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Rozier + 27th for 6th. Fair deal?
« on: May 16, 2018, 04:43:13 PM »

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Orlando desperately needs a point guard and Rozier is better than any they'll find in this draft. He can probably give that team 17/5/5 next year for sure. Celtics can use the pick for a big in Jackson/Carter/Bamba who can be molded by Stevens and eventually take over the Al Horford role.

Is this a fair deal or do the Celtics need to give more in return?
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Re: Rozier + 27th for 6th. Fair deal?
« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2018, 04:47:55 PM »

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Not enough.  Rozier, 27 and the Clipper pick? Still not enough, but thats gotta be the starting point, at least.

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« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2018, 04:47:57 PM »

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Thatís not a good deal for them.  Rozier does not have top 6 pick value.
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No way they do this

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« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2018, 04:51:01 PM »

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Thatís not a good deal for them.  Rozier does not have top 6 pick value.

I don't know. There's a faction on this board that believes that his recent play makes Kyrie Irving expendable.  If one of them happens to work in the Magic's front office, who knows?!

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I mean, I would be sad to see Rozier go as he is fantastic Irving insurance, but there is always a sucker out there.

Wendell Carter seems like a great Horford comp imo if he's there.

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I'd use that 6th pick on Bamba or trade down and draft Mikal Bridges. I think he's the next best thing. He's gonna surprise a lot of people.
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Rozier is an expiring contract

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11-14 is probably your best bet for a reasonable return for Terry + 27. 


Terry, Jamal Murray, Gary Harris,  and Jokic would make a nice little core for Denver.

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Rozier is an expiring contract

One more year on his rookie deal, then he's restricted.

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You might get that Cavs pick for Rozier and 27.

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I think #16 + #31 from Phoenix is more realistic, if they decided to take Ayton.


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Rather keep Rozier through next year to go all in for a title next year. Injuries happen, as we all know, and having Rozier around to be insurance to play a bigger role due to injury to another player, in a year you are going for it all, is huge. We can deal with either resigning him or sign and trading him after next year's playoffs.

Also doubt Orlando does it. They would have Rozier for only two years guaranteed, his last year on his rookie contract and his QO year.

Also, Orlando could also see Trae Young or Collin Sexton as having higher upside, which, both could possibly have.

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Thatís not a good deal for them.  Rozier does not have top 6 pick value.


I'm not sure about this. Rozier would be considered an excellent 6th pick in most drafts..just look at some of the past 6th picks in recent memory..Cauley-Stein, Isaac, Noel, Vesely, Flynn..historically the 6th pick is a crap shoot. To get a player of Roziers caliber (gives you Kyle Lowry like impact) for it- when your a franchise like the magic who always seem to screw up the pick anyways- that's a pretty sweet deal.
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Rozier is a good player, but I don't think he's special. PG is the deepest position, meaning its the easiest to fill. Phoenix may be willing to trade the #1 pick for him, but I don't think so. I don't even see Rozier yielding a top 10 pick.

I think he has more value on the Celtics as a backup for Irving. If he demands a trade, that's a whole other thing. I can't imagine a team is going to trade a valuable asset for a guy that they could have in a year if they really want him.