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GoPacers33
06-06-2011, 09:23 AM
Where will the top free agents go this offseason?

Tim Duncan-
Nene-
Ray Allen-
Marc Gasol-
David West-
Wilson Chandler-
Tyson Chandler-
Jeff Green-
Rodney Stuckey-
Kris Hmphries-
Jason Richardson-
Nick Young-
Andre Miller-
Aaron Brooks-
Jamal Crawford-
Arron Affalo-
Shane Battier-
Marcus Thorton-
Carl Landry-
Caron Butler-

Where do you think these players will go?

MiamiWadeCounty
06-06-2011, 09:28 AM
I think Duncan stays just based off of his loyalty. Ray Allen has a 10-mill. PO so he will most likely stay for loyalty and big money. I know for sure Jeff Green has a QO so he will definitely stay.

sO_cHi312
06-06-2011, 09:39 AM
I would actually like to see Chicago pick up one of the 2-guards preferrably Aaron Affalo cause he can knock down the open shot and play great defense.

daleja424
06-06-2011, 09:43 AM
Tim Duncan- San Antonio
Nene- Miami
Ray Allen- Boston
Marc Gasol- Memphis
David West- New Orleans
Wilson Chandler- Denver
Tyson Chandler- Dallas
Jeff Green- Boston
Rodney Stuckey- Detroit
Kris Hmphries- who cares?
Jason Richardson- Orlando
Nick Young- Washington
Andre Miller- Portland
Aaron Brooks- Phoenix
Jamal Crawford- Chicago
Arron Affalo- Denver
Shane Battier- Memphis
Marcus Thorton- Los Angeles
Carl Landry- New Orleans
Caron Butler- Dallas

...most of these guys will stay put b/c they can get way more money staying at home...

There just arent a lot of good situations out there with significant cap space this offseason

marlinsfan24
06-06-2011, 09:48 AM
Nene and T-Mac to Miami :)

GoPacers33
06-06-2011, 09:54 AM
I think Jamal Crawford will go to the Pacers. He will be overpaid though

godolphins
06-06-2011, 09:55 AM
Nene and T-Mac to Miami :)
No thanks, no need to bring in a guy whose had a torn ACL, MCL and meniscus tear so far in his nine year career(injury prone). He's a below average rebounder and he's also not a good defender.

Heater4life
06-06-2011, 10:00 AM
Samuel Dalembert- Miami


Shot blocker, rebounder, capable of making a low post basket.


:nod:

Heater4life
06-06-2011, 10:02 AM
Nene and T-Mac to Miami :)

Nene isnt opting out.

11M or MLE (6M). Dont think so.

daleja424
06-06-2011, 10:04 AM
Nene or Sammy-D will be in a heat uniform next year... book it.

king4day
06-06-2011, 10:05 AM
Where will the top free agents go this offseason?

Tim Duncan-Stays
Nene- Stays
Ray Allen-Stays
Marc Gasol-Stays
David West-Stays (injury will force him to stay and try again to boost his value)
Wilson Chandler-Stays (denver will end up overpaying)
Tyson Chandler-Stays
Jeff Green-I think Green will leave if he has the ability to.
Rodney Stuckey-Leaves.
Kris Hmphries-Stays cuz they can pay him
Jason Richardson- Leaves. He's a Bull next year IMO. Or the sleeper pick would be back to Phoenix.
Nick Young-Stays
Andre Miller-Stays
Aaron Brooks-Won't return if he demands more than a few mil per year.
Jamal Crawford-Leaves
Arron Affalo-Leaves (Chicago possibly)
Shane Battier-stays
Marcus Thorton-stays
Carl Landry-Leaves
Caron Butler-Leaves

Where do you think these players will go?

king4day
06-06-2011, 10:07 AM
Samuel Dalembert- Miami


Shot blocker, rebounder, capable of making a low post basket.


