Monday, December 24

So long, Sene!

Someone got coal in their stocking, and it wasn't Clay Bennett.

To the surprise of no one, Mouhamed Sene was sent down to Maggie's farm today, prompting most Sonics fans to say "Mouhamed Sene was still with the Sonics?".

So what's on your wish list this year? How about a brand new point guard? Heck, how about a slightly used one? Santa wants to know!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like they're going to clean house -- take your last looks at Sene, Petro, and Swift. Presti and management have written them off as the last regime's mistakes. Perhaps Petro will be a thrown-in for a trade and Sene will hang around as a benchwarmer (in Seattle or in the minors)until his contract ends. Swift -- he's going to be let go at the end of the year. Some other team will give Swift a one-year contract, but then he's out of the NBA and into cooking school with the Little Unit. I hope you saved your money, Swift, Petro, and Sene -- it's back to the ol' drawing board, guys.

Anonymous said...

All I want for Christmas is for Benentt to sell to team to local ownership...

That and Durrant and Green to start the rest of the year at the forward spots.

- Dan

Howard u said...

Well, I guess Sene looks like the most promising of the three right now. And by "most promising," I mean, "Not unfathomable that he becomes a legitimate backup center in the NBA."
Swift, I haven't totally given up on. There's still a chance that when his knee fully recovers, he'll be a white Dwight Howard (Ha!).
As for Petro, I say we try to get a second rounder for him, or package him as filler in a bigger trade. Although, given he was a late first rounder, he probably doesn't make enough to qualify him as "trade filler."

Howard u said...

Well, I guess Sene looks like the most promising of the three right now. And by "most promising," I mean, "Not unfathomable that he becomes a legitimate backup center in the NBA."
Swift, I haven't totally given up on. There's still a chance that when his knee fully recovers, he'll be a white Dwight Howard (Ha!).
As for Petro, I say we try to get a second rounder for him, or package him as filler in a bigger trade. Although, given he was a late first rounder, he probably doesn't make enough to qualify him as "trade filler."

Anonymous said...

So far, almost a third into the season, we can break the sonic players into four rough groups.
Players who will have future with the Sonics, the players on the fence (leaning both good and bad), and those that will soon meet the door.

Better be here next year.

Durant
Green
Collison
D-West

Players on the fence:

Leaning on the good side:
Szcerbiak
Ridnour
Wilkins
Sene
Gelabale (Because he is so bloody cheap)

Leaning on the bad side:
Watson
Wilcox


Gone

Thomas (does anyone else smell a trade with Golden State? Thomas for Richardson's trade exemption and first round pick or two.)
Petro
Swift

You know Presti is going to be working the phone towards the end of January. Lets hope he can spin these guys into gold like he did with the Thomas trade and Lewis sign and trade.

- Dan

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