Keeping it real: Why the Shaq trade isn't working out
Originally Published: March 7, 2008By John Hollinger | ESPN Insider
Lisa Blumenfeld/Getty ImagesShaq was brought in to help Steve Nash and the Suns come playoff time. But right now, there's a growing chance that Phoenix doesn't even make the postseason in the super-competitive Western Conference.
"If it works, I'm a genius. If it doesn't, I'm a moron, I guess." -- Steve Kerr
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