Once Bradley comes back healthy, a mid-season trade of Bass, Lee, Sullinger, and a first-round pick to New Orleans for Jason Smith and Ryan Anderson.
There is no way I do that. Anderson is overrated and Smith is a Darko without any hype. Giving up all of our trading chips for mediocre bigs makes no sense. If we're trading for a center let's target Gortat or Cousins.
Anderson is a better player than Al Jefferson or Amare Stoudemire. Jason Smith knows what to do if D-Wade tries to pull a punk move on Rondo.
This is asinine. Ryan Anderson is not a better player than Al Jefferson as evidenced by their salaries and production.
And I guess if by "knows what to do" you mean "gets suspended for 15+ games" then yeah I guess I'm willing to give up Bass/Lee/Sully for a guy who will hammer you. Oh wait I'm pretty sure Darko can and will already do that. Remember he offered to kill someone...
1) I maintain as I have for months I'd rather have Kenyon Martin on this team than have the combo of Darko and J Collins, who basically cancel each other out to me. Cut one of them out and sign the guy;
2) Larry Sanders should be a trade target. The Bucks have more PFs than the Hall of Fame, and need to rebuild completely. If The Colonel could learn to reduce his foul rate, he could be lethal as a weak side rim defender in the Celtics system, then run the floor on the break with RR. There's no better mentor for a player like him than KG. Trade Melo for him.
I love this idea. If the Bucks would take it I would really like to see Larry Sanders as a big on the Cs. I've always liked his length and he's very cheap (2M, 3M and 4M over the next 3). If he pans out he's a steal, if he doesn't he's a low risk bet.
Melo for him is a get, I'd do Melo and a 2nd rounder.
TP for the idea. I wanted Mbah a Moute too. Maybe a Sanders/Moute for Lee/Melo trade would work. I'm not sure if that is enough and I'd give a first to make it happen. This wouldn't be possible until after January 15th anyway so Bradley would be back in full swing I expect.