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    Quote Originally Posted by 3iverson3 View Post
    No I don't. They aren't the best defensive team because of Boozer and Gibson is better than him defensively. I would never trade WC and couple of picks for a guy who will take Faried's time away. Boozer avg 15 and 8 in 34 minutes, something I think Faried can do (and probably get more boards). Now if we didn't have Faried, then mayyyyybbbee.

    How far do you guys think the nuggets could have gone in the east??
    I feel like we could have been in the ecf playing the heat right now.
    Nuggets dominated the eastern conference teams this year. And looking at the teams in the eastern conference, I think only Miami could give them a run for their money.

    I think Denver's starting 5 are pretty much set Ty, AAA, Gallo, Faried & McGee (assuming they resign him). So I dont think Denver will be adding any stars in FA, but rather role players. The positions that need improvement off the bench are PG, PF and SG (pure shooter).

    I think last season the lack of rebounds at PF when Faried was off the court was evident and alarming. So they need a good rebounder to back up the Manimal. This would only be the case against teams that are able to slow the tempo.

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    Yup we need a pure shooter and a shooting pf to back up manimal. What we must never ever never ever do is play Al and Faried together!!! Use either with one of the three seven footers! That is pretty much it (if Miller/Mcgee stay) but I would like us to get some veteran presence like k.thomas or j.howard or something.

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    Off season

    Would you trade McGee to Portland for out two lottery picks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmo View Post
    Would you trade McGee to Portland for out two lottery picks
    For that deal I bet the Nuggets would throw in a "free backrubs for life" coupon too

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    How about this trade and a swap of picks if Moute agrees on it?
    http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine
    Last year we signed him to an offer sheet. The guy is probably the best defender in the leauge right now. It would definetly help us fight of Durant and Westbrook in the upcomming years. I also think he'd agree to come here because he has ties with Ujiri working on basketball programs in Africa.

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    link doesnt work

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    The link only sent me to the trade machine. Who would you trade???

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    Chandler for Mbah A Moute and swap of picks.

    We can probably get more for him, but I'm in love with Mbah A Moute.

    I just don't see Chandler and Gallo both working out. No because it'll be a locker room problem or anythign like that, but I just don't think they're is enough time for the both of them. They're kind of similar. Chandler comming off the bench ... ehh I just don't know. He's not a scorer like Terry or JR. I think trading him is a good idea. I also don't want Hamilton to just rot on the bench.

    Another trade idea that I think I saw in this forum before was J-Smoove for Chandler, Mozgov, Brewer, pick. I don't really like that because I really like Faried as our starter and Smith does some dumb ****.

    We'll see...

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    Quote Originally Posted by iGerman View Post
    Chandler for Mbah A Moute and swap of picks.

    I just don't see Chandler and Gallo both working out.
    I havent seen enough of Moute to know what kind of player he is but I disagree that Chandler and Gallo cant co-exist.

    Chandler can play three positions SG/SF/PF and Gallo can play SF/PF. Yes we have Hamilton (SG/SF) and AAA (SG) plus Brewer (SG/SF) but I think all these players are willing to sacrifice minutes for the team concept and the running game.

    I think Nuggets FO will give George Karl two years to see what he can do with his "team" concept. If he fails they have 2014 draft to change philosophy but I dont see Denver making a big change or trading away a player just signed to a multi-year deal again (which everyone thinks we got at a steal).

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    Chandler isn't going anywhere. He is a great player at a cheap price and he wanted to be here. Chandler and gallo have coexisted their whole careers so why not now? Afflalo is also not going anywhere the only tradable players on our roster currently are.

    Brewer
    Birdman
    Mozgov although I think we keep him
    Hamilton I also think we keep him and develop him into our future sg or play him how we played smith
    Harrington
    Koufus
    "There are only two or three superstars in the league anyways," Karl said early in the season.

    Agreed

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    1 Bradley Beal Florida Freshman 6-3 207 High Lottery
    2 Austin Rivers Duke Freshman 6-4 200 Mid-late lottery
    3 Jeremy Lamb Connecticut Sophomore 6-5 180 Mid first
    4 Dion Waiters Syracuse Sophomore 6-4 215 Mid/late first
    5 Evan Fournier Poitiers Basket (France) 19 6-6 195 Mid/late first
    6 John Jenkins Vanderbilt Junior 6-4 215 Late first/early second
    7 Terrence Ross Washington Sophomore 6-6 195 Late first/early second
    8 Jared Cunningham Oregon St. Junior 6-4 194 Early second
    9 Will Barton Memphis Sophomore 6-6 175 Second round
    10 Doron Lamb Kentucky Sophomore 6-4 210 Second round

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    We tried getting Moute but it didn't work. Ever since Ujiri came he actually has done something, even during the summer. I think he will try to get someone this summer in the fa.

    Of the sg in the draft who do you want^^

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    I actually do like Chandler. And I guess Chandler and Gallo did play well together in NY. I'd definetly give him up for Moute though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3iverson3 View Post
    1 Bradley Beal Florida Freshman 6-3 207 High Lottery
    2 Austin Rivers Duke Freshman 6-4 200 Mid-late lottery
    3 Jeremy Lamb Connecticut Sophomore 6-5 180 Mid first
    4 Dion Waiters Syracuse Sophomore 6-4 215 Mid/late first
    5 Evan Fournier Poitiers Basket (France) 19 6-6 195 Mid/late first
    6 John Jenkins Vanderbilt Junior 6-4 215 Late first/early second
    7 Terrence Ross Washington Sophomore 6-6 195 Late first/early second
    8 Jared Cunningham Oregon St. Junior 6-4 194 Early second
    9 Will Barton Memphis Sophomore 6-6 175 Second round
    10 Doron Lamb Kentucky Sophomore 6-4 210 Second round

    Jenkins. Probably the best shooter on the draft, although questionable on defense.

    I like Ross as well except he seems pretty similar to JHam.

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    Doron Lamb or Jenkins in the 2nd round (either our pick or if we move up)

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