posted on May, 5 2004 @ 04:17 PM
Babcock, Weltman to get second interviews with Raptors
Globe and Mail
Timberwolves vice-president of player personnel Rob Babcock and Nuggets assistant GM Jeff Weltman have emerged as the front-runners for the Raptors'
vacant GM job. Sources told the Globe and Mail's Robert MacLeod that both Babcock and Weltman will be interviewed for a second time this week.
Bucks may be ready to spend
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Bucks could sign a big man and a guard in the offseason. The Journal Sentinel's Tom Enlund reports that the Bucks could target Michael Doleac,
Adonal Foyle, Steven Hunter, Stanislav Medvedenko, Gary Trent, Robert Traylor, Rafer Alston, Brandon Armstrong, Travis Best, Mike James, Rod
Strickland or Jacque Vaughn.
Wesley: Hornets may make changes
New Orleans Times-Picayune
David Wesley told the Times-Picayune's John Reid that he expects the Hornets to make some "changes". Wesley, Robert Traylor, Steve Smith, Stacey
Augmon, Shammond Williams, Maurice Carter and coach Tim Floyd may not be back next season.
Curry hopes Bulls keep Chandler, Crawford
Eddy Curry doesn't want the Bulls to deal Tyson Chandler or Jamal Crawford. Although the Bulls are likely to part ways with one of the pair, Curry
told the Sun-Times's Lacy J. Banks that he "wouldn't want to see that happen".
Garnett not in 'MVP mode'
St. Paul Pioneer Press
Kevin Garnett didn't look like the best player in the league against the Kings last night. Pioneer Press columnist Bob Sansevere writes that Garnett
"wasn't in his usual MVP mode".
[Edited on 5/5/04 by TRD]