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Offline rondohondo

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Trade options for KG and PP
« on: January 27, 2013, 05:07:56 PM »
Bos sends: KG + Terry
SAS sends: Splitter, Jackson(expiring)

C's get rid of a lot of salary and pick up a very solid young big man. SAS team up Duncan and KG for one more shot at a title .


Bos sends: PP, KG
LAC Sends: Butler, Jordan, Bledsoe, filler

C's get two nice young prospects . With the Rondo injury it would be wise to get another young pg in here to develop(Bradley is not a PG)

Clippers get two stud role players to put next to Griffen and CP3.

« Last Edit: January 27, 2013, 05:15:39 PM by rondohondo »

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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2013, 07:24:08 PM »
Bos sends: KG + Terry
SAS sends: Splitter, Jackson(expiring)

C's get rid of a lot of salary and pick up a very solid young big man. SAS team up Duncan and KG for one more shot at a title .


Bos sends: PP, KG
LAC Sends: Butler, Jordan, Bledsoe, filler

C's get two nice young prospects . With the Rondo injury it would be wise to get another young pg in here to develop(Bradley is not a PG)

Clippers get two stud role players to put next to Griffen and CP3.

Let's be real. Those trades wont happen cuz it stinks for both teams. We value PP and KG, their veteran savvy, Clips need those young legs and features athleticism. and TIAGO SPLITTER??? I would rather have KG at 42 than tiago at 24 for this Celtics team. I am outta here.

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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2013, 07:35:19 PM »
Here are a couple ideas I had.

KG and Terry to OKC
for
Kevin Martin's expiring deal, Eric Maynor's expiring deal, and the Toronto pick to Boston.

KG and Perk again with Ibaka as well. Lethal front court. Terry replaces Martin as sixth man.


Pierce and Bass to the Warriors
for
Jefferson, Biendrins, Ezeli, and Barnes

Jefferson and Biendrins are both on the books for as long as Pierce is. With Bogut back the Warriors could make a run at a title if Pierce plays like he is capable. Boston gets back similar contracts and dumps Bass while acquiring prospects/assets.

Garnett and Barbosa to the Clippers for Jordan and Beldsoe.

Pierce to Memphis for Gay.


These are all just some ideas. I really feel that if they are traded it should be to teams that can compete for a title today via their acquisition.

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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #3 on: January 27, 2013, 07:37:17 PM »
KG and Terry to OKC
for
Kevin Martin's expiring deal, Eric Maynor's expiring deal, and the Toronto pick to Boston.

That is a very interesting idea.

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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #4 on: January 27, 2013, 07:43:20 PM »
KG and Terry to OKC
for
Kevin Martin's expiring deal, Eric Maynor's expiring deal, and the Toronto pick to Boston.

That is a very interesting idea.

OKC should also give us two of Lamb, PJII and ReggieJackson.

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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #5 on: January 27, 2013, 07:48:29 PM »
Trade Options for KG:



Trade Options for PP:




That is all.
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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #6 on: January 27, 2013, 08:22:44 PM »
why not a trade like this?

http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=a4n464o


its alot of moving parts but basicly

send paul, KG, Terry, Collins, and Wilcox To Dallas (aka bank of Cuban)

Celtics get back alot of expiring deals and rookie contract players. I would also expect a 1st from dallas and Golden State.

Rotation after this deal

PG AB
SG Mayo
SF Green
Pf Sully
C Wright
6th Lee
7th Crowder
8th Udoh
9th Barbosa

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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #7 on: January 27, 2013, 08:24:39 PM »
why not a trade like this?

http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=a4n464o


its alot of moving parts but basicly

send paul, KG, Terry, Collins, and Wilcox To Dallas (aka bank of Cuban)

Celtics get back alot of expiring deals and rookie contract players. I would also expect a 1st from dallas and Golden State.

Rotation after this deal

PG AB
SG Mayo
SF Green
Pf Sully
C Wright
6th Lee
7th Crowder
8th Udoh
9th Barbosa

Ha.
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PG: Lillard/ReggieJackson
SG: D. Green/Miller/Wroten
SF: Leonard/Prince
PF: Aldridge/Diaw
C:  Noah/Birdman/Perkins

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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #8 on: January 27, 2013, 08:25:33 PM »
KG and Terry to OKC
for
Kevin Martin's expiring deal, Eric Maynor's expiring deal, and the Toronto pick to Boston.

That is a very interesting idea.

The leagues best team isnt making a major move.
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PG: Lillard/ReggieJackson
SG: D. Green/Miller/Wroten
SF: Leonard/Prince
PF: Aldridge/Diaw
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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #9 on: January 27, 2013, 08:25:48 PM »
why not a trade like this?

http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=a4n464o


its alot of moving parts but basicly

send paul, KG, Terry, Collins, and Wilcox To Dallas (aka bank of Cuban)

Celtics get back alot of expiring deals and rookie contract players. I would also expect a 1st from dallas and Golden State.

Rotation after this deal

PG AB
SG Mayo
SF Green
Pf Sully
C Wright
6th Lee
7th Crowder
8th Udoh
9th Barbosa

Ha.

I mean a 15-win season isn't THAT bad.
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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #10 on: January 27, 2013, 08:53:25 PM »
Quote
Quote from: pearljammer10 on Today at 08:24:39 PM



Quote from: CFAN38 on Today at 08:22:44 PM

why not a trade like this?

http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=a4n464o


its alot of moving parts but basicly

send paul, KG, Terry, Collins, and Wilcox To Dallas (aka bank of Cuban)

Celtics get back alot of expiring deals and rookie contract players. I would also expect a 1st from dallas and Golden State.

Rotation after this deal

PG AB
SG Mayo
SF Green
Pf Sully
C Wright
6th Lee
7th Crowder
8th Udoh
9th Barbosa




Ha.



I mean a 15-win season isn't THAT bad.

The celtics tank this season hopefully landing them another good young player Noels, len, porter? Next season they have Rondo back and alot of cap room. They also get AB, Sully and Green a ton of minutes to develop.

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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #11 on: January 27, 2013, 09:04:19 PM »
KG and Terry to OKC
for
Kevin Martin's expiring deal, Eric Maynor's expiring deal, and the Toronto pick to Boston.

That is a very interesting idea.

That is an interesting deal, especially if the Celtics can get them to give them Lamb or PJIII as well.

How do the Thunder feel about it?  Give up what they got in return for Harden in order to become that much tougher this season?

I'm not an OKC fan, so I acn't really get a good perspective on it.  But to me it seems like they'd have to do it.  Putting KG at center for them next to Ibaka would just make them so much better than every other team.
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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #13 on: January 28, 2013, 12:14:20 PM »
We arent going to get much for KG and Pierce.  All you can do is hope for a young player, expiring contracts, and/or draft picks.  You will be dealing with winning teams, so the draft picks wont be great.

My thought is PP/Wilcox to the Warriors for Landry and Jeffersons contracts.  Try to pry a draft choice and the best young player you can get out of them.  (Try for Barnes, settle for Ezeli or Green)

Try KG to Milwaukee foir Udrih's contract and Udoh.  Get their draft pick.  Try to get a better young player than Udoh.

Trade Terry/Melo to Denver along with a 1st or 2nd rounder or something and try to get Mozgov and Randolph. 

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Re: Trade options for KG and PP
« Reply #14 on: January 28, 2013, 12:17:15 PM »
Keep Green, Bradley, Bass, and Lee and showcase them this season.

In the offseason,

Take those four assetts along with any draft picks and young players you get for KG and PP and try to build around Rondo.


 

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