While the NBA Lockout is in full force and no moves can be made whatsoever; that means that teams can’t talk to or about current NBA players. Still, players have all the right in the world to discuss their current team or even other teams they may want to play for. New Orleans Hornets free agent Carl Landry has actually been doing just that and it isn’t about his current team.
“I think I can fit in with Portland,” Landry told SLAMonline. “They’re in need of a big post presence down low. I’m not taking anything away from (Greg) Oden and (Marcus) Camby. I just know what I can provide. The Blazers are a good team and I know I can help.”
During the middle of last season, Landry was traded to New Orleans from Sacramento and provided the Hornets with some great talent. He did say that he’d be willing to give the Hornets the first chance at re-signing him, but he seems to have already made up his mind as to where he’d at least like to play.
Landry continued on and told SLAMonline that he has “no doubt that I would blend in fine” with Portland.
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