God. This is good. Not a lot to cheer about lately. But this is good. Very, very good. Our take: Theo was offered a more than reasonable contract. Seeing as the "Moneyball" system he is given credit for instituting is based on the exploitation of market inefficiency, it's more than a bit ironic to see him as the possible victim of those same ideas. You reap what you sow. Meanwhile, members of RSN who have so enjoyed watching that system in action, might want to ask why different rules apply to their ex-GM.