Those statements are not "an agreement" ...and remember, I'm one of those who believes in Vlade. In legal terms, NOTHING that has been said constitutes an official agreement. Tendering a notion, as you call it, isn't worth the paper it's written on. (And it's not written on anything, in case you don't get the reference.) Plans, intentions, notions, statements, etc. are not parts of a valid contract. Again, ask the Clippers... At the end of the day, I firmly believe Boogie is going to sign a lucrative extension BUT until the ink is on the paper he could be traded...NOT THAT I THINK HE WILL BE.