.
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