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Official trade thread 2012-13

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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#76 » by Jajwanda » Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:15 am

I'm down that for deal. It was a rumor months ago from Ireland. Perhaps the recent Laker rumors about Smith are bargaining measures.

Steve Blake for Xavier Henry? New Orleans' PGs are terrible, absolutely terrible. Blake can play next to Rivers and help the young combo guard while hitting shots and at least try to get that team in decent offensive sets. I doubt New Orleans is looking to blow much cash next year and if they're going to sign a stopgap until they draft another PG at least Blake only has one year.

Another option would be Blake for Caroll since Caroll really doesn't play and will likely be bought out.
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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#77 » by aceking79 » Mon Nov 19, 2012 12:15 am

calderon for nash
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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#78 » by loveshaq786 » Mon Nov 19, 2012 7:26 pm

Lakers out: Pau Gasol, Duhon, 2nd round pick, and Steve Blake
Lakers in: Josh Smith and Iman Shupert

Atlanta out: Josh Smith and Devin Harris
Atlanta in: Amare, Duhon, and 2 second round picks

New York in: Pau Gasol and Steve Blake
New York out: Amare, 2nd round pick, and Iman

Ney york becomes freaking awesome.... We get more athletic (with a large expirign contract in Josh Smith), and get rid of Blake and Duhon...Atlanta gets their Center
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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#79 » by gp123 » Mon Nov 19, 2012 9:39 pm

loveshaq786 wrote:Lakers out: Pau Gasol, Duhon, 2nd round pick, and Steve Blake
Lakers in: Josh Smith and Iman Shupert

Atlanta out: Josh Smith and Devin Harris
Atlanta in: Amare, Duhon, and 2 second round picks

New York in: Pau Gasol and Steve Blake
New York out: Amare, 2nd round pick, and Iman

Ney york becomes freaking awesome.... We get more athletic (with a large expirign contract in Josh Smith), and get rid of Blake and Duhon...Atlanta gets their Center


WTF Atlanta fans would kill themselves
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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#80 » by loveshaq786 » Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:20 pm

you could take out duhan and Devin Harris from the whole deal... and it will still work.
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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#81 » by Wavy Q » Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:24 pm

thats such a bad trade for Altanta and New York holy ****
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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#82 » by loveshaq786 » Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:26 pm

Lakers out: Pau Gasol, 2nd round pick, and Steve Blake
Lakers in: Josh Smith and Iman Shupert

Atlanta out: Josh Smith
Atlanta in: Amare and 2 second round picks

New York in: Pau Gasol and Steve Blake
New York out: Amare, 2nd round pick, and Iman shupert
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Post#83 » by Jajwanda » Tue Nov 20, 2012 1:02 am

It wouldn't hurt to sign Tracy McGrady. He was actually very solid in minimal minutes for Atlanta.
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Maybe the Cavs PG problem could benefit the Lakers 

Post#84 » by WCDYNASTY » Tue Nov 20, 2012 2:35 am

As you know, Kyrie Irving will be out four weeks with a non-displaced fracture of his left index finger. They have a couple other point guards in Sloan and Pargo who are horrible.

Maybe the Lakers could send Chris Duhon ($3,500,000) and Earl Clark ($1,240,000 - EXP) to the Cavs for Daniel Gibson ($4,792,332 - EXP)... the Cavs would get a decent PG to start while Kyrie recovers and the Lakers would get an expiring contract in Gibson, not to mention that he is a good 3pt shooter who could probably do well in D'Antoni's offense. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying Gibson is a great option here but I'd rather have his expiring contract than Duhon's (2-years including this season) & Clark's... worse case scenario the Lakers would have an expiring contract to trade before the deadline.
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Re: Maybe the Cavs PG problem could benefit the Lakers 

Post#85 » by Kobe System » Tue Nov 20, 2012 2:59 am

Another shooter? Yes please. But he will be our third string PG once Nash gets back. I still want Morris to be our back up PG. Can he play SG on a small ball?
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Re: Maybe the Cavs PG problem could benefit the Lakers 

Post#86 » by GAME TIME » Tue Nov 20, 2012 3:11 am

This guy seems to get injured a lot for a young player.
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Re: Maybe the Cavs PG problem could benefit the Lakers 

Post#87 » by Imadogg » Tue Nov 20, 2012 3:30 am

Kobe System wrote:Another shooter? Yes please. But he will be our third string PG once Nash gets back. I still want Morris to be our back up PG. Can he play SG on a small ball?

