At least he does if you believe the New Jersey Star Ledger (emphasis mine).
In fact, among the desirable frontcourt free agents remaining —
Lamar Odom, Marvin Williams, David Lee, Jamario Moon, Marquis Daniels,
Linas Kleiza — they're not in play for any of them, we're told,
because they don't want to add payroll, and they don't see anyone who
We already know what's going to happen with a few of these guys.
Marvin's a likely one-year qualifier. Lee has an inflated sense of his
value and will also go one year and turn unrestricted. Moon, we hear,
wants to be in Boston. Odom is going to have to settle for Shawn
Marion/Paul Millsap money. Daniels is probably a better guy and a
better player than the Nets think, but he's not someone in which they'd
invest starter's money. Kleiza also thinks the market is softer than it
really is, but he's probably the best candidate out of this group.
Gotta give credit where credit is due… WEEI's Jess Camerato brought Moon up first when she joined us on The Two Man Game earlier this month. I think as far as minimum-wage options at the wing go, Moon is a good choice.