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    I think Utah would not be willing to part with Millsap for Calderon. Maybe for Lowry....http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=d3hvzkd
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaoudS View Post
    I think Utah would not be willing to part with Millsap for Calderon. Maybe for Lowry....http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=d3hvzkd
    i don't know, expiring for expiring. and they have Jamaal Tinsley running the show (Mo Williams hurt) *ugh. and they need to make a decision on who to keep in Jefferson or Millsap.



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    A top 10 PG for a PF??/

    PF's are so easy to find, how easy is it to find a dynamic PG??


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    http://m.espn.go.com/nba/story?storyId=8845345

    Owner: 'Bank of Cuban' is open

    DALLAS -- Memo to the rest of the NBA: Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is in "Let's Make a Deal" mode.

    "We're letting everybody know that the "Bank of Cuban" is open," Cuban said Monday night, a couple of days after declaring that there was a "100 percent chance" the Mavs would aggressively pursue trade opportunities before the Feb. 21 deadline.

    "If it's the right deal, we don't mind taking back money. But we're not going to do a trade just to do a trade. It's got to be worthwhile."

    The Mavs have the ability to take back significantly more salary in trades because they are under the salary cap. Cuban has continually insisted that is a primary reason he opted for financial flexibility instead of re-signing several key contributors to the Mavs' 2010-11 title team, not just because they wanted to have enough salary cap space to sign a superstar in free agency.

    As Mavs star Dirk Nowitzki recently lamented, the Mavs missed out on Deron Williams last summer and would be a long shot to land a legitimate superstar this offseason, with Clippers point guard Chris Paul and Lakers center Dwight Howard expected to stay with their respective teams in Los Angeles.

    As a result, the 16-23 Mavs' best chance to make major roster upgrades is probably in the trade market. And Cuban has made it clear that he intends to explore every trade possibility, saying he's poring over rosters and making suggestions to Dallas president of basketball operations Donnie Nelson on a daily basis.

    "That's obviously good to know that he still wants to go for it," Nowitzki said, noting that the Mavs have typically been one of the teams hit hardest by the luxury tax. "That's obviously what he promised me when I re-signed here in 2010. I wanted to make sure that he still wanted to go for it and keep spending and using his resources to make sure this was a winning franchise, and obviously then we didn't know that the next year we were going to win it all.

    "That just happened and it was a great byproduct, but our plan was to be a winning team the four years that I signed on, so we'll see what happens."

    The Mavs have made many trades during Cuban's 13-year ownership tenure where the team took on significantly more salary. Such deals brought key championship pieces Jason Kidd and Tyson Chandler to Dallas.

    However, the Mavs wouldn't have had the flexibility to make those types of trades as a luxury-tax-paying team under the new, more restrictive collective bargaining agreement. Cuban now is hoping to take advantage of teams that want to avoid paying the luxury tax, which increases dramatically next season.

    The Mavs, who are in danger of having a 12-year playoff streak snapped, have several expiring contracts that could be attractive to cost-cutting teams. The Mavs will seek to get involved as a facilitator in multi-team trades as well as discuss traditional deals.

    "Anything that helps us," Cuban said.
    This is interesting because he is willing to take on salary and long contracts.

    Possibilities?

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    Take Landry Fields of us for a pick please and thank you.

    Elton Brand for Amir Johnson base maybe??


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raps Insider 12 View Post
    http://m.espn.go.com/nba/story?storyId=8845345
    This is interesting because he is willing to take on salary and long contracts.

    Possibilities?
    Think they would be willing to take Bargnani? Who better to mold them than someone he was supposed to be?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaoudS View Post
    Think they would be willing to take Bargnani? Who better to mold them than someone he was supposed to be?
    lol and then we get Vince Carter.



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    Quote Originally Posted by koreancabbage View Post
    lol and then we get Vince Carter.
    I pulled off a similar trade in 2K13

    Toronto traded Bargnani, Kleiza, 2 second round picks for Millsap
    Turned around and traded Millsap, Peitrus, Fields for Vince Carter and Elton Brand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaoudS View Post
    Think they would be willing to take Bargnani? Who better to mold them than someone he was supposed to be?
    Lol, the understudy.

    The assets that I am interested from that roster: Mayo, Collison and their first round pick.

    So a Bargnani base maybe a good start for BC to inquire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raps Insider 12 View Post
    Lol, the understudy.

    The assets that I am interested from that roster: Mayo, Collison and their first round pick.

    So a Bargnani base maybe a good start for BC to inquire.
    I like Roddy Beaubois, and Crowder develop into a good scorer off the bench.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaoudS View Post
    I like Roddy Beaubois, and Crowder develop into a good scorer off the bench.
    I also like Dom. Jones... who I think is a BC type player. If we are trading them Bargs, I would want Kaman back. He would help at the C position.

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    Maybe a three-team trade between Dallas ,Memphis and Toronto

    http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=a3yw92q

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    Quote Originally Posted by nba_4_life View Post
    Maybe a three-team trade between Dallas ,Memphis and Toronto

    http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=a3yw92q
    That actually makes a lot of sense, even if there would be a log jam at the 2.
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    wonder if oj mayo can play point? ^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by nba_4_life View Post
    wonder if oj mayo can play point? ^^^
    no he cant and why would we need a point guard we have Lowry?

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