I think his agent feels he is worth Samuel Dalembert money, but I doubt he gets it. $80 million? Unlikely. My guess is that they are going to tender this kid the (IMO) massive qualifying offer ($6.8 million), and see if the market is willing to bid higher. His trade value is low because he's not a veteran (read: not a lot of immediate help for a contender) and his contract is expiring. I'm telling you right now, his agent has a bad reputation and everyone can see this guy coming from miles away. After what happened with Bonzi and Spree, players and their agents need to be a lot smarter about assessing their true market value, not what they think there value is, or they will end up leaving a LOT of money on the table. The brief hayday of non-superstar players with potential/upside getting mad money are fast going away.