When your property value hits its high point, you sell.
When you stocks are riding high, you sell
Varejo's market value will never be higher. The missed an opportunity last year to move him unlsess the offers were insufficient. Not so this year.
I don't think they will let this deadline pass without making some kind of deal. They have some good young talent and should have another lottery pick this year. Why not mulitply those picks and get some young talent in return? (Green, Sully,Melo)Especially since Varejo has a history of injuries. He can only help the Cavs stay somewhat competitive, but still lottery bound. He may get injured again, and devalue those bargaining chips. Not sure if Danny should go for this guy, although I love his talent, desire, and production this year. The injury bug, scares the heck out of me. I would rather go for a lesser risk for the Big man position. Gortat, Perk, or Big Al, or (?), makes more sense for the Celts as we would not have to give up as much and may get more in return in the long run. As the article states:
"Late first-round picks and meager role players aren’t going to get the job done; Varejao is simply far too good and far too useful to be liquidated for filler, no matter how much he might help your favorite team."