That's the impossible part of all this, we don't know the true max value a player has. So we aren't sure what the "true market value" was for guys like TJ and JJ. We're all just guessing (for those that are for or against the moves). Obviously if you could read the minds of 29 GMs you could ascertain the max value of an asset. Since that's impossible we have to take educated guesses. And since most GMs aren't going to be honest about it we have to rely on opinions by guys that get paid to evaluate this stuff on TV/Podcasts/Websites (plus, of course, our own evaluations). And that's the cruddy part. Most of the "experts" outside of the 30 GMs are panning most of these moves (except for the Saric move. I'm one of the few that didn't love the trade as I value defense more than offense.) So I'm not going out on a limb here about our asset management. Actually this whole thread is based on the opinions of one of these guys who I happen to agree with. I totally get the liquefying assets thing to get Rubio. But it wasn't the only way to do it. Johnson was one of a couple of options. That's why guys like Olson are frustrated. My frustration is currently isolated to the asset management of all this, not to our current situation. Our team is not all that bad. We did just add the best true PG on the market.