Has anyone thought about just trying to sign D12 as a FA next year? He wants to win and if we had a firesale (a la Knicks when they tried to get LBJ).
Joe Johnson to DAL for the trade exception they get in the Odom trade and their 1st round pick (#17) and 2013 1st rounder
Horford to HOU for Martin and their #12 and #18 pick
Marvin to anyone for a pick
We could have picks #12, 17, 18, and 23 and get a lot of young talent to put around Josh and hope to entice D12 and Smoove to sign in their hometown.
I would deal him if I could, but I wouldn't call it a burden. 2yr/15M total left.Originally Posted by BamBoom
Joe Johnson's deal? That's a burden lol.
Anyone hear anymore rumors?
Marvin is highly overpaid but he is a solid role player that would be difficult to replace. Trading him away for a 1st rounder (maybe early 2nd) if we don't have to take on a bad contract is fine with me but he is still young and getting better every year. But I agree, the hindsight hurts.
No way would this ever go down, but I like to dream big.
Charlotte receives: Joe Johnson (ATL) and Von Wafer (ORL)
Atlanta receives: Dwight Howard
Orlando receives: #2 pick, Ben Gordon, and DeSagana Diop
Was this pipe dream even worth posting??? Sorry.....
Yeah I was thinking about the Sessions trade.Originally Posted by BamBoom
Finally, the Cavaliers get the added bonus of being able to swap their least favorable first round draft pick in 2013 with the Lakers first round pick in 2013. Currently, the Cavs own the rights to the Miami Heat's 2013 first round pick. Let's pretend that the Heat have the 28th pick in the 2013 draft. Similarly, let's say the Lakers have the 19th pick in the 2013 draft. This added bonus to the trade allows the Cavs to move from 28th to 19th in next years draft just like that. Pretty sweet, eh?
Last edited by Bravo95; 06-28-2012 at 05:29 PM.
While I do think the fact that this is his home city and we can pay Josh more than any one else and possibly sign one more good player, is a very big draw for DH. I also think putting a team on the floor that can get into the play-off's without him is as well. And if we do back the truck up for DH and Smith, we will need cheap cost controlled players on the roster.
Last edited by *Silver&Black*; 06-28-2012 at 05:33 PM.
That would be a scary front line in the futur.Alex Kennedy: The New Orleans Hornets are hoping Andre Drummond slips to #10, according to sources. They'd love to put Drummond next to Anthony Davis. Twitter