The fact that Flip has not played much of a rotation or very deep to his bench has me wondering how Joe is supposed to scheme potential roster moves. I can see that Darko is sitting, so that may be trade preparation, but almost everytime Arroyo plays recently, I get the feeling that he is losing value. Remember, we gave up Elden Campbell's expiring deal and a first round pick for Carlitos. Evans, Delfino, the rookies all have negligible value as does Hunter. The only other bencher with some worth is Dale Davis. But Flip's not playing the 3 possible trade candidates effectively, or in the case of Arroyo, in a situation where he can shine. I mean, we know Carlos isn't a bad PG, and yet the difference in his play and Billups is tremendous. This system does not favour him. Is it Darko that has to move? A 2 fer 1 with Davis for a higher priced big? Will Joe take a gamble and make a move for the future like Darko for first round pick and expiring deal, or Arroyo & Davis for Nene? These are the PGs rumoured to be on the block with their approximate salary. Earl Watson - $5 million this year, under contract until 2009/10 Jamal Crawford - $6.4 million this year, player option until 2010/11 Brevin Knight - $4.6 million this year, under contract until 2007/8 Steve Francis - $13.7 million, under contract with player option for 2008/9 season ($17.8 million) And here are some interesting names, under the radar somewhat. Tony Delk (ATL) - Expiring deal, 3.38 million this year. Drew Gooden from Cleveland is available, as G-man has pointed out a couple times. $4 million, last year of rookie deal, next year's qualifying offer is approx. $5.3 million Voshon Lenard is also being shopped by Denver. Expiring deal, $3.5 million this year.