Well, I guess there is something wrong with the Denver air, because Kenyon Martin has followed Wilson Chandler, J.R. Smith and Melvin Ely and signed the largest contract in Chinese Basketball Association history.
Benjamin Hochman has reported this deal and the link to the story is here. It is worth knowing that the city in which K-Mart is taking his talents to is in the Guiness Book of Records and here is why, according to Wikipedia: "The largest city in western China, Ürümqi has earned a place in the Guinness Book of Records as the most remote city from any sea in the world. It is about 2,500 kilometres (1,600 mi) from the nearest coastline".
So, I think that as of right now we barely have a full lineup. The only guys under contract still in Denver are the two rookies, Big Al Hamburger (Al Harrington), Chris "Birdman" Andersen, and Andre Miller. Our only reserve is the Big Greek (Kosta Koufas).
Well, looking at the bright side we'll be in the mix for the big lottery ticket in the draft class of 2012 while developing our young core plus having loads of cap space to maybe attract somebody in the free agent class (but as it is now, everybody wants to leave town not come to town).
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