:nod:

While I see him going to NY, I think Miami makes the most sense. He'd be better than any center on the roster and can get the full MLE there. (assuming that is still in the CBA)

dnewguy
06-06-2011, 10:10 AM
Tim Duncan-Spurs
Nene- Lakers (they will trade Bynum)
Ray Allen- Celtics
Marc Gasol- (Grizz)
David West- (Net)
Wilson Chandler- (Knicks)
Tyson Chandler- (Mavs)
Jeff Green- (Celts)
Rodney Stuckey- (Bulls)
Kris Hmphries- (reality show)
Jason Richardson- (Bulls)
Nick Young- (Wiz)
Andre Miller-(retire)
Aaron Brooks- (Suns)
Jamal Crawford- (Net)
Arron Affalo- (Hawks)
Shane Battier- (Bulls)
Marcus Thorton- (Nets)
Carl Landry- (Knicks)
Caron Butler- (Mavs)

godolphins
06-06-2011, 10:12 AM
samuel dalembert- miami


shot blocker, rebounder, capable of making a low post basket.


:nod:
:d

mikealike305
06-06-2011, 10:17 AM
dont care, i just want sammy d or nene.

godolphins
06-06-2011, 10:29 AM
While I see him going to NY, I think Miami makes the most sense. He'd be better than any center on the roster and can get the full MLE there. (assuming that is still in the CBA)

How so? Dalembert practically threw himself at us this year by saying this:

Sacramento center Samuel Dalembert — a possibility for the Heat’s midlevel exception this summer (if there is one in the new labor deal) — told us last week, “It would be nice to play here [in Miami]. I see myself fitting in well with this team. They need someone to block shots, rebound. I can get lobs as an athletic big man. Some of their centers are at the tail end.”
http://www.iamagm.com/news/2011/02/28/samuel.dalembert.can.see.himself.signing.miami.sum mer

I wouldn't be surprise if he signs with us for the veteran minimum. The Knicks main goal is to get Chris Paul or Dwight Howard and they will be willing to trade anybody not name Carmelo Anthony and Amare Stoudamire in order to get one of those guys, so why would Dalembert put himself in that position(like Raymond Felton did Plus let's not forget he'll have a better chance to win a ring with us instead of NY(you guys will be there soon).

Law25
06-06-2011, 10:29 AM
dont care, i just want sammy d or nene.

Sorry but he's coming off the bench for the Lakers next season behind Bynum or Howard. Can you say no buckets.:D

aussie
06-06-2011, 10:39 AM
hornets to pick up a SG and a tall C

Iron24th
06-06-2011, 10:40 AM
Tim Duncan-Spurs
Nene- Lakers (they will trade Bynum)
Ray Allen- Celtics
Marc Gasol- (Grizz)
David West- (Net)
Wilson Chandler- (Knicks)
Tyson Chandler- (Mavs)
Jeff Green- (Celts)
Rodney Stuckey- (Bulls)
Kris Hmphries- (reality show)
Jason Richardson- (Bulls)
Nick Young- (Wiz)
Andre Miller-(retire)
Aaron Brooks- (Suns)
Jamal Crawford- (Net)
Arron Affalo- (Hawks)
Shane Battier- (Bulls)
Marcus Thorton- (Nets)
Carl Landry- (Knicks)
Caron Butler- (Mavs)

OK,so,the Lakers trade their starting C for a PF who can barely play C?
And the Bulls sign almost anyone on the market?

DR_1
06-06-2011, 10:48 AM
No thanks, no need to bring in a guy whose had a torn ACL, MCL and meniscus tear so far in his nine year career(injury prone). He's a below average rebounder and he's also not a good defender.

I think Nene would want more money than Miami can offer, but he would be awesome on your team man - he's gotten much better over the years and has more potential, IMO.

Thegame187
06-06-2011, 10:54 AM
If the lakers can't pull out a massive trade (Ron/Bynum for Howard type deal) then I think they will look at getting T-Mac for a vet min.

Landry I think may head back to houston

Nene should be the biggest player/salary floating around that is most likley to move on. I would say Tyson but Cuban will keep him at any cost after this year (They shouls still have 1 year left to compete with Kidd, Marion, and terry being of use - Dirk has 2-3 more years as he is a shooter (his D and leg speed were never amazing to begin with).

Brooks shuld take what ever the Suns offer him as that is his best chance to move into a starting role

dnewguy
06-06-2011, 11:00 AM
OK,so,the Lakers trade their starting C for a PF who can barely play C?
And the Bulls sign almost anyone on the market?

The Bulls always pick up 2nd hand players, it's in their DNA. Lakers trade Bynum for Chris Paul and Okafor, and sign Nene. Nene is a C btw.