He isn’t a superstar, but he doesn’t need your respect.
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You’ll be with us forever, Kobe.
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On February 7th, 2019, Masai Ujiri made the decision to trade for former Defensive Player of the Year Marc Gasol. The package to get the veteran Spaniard involved talented young big man Jonas Valanciunas, solid defensive guard Delon Wright, C.J. Miles and a 2024 second round pick. The move was risky, not only did Gasol have to develop chemistry with the rest of the roster quickly, but there was a genuine debate whether he, at the age of 34, could stay on the floor at the highest of levels.
It’s incredibly difficult to acquire superstar players. Most organizations aren’t in major markets to get one through free agency. Even getting high draft picks isn’t a guarantee. Raptors General Manager Masai Ujiri has always been a believer that you can find superstar talent later in the draft.