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Chris Paul isn't satisfied with his team.
He wants real teammates who are capable of producing.
The Hornets are scared they will lose Paul and get nothing in return, just like the Cavs and Raptors did last off season with their two stars.
Portland needs to find a way to get rid of Roy. Yes he is a leader for the team, but his contract is way too big for the team, and he isn't contributing like the Roy of old.
No matter what others say, Roy is done. His surgeon himself said that if Portland is lucky, they will get another one or two years of play out of him. That doesn't necessarily mean productive play.
Portland can offer a package of Roy, first round picks, Fernandez, cash considerations and Camby for Paul.
Should Rich Cho pull off this miracle, Portland should be set with one of the best line ups in the league.
Paul won't be missing West with Aldridge, who is basically West times two. He'll also have Oden, Batum, Matthews, and Wallace to help him on his quest to a title.
Getting rid of Roy will be a sad event indeed, but it will also allow the team to play more fast paced, something I've been suggesting for quite a while now due to their athleticism.