Two sides to every story, especially in negotiations. We heard Boston's side. I'm sure someone will bring it up to Reich, Ballard or someone else in some interview in the future. Maybe they'll share their side.
Either way, it sounds like Boston clearly isn't getting the money he wants or expects. But an honest question, do players/agents always wait till DURING the meetings to discuss money and term? You would think that in today's world of communication, the basis of a deal that each side would want would already be somewhat known by both parties before hand, no?
Pritchard mentioned after the draft that Aaron Holiday will work in the 3rd point guard spot this year and that we would keep Collison and Joseph.
I think he takes over Joe Young's role this season (unless he dominates in summer league and/or training camp) and be the starter the following year when Collison and Joseph are both free agents.
Maybe the staff didn't think anybody left in the draft pool would be an upgrade to the forward spot and believed Aaron Holiday was BPA.
Both Kevin Pritchard and Nate McMillan said after the draft that they weren't done adding pieces to the team, so while Glenn may be back, I don't think it is a certainty.