The one and ONLY thing i still like about Karls coaching abilities is how he handles drama situations, I think he would do better than most coaches out of handling the off court problems of DMC
Agree and I would LOVE to see DMC here. Getting a guy like him who's value is somewhat low currently is really our only chance of getting a star player other than through draft and I dont see us being bad enough to get a good draft pick anyway.
Imaging DMC alongside Faried with Javale off the bench.. just durrrrty.
I really like our keyplayers, especially because most of the guys are still very young and have upside left. I would not even think about trading guys like Gallinari, Lawson, Faried or McGee. Even Iguodala is untouchable IMO, because he is and will be very productive and efficient.
Miller, Koufos, Mozgov, Brewer, Chandler, Q, Fournier, Hamilton, Stone and Randolph - Brewer + Koufos + Mozgov + Chandler + Picks would be the only package, I would sending over to Sacramento and that would not be good enough for DMC, I guess.
But GK loves DMC, we are going to put on a really good package to bring him over.
Last edited by King Kendrick; 01-02-2013 at 07:19 AM.
Just found an SI article titled NBA predictions for 2013
Quote: The Nuggets will make at least one significant trade. Denver's phone will be active as the Feb. 21 trade deadline approaches. Virtually every player on the roster would be attractive to some potential trade partner, and those players' contracts are largely reasonable enough to attract plenty of interest. A less active general manager might choose to sit tight. But the Nuggets' Masai Ujiri can't seem to help himself, and since his arrival in Denver the franchise has been turned over entirely and tweaked incessantly. The fact that the Nuggets are a middle-of-the-pack West team only makes a potential trade more likely, and one can only imagine how a deal might offer some resolution to a cluttered depth chart. Ty Lawson and Kenneth Faried are more or less strapped down, but everything else seems available for trade. It'll just come down to Ujiri's tinkering with the offers available until he finds something he likes, with the timing and finances making sense for a Denver team with plenty of options.
Ty Lawson and Kenneth Faried are more or less strapped down, but everything else seems available for trade.
I don't think Lawson should be excluded from posible trades. He is one of the highest paid PG's in the league but plays at times worse then andre miller. Hes also not clutch and plays scared when he gets his shot packed.