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Offline Humble G

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detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« on: January 18, 2013, 11:31:07 AM »
http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=ab7m2s3

Boston throws in a pick to detroit also.

this is a blow up idea for detroit, yes they lose prly 2 good players but get a franchise player (cousins) back, plus a decent PF in Bass and a first round pick

Kings lose Cousins but get Drummond (who is developing nicely into a beast) and Austin Daye.

Boston gets a young center that will help immensely on the boards

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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #1 on: January 18, 2013, 11:32:37 AM »
I think Drummond and Monroe might be among the most untouchable pieces in the NBA right now.  This isn't happening. 

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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #2 on: January 18, 2013, 11:36:27 AM »
I think Drummond and Monroe might be among the most untouchable pieces in the NBA right now.  This isn't happening.

That's pretty silly...similar to saying Al Jefferson should've been untouchable while he was here...thank God he wasn't. In what world Drummond and Monroe should be untouchable is bizarre

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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #3 on: January 18, 2013, 11:39:39 AM »
I think Drummond and Monroe might be among the most untouchable pieces in the NBA right now.  This isn't happening.

That's pretty silly...similar to saying Al Jefferson should've been untouchable while he was here...thank God he wasn't. In what world Drummond and Monroe should be untouchable is bizarre

OK, maybe not untouchable, but unless they are getting a superstar that will turn their franchise around, they are not being traded.

Drummond has looked like a young Dwight Howard, and Monroe is arguably the best big man in the league who is still on his rookie contract. 

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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #4 on: January 18, 2013, 11:41:38 AM »
I think Drummond and Monroe might be among the most untouchable pieces in the NBA right now.  This isn't happening.

That's pretty silly...similar to saying Al Jefferson should've been untouchable while he was here...thank God he wasn't. In what world Drummond and Monroe should be untouchable is bizarre


I agree with them being on the untouchable at this point unless they are getting a top young star in return.  The Pistons are rebuilding around them.


No way they trade both for Cousins and Bass.


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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #5 on: January 18, 2013, 11:47:35 AM »
Any trade where we turn Bass into Monroe works for me... :D

Detroit isn't giving both players up, though, which means we don't need to be involved at all.

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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #6 on: January 18, 2013, 12:32:17 PM »
trade sucks for detroit.  they give up 2 top young players and a serviceable frontcourt player in Daye for 1 top young player and Bass.  why would Detroit ever agree to that?

Detroit could just send Sac Monroe or the Drummond and filler and not involve the C's. 

no way C's are going to turn Bass into that good of a young center prospect.
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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #7 on: January 18, 2013, 12:37:49 PM »
This trade is as homer as it gets. How can anyone actually think Bass can get us Monroe?

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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #8 on: January 18, 2013, 12:54:44 PM »
I don't think Detorit will give up their two promising front court young guns for another one and basically a backup 4.

I love the trade idea, don't get me wrong. But I'm pretty sure Detroit doesnt.
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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #9 on: January 18, 2013, 01:53:08 PM »
I think Drummond and Monroe might be among the most untouchable pieces in the NBA right now.  This isn't happening.

That's pretty silly...similar to saying Al Jefferson should've been untouchable while he was here...thank God he wasn't. In what world Drummond and Monroe should be untouchable is bizarre


I agree with them being on the untouchable at this point unless they are getting a top young star in return.  The Pistons are rebuilding around them.


No way they trade both for Cousins and Bass.

In that deal they are certainly untouchable. That is a terrible terrible terrible deal for the Pistons to make.

Haha and we only trade Bass and get Monroe? Whatever youre smokin' can I have some?
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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #10 on: January 18, 2013, 02:23:27 PM »
I said it is a blow it up idea for detroit...meaning if they wanted to try another route this may be a decent option.

Detroit is getting a franchise player in cousins, yes monroe is good but not franchise and yes drummond looks promising butstill dont think he turns into a franchise player. yea yea, Bass is not that good but I said for Boston to throw in a first round pick or even 2 for that matter.


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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #11 on: January 18, 2013, 02:27:14 PM »
I said it is a blow it up idea for detroit...meaning if they wanted to try another route this may be a decent option.

Detroit is getting a franchise player in cousins, yes monroe is good but not franchise and yes drummond looks promising butstill dont think he turns into a franchise player. yea yea, Bass is not that good but I said for Boston to throw in a first round pick or even 2 for that matter.
It isn't a blow up trade though because Drummond and Monroe are the type of players you would want to build around.  Trading stuckey, villanueva, prince, maxiell, etc. for draft picks or young guys are blow up trades.  Not trading your two best players who are 19 and 22 and on rookie contracts.
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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #12 on: January 18, 2013, 02:35:55 PM »
I said it is a blow it up idea for detroit...meaning if they wanted to try another route this may be a decent option.

