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    Trade Deadline

    Should the Jazz make a move by the February 20th trade deadline?


    The following players have trade deadline rumors:
    Pau Gasol, Andrew Bynum, Rajon Rondo, Thaddeus Young, Evan Turner, Omer Asik, Spencer Hawes, Arron Afflalo, Paul Pierce, Ben Gordon, Michael Kidd-Gilcrest, Luol Deng, Kenneth Faried, Greg Monroe, Danny Granger, Jameer Nelson, Emeka Okafor, Jimmer Fredette, Demar Derozan, Kyle Lowry, and Iman Shumpert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic11 View Post
    Should the Jazz make a move by the February 20th trade deadline?


    The following players have trade deadline rumors:
    Pau Gasol, Andrew Bynum, Rajon Rondo, Thaddeus Young, Evan Turner, Omer Asik, Spencer Hawes, Arron Afflalo, Paul Pierce, Ben Gordon, Michael Kidd-Gilcrest, Luol Deng, Kenneth Faried, Greg Monroe, Danny Granger, Jameer Nelson, Emeka Okafor, Jimmer Fredette, Demar Derozan, Kyle Lowry, and Iman Shumpert.
    Not with that list of players. The only thing we really have to offer is our young guys and picks. Since we appear destined for the lottery, I would not understand trading for a good vet when we have a ton of cap space going into the off season where we can go after half the guys on the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thunderdood View Post
    Not with that list of players. The only thing we really have to offer is our young guys and picks. Since we appear destined for the lottery, I would not understand trading for a good vet when we have a ton of cap space going into the off season where we can go after half the guys on the list.
    The only exception is Marvin. Any team less than a contender wouldn't give us anything of value, but a team believing that he could be a piece to put them over the top could budge and give us something worth our while.
    don't let it go to your head big fella

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    Andre Miller's minutes last 5 games: 30, 15, 11, 10, 0.

    Any interest? Definitely wouldn't help our lottery chances, but I've always felt like it was destiny to see him in a Jazz uniform.
    don't let it go to your head big fella

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    lol. what kind of list is that? we wouldn't get gasol, for instance, for anything we have now. hell, if the league's darling bynum can't get it done...

    cue the marvin+jefferson trade talk in 3...2...1...
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    The only guy I really like on that list considering our needs, future, and everything is Iman Shumpert. He's the defensive specialist we desperately need, and he can also fill in at PG probably better than Burks.

    I know this is a little crazy, but what about: http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=kmarlgw
    Marvin and Biedrins for Tyson Chandler and Iman Shumpert

    Why for NY: it's obvious they aren't going anywhere so dumping Chandler's $15 million for next year gives them options. They don't want to lose Shumpert, but dumping Chandler's salary is worth it so they can spend next summer.

    Why for Utah: even if we get the #1 pick and re-sign Hayward for a near max deal, we still have the money for Chandler's contract (which expires after next year). Chandler would be a great influence and teacher for Gobert , Favors and Kanter. And I think it would be easy for us to move his expiring contract next year at the deadline.

    Our roster next year (12 players):
    Burke, Shumpert, Lucas, Burks, Hayward, Evans, Favors, Gobert, Kanter, Chandler, a top 5 pick and the GS pick.

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    that doesn't make any sense for the knicks. maybe if instead of chandler you did amare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhopisthename View Post
    that doesn't make any sense for the knicks. maybe if instead of chandler you did amare.
    That makes more sense. Also, who would the Knicks sign next off season even if the had the money?
    don't let it go to your head big fella

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    lol melo or if by some miracle one of the heat 3 if they all opt out

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    Trading Marvin Williams or Richard Jefferson. AS long as it lands a first round pick and makes the Jazz worse for the remainder of the season, I'm ok with it.


    Warriors come out and Ta-ank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lo Porto View Post
    The only guy I really like on that list considering our needs, future, and everything is Iman Shumpert. He's the defensive specialist we desperately need, and he can also fill in at PG probably better than Burks.

    I know this is a little crazy, but what about: http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=kmarlgw
    Marvin and Biedrins for Tyson Chandler and Iman Shumpert

    Why for NY: it's obvious they aren't going anywhere so dumping Chandler's $15 million for next year gives them options. They don't want to lose Shumpert, but dumping Chandler's salary is worth it so they can spend next summer.

    Why for Utah: even if we get the #1 pick and re-sign Hayward for a near max deal, we still have the money for Chandler's contract (which expires after next year). Chandler would be a great influence and teacher for Gobert , Favors and Kanter. And I think it would be easy for us to move his expiring contract next year at the deadline.

    Our roster next year (12 players):
    Burke, Shumpert, Lucas, Burks, Hayward, Evans, Favors, Gobert, Kanter, Chandler, a top 5 pick and the GS pick.
    This trade makes the Jazz better. Would rather have Amare Stoudimire.


    Warriors come out and Ta-ank.

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    Multiple sources are saying the Jazz are in trade talks for Andrew Bynum for RJ. Sounds like a prank, it's not. Cavs want to dump Bynum without giving up other assets (apparently that is the problem with the Laker trade). Some are speculating the Jazz will cut Bynum right after to save money and further the cause for a top draft pick. The Cavs are interested in RJ due to his hot three point shooting.

    Cleveland must be truly desperate. Kudos to Jazz management for being proactive at an opportunity. Bynum is only due 12 million if he is not cut soon. That is only 1 mill more than Jefferson. Bynum has a non-guaranteed contract next season. Worst case scenario is he sucks, we are better positioned for a top pick, and we can dump him now or later. Not too bad.

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    I would have to add up the numbers, but we might be under the cap threshold if we did that.

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    Sounds like a good trade. Hopefully they get a future first out of it.


    Warriors come out and Ta-ank.

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    no chance we get a first.

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