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solution to our problems: SAMUEL DALEMBERT
« on: January 02, 2013, 08:23:21 PM »

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why don't we have this guy yet? only 31 yrs old, he's a rebound and blocking machine, and he rides the pine on the bucks bench!!!! i'm sure we could get him for a 2nd round pick (except he's making almost 7 mil this yr) DANNY..... WAKE UP!!!

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I wonder if there was a way Danny could trade Jason Terry (and keep Lee/Bass instead) for Dalembert. Maybe in a three team deal for a piece or expiring contract that suits Milwaukee better than Terry does.

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I wonder if there was a way Danny could trade Jason Terry (and keep Lee/Bass instead) for Dalembert. Maybe in a three team deal for a piece or expiring contract that suits Milwaukee better than Terry does.

Id rather keep terry than keep bass.

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« Reply #3 on: January 02, 2013, 08:51:30 PM »

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why don't we have this guy yet? only 31 yrs old, he's a rebound and blocking machine, and he rides the pine on the bucks bench!!!! i'm sure we could get him for a 2nd round pick (except he's making almost 7 mil this yr) DANNY..... WAKE UP!!!
So if he's such a "rebounding and blocking machine", why can't he get off the pine on the woeful Bucks, who have no center other than Larry Sanders?
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I wonder if there was a way Danny could trade Jason Terry (and keep Lee/Bass instead) for Dalembert. Maybe in a three team deal for a piece or expiring contract that suits Milwaukee better than Terry does.

Feel like Jason Terry would object to spending his last years in Milwaukee.

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« Reply #5 on: January 02, 2013, 09:02:11 PM »

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I've always liked Dalembert.  He would definitely help.  And the Bucks are not that bad, they're 16-13 and currently the #6 seed in the east.

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« Reply #6 on: January 02, 2013, 09:03:54 PM »

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No way I'd trade Terry for Dalembert.

Bass/Lee and a Pick, sure.

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« Reply #7 on: January 02, 2013, 09:34:38 PM »

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Dalembert won't solve this team's problems.  he'd be an improvement over Collins but this team needs more than just this one so-so guy,

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I'd give them Green, lol

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« Reply #9 on: January 02, 2013, 09:52:59 PM »

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I wonder if there was a way Danny could trade Jason Terry (and keep Lee/Bass instead) for Dalembert. Maybe in a three team deal for a piece or expiring contract that suits Milwaukee better than Terry does.

Feel like Jason Terry would object to spending his last years in Milwaukee.

He can tear up his contract when he gets there if he likes, though I seriously doubt he would.

Lee is the best fit for the Bucks, but I don't see Danny giving him up for a buyout candidate.
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« Reply #10 on: January 02, 2013, 10:34:38 PM »

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I wonder if there was a way Danny could trade Jason Terry (and keep Lee/Bass instead) for Dalembert. Maybe in a three team deal for a piece or expiring contract that suits Milwaukee better than Terry does.

Feel like Jason Terry would object to spending his last years in Milwaukee.

We object to having such a mediocre team to cheer for.  ;D
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« Reply #11 on: January 02, 2013, 10:50:02 PM »

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I wonder if there was a way Danny could trade Jason Terry (and keep Lee/Bass instead) for Dalembert. Maybe in a three team deal for a piece or expiring contract that suits Milwaukee better than Terry does.

Feel like Jason Terry would object to spending his last years in Milwaukee.

He can tear up his contract when he gets there if he likes, though I seriously doubt he would.

Lee is the best fit for the Bucks, but I don't see Danny giving him up for a buyout candidate.

I mean, The Bucks clearly would contact Terry before making a trade. They're not going to move Dalembert if the return is someone who isn't going to play for them

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« Reply #12 on: January 02, 2013, 11:35:40 PM »

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why don't we have this guy yet? only 31 yrs old, he's a rebound and blocking machine, and he rides the pine on the bucks bench!!!! i'm sure we could get him for a 2nd round pick (except he's making almost 7 mil this yr) DANNY..... WAKE UP!!!
So if he's such a "rebounding and blocking machine", why can't he get off the pine on the woeful Bucks, who have no center other than Larry Sanders?

Completely agree.

I think everyone is expecting "few years ago" Sammy D. He wasnt really as good In Houstonand is now getting benched.

Id personally rather have Haywood. He's not the sexiest name but he can be a solid backup C. He'll be available for cheap too I guess.
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« Reply #13 on: January 02, 2013, 11:37:12 PM »

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why don't we have this guy yet? only 31 yrs old, he's a rebound and blocking machine, and he rides the pine on the bucks bench!!!! i'm sure we could get him for a 2nd round pick (except he's making almost 7 mil this yr) DANNY..... WAKE UP!!!
So if he's such a "rebounding and blocking machine", why can't he get off the pine on the woeful Bucks, who have no center other than Larry Sanders?

Completely agree.

I think everyone is expecting "few years ago" Sammy D. He wasnt really as good In Houstonand is now getting benched.

Id personally rather have Haywood. He's not the sexiest name but he can be a solid backup C. He'll be available for cheap too I guess.

Haywood can't be traded this year because Bobcats picked him up through Dallas amnestying him.

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« Reply #14 on: January 02, 2013, 11:38:17 PM »

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dalembert is a joke. he cant even play for the bucks. ****.

 

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