From Sean Deveney of The Sporting News:
Now that the Pacers have lost Stojakovic, Indiana could look to reclaim Harrington, who began his career in Indy. There are several problems, though. The Pacers can only offer the midlevel exception, and Harrington is worth more. There are not many teams left with the cap space to sign Harrington, which might entice Atlanta into a sign-and-trade. However, Hawks' ownership is in limbo, which could stall major deals. Indiana does not have much to offer for Harrington. Golden State, however, does and if the Hawks want to pull a sign-and-trade, the Warriors (Troy Murphy?) are the more likely candidate.
Putting aside our obvious bias- If you were Al Harrington would you rather go to the Pacers or Warriors? Why? Consider money, teammates, and winning.
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