NBA The forward has been through Portland, Hosuton, Detroit and Oklahoma since the market opened
Hthere is a song of Johnny Cash titulada ‘I’ve been everywhere’ (I’ve been everywhere). The legendary singer included in the lyrics an extraordinary number of cities in the United States recited at full speed. The topic could well be Trevor Ariza’s last week soundtrack. In the recently opened NBA transfer market, the 20-foot, 35-year-old forward has been traded three times and on consecutive days.
Tuesday was in Portland, the team with which the season ended, although he did not go to the NBA bubble due to personal problems. Wednesday was sent to Houston, where he had already been in two different stages throughout his career. On Thursday they transferred to Detroit. Friday ended in Oklahoma. And seeing the Thunder’s frenzy in the marketplace, it may not be their last destination. Ariza is a good example of what is said about Players in the NBA are well paid merchandise.
So much travel is not something new for Ariza that, given his experience in the League, he should be used to it. Also, he has lived in his own flesh about moving frequently. Throughout his 16 NBA career seasons, he has played for nine teams: Knicks, Magic, Lakers (with whom he was champion in 2009), Rockets, Hornets, Wizards, again Rockets, Suns, again Wizards, Kings and Blazers.
Active only Ish Smith, 11, and Anthony Tolliver, 10, have played for more franchises. The top, with 12It is shared by Chucky Brown, Jim Jackson, Joe Smith and Tony Massenburg, who also went through Unicaja and Barcelona in the 90s. Ariza has a shot at reaching them, especially if he continues to be transfer meat during the season.
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