Channing Frye Rumors

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Channing Frye
Channing Frye
Position: -
Born: 05/17/83
Height: 6-11 / 2.11
Weight:248 lbs. / 112.5 kg.
Earnings: $69,732,776 ($77,606,904*)
CJ McCollum: Then I began to go to other wineries and check out different places and have tastings. That’s when I realized I was living amongst a gold mine. And, obviously, Kevin Love [basketball player for the Cleveland Cavaliers], he was born here. He was telling me more about Oregon specifically. [Former Trail Blazer] Channing Frye was out here in the summertime. There are a lot of guys who already had a great appreciation for wine. I was just kind of tapping into their knowledge, asking around, checking in with friends.
With social media buzz of potential trade scenarios for Portland, Frye weighed in on the idea of dealing CJ McCollum. And he made sure to let everyone, including the Boston Celtics, know what he thinks it would take to get a trade done for McCollum. Channing Frye: “If you want CJ McCollum and somebody, you’d have to give me Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart… That’s what I see CJ’s value as.” Frye reiterated for the Blazers to trade McCollum, it couldn’t just be for Celtics wing Marcus Smart. Frye threw in Smart and Gordon Hayward as another potential trade pair.
Storyline: CJ McCollum Trade?
CJ McCollum never expected his wine, McCollum Heritage 91, to sell out in less than an hour, but that’s exactly what happened when his Oregon pinot noir launched in mid-September. “To be honest, I don’t think it could’ve gone much better,” he said. With the launch, McCollum officially joined a group of NBA players who have their own wine labels, a list that includes Channing Frye, Dwyane Wade, and Yao Ming. But McCollum’s passion for wine has been years in the making, and it blossomed over the summer, when McCollum was living in the “NBA Bubble.” He turned his entire hotel room into a refrigerator in order to keep his collection of 84 wines at the correct temperature.
Channing Frye, Nash’s longtime friend and former teammate, was supportive of the Nets’ hire and said that Nash’s playing abilities had prepared him for the job. “For me, you have to look at the opportunities that are out there,” Frye, now a TNT analyst, said in an interview. “If this was the only job that was available then for sure, maybe this is a case of white privilege. But knowing that these other jobs are open, it’s pretty dang amazing. “Would I like to see more diversity as head coaches? Obviously. But in this case, I just don’t see that, knowing Sean Marks, knowing Steve Nash, I just don’t think this is that situation.”