Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good. Rod Thorn and Ed Stefanski know that. Between July 2005 and last year, the Nets signed Shareef Abdur-Rahim to a $38 million contract, then reneged; took Marc Jackson as a consolation prize then dumped him; tried and failed to sign Tim Thomas. In the midst of all that, they reluctantly agreed to take on the contract of a draft bust and journeyman who it turns out is playing better than any of the other three...and better than any Net bench player in years.
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