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BadBoy
10-15-2008, 09:45 PM
Hinrich = Gordon and The Bulls Trow in a 1st to the Jazz. EITHER 2009 or 2010. Probably 2009 becaues hopefully Rose develops by 2010.

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/features/traderesult?players=1981~3224~2456~1703~306~434~10 17&teams=26~26~26~4~4~18~26&te=&cash=


Bulls

Rose/Kirk
Kirk/Hughes/Thabo
Deng/Harpring
Boozer/Tyrus
Gooden/Boozer/Gray

Yes, The Bulls would be small but They are now a running team. This gives Them athletism with Boozer along with A good post game. Maybe Gooden could Teach Thomas some things While he is there as well

Jazz


Williams/Knight
Gordon/Brewer
Noch/Korver
Randolph/Millsap
Okur/Noah

I think we are all a lil hard on Randolph, Maybe because he is a Knick. He is overpaid but he is still an 18 PPG scorer with 10 rebound player. Plus, The Jazz make up the scoring with Gordon and Noch is a better scorer than AK47 and Noah is a Great Backup C. Plus they would Get our 2009 OR 2010 1st round pick. Making it pretty fair for Losing Boozer, Harpring, and AK47 and Recieving Gordon,Noch,Noah,Z-Bo and a 1st From a stugling team.


Knicks

Who Realy Cares. The Knicks just want Randolph Gone and Marbury to disapear.

blackjack_119
10-15-2008, 11:41 PM
Well since the poster has already been banned, there is little point in describing how terrible this trade is, but it still warrants some attention...

1. There is no way Utah would ever take on that many bad contracts. Zach Randolph is not worth his contract and is a hinderance to any team he is on. Nocioni and Hinrich are both solid role players, but are extremely overpaid. After this trade, Utah would be in cap troubles for four years, and that team would lack the talent to win. That team would we be worse than before the trade.

2. There is no way that Chicago can acquire a player of Boozers talent giving up their unwanted parts.

3. As a general policy, before posting trade ideas ask yourself, "Would the other teams involved even consider this trade?" Surprisingly, it is not the collective will of the league to put a player of Boozer's caliber on Chicago's roster without them giving up anything of significant value. Teams generally want to benefit from a trade.

SensandRaps
10-15-2008, 11:41 PM
little chance of happening yes the knicks want randolph gone but for expireing contracts so they can be active in the 2010 free agency. also the jazz have a great team y would they trade boozer for a problem child in randolph that would ******* their team over. the only team that would actually do this trade is the bulls.

sportsnutzz
10-17-2008, 12:39 PM
:puke:

23LBJCleBrowns
10-17-2008, 02:06 PM
The Knicks win for sure in this deal. Only giving up Zach Randolph and getting AK47 in return. Then the Jazz gave up WAY too much.