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    Quote Originally Posted by latinofire21 View Post
    If I were the bulls I would offer this to the Hornets. Knowing that Gordon doesnt want to be there you can offer a package of draft picks some young talent and some veteran presence around their young guys.

    heres the trade i thought would benefit both teams. Just include a first rounder and a 2nd rounder to the deal going to the hornets.

    http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=alshnzu
    you like to rape nba teams like the hornets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungOne View Post
    you like to rape nba teams like the hornets?
    Seriously. No youth going back in that deal to NOH. I understand Eric Gordon doesn't want to be there, but Boozer and Hamilton aren't the answer. Not sure about their contracts, but if they're expiring I'll bump it from 1.5 stars / 5 to 2.5 / 5

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungOne View Post
    celtics - rebounding, shotblocking center like gortat
    Or Biedrins.


    Quote Originally Posted by Monta is beast View Post
    If Currys defense is so bad, why do the warriors have the third best defensive team in the league? Why do opposing point guards have a less than average per of 14.9 when Curry is in the game? Why does curry LEAD the nba with a plus minus of +416.
    Quote Originally Posted by alexander_37 View Post
    You can rattle off all of the stats you want with no context whatsoever. You still said Curry is the 4th best player in the league.
    I guess stats aren't factual when rattled off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by latinofire21 View Post
    If I were the bulls I would offer this to the Hornets. Knowing that Gordon doesnt want to be there you can offer a package of draft picks some young talent and some veteran presence around their young guys.

    heres the trade i thought would benefit both teams. Just include a first rounder and a 2nd rounder to the deal going to the hornets.

    http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=alshnzu
    I really hope you're joking because if not this is possibly the worst trade proposal I've ever seen on PSD.....


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    But na I'd be happy if Gortat went to Boston. Have him in fantasy, he'd do work with rondo


    Quote Originally Posted by Monta is beast View Post
    If Currys defense is so bad, why do the warriors have the third best defensive team in the league? Why do opposing point guards have a less than average per of 14.9 when Curry is in the game? Why does curry LEAD the nba with a plus minus of +416.
    Quote Originally Posted by alexander_37 View Post
    You can rattle off all of the stats you want with no context whatsoever. You still said Curry is the 4th best player in the league.
    I guess stats aren't factual when rattled off?

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    My sixers fit this if Bynum comes back strong before the playoffs all we would need is a Tough wing defender like a tony allen
    Perferably one with some offense game like Garald Wallace or nick batum


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    Well, the Hawks need offensive rebounding, and Dwight's currently being used as a role player, so....

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    I want to say Lakers but they need a better coach as well as a legit perimeter threat.

    Knicks, probably. They're right on the border of being a legit playoff threat to a title. Amare could be that guy if he comes back to how he has played before.



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    Miami needs JR Smith.

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    I think if Brooklyn can get Varejao they can possibly take the Knicks to 6-7 games in the Conference Semis and the Heat to 5-6 in the Semis. Not ECF contenders or NBA Finals contenders yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by latinofire21 View Post
    If I were the bulls I would offer this to the Hornets. Knowing that Gordon doesnt want to be there you can offer a package of draft picks some young talent and some veteran presence around their young guys.

    heres the trade i thought would benefit both teams. Just include a first rounder and a 2nd rounder to the deal going to the hornets.

    http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=alshnzu
    The Bulls would have to add a couple of 1st rounders

    - Durant (35)
    - Ibaka (9) Go Okc!!!
    - Westbrook (0)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainClutch View Post
    I think if Brooklyn can get Varejao they can possibly take the Knicks to 6-7 games in the Conference Semis and the Heat to 5-6 in the Semis. Not ECF contenders or NBA Finals contenders yet
    Don't the Nets already get great rebounding from the 4 spot?

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    The division is going to be ran by the Sixers and Raptors in three years. Book it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnickaBocka.44 View Post
    Don't the Nets already get great rebounding from the 4 spot?
    Definitely with Reggie Evans. I just see Kris Humphries as someone who doesn't fit our rotation anymore. I see Evans as more of an energy guy who grabs the offensive boards and re-sets offensive sets. I see Varejao as a more equipped 4 who can score the basketball too

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    I still think OKC needs a stretch 4 imagine them with Ryan Anderson off the bench.
    Lakers need him too, but they still wouldn't contend.

    Warriors need a legit Center, they need Greg Oden to be everything he was supposed to be and play for them.

    Grizzlies could use true 6th man

    Spurs could use a true compliment to Timmy D before they can put this season in a bow.

    Pacers need a go to scorer (Better than Granger)

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    I think OKC is missing one person to fit a stretch role and really open up their penetration game.

    I think the Bulls are perhaps a scorer OR a solid backup big away from a title - though I'm sure they would pass on both for overall health on the roster.

    The Grizzlies are one bench producer away from being very dangerous - it doesn't even matter whether that player is a specialist. Anything decent coming off that bench would be good.

    The Lakers and the Nets both have the reverse of this problem. They could stand to lose a star and find more success.

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