View Full Version : Toronto/Charlotte/Golden State trade idea.

11-10-2008, 06:51 PM
Toronto Receives:
Gerald Wallace - $9,500,000
Linton Johnson- $797,581

Charlotte Receives:
Al Harrington - $9,226,550
Marcus Williams- $1,262,520
Toronto’s 1st Round Pick

Golden State Receives:
Jason Kapono - $5,784,480
Joey Graham- $2,449,184
Kris Humphries - $3,200,000
Future Pick from Toronto

Jose Calderon
Anthony Parker
Gerald Wallace
Chris Bosh
Jermaine O’Neal

Key Reserves:
Andrea Bargnani
Jamario Moon

Golden State
Monta Ellis
Corey Maggette
Stephen Jackson
Brandan Wright
Andris Biedrins

Key Reserves:
Jason Kapono
Anthony Randolph
Ronny Turiaf
Kelenna Azubuike

Raymond Felton
Jason Richardson
Al Harrington
Jared Dudley
Emeka Okafor

Key Reserves:
DJ Augustin
Adam Morrison
Sean May

11-10-2008, 07:06 PM
great all round trade for all teams i like it but it might thin torontos bench a bit

11-10-2008, 07:08 PM
No thanks , From Bobcats side with Golden State . Bobcats & Raptors ,, Could do a deal . If Bobcats & Raptor management want too ?

11-10-2008, 08:31 PM
Hell, I think that wouldn't be so bad for the Bobcats. Only thing is, I doubt the Warriors would do that.

11-12-2008, 12:18 PM
I think the Warriors lose out on this trade ... as a Raptors fan i LOVE IT!

11-13-2008, 01:09 PM
Golden State gets shafted there. Doubt they will do that or doubt even a fan would accept that that proposition. Some good stuff within this idea but yeah, overall, pass.

11-17-2008, 07:33 AM
I agree that Toronto's bench would thin, and depth is their strongest attribute apart from their frontcourt.

Charlotte would really just be getting another "Wallce" calibre player in return, which doesn't make sense to fix an equation using the same varibales...Although Marcus Williams would be great for the Cats.

G.S. well, I don't think they'd like this trade too much, but it does give'em more options off the bench and an energy player in Humphries...Graham really doesn't matter.