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Chauncey Billups - PG, 6'3, 210
Retired - Retired after 2014 season
       Date of birth: 09/25/1976
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): 3rd pick, 1997
     Out of: Colorado
  NBA Experience: 17 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:

   Tax Payers, Trade Kickers, And Other Deadline Day Bookkeeping

New York and New Jersey made the two biggest moves by acquiring the two All-Stars, Williams and Anthony. The Knicks finally closed the deal on the Anthony saga, their additional acquisition of Chauncey Billups and their retention of Landry Fields keeping the price tag just about on the right of 'acceptable.' Meanwhile, the Nets's genuinely staggering trade for Williams, whilst ultimately a backup plan, turned out to be better then their original plan. If their intention was to chase Melo for half a year, then give up and trade less in a deal for a better, cheaper player with less mileage on the clock, then they pulled it off beautifully.

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   Do the Heat have enough to win a title?

That is, of course, an observation using the benefit of hindsight. It is incredibly difficult to point to any one free agent this summer, or any realistic trade target given the limited variety of Miami’s trade assets, and say that they would have been the missing piece. Only if you knew before signing Battier that Chauncey Billups was going to be amnestied could you claim that, and not even Chauncey Billups himself knew that was going to happen.

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