Hornets bar Lynch from camp, seek trade
Lynch has made it clear he wants to be traded and the feeling is mutual, said Hornets coach Byron Scott.
"I don't want those type of distractions in our locker room," Scott said.
"George has made it clear that he wants to be traded. We've made it clear that we want to trade him.
"We want to try to get rid of him, try to make him happy."
Team officials said Lynch is in Dallas while recovering from offseason foot surgery and was unavailable for comment.
Lynch's agent, Steve Kaussman, couldn't be reached for comment.
Lynch is in the final year of a contract that will pay him $3.2 million this season. He has said he wants to play for a contending team.
The Hornets will play 35 home games in Oklahoma City this season because of hurricane damage in New Orleans.
Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press
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