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  1. #391
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    Gooden might not be a bad pick up.

  2. #392
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    Quote Originally Posted by EAGLES3658 View Post
    Gooden might not be a bad pick up.
    12 points and 2 good assists last night against Utah. I think we keep him.

  3. #393
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    Quote Originally Posted by WizFan3 View Post
    12 points and 2 good assists last night against Utah. I think we keep him.
    I would, I'm surprised this guy couldn't find a job. He put up good numbers last year when playing and he showed he can knock down those mid-range shots so he should fit well in this offense.

  4. #394
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    Here is an idea for a good offseason plan for either Wiz:

    1. Trade Webster and Miller to Indy for Mahinmi, Copeland, and Watson

    - Gives you a little more cap flexibilty while providing a wing/stretch 4 in Copeland, a defensive big in Mahinmi, and a Miller replacement in Watson.

    2. Re-sign Gortat ($13 mil) Ariza ($9.5 mil) Gooden (min) and Temple (min).

    - You might have to overpay to keep the big names, but it's worth it. Gooden and Temple are solid backups for cheap.

    3. Sign Anthony Tolliver ($2 mil) and Marshon Brooks (min)

    - Tolliver is another combo forward who can stretch the floor. Brooks gives you depth at either wing position.

    4. Draft Cory Jefferson of Baylor.

    - Good athlete with a talented offensive game. Still room for improvement as a statistical regression last year showed, but lots of potential.

    That leaves you with

    Gortat/Mahinmi/Gooden
    Nene/Tolliver/Jefferson
    Ariza/Copeland/Porter
    Beal/Brooks/Rice
    Wall/Watson/Temple


    Very solid. And it comes in under the luxury tax line.

  5. #395
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    Quote Originally Posted by b.oakes View Post
    Here is an idea for a good offseason plan for either Wiz:


    1. Trade Webster and Miller to Indy for Mahinmi, Copeland, and Watson

    - Gives you a little more cap flexibilty while providing a wing/stretch 4 in Copeland, a defensive big in Mahinmi, and a Miller replacement in Watson.

    2. Re-sign Gortat ($13 mil) Ariza ($9.5 mil) Gooden (min) and Temple (min).

    - You might have to overpay to keep the big names, but it's worth it. Gooden and Temple are solid backups for cheap.

    3. Sign Anthony Tolliver ($2 mil) and Marshon Brooks (min)

    - Tolliver is another combo forward who can stretch the floor. Brooks gives you depth at either wing position.

    4. Draft Cory Jefferson of Baylor.

    - Good athlete with a talented offensive game. Still room for improvement as a statistical regression last year showed, but lots of potential.

    That leaves you with

    Gortat/Mahinmi/Gooden
    Nene/Tolliver/Jefferson
    Ariza/Copeland/Porter
    Beal/Brooks/Rice
    Wall/Watson/Temple


    Very solid. And it comes in under the luxury tax line.
    No defense, pacers wouldn't do it

  6. #396
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    Rumor is that the Wizards are trying to work a sign and trade for Dejuan Blair. I'm just curious as to what assets the Wizards have that would be beneficial to Dallas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.B View Post
    Rumor is that the Wizards are trying to work a sign and trade for Dejuan Blair. I'm just curious as to what assets the Wizards have that would be beneficial to Dallas.
    Trade exemption... Dallas are over luxury and dont even want a player back from Wizards.... STEAL if the deal is complete.

  8. #398
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    Wizards are interested in Ray Allen.

  9. #399
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    Quote Originally Posted by MILLERHIGHLIFE View Post
    Wizards are interested in Ray Allen.
    I think they are showing the most active interest, but Allen is going to sit out or play with the Cavs. I'd love to have Pierce and Allen on this team to give the young guys some extra coaching in a sense.

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    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/...-trade-market/

    Glen Rice JR is on the trade block. Wizards want to move him before he becomes guaranteed contract January 10. If no deals found they will waive him.

  11. #401
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    Hoping for a combo guard at this point. The wing is cluttered and so is our front court.

  12. #402
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    Wizards trade for Dudley. They used a TPE to acquire him. Bucks receive a very highly protected first which never is attainable is really a second round pick and TPE.

  13. #403
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    Wizards interested in Bucks Miles Plumlee. Wolves also interested in Plumlee. Bucks already had Gooden, Dudley, Temple, Neal, Sessions. Not sure what we would want. Blair? Not many other cheap contracts end of bench to match Plumlee's $2M.

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