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RE: It's Always the Quiet Ones
Ron Mercer is a good example of an agent manipulating his client into
thinking he is worth more than he actually is. If the Celtics offered him
$7M a year he should have jumped at it, and Pitino could be seen as very
loyal offering such an amount to an underdeveloped player, as he did with
McCarty. Unless he really develops his game I do not think he will ever see
this amount of money from anyone else. Eve Denver is not ready to give him
this type of money.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of
Sent: Thursday, October 07, 1999 7:13 AM
Subject: It's Always the Quiet Ones
Between the gang rape allegations and bugging Kenny for the ball, Ron
Mercer is not the man that he seems to be. How sad. I hope it's not true
(the rape), but the scenario sounds very familiar to me. I once was
involved with a case EXACTLY like this one when I was a student advisor at
Northeastern U. in Boston. Three guys, one intoxicated woman...another guy
walks in and is asked to participate (in an extremely crude way) and he
declines. The other three have their way with a woman so drunk that she
loses consciousness several times during the attack.
Again, I hope it's not true, but since I know about that awful story, I do
know these things happen.
Back to b-ball. How about that Danny Forston?
And hey, Joe, we need some nicknames for some of the new crew. Get
thinking. What's Calbert's handle? You can't tell me people call him