Boobie plays both guard positions so yes.

Been a fan of him since 2007 seeing him against the Pistons and I'd love him on this team. He does get hurt a lot though
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Re: Maybe the Cavs PG problem could benefit the Lakers 

Post#88 » by Edrees » Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:38 am

Duhons been playing pretty well for us. I'd rather trade blake
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Re: Maybe the Cavs PG problem could benefit the Lakers 

Post#89 » by Kobean » Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:45 am

I'd rather bring back Goudelock to be honest but either would be good.
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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#90 » by Jajwanda » Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:16 am

I don't think most people realize how good Boobie is. If you take the defensive aspect of the game away from him (by putting him on PGs), you're talking about a guy that on a mediocre team has consistently shot in the 40s...

Ray Allen's percentage jumped ten points going to an elite team. Boobie is an elite shooter, no not a good shooter a great one. Next to Kobe and Morris he'd be something.
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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#91 » by ScHoolBoy B » Thu Nov 22, 2012 9:29 pm

Pau for Bargnani and Calderon

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Pau for Smith and Korver.
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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#92 » by Baby Bop » Thu Nov 22, 2012 9:32 pm

Bobcats Trade: Ben Gordon, 2013 and 2014 2nd Round Picks
Bobcats Recieve: Nene, Earl Clark

Why? Is there a better fit at center than Nene for this team (besides Dwight)? I don't think so. Big upgrade here. They sacrifice some cap space in the next couple years but it would be extremely difficult to get a player as good as Nene to come to Charlotte.

Nene /Mullens /Haywood /Diop
Biyombo /Thomas
Kidd-Gilchrist /Taylor /Clark
Henderson /Williams /Higgins
Walker /Sessions
(14 players)

Wizards Trade: Nene, Trevor Ariza, Jan Vesely, 2013 Top 8 Protected 1st Round Pick
Wizards Recieve: Pau Gasol, Steve Blake

Why? Okafor and Nene seems like a terrible fit. Judging by their recent moves, the Wizards are looking to make the playoffs this year. Pau Gasol and John Wall is a legit 1-2 punch to get them in the top 8 in the East. Also, Pau is on a much shorter deal than Nene so if they end up failing, they can rebuild quickly with his near $20 million expiring next year. Steve Blake will provide them a much needed backup PG.

Okafor /Seraphin /Barron
Gasol /Booker
Webster /Singleton /Martin
Beal /Crawford /Livingston
Wall /Blake /Price
(14 players)

Lakers Trade: Pau Gasol, Steve Blake, Earl Clark
Lakers Recieve: Ben Gordon, Trevor Ariza, Jan Vesely, 2013 Top 8 Protected 1st Round Pick, 2013 and 2014 2nd Round Picks

Why? Cap space. Youth. It's time to end the relationship with Pau as all he is being used for is an (ineffective) spot up shooter. His defense has been mediocre at best at times and he has overall been a negative player to have on the court. Lakers have Hill to fill a lot of his minutes, as well as World Peace, who might be better suited (on offense and defense) to play the 4 at this point in his career and in the D'Antoni system. Bryant-Ariza-World Peace-Howard with any other guard makes one of the best defensive lineups ever and will work even better on offense with Nash running it. Ben Gordon will be an incredible scorer off the bench which is what LA needs more than anything. And they will get to see what Nash can do with Vesely who can be like a Euro Shawn Marion. The draft picks can also help should the Lakers look to replace some more of their bigger contracts with cheap younger options.

Howard /Hill /Sacre
World Peace /Jamison
Ariza /Vesely /Ebanks
Bryant /Gordon /Meeks /Johnson-Odom
Nash /Morris /Duhon
(15 players)


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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#93 » by andrej perboski » Fri Nov 23, 2012 9:53 pm

Lakers-Texas wrote:Pau for Bargnani and Calderon
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Andrea fit perfectly in D'Antoni system
Not sure about Josè
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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#94 » by Jajwanda » Sat Nov 24, 2012 2:47 am

Trade Jose after that for a SF.
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Re: Official trade thread 2012-13 

Post#95 » by AntwanBoldin » Sat Nov 24, 2012 3:30 am

Dwight and jamison for Lopez and Childress and teletovic

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