So what is your team's trade needs, what sort of return would they be ideally looking for if the traded some assets. What position, what sort of player: stretch 4 or banger, defensive presence or low post option, and any salary restrictions such as no money due for the '13 fa or not over 9m as that puts over the tax, etc).
Let everyone know so we can all make better trades to you team.
Feel free and add what sort of asset they would be willing to send out in a trade, although that tends to diverge into a whole different debate as to the degree of tradability of each player on a roster (a worthy separate thread).
Also, if your interested here is the list from last year. Feel free to add insight into who met all there needs, who developed unseen holes, and who played whack a mole, fixing one prolblem only to have another emerge. From viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1149689
HartfordWhalers wrote:List so far:
Charlotte: Long term starters at Sf and Center. Backup Sg. Need youth, are rebuilding. Have expirings and Portland's future pick, can't trade own pick.
Chicago: A Sg/Sf shot creator off the bench. Have Korver, some un-guaranteed contracts, own and Charlotte pick, as well as Gibson and Asik that all could be moved if value is right.
Cleveland: Long term starters at Sg or Sf, and a starting Center. Basically a roster to go with Kyrie and Thompson. Isn't afraid to buy picks/talent by taking on bad salary.
Golden State: Backup Pg.
Indiana: Long term a starting Pg. Right now a Scoring Sg (off the bench). Backup Pf/Center role player rotation depth. Could be willing to part with a pick, and cap space.
Lakers: A superstar. Also a starting Pg, and depth at Sg and Center. Gasol and/or Bynum could be outgoing but only in a blockbuster.
Minnesota: A Sg. Ideally is a good defender and a good scorer. A go to scorer better, and an upgrade at Center. Have an unbalance roster with considerably amounts of players that could be traded, but highly unlikely to be Love/Rubio/Williams.
Milwaukee: A go to wing scorer, A backup Center. Has too many Pf's.
NJ/Brooklyn: Dwight, and a Sf, but needs to maintain as much salary cap '12 space as they have.
New Orleans: A long term starting Pg and big Pf/Center. Unlikely to flip Gordon, but most else could move.
New York Knicks: A starting Pg, a Sg (backup or starter) and a backup big (Pf/C). Have Fields and Douglas (assuming a pg comes back).
Orlando: A superstar/player that would convince Dwight to stay, a backup Center.
Philadelphia: Long term a starting Center. Right now a 4th bigman (backup) pf that can play/defend inside. Assumed to want to stay under the luxury tax which is 1 million away.
Phoenix: Go to scorer, starting Pf. Tradable players include Lopez, Frye, Childress.
Portland: Long term a starting Center. An experienced backup Pg. Could move one of Batum/Wallace for the center.
Sacramento: A shot blocking center.
Toronto: Young long term starters at Pg and Sf. Barbosa, and possibly a Pf from Amir/Davis/Bargs(?) could be moved.
Utah Long term a starting Pg.
Washington: Long term starters at Sg, Sf, and Pf to add to a Wall/McGee base.