And who was he when he was being dealt? A guy who missed 40 games in a row and had a history of missing an excessive amount of time for minor injuries. Mix that with his skill set and history of being a 1 dimensional scorer who feasted on midrange buckets, which isn't an efficient or sought after trait in today's NBA, and it's not that surprising there wasn't a good return. Should it have cost us an additional 2nd? No. That was stupid on JJ's part but it happened. When I see him start missing time again in Indiana similar to how he did here though it only tells me that I shouldn't be too upset with the deal that sent him away because these injuries help highlight why his value wasn't what a lot of us would have thought or hoped it was.