New York Knicks
Even Trade Both Teams
well, considering we now have felton on our roster, mozzy and wil haven't been as good in denver as they were in NY, and gallo isnt of super star caliber, i'd say NY won
This is just the beginning. Let's keep it up. History is bound to repeat itself. Let's hope that this time it's for the best.
I was assuming they ranked it by smaller increments.
I think the quality of the players mattering in a trade is pretty self explanatory. And the thread title says in hindsight.
The team couldn't win.They got rid of a star player who couldn't win for them
Mozgov, Chandler, don't see the depth in hindsight.and got back depth
Nope, as of right now, they are over the cap. 67 million on the payroll this year. 72 million for next year., flexibility
True, I forgot which ones, but they did get draft picks.draft picks
, and typically when a team sends away a so called "franchise" player, they eat ****. Denver was still a very good team, with more options going forward.
Denver currently has no cap flexibility. That's the team: http://hoopshype.com/salaries/denver.htm
In the end the name of the game is winning a championship. By acquiring a superstar the Knicks have positioned themselves better to do just that. We weren't going anywhere with Gallo, Chandler, Mozgov and Denver isn't going anywhere with them either.
As it currently stands the Knicks have shot at a championship, the Nuggets have no such thing.
The Nugs won it no matter how you look at it for the simple fact that they got so much for a player NY could have simply signed in the off-season.
New York would have been deeper sooner and could have potentially put together an enticing enough package for Chris Paul.
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