Didnt know they were holding one today, saw it on twitter
Pulled this summary from PR
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Demps asked about Gordon being here and will he listen to trade offers : if situation presented itself you have to look at it like any move
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Demps: He (Gordon) had some ups had some downs
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Monty says he has a summer schedule recently finished starts in 3 weeks and runs up to start of season, usually 3-4 days a week
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Demps stays Free Agency is like college recruiting, sometimes you don't get who you want
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"We don't have enough time" - Monty , when asked about what he needs to work on. Says Loomis has things lined up for him this summer
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Monty says the 4th quarter collapses is something he thinks about a lot.
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Demps says Monty gave every guy an opportunity this season and that is tough. Has a good understanding of every player on the team
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Monty says he will talk to Popovich, Robinson, Doc, Loomis and Demps to be brutally honest about how he did
John Reid@JohnReid64Monty Williams said he made a mistake that he assumed his players knew the game.
John Reid, NOLA.com:
Dell Demps said they are going to look at every opportunity, including possibly trading Eric Gordon. He thought it was tough for Gordon coming back from injury.
Looks like nothing we dont already know
Good to see Monty consulting Pop
Also, Chris Paul basically said hes staying in LA... so maybe we can put an end to those crazy talks
The 23-year-old point guard is progressively improving and Chris Paul knows it's only a matter of time before he will be forced to play against him instead of alongside of him. "Bled is one of the best guards in our league," Paul said after practice Sunday. "I've said it all season long. I'm enjoying playing with him right now because there's no way he can be here next year because we probably won't have enough money to pay him. He should be a starting point guard in this league next year."
Bledsoe is actually under contract for next season at $2.6 million, but Paul's words may be the clearest indication yet that he fully intends to sign the five-year, $108 million contract extension the Clippers plan to offer him in the offseason. He knows as long as he is the Clippers' point guard; there simply is no room for Bledsoe. ESPN.com