Detroit is getting a franchise player in cousins, yes monroe is good but not franchise and yes drummond looks promising butstill dont think he turns into a franchise player. yea yea, Bass is not that good but I said for Boston to throw in a first round pick or even 2 for that matter.
It isn't a blow up trade though because Drummond and Monroe are the type of players you would want to build around.  Trading stuckey, villanueva, prince, maxiell, etc. for draft picks or young guys are blow up trades.  Not trading your two best players who are 19 and 22 and on rookie contracts.
Blow it up in my mind is saying this isnt working, I'm going a different route...and having monroe and drummond together isn't going to work, yes they are both possibly great players but they are very similar...low post players with poor jumpers.

IMO Cousins and bass would have better play then drummond and monroe on the floor together. Bass does well when someone can dominate the paint (aka Cousins). When Bass is playing now, he migth as well be the center bc KG is floatin outside the paint more often then not AND bass isnt a center.....so he isnt being used correctly....I think he would be much better off if he had a real center to play along side....I love KG but  he is more of a pf thru and thru

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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #13 on: January 18, 2013, 02:40:48 PM »
I said it is a blow it up idea for detroit...meaning if they wanted to try another route this may be a decent option.

Detroit is getting a franchise player in cousins, yes monroe is good but not franchise and yes drummond looks promising butstill dont think he turns into a franchise player. yea yea, Bass is not that good but I said for Boston to throw in a first round pick or even 2 for that matter.
It isn't a blow up trade though because Drummond and Monroe are the type of players you would want to build around.  Trading stuckey, villanueva, prince, maxiell, etc. for draft picks or young guys are blow up trades.  Not trading your two best players who are 19 and 22 and on rookie contracts.
Blow it up in my mind is saying this isnt working, I'm going a different route...and having monroe and drummond together isn't going to work, yes they are both possibly great players but they are very similar...low post players with poor jumpers.

IMO Cousins and bass would have better play then drummond and monroe on the floor together. Bass does well when someone can dominate the paint (aka Cousins). When Bass is playing now, he migth as well be the center bc KG is floatin outside the paint more often then not AND bass isnt a center.....so he isnt being used correctly....I think he would be much better off if he had a real center to play along side....I love KG but  he is more of a pf thru and thru
You are just being silly.  Drummond and Monroe are the two most valuable players in that entire trade.  Thus, it is an absolutely horrible trade for Detroit.

Something like this would seemingly work for all three teams

Boston - Villanueva, Prince, Brooks
Detroit - Garcia, Bass, Evans
Sacramento - Green, Stuckey, Melo, Collins

Boston gets some pretty solid pieces with less long term commitment to make a run this year.  Prince would be a great fit at the back-up 3 and Villanueva adds some versatility at the 4.  Brooks is a more than capable backup PG.  Detroit gets a look at Evans and some solid role players to add to their young guys.  Sacramento gets some good value for Evans in Green and Stuckey and a project in Melo.
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Re: detroit, sac and BOS trade idea
« Reply #14 on: January 18, 2013, 02:44:35 PM »
I said it is a blow it up idea for detroit...meaning if they wanted to try another route this may be a decent option.

Detroit is getting a franchise player in cousins, yes monroe is good but not franchise and yes drummond looks promising butstill dont think he turns into a franchise player. yea yea, Bass is not that good but I said for Boston to throw in a first round pick or even 2 for that matter.
It isn't a blow up trade though because Drummond and Monroe are the type of players you would want to build around.  Trading stuckey, villanueva, prince, maxiell, etc. for draft picks or young guys are blow up trades.  Not trading your two best players who are 19 and 22 and on rookie contracts.
Blow it up in my mind is saying this isnt working, I'm going a different route...and having monroe and drummond together isn't going to work, yes they are both possibly great players but they are very similar...low post players with poor jumpers.

IMO Cousins and bass would have better play then drummond and monroe on the floor together. Bass does well when someone can dominate the paint (aka Cousins). When Bass is playing now, he migth as well be the center bc KG is floatin outside the paint more often then not AND bass isnt a center.....so he isnt being used correctly....I think he would be much better off if he had a real center to play along side....I love KG but  he is more of a pf thru and thru
You are just being silly.  Drummond and Monroe are the two most valuable players in that entire trade.  Thus, it is an absolutely horrible trade for Detroit.

Something like this would seemingly work for all three teams

Boston - Villanueva, Prince, Brooks
Detroit - Garcia, Bass, Evans
Sacramento - Green, Stuckey, Melo, Collins

Boston gets some pretty solid pieces with less long term commitment to make a run this year.  Prince would be a great fit at the back-up 3 and Villanueva adds some versatility at the 4.  Brooks is a more than capable backup PG.  Detroit gets a look at Evans and some solid role players to add to their young guys.  Sacramento gets some good value for Evans in Green and Stuckey and a project in Melo.
once again IMO Cousins is the best player in that trade.....i'm i being silly possibly or a better word would be stubborn lol

ur tade isn't bad except villaneuva and KG hate each other and wouldnt mesh well lol

 

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