The most agreeable solution would be for the Warriors to sell Barry to one of the NBA's new expansion teams, San Diego or Seattle. He would be a great boost for that team's first season—financially and on the court. The Warriors would make a little money off the sale; the Oaks would not have to pay his salary. Barry's four or five visits to San Francisco would provide sufficient opportunity for those in the Bay Area who view him as either devil or angel to renew their acquaintance with him and vent their respective emotions upon him in the manner to which they are accustomed. These appearances in San Francisco would not, however, be so numerous as to smother any burgeoning interest in the Oaks. Everyone would seem to profit. And Rick Barry would play basketball, which is what this is still all about.