To be honest, I see need to see Jrue step up. They have a lot of good PGs coming into the draft and he would give us a good return.
13.8 points 6.2 assists 3.9 rebounds in his second year is pretty damn good to me, and he honestly could prolly average 8 assists if we had better shooters and his points will go up his 3rd and 4th years as will assists, and he is 100% untouchable in the sixers front office, he is gonna be are leader for years to come and he is the one sixer i would be furious to see get traded
I would be shocked if the sixers did anything except maybe a reserve big coming here for one of our expirings/Trade exception.
Lets make a moveeeeeeeeeeee
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Pretty likely that nothing is to come of this, but I thought it was worthwhile to post up here anyway. I wonder who they were talking about offering back? From the broad spectrum of their wishlist (Iggy, Granger, Aldridge, McGee) it seems like they're probably trying to offload either Ellis or Curry and just get ANY good player who isn't a ball-dominant combo guard in return. Food for thought.
The Golden State Warriors have inquired about a trade for the Sixers' Andre Iguodala, sources told the San Francisco Chronicle.
The sources indicate that the Warriors came up empty in their pursuit of Iguodala and a number of other players, including Danny Granger and big men such as JaVale McGee and LaMarcus Aldridge.
The NBA trading deadline is Thursday at 3 p.m. Eastern. The Sixers seem unlikely to pull off a big deal at the deadline, although they could tweak the roster for a playoff push.
The team reconvenes tonight at 6 o'clock for their first practice after the All-Star break.
melo trade should be done by tonight their saying...what are the chance the sixers start getting into discussions?
Link: http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/n...ory?id=6145912The New York Knicks have acquired Carmelo Anthony, league sources told ESPN The Magazine's senior writer Chris Broussard on Monday night.
League sources also told Broussard that none of the teams can officially confirm the deal until Tuesday.
The swap is a three-way deal including Minnesota, a league source told Broussard.
As a part of the deal, Denver will get Wilson Chandler, Raymond Felton, Danilo Gallinari, Timofey Mozgov, the Knicks' 2014 first-round draft pick, the Warriors' 2012 second-round pick, the Warriors' 2013 second-round pick and $3 million in cash while Chauncey Billups, Shelden Williams, Anthony Carter and Renaldo Balkman will head to New York, according to the Denver Post.
New York will send Anthony Randolph and Eddy Curry to Minnesota as part of the deal, according to the newspaper.
Finally.. now let the REAL trading begin
Knicks gave up SO much in this deal by the way..
Plus they just got Corey Brewer from Twolves and will have space to sign CP3 or Williams (if the rumors are true about both being interested in NY). Thats not bad at all.
TerminH1NK13Originally Posted by Sam Hinkie
New York gave up a lot but they got a lot. If you can get a superstar, you have to get one. And Billups, Fields, Anthony, and Amare is pretty stacked. Players will easily come there in the off-seasons to follow as well.
Hopefully the 76ers do something, but I doubt it. Every year I hope Iguodala will get traded, and then the team either does nothing, or do a bench trade. Unfortunately there is no chance of attempting to dump Iguodala since we are headed for a playoff spot, aka a first round exit.
Meanwhile, we will probably lose in five games to either Miami or Boston.