Here's an interesting article written by Bob Finnan and published in an Ohio based newspaper called The News-Herald. The interesting part to me is not so much the story about the Cavs not having much interest in DeMarcus Cousins, but the "unconfirmed rumor" that the Kings have offered Isaiah Thomas to the Cavs for the 19th pick in the upcoming draft.
Here's the link: http://news-herald.com/articles/2013/06/01/sports/nh7018348.txt?viewmode=fullstory
"Unconfirmed rumors" aren't anything to get all excited about but they're certainly enough to get you thinking. So I pose this question... What role should Isaiah Thomas play for the Kings? Should he be the starting PG? Should he be a backup? Should he be traded? If he were to be traded would the 19th pick in a widely considered "weak" draft be a fair value?
I myself do not want to see Isaiah Thomas on another team. He may be a little bit vertically challenged but he is a great leader and he continuously works on his game. His numbers are decent but it seems to me that he will always be trying to improve no matter what his stat sheets are saying.
So what are your thoughts and why? If you think he should be traded, is the 19th pick in the upcoming draft enough? Would you demand more? Would you take less?