Honestly I think it depends. I think they try to get him help first, but they've tried that for 8 years now. It's not working. CJ is a good 3rd but he can't be their 2nd best player. SAS heard they may get to get KAT next to him. At some point, especially after everything he's done for the team for nearly a decade, you concede and blow it up. As Dame said in his post game, Denver was without their backcourt and they still weren't good enough to beat them or get out of the 1st round. I think if Dame really started to push for it, they entertain offers. I think the IG post was just postgame/ post season frustration. But it's the first crack we've seen from him. So who knows... it could be interesting. Everyone, including people in his circle, are telling him to bounce. At best, he's got what?...6 more cracks at this thing? I think the Heat could be a legit option. They have money and some assets they could send out. I'll never count out what can happen if Riley gets a face to face. I think Dame and Butler approach the game in a similar fashion, too. To get an asset instead of him walking in a year. I think Kuz is fair compensation if that's the concern. He could come in for either Tatum or Brown and they'd probably still run similar sets.