Kings, Pacers should swap forwards
- One team is 4-1 and a contender for the Eastern Conference throne. The other is 1-4, and sinking fast in the wild, wild West.
Each has an All-Star small forward who has been an integral part of the team's success in the recent past now it's time to trade them for each other.
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Through his agent, David Bauman, he asked to be traded, claiming he no longer felt comfortable on the team.
Through a month of training camp and the first two weeks of the season, it has shown. The trade request rankled the Kings, who got in several shouting matches with Bauman over the course of the summer. Stojakovic's teammates weren't pleased either. But it has had an even bigger effect on Peja.
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