Yep...the Clippers and being hurt have pretty much f'd THT...that and choosing to leave early. Where it looked like he'd be needed to fill cheap slots on the roster a week ago...he's now way down the depth chart & has no way to impress anyone sitting on the sidelines. More importantly there is no reason (financially) to keep him around to see how he develops, or even playing time in LA to let him develop. He was never a 1st round pick going into this draft. All the sunshine pumpers & the BB press that have nothing better to do than project drafts really f'd THT imho. And that started about mid year when he started focusing and playing for the NBA draft more than being a part of the team. Shayok is doing well with the 76ers...which I'm very happy about. Good guy, hard worker, smart kid. He's a real profesional guy who I expect to have a good NBA career. He won't be a superstar...but a solid bench & team guy who NBA clubs will be happy to have.